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Wang Chung - To Live And Die In L.A. (Cassette, Album)


  1. The To Live and Die in L.A. soundtrack is Wang Chung's third album and second on Geffen Records. Instead of following up on the success that Points on the Curve landed them, the band switched gears to produce an original motion picture soundtrack. The switch allowed for them to experiment with different styles of music from the conventional pop music on their previous album/5(22).
  2. Label: Geffen Records - M5G • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Stage & Screen • Style: Soundtrack, Synth-pop Wang Chung - To Live And Die In L.A. (, Cassette) | Discogs/5(3).
  3. Wang Chung, Wang Chung - To Live and Die in L.A. - Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in Cassette $ 3 Used from $ This album is one of the best records from the synth pop era mid 80's but it's so much more than that. It's an outstanding soundtrack, the kind that's alomst too good for the movie, although the /5(23).
  4. This nine-track score for William Friedken's violent flick To Live and Die in LA will appeal to those who enjoy the more dramatic spheres of Wang Chung's music. While the single and title track are pleasant enough, things get gritty with "Every Big City" and the moody atmosphere of "City of the Angels."6/
  5. May 08,  · Label: Geffen Records - GHS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Allied Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Stage & Screen • Style: Soundtrack, Synth-pop Wang Chung - To Live And Die In L.A. (Music From The Motion Picture) (, Allied Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(99).
  6. Released: December To Live and Die in L.A. is the third studio album by English new wave band Wang Chung. It was released on 30 September by Geffen and is their first recorded as a duo of lead singer Jack Hues and bassist Nick Feldman following the departure of drummer Darren Costin. The album served as the soundtrack for the film To Live and Die in L.A, directed by William Friedkin.
  7. Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications; US. UK NZ GER. DUT. Huang Chung: Released: March 4, ; Label: Arista Records Formats: Vinyl, cassette, CD ( reissue only) 1 Points on the Curve: Released: January 16,
  8. According to the DVD commentary on To Live and Die in L.A., director William Friedkin didn't want a theme song for the movie, but Jack Hues and Nick Feldman of Wang Chung wrote one anyway, which was this song. Friedkin liked it and decided to use it in his movie.
  9. Wang Chung followed up the release of Points on the Curve with a spate of soundtrack work. Director William Friedkin specifically sought out Wang Chung to score his film To Live and Die in L.A. The resulting soundtrack became the group's third album, and is recognizable as one of their more mainstream works. It went top ten on the US Billboard chart for soundtracks.

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