Glory Daze Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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    Glory Daze is the 2nd release that Kung Fu Records ever put out back in 1996. This is an awesome soundtrack and you should definitely rent or purchase the movie and watch Ben Affleck as a wee lad with Alyssa Milano and French Stewart.

    Glory Daze is directed and written by Rich Wilkes (Airheads, xXx)

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  • Super Limited 12" Standard Vinyl of the Glory Daze Soundtrack
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    These will sell out, very limited quantities pulled out of the KFR vault from the 90s!!

    12" inch standard vinyl.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Glory Daze Original Motion Picture Soundtrack via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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about

The musical score for the film's soundtrack was composed by Warren Fitzgerald, guitarist of the punk rock band The Vandals. Vandals bassist Joe Escalante served as music supervisor, along with Lia Vollack. The Vandals performed original music for the film score, including the "Theme from Glory Daze" which plays during the opening credits. "It's a Fact", from their then-upcoming album The Quickening, was included, and a music video was later released for the song featuring clips from the film. The soundtrack also features several other contemporary punk rock bands, mostly from California, including NOFX, Bad Religion, Tilt, The Mr. T Experience, Assorted Jelly Beans, The Bouncing Souls, and the New Bomb Turks.

Members of the cast and crew also contributed to the soundtrack. The song "Sports Pack" is sung by Vinnie DeRamus, who played Mickey, with writer and director Rich Wilkes on drums along with bassist Scott Marcano and a guitarist credited as "Gold"; for the soundtrack album they used the group name Epoxy. In the film's party scene, the El Rancho housemates' band perform two songs: The "Dudes of Steel Theme" with Rob singing, and a cover version of The Mr. T Experience's "Now We Are Twenty-One" with Slosh singing. Sam Rockwell and Vien Hong sang their respective characters' parts on these tracks (DeRamus also sang backing vocals on "Now We Are Twenty-One"), while the music was performed by Daniel Rey, Roger Murdock, and John Connor.

credits

released September 17, 1996

Original Score Composed by
Warren Fitzgerald and performed by The Vandals

Mastered by Eddie Schreyer

Layout by Mackie Osbourne

Special Thanks to Dave King

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Kung Fu Records

KUNG FU RECORDS was founded in 1996 by the bass player and guitarist for THE VANDALS in order to release a record by the Riverside, California band ASSORTED JELLY BEANS. The label soon grew to include releases by BLINK 182, THE ATARIS, TSUNAMI BOMB, BIGWIG, KENNETH KEITH KALLENBACH, AUDIO KARATE and THE VANDALS themselves. ... more

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