Times Square (soundtrack)

Times Square (soundtrack)

Infobox Album
Name = Times Square
Type = soundtrack
Longtype =
Artist = Various Artists

Released = September 1980
Recorded =
Genre = Rock, Punk, New Wave
Length = 66:18
Label = RSO RS-2-4203
Producer =
Reviews =
* Allmusic Rating|3|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:fifrxqqkldde link]

"Times Square: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" is a 1980 soundtrack album of mostly New Wave and punk music, from the film of the same name. One song from the film, "Dangerous Type" (1979) by The Cars, was not included on the two-LP album.

Track listing

All songs produced 1980 except as noted.

ide one

# Suzi Quatro: "Rock Hard" (Mike Chapman, Nicky Chinn) – 3:18 [Produced by Mike Chapman. From "Rock Hard"; later released on "What Goes Around".]
# The Pretenders: "Talk of the Town" (Chrissie Hynde) – 3:16 [Produced by Chris Thomas. From "Extended Play"; later released on "Pretenders II".]
# Roxy Music: "Same Old Scene" (Bryan Ferry) – 3:54 [Produced by Roxy Music and Rhett Davies. From "Flesh + Blood".]
# Gary Numan: "Down in the Park" (Gary Numan) – 4:20 [Produced 1979 by Gary Numan. This is an early version; later released on "Replicas Redux". Although the "Times Square" film and soundtrack list the song as being performed by Gary Numan, it was actually recorded when Numan performed under the band name Tubeway Army.]
# Robin Gibb and Marcy Levy: "Help Me!" (Robin Gibb, Blue Weaver) – 3:37 [Produced by Robin Gibb and Blue Weaver. Released on "Times Square" soundtrack only.]

ide two

# Talking Heads: "Life During Wartime" (David Byrne, Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth, Chris Frantz) – 3:40 [Produced by Brian Eno and Talking Heads. From "Fear of Music" (1979).]
# Joe Jackson: "Pretty Boys" (Joe Jackson) – 3:27 [Produced by Joe Jackson. From "Beat Crazy".]
# XTC: "Take This Town" (Andy Partridge) – 4:08 [Produced by Steve Lillywhite. First released on "Times Square" soundtrack; later released on "".]
# Ramones: "I Wanna Be Sedated" (Joey Ramone) – 2:29 [Produced by Tommy Erdelyi and Ed Stasium. From "Road to Ruin" (1978).]
# Robin Johnson: "Damn Dog" (Billy Mernit, Jacob Brackman) – 2:40 [Produced by Bill Oakes. Released on "Times Square" soundtrack only.]

ide three

# Robin Johnson and Trini Alvarado: "Your Daughter Is One" (Mernit, Norman Ross, Brackman) – 2:10 [Produced by Bill Oakes. Released on "Times Square" soundtrack only.]
# The Ruts: "Babylon's Burning" (John Jennings, Dave Ruffy, Malcolm Owen, Paul Fox) – 2:34 [Produced by Mick Glossop. From "Babylon's Burning (single)" (1979); later released on, among others,"No Thanks! The '70s Punk Rebellion".]
# D.L. Byron: "You Can't Hurry Love" (Edward Holland, Jr., Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland)– 3:04 [Produced by Jimmy Iovine. Released on "Times Square" soundtrack only. ]
# Lou Reed: "Walk on the Wild Side" (Lou Reed) – 4:12 [Produced by David Bowie and Mick Ronson. From "Walk on the Wild Side (single)" (1972), later released on "Transformer".]
# Desmond Child and Rouge: "The Night Was Not" (Desmond Child) – 3:08 [Produced by Richard Landis and Desmond Child. From "Runners in the Night" (1979).]

ide four

# Garland Jeffreys: "Innocent, Not Guilty" (Garland Jeffreys) – 2:13 [Produced by Garland Jeffreys and Bill Oakes. Released on "Times Square" soundtrack only.]
# The Cure: "Grinding Halt" (Robert Smith, Michael Dempsey, Lol Tolhurst) – 2:49 [Produced by Chris Parry. From "Boys Don't Cry".]
# Patti Smith Group: "Pissing in the River" (Patti Smith, Ivan Kral) – 4:41 [Produced by Jack Douglas. From "Radio Ethiopia" (1976).]
# David Johansen and Robin Johnson: "Flowers of the City" (David Johansen, Ronnie Guy) – 3:58 [Produced by David Johansen. Released on "Times Square" soundtrack only.]
# Robin Johnson: "Damn Dog" (Reprise - The Cleo Club) (Mernot, Brackman) – 2:40 [Produced by Bill Oakes. Released on "Times Square" soundtrack only.]





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