“Class of Nuke ‘Em High” Limited Edition Soundtrack Release

Troma’s Class of Nuke ‘Em High never had an official soundtrack released, and their fans have been asking for one since 1986. The day they’ve been waiting for is finally here.

In conjunction with Troma, Ship To Shore have collated the glorious 80’s anthems that made the soundtrack such a highly demanded item, and will release it to the public — on magnificently thick 180g vinyl, street date is November 11, 2014.

And because the portable record player was never invented – at least successfully – each LP will also include an MP3 download of the full album, featuring exclusive track-by-track commentary by Troma president and Class of Nuke ‘Em High co-director Lloyd Kaufman.

Fans who want to pre-order this limited edition release can do so now at http://shiptoshore.storenvy.com

Class of Nuke Em High album coverThe album’s track listing is:

1. Nuke ‘Em High – Ethan & the Coup
2. Emotional Rufugee – David Behennah
3. Rock ‘N’ Roll Paradise – Stormbringer
4. Angel – GMT
5. Much Too Much – The Smithereens
6. Run For Your Life – Stratus (feat. Clive Burr of Iron Maiden)
7. We Are One – Ethan & the Coup (exclusive bonus track, never before released!)
8. Class of Nuke ‘Em High Part 2 Theme

Featuring artwork from Godmachine, the soundtrack will be limited to 1,000 copies. 700 copies will be on high quality 180 gram black vinyl, and 300 on special “Dewey’s Meltdown” splattered vinyl. Each song has been meticulously remastered for optimum stereophonic listening pleasure, so fans can now enjoy them the way they the artists intended them.

Liner notes from director Lloyd Kaufman and theme song composer Ethan Hurt, along with never-before-seen production stills and behind-the-scenes production photos from the movie will also be included.

Listen to this album sampler:

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