Producer – Stephen DuffyWritten-By – David Joyner, Paul Mansfield
MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville
For Promotion Only-Not For Resale
Many fans of the film "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" have been under the assumption for many years that a soundtrack album was once released, but is now "out of print." Though the soundtrack to John Hughes' film is considered by many to be a bonafide '80s classic, Hughes refused to ever release an official soundtrack album. He felt that the selection of songs used in the movie was simply too eclectic and varied to make for a cohesive album. The closest thing to be released was a promotional 7" single with "Beat City" by The Flowerpot Men on the a-side and "I'm Afraid" by Blue Room on the b-side. This was given out at certain screenings of the film in 1986.