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DISC: 1

1. John Farnham - Break the Ice
2. The Beat Farmers - Riverside (Radio Edit)
3. 3-Speed - Wind Me Up
4. Hubert Kah - Get Strange
5. Real Life - Send Me An Angel
6. Sparks - Music That You Can Dance to
7. Jimmy Haddox - Baby Come Back
8. John Farnham - Thunder in Your Heart
9. John Farnham - with You (Love Theme from "Rad")

More Info:

In the 1996 cult sports film Rad, Cru Jones (Bill Allen) is the best BMX biker in Cochrane. He's got the talent to become the best BMX daredevil in the world. As the local paperboy, he jumps, spins, twists, and flips his bike with amazing ability. Bart Taylor (Bart Conner) is the best BMX biker in the world, and he's in town to race in the $100,000 Helltrack competition, the most grueling BMX race in history. Cru wants a shot at winning the title, but his mom (Talia Shire) insists he take his college entrance exams which fall on the same day. For the first time in his life, Cru has to make his own decisions. He decides to go for Helltrack, but Duke Best (Jack Weston), the race promoter, has a dirty scheme for keeping the local whiz kid out of the race and away from his prized champion. Only Christian (Lori Loughlin), a member of the opposite team, can get Cru on track for Helltrack... and teach him a few things while she is at it! Available on vinyl for the first time in years, The Rad: Music From the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack should bring back memories for every '80s kid with earnest tracks from John Farnham, The Beat Farmers, 3-Speed, Hubert Kah, Real Life, Sparks and Jimmy Haddox.