‘The D Train’ Composer Andrew Dost And fun. Bandmate Jack Antonoff, Rob Kroehler (Of Ladylike) With Vocals By Andy McCluskey (Of OMD) Take Us Back To High School
In IFC Films’ The D Train, Jack Black plays a man obsessed with getting a popular, former classmate (James Marsden) to come home for their high school reunion. It’s only appropriate that the soundtrack for this dark comedy—which co-stars Kathryn Hahn and Jeffrey Tambor—should remind listeners of the scores for John Hughes’ classic high school movies. –Under The Radar
Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to The D Train, available digitally on May 5. The soundtrack features score by Andrew Dost of the band fun. plus music by various artists. Written and directed by Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul, The D Train movie stars Jack Black (Bernie, Tropic Thunder) and James Marsden (Unfinished Business, X-Men: Days of Future Past) — opening in theaters nationwide on May 8 via IFC Films. See below for more album details including the link to hear the new single, “A Million Stars,” available April 28 on iTunes.
The D Train (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is available digitally on May 5. Hear the full song, “A Million Stars” exclusively now at Under the Radar magazine!
The D Train (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
01. A Million Stars – McCluskey, Kroehler, Antonoff and Dost.
02. So In Love – Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
03. Never Tear Us Apart – INXS
04. Harden My Heart – Quarterflash
05. I Want to Know What Love Is – Foreigner
06. Turning Japanese – The Vapors
07. Kyrie – Mr. Mister
08. Far behind – Candlebox
09. See If I Can Flip You to a Yes – Andrew Dost
10. Certain Realities of High School – Andrew Dost
11. Yearbook – Andrew Dost
12. Heading Out to the West Side on Biz – Andrew Dost
13. You Will Be Giving Those People a Gift – Andrew Dost
14. Coming Home – Andrew Dost
15. Lawless RSVP-ed – Andrew Dost
16. Classic Lawless – Andrew Dost
17. Is That Supposed to Make Me Feel Better? – Andrew Dost
18. I Peaked in the 11th Grade – Andrew Dost
19. The D Train – Andrew Dost