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1 King Cry-Baby Pomus/Alvin 3:40
2 Sh-Boom Edwards/Feaster/Key 2:48
3 Doin' Time for Bein' Young Souther/Wachtel 3:07
4 A Teenage Prayer Reichner/Lowe 2:06
5 Please Mr. Jailer Carr 4:01
6 Cry Baby Robinson/Robinson 3:14
7 Teardrops Are Falling Intveld 2:30
8 Nosey Joe Leiber/Stoller 2:36
9 Mr. Sandman Ballard 2:21
10 High School Hellcats Alvin 4:05
11 Bad Boy Armstrong/Myrie 2:51
12 The Flirt Lee/Palmer 1:56
13 I'm So Young W. H. Tyrus Jr./Tyu 2:29
14 (My Heart Goes) Piddily Patter, Patter McCoy/Singleton 2:02
15 I'm a Bad, Bad Girl DeJesus 2:54
16 Jungle Drums Lombardo/Lecuona 2:50
17 Cherry Gilbert/Redman 2:56
18 Rubber Biscuit Levy/Johnson 2:06
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Audio Compact Disc [Original Soundtrack]

Label: MCA

Category: Pop/Rock


UPC: 076732803820

Release Date: 02/28/1990

Original Release Date: 02/28/1990

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [King Cry-Baby, Sh-Boom, Doin' Time for Bein' Young, A Teenage Prayer, Please Mr. Jailer, Cry Baby, Teardrops Are Falling, Nosey Joe, Mr. Sandman, High School Hellcats, Bad Boy, The Flirt, I'm So Young, (My Heart Goes) Piddily Patter, Patter, I'm a Bad, Bad Girl, Jungle Drums, Cherry, Rubber Biscuit]
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Peter Fawthrop

John Waters' Cry-Baby goes hand in hand with Hairspray, and is a musical film that will probably appeal more to Waters' fans than fans of musical cinema. The music on the soundtrack is energetic and exciting; its bizarre nature is probably due to the scenes from the film rather than its own oddities. Waters describes it as "music that proved kids knew how to be bad before sex, drugs, and rock & roll." Songs like "Doin' Time for Bein' Young" and "High School Hellcats" are good rock & roll songs. James Intveld provides most of the vocals. ~ Peter Fawthrop, Rovi