Hey, remember the 80’s?!?

Seal, 311 Cover ’80s Classics For Soundtrack
A slew of 1980s modern rock classics are reborn on the soundtrack to the Adam Sandler/Drew Barrymore comedy “50 First Dates.” Due Feb. 3 via Maverick, the set features such artists as Seal, Black Eyed Peas and 311 covering the likes of Echo & the Bunnymen, the Cure and Spandau Ballet, respectively.
Veteran U.K.-based reggae outfit UB40’s remake of the Police smash “Every Breath You Take” will be the first radio single released from the soundtrack. Other covers include 311’s version of the Cure’s “Love Song,” Seal’s take on Echo’s “Lips Like Sugar” and Ziggy Marley’s interpretation of the Cars’ “Drive.”
Wyclef Jean and Eve team up on the Outfield’s “Your Love,” while Jason Mraz reinvents Modern English’s “I Melt With You,” Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath takes a solo turn on the Psychedelic Furs’ “Ghost in You” and the Black Eyed Peas revamp Spandau Ballet’s “True.”
Sandler and Barrymore last starred together in the ’80s-themed comedy “The Wedding Singer.” Also starring Rob Schneider, Sean Astin and Dan Aykroyd, “50 First Dates” opens Feb. 13 in U.S. theaters.
The enhanced-CD soundtrack release will also include behind-the-scenes movie footage, film-related screen savers and movie trailers, among other features.