Cry Little Sister" is a single by Gerard McMann (a.k.a. G Tom Mac) and Michael Mainieri from the 1987 soundtrack to the film . The album peaked at number 15 on the The Lost Boys Billboard 200, the single did not chart in the U.S. [1 ]
Remixes [ edit ]
It was released as a single in 2003 as "Cry Little Sister (I Need U Now)".
Their 2007 album,
includes a Thou Shalt Not Fall mash-up version, as well as the original Lost Boys version Their EP
How to Be Pop, Stupid, Cool includes a remix titled "Cry Little Sister" (Rebel Angel remix) G Tom Mac created "Cry Little Sister (Blood Swamp Version)," a bluesy remix inspired by the TV show,
True Blood A video for "Cry Little Sister (Club Cave Mix)" Was produced by DJ Lee and G Tom Mac and released as a bonus feature on "
Lost Boys: The Tribe" DVD
Cover versions [ edit ]
Charlie Sexton, on his 1989 self-titled album
Mystic Circle, as a bonus track on their 2002 album "Damien"
Zug Izland, on their 2003 album Cracked Tiles
Carfax Abbey, on their 2004 album Second Skin
Blutengel, on their 2005 album The Oxidising Angel
Aiden, on the soundtrack of the sequel film Lost Boys: The Tribe
Nikki McKibbin, on her 2007 album, Unleashed
Vesperian Sorrow, on their 2007 album, Regenesis Creation (One of two bonus tracks) Ventana, on their 2009 album, "American Survival Guide Vol. 1"
LA Guns, on their 2009 Album " Covered in Guns" I Will Never Be The Same, on his 2009 album "Standby"
Rikets on their 2010 Album "All American Death Cult"
Seasons After, on their 2010 album . This is the only charted cover of the song, reaching #20 on the Mainstream Rock charts. Through Tomorrow
Eminem samples the track on his song "You're Never Over" on his 2010 album Recovery
Joe Budden samples the track on his song "Thou Shall Not Fall" on his 2007 mixtape/album Mood Muzik 3
Tangerine Dream, in their 2010 album Under Cover - Chapter One
Lil B samples the track on the song "Unchain Me" on his 2011 album I'm Gay.
Lost Children covered the song in 2012. The Anix, on their 2011 album
Celldweller released a "Klash-Up" in October 2012, featuring incidental music titled Hello Zepp from the first Saw movie. [ELEMENT 92] 2011 band members: David Cadry & Ted Gerold (backup vocals by Lisa Dingess
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