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The soundtrack to '50 First Dates', starring Adam Sandler & Drew Barrymore, has been revealed, featuring an 80's soundtrack covered by a number of major artists.

Released February 9th on Maverick, the LP includes performances from Seal, Wayne Wonder, Wyclef Jean, Wayne Wonder and many more, including Adam Sandler on 'Forgetful'.

The film, which will hit UK cinemas on April 30th, is a new romantic comedy starring Adam Sandler as marine biologist Henry Roth who finds the perfect woman, Lucy Whitmore (played by Drew Barrymore) and falls head over heels for her. But when he sees her the following day, she hasn't a clue as to who he is. Lucy suffers from a rare brain disorder that wipes her memory clean every night. Now, with the help of his friend Ula (played by Rob Schneider), he has to concoct new and increasingly clever way to meet her and get her to fall for him everyday.


1. 'Your Love (L.O.V.E. Reggae Mix)' - Wyclef Jean featuring Eve

2. 'Drive' - Ziggy Marley

3. 'Every Breath You Take' - UB40

4. 'Ghost In You' - Mark McGrath

5. 'Slave To Love' - Elan Atias, backing vocals by Gwen Stefani

6. 'Hold Me Now' - Wayne Wonder

7. 'Love Song' - 311

8. 'Lips Like Sugar' - Seal

9. 'Friday I'm In Love' - Dryden Mitchell

10. 'Melt With You' - Jason Mraz

11. 'Breakfast In Bed' - Nicole Kea

12. 'Forgetful' - Adam Sandler

source : Sound Generator

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