This is the infamous sought after and talked about soundtrack to the 1980 slasher film "Prom Night"! As you can see, yes it does exist. Extremely rare however as only a few thousand copies or so were made available in Japan only.
1. All Is Gone - Blue Bazar
2. Prom Night
4. Dancing In The Moonlight
5. Fade to Black (Sung by Gordean Simpson)
6. All Is Gone (Instrumental) - Blue Bazar
7. Time to Turn Around
8. Love Me Till I Die
9. Prom Night 2
10. Forever - Blue Bazar
Prom Night shares a common bond with films like "Somewhere In Time", "Xanadu" & "The Bodyguard": The soundtrack is slightly more popular than the movie it came from. The songs were written by Paul Zaza, Carl Zittrer & Peter Simpson. The company credited for providing the main source of music is "High Street", from Brian Pombiere Productions, which is odd, since "Highstreet" was a blues/rock group that was managed by Mr. Pombiere. Who sang the songs and there origins are somewhat of a mystery. Although never released in the US, it was released as an LP in 1980 in Japan (and maybe Canada) The instrumental score is available on a compilation of Paul Zaza's other film music, but it is the disco score that has become something of a collectors item. There are 10 songs, and 6 are heard in the film. The others are a mystery...some are slower, possibly for a deleted scene of Kim and Nick's second dance solo..Yes..according to the script, it looks like there was supposed to be two dance numbers, possibly the one filmed cut into two parts.Whatever the odd tracks are, it is the ones heard in the film that drive certain fans wild. "Fade To Black" was sung by one Gordene Simpson-since it was produced by Don and Peter Simpson, and son Brock played Young Nick-could it be another family member singing the end title song? The song called "Prom Night 2" is the one Nick and Kim perform there show-stopping strut to, though for the album, it has been altered slightly.
make sure you check out the re-released, better quality version of Prom Night