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The song Simple Minds didn’t want to record for The Breakfast Club soundtrack

The song Simple Minds didn’t want to record for The Breakfast Club soundtrack

Update: 2022-01-25
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“Don’t You (Forget About Me)” made its debut in the opening and closing credits for the 1985 movie that it was written specifically for, The Breakfast Club, and it has since made its way permanently into popular culture by being such a huge part of the classic John Hughes teen drama. It became an instant hit for the band Simple Minds, going all the way to number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 Chart, but it almost wasn’t recorded by the very reluctant band at all. Find out how Jim Kerr and the rest of Simple Minds were finally convinced to do it, and the surprising number of other artists who passed entirely on recording this bonafide hit, in this episode of the Behind The Song podcast.

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The song Simple Minds didn’t want to record for The Breakfast Club soundtrack

The song Simple Minds didn’t want to record for The Breakfast Club soundtrack

Janda Lane