The soundtrack is very enjoyable, and contains some of the 80s' artists.
It's long out-of-print, though.
The following song tracks were featured in Back To The Beach
:Track names in Bold are linked to a Soundtrack release.Catch a Ride - Eddie MoneyPipeline - Stevie Ray VaughanSign of Love - Aimee MannAbsolute Perfection - Private DomainSurfin' Bird - Pee-Wee HermanSun, Sun, Sun, Sun, Sun - Marti JonesJamaica Ska - Annette Funicello, FishboneWipe Out - Herbie Hancock, Dweezil Zappa, Terry BozzioCalifornia Sun - Frankie AvalonWooly Bully - Dave EdmundsSome Things Live Forever - Michael Sembello, John BettisAre We Missing Any?Song Trivia
Look for appearances by legendary guitarists Dick Dale and Stevie Ray Vaughn, and Rodney Bingenheimer, infamous Californian music personality.
The ultimate cameo on this movie is the scene with Dick Dale and Stevie Ray Vaughn doing "Pipeline". The Body Glove-clad gogo dancers are soooo hot. The scene continues the generational unification themes in the movie. Dick Dale, king of the surf guitars passes on the secrets of his licks to the best guy of the day SRV. It is ironic that Dick has survived to bring Pipeline to Nissan ads and SRV is no more. -Thanks to Mike Albanese
The song that the punkers are listening to on the ghetto blaster at beach was also played by the punker (played by Kirk Thatcher) on the bus in Star Trek 4 - The Voyage Home. Thatcher also wrote and sang the song. -Thanks to Mountain MikeAdd some more trivia about the songs used in Back To The Beach