Gonzo MultimediaThe 1971 British documentary Extremes and its soundtrack, which features a few early tunes by Supertramp, will be released as a DVD/CD package on June 30.

The film, directed by Tony Klinger and Mike Lytton, takes a candid look at various societal nonconformists, including hippies, Hell’s Angels members, drug addicts, alcoholics and others.

The Extremes soundtrack includes three songs that also appeared on Supertramp’s self-titled 1970 debut album — “Surely,” “Am I Not Like Other Birds of Prey” and “Words Unspoken” — as well as tunes by lesser-known acts Arc, Crucible and Mark McCann. The album has long been out of print and has never been issued on CD.

The DVD/CD set also will include a booklet with a variety of photos from the movie’s set, as well as sleeve notes penned by Klinger. You can order the Extremes package at GonzoMultimedia.com.

Here’s is the full list of songs on the Extremes soundtrack:

“An Ear Ago” — Arc
“Great Lager Street” — Arc
“Box Man” — Crucible
“Black Rose” — Mark McCann
“Refrigerated Warmth” — Mark McCann
“Let Your Love Run Through” — Arc
“Hit It” — Crucible
“Surely” — Supertramp
“Am I Not Like Other Birds of Prey” — Supertramp
“I’m a Perfectly Happy Man” — Arc
“Words Unspoken” — Supertramp
“Elvish Queen” — Crucible
“We Gotta Watch Out” — Crucible

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