Sunday, March 30, 2008


It's been awhile, but here's yet another Power Record from my vault....enjoy...

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Saturday, March 22, 2008

Destroy All Monsters! : 50th Anniversary Edition (ADV, 2003)

Here's the ADV CD release of the soundtrack to Destroy All Monsters!, which was packaged with their "Special Edition" DVD of the flick from a few years back....

Track Listing:

1. Toho Mark (Main Title)
2. Title Credit
3. Monster Land
4. Moon Base I
5. Unusual Change in Monster Land
6. Moon Base II
7. Sy-3
8. Unmanned Underground Center
9. Kilaak Aliens, No. 1
10. Monster Land Escape
11. Unknown Metal
12. Discovery of the Monster Control
13. Radan Come Flying
14. Gigantic Monsters Attack Tokyo
15. Missile Operations to Protect a Capital
16. Ruins
17. Godzilla, Anguirus vs. Defense Squad
18. Radan's Pursuit
19. Kilaak Aliens, No. 2
20. Moon Base & Sy-3
21. Sy-3 Sally
22. Plunging Exploration Crew
23. Kilaak's Entity
24. Break the Remote Control
25. Monsters on the Earth Gather
26. Decisive Battle in Fuji I
27. Decisive Battle in Fuji II
28. Destruction of the Underground Dome
29. Fire Dragon Pursuit
30. Ending

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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Angel Heart- Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

One of my favorite films, and the beginning of my man-crush on Mickey Rourke.

Track Listing:

1. Harry Angel (Kingdom Mission, Introducing Mr.Cyphre,Fowler's,Harlem Chase,Lanza's) (07:56)
composed by Trevor Jones, performed by Trevor Jones & Courtney Pine
2. Honeyman Blues (01:18)
composed by G.Brooks, performed by Bessie Smith
3. Nightmare (Secret Lovers) (02:12)
composed by Trevor Jones, performed by Trevor Jones & Courtney Pine
4. Girl Of My Dreams (Saxophone Version) (00:49)
composed by Trevor Jones, performed by Trevor Jones & Courtney Pine
5. I Got This Thing About Chickens (03:43)
composed by Trevor Jones, performed by Trevor Jones & Courtney Pine
6. The Right Key, But The Wrong Keyhole (03:24)
composed by Clarence Williams & Eddy Green, performed by Lilian Boutte
7. Rainy, Rainy Day (01:58)
composed & performed by Brownie McGee
8. Looking For Johnny (Cajuns,Epiphany,I Am An Atheïst,Frightened Eyes Never Lie) (07:29)
composed by Trevor Jones, performed by Trevor Jones & Courtney Pine
9. Bloodmare (Dog Tags) (03:09)
composed by Trevor Jones, performed by Trevor Jones & Courtney Pine
10. Johnny Favorite (04:34)
composed by Trevor Jones, performed by Trevor Jones & Courtney Pine

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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

The Wraith- Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Scotti Brothers, 1986)

Here's yet another one of those films, much like Trick or Treat, The Kentucky Fried Movie, and Streets of Fire, that I would drop everything to watch (for God knows what reason) during my high school days in the late 1980s/early 1990s whenever they would air on a pay cable outlet....

Track Listing:

1. Where's The Fire - Tim Feehan
2. Those Were The Days - Honeymoon Suite
3. Hearts Vs Heads - Stan Bush
4. Hold On Blue Eyes - LaMarcha
5. Young Love, Hot Love - Jill Michaels
6. Secret Loser - Ozzy Osbourne
7. Never Surrender - Lion
8. Bad Mistake - James House
9. Wake Up Call - Ian Hunter
10. Matter Of The Heart - Bonnie Tyler

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Thursday, March 6, 2008

Banjo & Sullivan - The Ultimate Collection 1972-1978 (Hip-O, 2005)

One of the more amusing product tie-ins to recent films was this little CD, released in conjunction with Rob Zombie's The Devil's Rejects.

This fictional country and western duo, performed on-screen by Geoffrey Lewis and Lew Temple, were vocally portrayed on this album by Jesse Dayton - Guitar , Bass, Guitar, Vocals, Percussion and Sara Hamilton - Background Vocals.

Track Listing:

  1. "Dick Soup" - 2:27
  2. "I Don't Give a Truck" – 2:45
  3. "Honeymoon Song" – 3:26
  4. "I'm at Home Getting Hammered (While She's Out Getting Nailed)" – 2:43
  5. "Killer on the Lamb" – 3:54
  6. "I'm Trying to Quit, But I Just Quit Trying" – 2:56
  7. "She Didn't Like Me (But She Loved My Money)" – 3:19
  8. "Roy's Ramble" – 2:29
  9. "Lord, Don't Let Me Die in a Cheap Motel" – 3:08
  10. "Free Bird" – 5:17

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Monday, March 3, 2008

Manos: The Hands of Fate- "Torgo's Theme"

Inspired by a recent viewing of the Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode devoted to Manos: The Hands of Fate, I decided to upload and make available an mp3 of the haunting theme of the misunderstood satyr, Torgo, one of the more laughable elements of the film.

From Wikipedia:

"Manos" The Hands of Fate[1] is a 1966 American horror film written, directed and produced by Harold P. Warren, a fertilizer salesman from El Paso, Texas. Warren also starred in the film, alongside El Paso theater actors Tom Neyman and John Reynolds. The film is best known for having been featured in a 1993 episode of the television comedy series Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K), a show based on the premise of mocking B movies, which gave the film cult status.

The plot of the film revolves primarily around a vacationing family taking a road trip to a hotel. After a long drive in the Texas desert, the family is trapped at a lodge maintained by a polygamous pagan cult, and they attempt to escape as the cult's members decide what to do with them.

Produced as a result of a bet, Manos was an independent production by a crew that had little or no background or experience in filmmaking and a very limited budget at their disposal. Upon its theatrical debut, the film was poorly received, and remained obscure until its Mystery Science Theater appearance. It has since gained infamy as one of the worst films ever made.

Reportedly, Quentin Tarantino owns a rare 35 mm copy of the film and has stated that this film is his favorite "comedy".[12] In attempting to explain the film's appeal, the Los Angeles Times hypothesized, "After screening Manos for probably the 10th time, I've concluded it has to do with intimacy. Because it is such a pure slice of Warren's brain—he wrote, directed, produced and starred, and brooked no collaboration—Manos amounts to the man's cinematically transfigured subconscious."[29]

Despite its newly gained cult popularity, the general opinion of the quality of the film remains much the same. The film consistently appears near the top of the Internet Movie Database's list of the 100 worst films ever made, as voted for by the site's users, and has been ranked as high as the #1 worst film in the past.[30] Manos also holds a 9% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with the one positive review posted for the MST3K episode rather than the film itself (which was described as "unwatchable").[31][32] The June 10, 2005 issue of Entertainment Weekly contained an in-depth article which proclaimed Manos "The Worst Movie Ever Made".[2]

Track Listing:

01- I Am Torgo
02- Forgetting You (Opening Theme)
03- Torgo's Theme

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Saturday, March 1, 2008

Your Cheatin' Heart- Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (MGM- E/SE-4260, 1964)

Oh....George Hamilton.....
You're as about as believable as country and western legend Hank Williams Sr., as you are as Evel Knievel.


Anyways, this album also holds the distinction of being the first on Hank Williams, Jr.'s discography, recorded when he was of the ripe old age of 15.

Track Listing:
  1. Your Cheatin' Heart - 2:04
  2. Hey Good Lookin - 1:38
  3. I Saw The Light - 1:22
  4. Jambalaya (On The Bayou) - 1:55
  5. Ramblin' Man - 1:20
  6. Jambalaya (On The Bayou) - 1:55
  7. Cold, Cold Heart - 2:17
  8. Kaw-Liga - 1:05
  9. Hey Good Lookin' - 2:41
  10. Long Gone Lonesome Blues - 1:45
  11. You Win Again - 2:02
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