Sunday, March 29, 2009

Twin Peaks OST and Fire Walk With Me OST

I was a hard-core fan of David Lynch's little television masterpiece when I was in high school during it's original network airings, and through my fascination with the show, I discovered one of my favorite composers: Angelo Badalamenti.

Though not my favorite of his works (his collaboration with Lynch on The Straight Story, which is probably my favorite Lynch film, would be my pick), the Twin Peaks stuff is haunting and mesmerizing at the same time.

Twin Peaks Original Televion Soundtrack (Warner Records, 1990)

Track Listing:

1. Twin Peaks Theme (4.45)
2. Laura Palmer's Theme (5.08)
3. Audrey's Dance (5.15)
4. The Nightingale (4.54)

5. Freshly Squeezed (3.48)
6. The Bookhouse Boys (3.24)
7. Into the Night (4.42)
8. Night Life in Twin Peaks (3.23)
9. Dance of the Dream Man (3.39)
10. Love Theme from Twin Peaks (4.34)

11. Falling (5.18)

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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me OST (Warner Records, 1992)

Track Listing:

1. Theme from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (6.40)
2. The Pine Float (3.58)
3. Sycamore Trees (3.52)
4. Don't Do Anything (I Wouldn't Do) (7.17)
5. A Real Indication (5.31)
6. Questions in a World of Blue (4.50)
7. The Pink Room (4.02)
8. The Black Dog Runs At Night (1.45)
9. Best Friends (2.12)
10. Moving Through Time (6.41)
11. Montage From Twin Peaks (5.27)
12. The Voice of Love (3.55)

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Monday, March 23, 2009

The Warriors OST (A&M, 1979)


Obviously, I can...

Been a longtime fan of this film for years, and after my recent purchase of the Dabel Bros. comic book adaptation of the film, I decided to check out the film once again, and was blown away (as always) by the tight and tense score.

Track list
01 - Barry DeVorzon -Theme from The Warriors
02 - Arnold McCuller - Nowhere to Run
03 - Kenny Vance & Ismael Miranda - In Havana
04 - Mandrill - Echoes in my Mind
05 - Barry DeVorzon - The Fight
06 - Joe Walsh - In the City
07 - Genya Ravan - Love is a Fire
08 - Barry DeVorzon - Baseball Furies Chase
09 - Johnny Vastano - You're Movin' Too Slow
10 - Desmond Child - Last of an Ancient Breed

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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Jackie Chan- Greatest Hits (2005)

Oh man. There's really nothing I can say about this one, because I'm pretty speechless.....other than the first track sounds kinda like an Eagles tune....if they were Cantonese.

From Wikipedia:

Jackie Chan is a prolific singer, having started producing records in the early 80s. He started singing the theme songs over the closing credits of his films in 1980, when the film The Young Master was produced. Chan sang its theme song, titled "Kung Fu Fighting Man" entirely in English. Since then he has produced over 20 different albums, singing over 100 songs in over five languages, and has teamed up with singers such as Ani DiFranco and the late Anita Mui. His personal achievements also include winning Best Foreign Singer Award in Japan in 1984.

Track Listing:

01. The Sincere Hero
02. So Transparent Is My Heart
03. Everyday In My Life
04. A Man Should Be Of Self Help
05. My Feeling
06. How Come
07. A Good Conscience
08. I Hope You'll Understand
09. A Vigorous Aspiration In My Mind
10. I Wished The Flower Could Never Fade
11. You Give Me A New World
12. Would Rather Say Goodbye In Dreams
13. In The Cold Rain
14. Drunken Boxing

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Monday, March 16, 2009

Doctor Mordrid OST- Richard Band (1993)

Even though I am a B-Movie fan, I never took a liking to any of Charles and Richard Band's Full Moon output. I was a HUGE fan of the Bands stuff from the early 1980s (mostly done under the Empire films label) like the first TRANCERS, ROBOT JOX, etc.,...

There was one exception, though....and that was DOCTOR MORDRID. I've loved this rip-off of Marvel Comics' Dr, Strange since I first saw it via video rental in the early 1990s.....Jeffery Combs is pretty good in it, taking an odd turn playing the hero of this little cinematic endeavor. Fun stuff....I still need to get this on DVD (I think they finally got around to doing a release...I know for awhile there were some legal hassles that were holding it up).'s the original score album....

Track Listing:
01. Doctor Mordrid
02. Astral Projection
03. The Detective Next Door
04. Into the Fourth Dimension
05. Fortress of the Damned
06. Gunner's Warning
07. Eternal Enemies
08. Station Break
09. To Hell with the Police
10. Setting the Demons Free
11. Dinosaur War
12. The Monitor Beckons

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Monday, March 9, 2009


I've looked for this UK release for years, after first watching a late-night TBS "100% Weird" broadcast of Thunderbirds Are Go! and Thunderbird 6 in my teens...

From Wikipedia:

Back at Tracy Island, Alan feels unappreciated after returning home due to his father's insistence that he remain on duty on the Island while the others are enjoying themselves. Disappointed and annoyed, Alan has a dream about going with Lady Penelope to the Swinging Star, which in his dream is located in outer space. Playing at the nightclub are "Cliff Richard Jr. and the Shadows" (puppets and voices of the real Cliff Richard and the Shadows), who perform a musical number called "Shooting Star" (accompanied by music video-like imagery such as the Cliff Richard Jr. marionette dancing on a giant guitar in space), and an instrumental track "Lady Penelope".

Track Listing:
01- Thunderbirds Theme
02- Shooting Star
03- Lady Penelope
04- Zero X

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Sunday, March 8, 2009


It's an understatement to say that I'm a big fan of this film, so we'll just leave it at that....

Track Listing:

01. Opening Theme
02. Penny Is Alive
03. Red Lectroids From Planet 10
04. Penny's Theme
05. "No Matter Where you go..." (Dialogue)
06. "Laugh while you can..." (Dialogue)
07. They're getting away!
08. Nobudy cumz in here
09. You can't ride that
10. Motorcycle chase
11. Buckaroo's speech (dialogue)
12. Turbo pod on our tail
13. Team Banzai Theme
14. End Credits (short Version)
15. Opening Theme reprise
16. "Where are we going..." (Dialogue)
17. "It's not my planet..." (Dialogue)
18. The 8th Dimension
19. End credits (Long Version)
20. President on line one (Dialogue)
21. Banzai Jam (Buckaroo Banzai and the Hong Kong Cavaliers)

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Sunday, March 1, 2009

Naked Angels OST (1969)

From Movie Grooves:

A superb mix of of acid-inspired hard rock, funky incidental music and studio experimentation, the Naked Angels soundtrack stands up well as an inventive collection of jams and conveys an infectious sense of fun and irreverence throughout.

Originally released on Frank Zappa's legendary Straight label in 1969, this hard-rocking collection was the first release from future Zappa sideman Jeff Simmons (accompanied here by session guitarist Randy Steirling). Largely instrumental, it showcases his superb guitar skills to memorable effect, and will delight collectors of rare soundtracks, biker rock fans and Zappa completists alike.

Track Listing:

  1. Naked Angels Theme 4:10
  2. Ride Into Vegas 1:16
  3. Vegas Boogie 3:05
  4. Vegas Pickup 4:05
  5. Cop Out 1:12
  6. First Desert Ride 1:45
  7. Rank 2:00
  8. Boinin' (Third Ride) 3:32
  9. Scots Breath 1:40
  10. Rat Grind 2:05
  11. Bar Dream 3:36
  12. Camper Scene 2:25
  13. Toccata for Truck 3:35
  14. End Theme 1:12
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