All downloads here are for preview purposes only. If you download something you like then purchase the CD or Vinyl if you can. However, everything for download featured within this blog, to the best of my knowledge, is either out of print or has never been made available.

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And Another Thing...

There are times where I'll find a compilation or bootleg that I do not know the original source. I always try to give credit where it's due but sometimes it's impossible for me to know just where it originated. If you are a blogger or someone who happens to have made a particular bootleg or compilation and you find it listed here let me know and I will give you full credit...

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Phantasm II 31 Track Bootleg/Fred Myrow

I haven't listened to every single track yet but it sounds like a very decent quality bootleg from what I have heard. The music for the second film works well, though perhaps the first score was special for it's more funk-ti-fied take on some things. It was a lot more spooky than this score.

But this is nice to have if you're a fan of the film. I really like the new version of the main theme. Unless you're a completeist like me, you'll probably be satisfied with the bonus tracks on the original Phantasm soundtrack. But I for one am never satisfied. ;-)

No Track Names.

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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Phantasm/Fred Myrow/Malcolm SeaGrave


This is a piece of horror movie history. Not only one of my favorite horror films but one of my all time favorite pieces of cinema. It was more than just a good midnight movie. It was original, weird, surreal, and fantastic. Not one second goes by that isn't drenched in mood and atmosphere.

I have only recently seen some of the sequels, and while I enjoy them for being faithful honest to God enjoyable companion pieces, not a one compares to what this original has going for it. It's just something that can't be recaptured. You can tell the filmmakers were experimenting with some new weird ideas here and it shows in the delivery.

The music, again, was a product of it's time. It's brilliant and works fantastic in the film and as a (very) spooky stand alone listen.

This version I present to you is the larger 23 track edition put out by Silva Screen. It contains some music from Phantasm II.

Track Listing:
01. Intro and Main Title (From Phantasm)
02. Welcome to Morningside / Hand in the Box (From Phantasm)
03. Hearse Inferno (From Phantasm)
04. Phantasmagoria / Silver Sphere Disco (From Phantasm)
05. Tender Interlude (From Phantasm)
06. Cemetary Spectres (From Phantasm)
07. Spacegate to Infinity / Jody at Morningside / On the Move (From Phantasm)
08. Phantasm Atmosphere (From Phantasm)
09. The Tall Man on Main Street (From Phantasm)
10. Funeral Organ / Dwarf in Hearse (From Phantasm)
11. Under the Car (From Phantasm)
12. Mike on the Road (From Phantasm)
13. Hearse Chase (From Phantasm)
14. A Dwarf Named Buford (From Phantasm)
15. Overturned Ice-cream Truck (From Phantasm)
16. Mineshaft Chase (From Phantasm)
17. "Just a Dream?" (From Phantasm)
18. End of the Game (Or Is It?) (From Phantasm)
19. Prologue / The Big Dwarf Fight (From Phantasm II)
20. Blow Out / Aftermath / Creeping Around (From Phantasm II)
21. A Thoughful Moment / Confrontation (From Phantasm II)
22. Foul Ball / Final Battle / Finale / Blow Out (From Phantasm II)
23. Phantasm II - End Theme (From Phantasm II)

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Haunted Honeymoon 33 Track Bootleg/John Morris

Here is a nice score to have for the coming Halloween season. It's John Morris' score to the Gene Wilder directed "Haunted Honeymoon". Personally, I always felt it was an underrated comedy. The score is fantastic and memorable. This seems to have most every cue except for the part where Gilda Radner and Dom Deluise sing and there is a scary instrumental segment. The actual song is featured in the end credits which is on this bootleg but it would be nice to have the version that plays in the middle of the film.

Other than that, I couldn't ask for more. Except for maybe an official release which I'm pretty sure we won't see for a long long time.

Fun Fact: Gene Wilder and I share the same birthday of June 11th.

Tracks have no names just numbers.


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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

IN REMEMBRANCE OF HENRY GIBSON/Charlotte's Web/The Sherman Brothers

I found out tonight when I got home that one of my childhood favorite actors had died. Henry Gibson. The co-star of many of my childhood favorite's like The 'Burbs and The Blues Brothers. He was always a co-star but always had an impact on the films he was featured in. He was always such a seemingly eccentric person. Unique in every way. Somehow this stood out for me as a kid and I became an everlasting fan. It's really hard for me to believe he is dead.

I bring you a very hard to find soundtrack here. It is the soundtrack for 'Charlotte's Web' in which Henry Gibson voiced Wilbur the Pig. This was only available on vinyl. A great soundtrack especially for anyone who grew up with the film like I did. I encourage you to listen to the track 'Deep In The Dark' and reminisce.

Check out some of Henry Gibson's flicks while you're at it.

When you are a child sometimes you can have bizarre heroes in your life and it's sad when you grow older and watch your childhood heroes die.

Track Listing:
1. Main Title (2:02)
2. There Must Be Something More (2:10)
3. I Can Talk (2:13)
4. Chin Up (2:08)
5. Mother Earth And Father Time(2:26)
6. We've Got Lots In Common (2:19)
7. A Veritable Smorgasbord (3:52)
8. Deep In The Dark (3:15)
9. Chin Up March (1:42)
10. Zuckerman's Famous Pig (1:58)
11. Charlotte's Farewell (1:16)
12. End Title (2:10)

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Toxic Tunes From Tromaville!/Various Artists

I have just started to get into Troma movies. I had seen relatively little in the past but I've managed to watch all of the Toxic Avenger movies in the last week. I actually found the series to be highly enjoyable trash, except for maybe the third one which was lacking a lot of the elements that made the others so memorable.

I'm just getting around to listening to this soundtrack compilation. Sounds like a lot of fun to me. I couldn't find anything else related to the first three Toxic Avenger movies other than this and it's very little. This album also features music from Class of Nuke'em High and Sgt. Kabukiman NYPD.


Track Listing:
1. Troma logo leader (00:14)
2. The Toxic avenger part 2 theme (03:54)
3. Fortress of Amerikkka theme (03:49)
4. Sgt. Kabukiman NYPD song (03:50)
5. Sgt. Kabukiman NYPD suite (12:25)
6. Class of nuke'em high part 2 song (03:21)
7. Class of nuke'em high part 2 suite (09:36)
8. A nymphoid barbarian in dinosaur hell (trailer sound) (02:39)
9. Troma rap (03:42)
10. Sgt. Kabukiman NYPD suite2 (08:45)
11. Class of nuke'em high part 3 song (03:35)
12. Class of nuke'em high part 3 suite (11:08)
13. Girl school screamers (trailer sound) (01:54)
14.-19. Interview Session with Troma co founder Lloyd Kaufman

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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Maniac Cop/Jay Chattaway

Just watched this one for the very first time. Not a bad piece of 80's cheese, written by Larry Cohen himself. It's even got Bruce Campbell, Tom Atkins and a cameo by Sam Raimi. Oh yeah, there's a killer cop involved too.

Nice 80's horror score here by Jay Chattaway. All the information that I can really find on this is that it is a Vinyl rip. Never before made officially for CD. From what I've heard of it, it is very good quality.

1. Main Title
2. A Night In The Park

3. Flashback Montage

4. The Chase

5. Morning Train

6. Face Down

7. Sally's Drive

8. On the Ledge

9. Splash Dance

10. Epilogue

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Friday, September 11, 2009

ICHI The Killer/Karera Musication/Seiichi Yamamoto

Japanoise, Speed, Torture Porn.

If you are into any of the above, this soundtrack is for you.

You sick fuck.

01. 1
02. Babe¨Baab
03. Alphabetical 1
04. Whity White
05. Drops
06. Yoku
07. Totem Cheer
08. Mind Chaser
09. Planet of the Birds
10. Space on Space
11. Liquid & Steam
12. Morning
13. Aplhabetical 2
14. Opera
15. 0

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Saturday, September 5, 2009

Evil Dead Trap/Tomohiko Kira

Honestly, this isn't something I ever thought I'd find myself posting. It's just so fucking obscure. Years ago I was on a random myspace made for fans of horror film music and one of the tracks they had up was the main theme for a Japanese gore flick from the 80's called "Evil Dead Trap". Not to be confused with "The Evil Dead". I planned on not listening to it much but I gave it a few seconds listen... low and behold this theme really got me. I downloaded the theme and searched for the soundtrack and found nothing. Not a single clue as to whether there was ever a soundtrack or bootleg at all. Years went by.

The other day I stumbled upon this 12 track score for the film from one of my favorite non-blog sources. The person who had it didn't speak very good english. When I asked he/she about the soundtrack's origin and whether it was a bootleg they just said something to the extent of 'hope you enjoy... i do not no... bootleg probly!"

I haven't seen the film yet but I plan on netflixing it very soon. Surprising since these are the type of movies I pretty much live for!

The film's main theme is what stands out the most (Track 1). Absolutely moody. I was almost dissapointed to find that tracks 7-12 are pretty much just variants on a particular chase theme. But they are still very good and in all honesty there is not even a smidgen of room for me to complain being that this is probably the rarest score I have in possession.

There is no real poster image I have for introduction like with most posts. All I could find was a DVD cover. There's not much on the web about this movie except for reviews and one small fansite.

So here you are... no track listing. Just tracks 1-12. This one's a keeper.

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Children Of The Corn 666: Isaac's Return Promo/Terry Michael Huud

It's been impossible coming up with the scores for 3,4,5 and 7 so here is the last Children of the Corn post for now. This is a really good moody score with an absolutely awesome main title piece. This probably has my favorite opening titles to any Children of the Corn movie.

The film can be a little confusing and hard to follow at times. But honestly, this has always been one of my favorite straight to video COTC titles along with Part IV. It's nice to have Isaac back and there are a lot of scythes and sickles in this one. It's filmed in a sepia tone and they seem to have gone for atmosphere more than anything in this one.

I have included two bonus tracks composed and performed by Faith and The Muse.

1. Main Titles (01:46)
2.Stalked (01:42)
3.The Meeting / Isaac's Legacy (03:07)
4.Head On (01:18)
5.Graveyard Encounter (01:39)
6.Co-Conspirator (01:47)
7.The Ritual (01:20)
8.They Come For Hannah (01:11)
9.Motor Cycle Rave (03:03)
10.Hannah And Gabriel (03:38)
11.A Surprise (01:17)
12.Issac's Attacked / The Demon Reawakens (01:55)
13.Records Room (02:12)
14.Close Encounter (01:32)
15.Isaac Resurrected (01:24)
16.Isaac Has A Son (01:07)
17.It's Me Gabriel (05:14)
18.Gabriel Kills Matt (01:15)
19.Elektrokeach! (03:36)
20.Gabriel Searches For Isaac (01:14)
21.Isaac's Demise (01:41)
22.Gabriel Ressurected (00:34)
23.Epilogue (01:28)
24.Main Alternate Titles (02:05)

25. BONUS TRACK- Cernunnos-Faith And The Muse
26.BONUS TRACK- The Sea Angler- Faith And The Muse

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Children Of The Corn II: The Final Sacrifice/Daniel Licht

Children of the Corn II happened to have been filmed in a town not too far from where I grew up.
Let's just say I remember Liberty/Siler-City as being Rednecks-ville. It's really really small and feels a bit like Nilbog.

The movie itself was a grand mixture of being an ambitious sequel and a terrible teen love story. There's lots of cool violence involving "He Who Walks Behind The Rows" and a terrific nose bleeding scene. But the best scene in pretty much the entire series would have to go to one here involving an old lady in a remote chair being controlled by the children. She's forced out into a road where she is hit by a truck and is sent flying in the air. Absolutely hilarious. You must see it to believe it.

The score by Licht is quite impressive. He uses choir in this score mostly in the way Goldsmith used choir in the Omen movies and less in the creepy childlike way Elias used choir.

01. Main Title (Red Bear's Theme)
02. The Waterfall / Micah's Transformation
03. Love In The Corn
04. Nosebleed
05. On The Porch, At The Table, In The Circle
06. Doc Appleby
07. A Combine And A House
08. Stalking The Newsvan
09. Danny And Lacy Kiss
10. Hallfire Suite
11. Ring Sacrifice / Finale
12. Children Of The Corn (End Credits)

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Friday, September 4, 2009

Children of the Corn/Jonathan Elias

Well here is the first of three rare Children of the Corn scores for you. The first is the best and the classic. The score is effective and very melodic. Considered by many to be amongst the most memorable of horror film scores along with the likes of Halloween and The Omen. I used to consider this one of my top ten horror films. Looking at it nowadays I don't see it as flawless as I once did. However, I don't have it in me to really point out it's flaws. You see, I'm rather fond of amish hats and I'm also a collector of sickles and scythes. Seriously. So this series has a special place in my heart, you understand?

Besides, I wouldn't want "He Who Walks Behind the Rows" to come get me... although I'm certainly of age...

01. Main Title
02. Barn Run
03. Dream Music
04. Murder
05. The Arrival
06. Chase Theme
07. The Invasion
08. Burning The Cornfield
09. Vicky's Dream
10. Attack Of The Children
11. Fighting Back
12. Deal's Haunting
13. Exploring
14. The Cornfield
15. Isaac Vs. Malakai
16. The Resolution
17. End Titles

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