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Various - The Return Of The Living Dead (Original Soundtrack) Album


Performer: Various
Genre: Electronic / Rock / Radio & TV
Title: The Return Of The Living Dead (Original Soundtrack)
Country: US
Released: 2016
Style: Psychobilly, Synth-pop, Hard Rock, Soundtrack, Punk, Garage Rock, Deathrock
Label: Real Gone Music
Catalog Number: RGM-0379
FLAC version ZIP size: 1775 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2483 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2883 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 642

Tracklist

1SSQTonight (We'll Make Love Until We Die)
Producer – Jon St. James
3:37
2Roky EricksonBurn The Flames
Producer – Duane Aslaksen
6:00
345 GravePartytime (Zombie Version)
Producer – Michael WagenerRemix – Paul B. Cutler
2:48
4The CrampsSurfin' Dead
Producer – The Cramps
4:11
5The Flesh EatersEyes Without A Face
Producer – Chris D.
3:12
6Tall BoysTake A Walk
Producer – Herb Fenstein, Tall Boys
2:28
7T.S.O.L.Nothing For You
Producer – Chris Gray , Ron Goudie, T.S.O.L.
2:24
8The DamnedDead Beat Dance
Producer – The Damned
3:51
9SSQTrash's Theme
Producer – Jon St. James
2:55
10The Jet Black BerriesLove Under Will
Producer – The Jet Black Berries
2:56

Credits

  • Cover [Album Cover Design]Brian Ayuso
  • Mastered ByEddy Schreyer
  • Producer [Executive Soundtrack Album Production]Budd Carr
  • Producer [Soundtrack Album Production]Steve Pross, William Hein

Notes

330 copies in limited edition green/blue starburst vinyl.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8 48064 00379 3

Companies

  • Licensed From – Rykodisc, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Marketed By – Real Gone Music

Album

The Return of the Living Dead is the original soundtrack from the film of the same name, released in 1985 by Enigma Records. The film itself is a horror comedy film written and directed by Dan O'Bannon about a group of teenage punks dealing with a horde of brain-hungry zombies. The soundtrack features classic punk rock, horror punkdeath rock, psychobilly songs by groups like the Cramps, 45 Grave, . the Damned and the Flesh Eaters. Return Of The Living Dead Theme - Original - Cathodic Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. From : Original Motion Pictures Soundtrack 1985 : Enigma Records. The Cramps - SSQ & Matt Clifford - 45 Grave - - Tall Boys - The Damned - . The Trioxin Theme Main Title Performed by Francis Haines Composed by Francis Haines Produced by Simon Heyworth. Dead Beat Dance Performed by The Damned Composed by The Damned Produced by The Damned Used in original film and HBO Video Release, but not in Hemdale's 1991 Release. Eyes Without a Face Performed by The Flesh Eaters Composed by Desjardins, Don Kirk, Robyn Jameson, Chris Wahl Produced by Chris D. Various Le Retour Des Morts Vivants The Return Of The Living Dead LP, Comp, TP. New Rose Records. ROSE 66. 10 gennaio 2018. riferendosi a The Return Of The Living Dead Original Soundtrack, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gre, RGM-0379. Great pressing, great sound, not pop, click or a beautifull Vinyl. Rispondi Avvertimi Helpful. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Film Dialogue and others. Музыка к фильму - Возвращение живых мертвецов 1985. Режиссёр - Дэн ОБэннон. Nothing For You. The Return of the Living Dead Original Soundtrack. Various Artists. Released 1985. The Return of the Living Dead Original Soundtrack Tracklist. Surfin' Dead by The Cramps Lyrics. More Various Artists albums. The Thing About Harry Soundtrack. 2020 GRAMMY Nominees. Show all albums by Various Artists. LP 12 album, 33 rpm. VARIOUS ARTISTS Artist Format: Vinyl. Return of the Living Dead. Please retry. Even better than a good intro to some good punk bands, this soundtrack nicely captures the essence of one of the best zombie movies of the 80's-a good predecessor to Shaun of the Dead , in that it is a zombie movie that is very cognizant of the standards of zombie movies and plays around with them. Serving as the soundtrack to the horrorcomedy of the same name, this offers ten blasts of campy punk rock that may not be essential, but certainly entertains. The Cramps steal the disc with the opening track, the rockabilly boogie Surfin Dead. Roky Erickson contributes the hilariously ghoulish Burn the Flames, a jangly dirge flavored with gothic keyboards and sound effects