TRANSYLVANIA 6-5000 / KORGOTH OF BARBARIA-Soundtracks(W/Free Digital Download/Digital booklet)



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BUYSOUNDTRAX Records presents the original soundtrack to TRANSYLVANIA 6-5000, featuring music composed and conducted by Lee Holdridge for the 1985 horror comedy written and directed by Rudy De Luca (High Anxiety, Silent Movie, Caveman), starring Jeff Goldblum, Ed Begley, Jr., Geena Davis, Carol Kane, John Byner, Jeffrey Jones and Michael Richards. Also included is the composer’s music for the 2006 animated comedy television pilot, KORGOTH OF BARBARIA. Known mostly for his dramatic film music, these two projects show the composer walking the fine line between humor and action, playing straight to the broad comedic moments of the projects while also finding opportunities to underline their sillier sensibilities.

BUYSOUNDTRAX Records presents TRANSYLVANIA 6-5000. This is a limited edition release of 1000 units.

1. Main Title (2:30)
a. Journey To Transylvania
b. Happy Arrival*

2. Following The Wolfman 2:01
3. Trapping A Monster (2:00)
4. Draculette (1:03)
5. Madame Morovia (2:00)
(Violin Solo, Tonko Niniç)
6. Fight And Escape At The Lab (1:44)
7. The Wine Festival (4:25)
a. Dance And Chase
(Includes Excerpts Of
Pennsylvania 6-5000)

b. Frankenstein’s Arrival
c. Light The Torches
d. Face To Face

8. Transylvania 6-5000*† (2:30)
9. The Forest (1:54)
10. Old Paintings (0:53)
11. Jack Meets The Wolfman (0:38)
12. Transylvanian Chapel (1:34)
13. Lupi’s Daydream (1:44)
14. Sneaking Around (2:54)
15. Radu’s Speech (1:05)
16. Home Again* (1:31)

17. Prologue & Korgoth of Barbaria /Main Title (1:17)
18. Bar Fight / Tell me, Do You Know Of The Wizard Specules? / The Quest Begins (3:31)
19. Specules Floating Castle / Hairy Balls Of The Gods (3:28)
20. I've Dated Girls Uglier Than
You For Breakfast / Finale (2:28)
Total Time: 42:04

* - contains excerpt from “Pennsylvania 6-5000”
† - Performed on Synthesizers by Randy Waldman with Frank Kapp on drums
Transcribed from the original Glenn Miller arrangement by Bradley Dechter

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