EGG CITY RADIO’s MOVIE MUSIC ARCHIVES (4 of 4)

Here’s a two-disc compilation I made years ago, information pills with the help of some of my co-workers at Cinefile Video, order the speciality video store in Los Angeles which I continue to manage. It’s in the same vein as the last three posts (all audio rips from obscure and/or stupid films) — there’s just more of it!

I broke it down into two halves — those tracks with vocals, pilule and those without.

Films I took stuff from include: Megaforce, Lost Horizon (the musical version), Sextette, Zardoz, Phase IV, Human Highway, Mistress of the Apes, Ishtar, Tapeheads, Mister Scarface, The Stuff, Can Hieronymous Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe And Find True Happiness?, and Friday The 13th Part 3.

There’s much more movie audio material out there for me to wade through, so hopefully I’ll put together some more posts like this in the coming months.

Various Artists – Cinefile’s Movie Music Archives, Vol. 1: Vocals (ZIP file)
Various Artists – Cinefile’s Movie Music Archives, Vol. 2: Instrumentals (ZIP file)

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669 Responses to EGG CITY RADIO’s MOVIE MUSIC ARCHIVES (4 of 4)

  1. James says:

    Bret – I remember downloading this set from PostpunkJunk, and I’ve kept it on my hard drive ever since. The song from Lost Horizon, “Question Me an Answer” is oddly fascinating – it’s a horrible tune, but the concept is so strange I find it compelling to listen to. I’ve been tempted to rent the movie to see if it is as horrible as reputation would have it.

  2. xian says:

    So great. SO great.

  3. Adam says:

    Thanks for these, I’ve only explored the instrumentals so far, but they are great.
    As usual, another fantastic post, Thank you!

  4. Loopy C says:

    OT (going to listen to these later tonight) but since you work in the ‘specialty’ video business, have you ever heard/seen a movie called ‘Big Meat Eater’, a cannibalistic themed musical?

  5. Jim says:

    Oh, if you can unearth any (or many) of those wonderful vintage radio spots for movies, that would be a wonderful thing indeed.

  6. Marshall says:

    Don’t know if you’ve heard it or not, but Eugene Chadbourne had a trio called Insect & Western Party that covered the Morricone song from Exorcist II that’s featured in the second/instrumental volume here. I like his version better actually. Great post and great blog. Much appreciated!