SOUNDTRACK SHELF Podcast #05

The Cinefamily’s Alex Nicolaou is back with another hour-plus set. KA-PLABBO! The Wings Hauser song from Vice Squad alone is worth the download here, let alone all the other cool stuff —

DOWNLOAD: Soundtrack Shelf Podcast: #05 (MP3)

Playlist:
Performance – Memo From Turner (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards / Guitar: Ry Cooder)
Who Dares Wins – Commando (Roy Budd)
Zoo Folle – Space And Freedom (Giuliano Sorgini)
Viva La Muerte – Ekkoleg (Grethe Agatz)
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Vice Squad – Neon Slime (Joe Renzetti / Vocals: Wings Hauser)
Sea Of Joy – Down To The Sea (Tully)
The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T – Do-Mi-Do Duds (Frederic Hollander / Lyrics: Dr. Seuss)
Brigade Mondaine – Phonic (Cerrone)
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Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls – Find It (Stu Phillips & Bob Stone / Voc: Lynn Carey)
Deliverance – Eight More Miles to Louisiana (Eric Weissberg & Marshall Brickman)
Last House On The Left – Wait For The Rain (David Hess)
A Boy And His Dog – A Boy And His Dog (Tim McIntire)
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Sweet Movie – Is There Life On The Earth (Manos Xatzidakis / Voc: Anne Lonnenberg)
Visa de Censure No. X – Novavana (Delired Cameleon Family [Clearlight])
La Cicatrice Intérieure – Abschied (Nico)
The Conformist – O.K. Bull (Georges Delerue)
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Codice D’Amore Orientale – Kamasutra (Alberto Baldan Bembo & Blue Marvin Orchestra)
The Wicker Man (1973) – Maypole (Paul Giovanni & Magnet)
A Zed And Two Noughts – Car Wash (Michael Nyman)
Cannibal Holocaust – Main Theme (Riz Ortolani)
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Percy – God’s Children (The Kinks)

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870 Responses to SOUNDTRACK SHELF Podcast #05

  1. Bilbicus says:

    Love the Cannibal Holocaust soundtrack, nice to see it represented here. There’s also some good funk and disco tracks on that soundtrack. Eagerly awaiting some Day of the Dead representation on the Soundtrack Shelf, although I think the 20 minute “Dead Suite” would be a bit too much for people (although it is a stormer).

  2. CA says:

    Wish these podcasts were separated into individual tracks instead of one long mix…