Saturday, April 19, 2008

Request Thread

Here, you can request albums to be uploaded in future installments.

Stay happy.


DOUBLE FEATURE: Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger Tokusou Sound File 1/Zenon Z3

By popular demand, I present "Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger Tokusou Sound File 1," the first of five albums featuring music from the 28th series in the Super Sentai franchise (adapted into Power Rangers S.P.D. here in the U.S.).

It consists of 35 tracks (15 of which are "S.P.D. File" spoken-word tracks featuring the cast of the series). In keeping with the modern Super Sentai Series soundtrack formula, this CD features reduced-size versions of the show's opening and closing theme songs and "image songs" plus background music score.

Next up on our DOUBLE FEATURE this month (from now on, at a random point in the month, I'll sic a DOUBLE FEATURE on ya)is the soundtrack of the 2004 Disney Channel Original Movie Zenon Z3.

This 10-track CD does contain songs that did not actually appear in the movie (like "Selena the Moon Goddess'" cover of Madonna's "Lucky Star"), however the majority of songs here did appear in the movie-like the "Z3 Remix" of "Supernova Girl" (the key song from the first Zenon film in 1999) and "The Galaxy Is Ours" (key song from Zenon The Zequel [2001], albeit here in its Z3 incarnation).

Next time, we bring you the second album in the "Tokusou Sound File" series. Until then, stay happy.


Tuesday, April 8, 2008

The Last Starfighter

(1-11 Composed and Coducted by Craig Safan. Bonus1 and Bonus2 Written by Craig Safan and Mark Mueller; Performed by Cliff Magness.)
1. Main Title
2. Alex Dreams
3. Centauri Into Space
4. Rylos
5. Centauri Dies
6. Target Practice
7. Alex's First Test
8. Beta's Sacrifice
9. Death Blossom-Ultimate Weapon
10 Victory March-Alex Returns
11. Into the Starscape (End Titles)
Bonus1. Incommunicado
Bonus2. Never Crossed My Mind
Today, after a month off to fufill other obligations, I am back as promised with the OST to 1984's The Last Starfighter, composed and conducted by Craig Safan.
This posting also includes two "Source Music" songs: "Incommunicado" and "Never Crossed My Mind," both performed by Cliff Magness.
Next time, by popular demand, the first of five soundtrack albums for Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger.
Until then, stay happy.