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Yog Space Amoeba Soundtrack Vinyl LP Akira Ifukube

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Yog Space Amoeba Soundtrack Vinyl LP Akira Ifukube:

TOHO, the creators of GODZILLA, unleash SPACE AMOEBA aka Gezora-Ganime-Kameba: Kessen! Nankai No Daikaijû! A space probe is lost while on its way to the planet Jupiter but returns to Earth after being overtaken by a deadly and dastardly single-celled organism.

The organism then mutates into giant kaiju that mimic a cuttlefish, a stone crab, and a matamata turtle, and uses these destructive forms in their plan to take over the planet. The only thing that stands between humanity and the insidious invertebrates is a group of photographers doing recon for a tourism company!

Directing, of course, is the legendary Ishirō Honda (MOTHRARODAN) alongside producer Tomoyuki Tanaka, with the dreamy Akira Kubo (DESTROY ALL MONSTERS) as photographer Kudo. As with GODZILLA, Honda recruited the great Akira Ifukube to compose the thrilling score, and Ifukube brought his trademark innovation and dramatic grandeur.

The title theme is beautifully distinctive, mixing thick brass and low piano to match the destruction of the kaiju with higher horns and trumpet, providing a lighter contrast. Ifukube scores action and horror with his iconic lumbering colours but provides suspense with piano and otherworldly strings, with a unique slithering theme for the evil amoeba. Another Ifukube triumph! (Charlie Brigden)

Main Title
Launching of the Helios
The Helios Heads into Outer Space
The Helios in Crisis
The return of the helios
The Appearance of Gezora
The Background Music Onboard
Strange Lights in the cave
Gezora Attacks
The Prayer of Selgio Island
Undersea Probe
Undersea Probe II
The helios Underwater
The Terror of Gezora
Gezora Comes ashore
Gezora vs the Humans
Cosmic (or Space) Lifeforms
The Appearance of Ganime
Cosmic (or Space) Lifeforms Onboard
Obata and the Space Lifeform
Obata and the Space Lifeform II
The Wedding Ceremony
Remains of the Dead Bat(s)
The Appearance of Kameba
Obat’s Resistance
Ganime vs Kameba
Ending Space Amoeba

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