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Dawn of the Dead Unreleased Incidental Music Soundtrack CD


  • Catalog #: 19CDD200
  • Theme #1: Dawn of the Dead, George Romero
  • Theme #2: Soundtrack Archives
  • Theme #3: Zombies, Ghouls, & Spooks

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Dawn of the Dead Unreleased Incidental Music Soundtrack CD:

Here's the sexy track listing, read it and weep:

1) THE GONK - H CHAPPELL
2) COSMOGONY PART 1 - P LEMEL 
3) SINESTRE - E TOWREN 
4) CAUSE I'M A MAN - P RENO
5) FIGMENT - S PARK 
6) MASK OF DEATH - J TROMBEY 
7) SCAREY 1 - D SCOTT 
8) SCAREY 2 - D SCOTT 
9) DARK EARTH - J TROMBEY 
10) MALL MONTAGE SCENE' (WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS - R TILSLEY, RAGTIME RAZZAMATAZZ - H CHAPPELL, TANGO TANGO - B STOLLER, FUGAROCK - D SCOTT) 
11) BARRAGE - J TROMBEY 
12) DESERT DE GLACE - P ARVAY
13) SUN HIGH - S PARK
14) DRAMATURGY - P LEMEL

Fans of the film in America have spent years trying to track all these originals down. It will take you years possibly, so don't bother. Here it is!

"the Gonk" went first because everybody loves it. The the rest of the tracks are in the right order they appear in the film, so if you are a horror fan you may well approve. Out of the sixty plus cues, we have just chosen the most noticeable and longest ones in the film, and the album runs like a horrid little dream. Believe me, it is superb.

There are some wonderfully scarey electronics on the album, weird classic horror suspensy things, bonkers big band stuff and a superb kind of country groovy thing by "The Pretty Things", yes that legendary well collected almost mod-like band from the sixties. Do not miss this album.

A bad you may have heard of, Goblin, those Italian proggy boys did the music. Well some of it anyway. And you can buy the Goblin "Dawn Of The Dead" score anywhere, in fact I think it has never been out of print. However, the film is littered with over 60 cues of insane library music. This was music chosen by none other than the other legendary Italian horror director Dario Argento. How weird is that! The music he chose to accompany Romero's Zombies strolling around the Monroeville Shopping Mall, or as accompanyment to endless zombies being shot to pieces was typically dark and insane. I mean he chose one track by "The Pretty Things" for Chrissakes. It's this music, Romero's choice of library cues that makes the film the darkly comic monster it is. There are fans of the movie world wide who have always wondered what this music was, where it came from, and how they could get their hands upon it. Well Trunk has sorted it all out.

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