Track Listing

1. Who Killed Teddy Bear? (performedd by Tami Tappan-Damiano)
2. Goody Goody - What's The Matter With Helen? (performed by Lynnette Perry, feat. Zacherley)
3. Look for a Star - Circus of Horrors (performed by Guy Haines)
4. I've Written a Letter to Daddy / What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? - What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (perrformed by Katherine Helmond, Remy Zaken)
5. The Faithful Heart - Journey to the Center of the Earth (performed by Rebecca Luker)
6. Hey, You! - The Mummy's Curse
7. Faro-La, Faro-Li (Song of the New Wine) - Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (performed by Judy Kaye and The Scarlettes)
8. Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte (performed by Christiane Noll)
9. Jeepers Creepers (performed by Sharon McNight)
10. The Blob (performed by Alison Fraser)
11. Aurora - Hold That Ghost (performed by Michelle Nicastro)
12. Mothra's Song - (performed by Theresa Finamore and Juliana A. Hansen)
13. You're My Living Doll - Attack of the Puppet People (performed by Susan Gordon)
14. Stella by Starlight - The Uninvited (performed by Brent Barrett)
15. Was a Teenage Horror Medley (You Gotta Have Eee-Ooo - How to Make a Monster / Eeny Meeny Miney Moe - I Was a Teenage Werewolf / Danny Bird - Frankenstein's Daughter) (performed by Jason Graae)
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From the Manufacturer

We're pleased to present a wonderful compendium of songs from horror films (mostly), featuring a stellar cast of Broadway and Hollywood performers.

While the films may have been scary, the songs are anything but–they are beautiful, like the classic "Stella by Starlight" and "The Faithful Heart" (from Journey to the Center of the Earth), while others are pure fun, like Burt Bacharach's classic song from The Blob, while some are just plain obscure yet great, like the amazing "Who Killed Teddy Bear?" from the film of the same name.

Originally released in 2003, the album has been out of print for many years. We've given it a fresh remastering and new cover art. Produced by Bruce Kimmel, this was the very first CD to feature the Kritzerland logo and name–a co-production with Red Circle. Kritzerland officially made its debut as a label in 2005. Orchestrations and Musical Direction by Grant Geissman. Limited to 1000 copies only.

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