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La-La Land Records (LLLCD 1007)

Release Date: October 21, 2003

Format: CD

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1. CREEPSHOW: Prologue - Welcome to Creepshow

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2. Father's Day

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3. The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill

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4. Something to Tide You Over

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5. The Crade

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6. They're Creeping Up on You

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7. Epilogue

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8. Until The Next Time (End Title)

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9. TALES OF THE DARKSIDE (Newly Recorded Suites): Satanic Piano

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10. Everybody Needs A Little Love

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11. Sorry Right Number

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13. SHOOBIE DOOBIE MOON: Main Title Song*

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14. You Make Me Feel Like A Monster*

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  Total Album Time: 67:15

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* Previously Unreleased

La-La Land Records presents composer John Harrison's wildly imaginative, digitally remastered score to George A. Romero's and Stephen King's timeless horror classic Creepshow.

Previously unavailable on CD in the U.S. and Europe, this officially licensed, fully re-mastered album features special, never-before-released bonus tracks! Special bonus tracks include previously unreleased John Harrison music from the famed George A. Romero television series Tales from the Darkside, a never-before-heard overture Harrison composed for Mansions of the Moon (an unproduced sci-fi version of the Opera Tales of Hoffman), and two songs (yes—songs!) from an outrageous send up of 1950's musicals and horror films called Shoobie Doobie Moon. Both are Romero projects that were never filmed!!!

The 12-Page, full color, "comic book style" booklet includes exclusive liner notes from composer John Harrison, filmmaker George A. Romero and an in depth essay on the making of all the projects by Film Music Historian Randall D. Larson!

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