Alain Goraguer ‎– La Planète Sauvage (Original Soundtrack Recording)

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Superior Viaduct ‎– SV058
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Tracklist

A1 Déshominisation (II) 0:55
A2 Déshominisation (I) 3:49
A3 Générique 0:43
A4 Le Bracelet 1:26
A5 Ten Et Tiwa 1:46
A6 Maquillage De Tiwa 0:48
A7 Course De Ten 0:53
A8 Ten Et Medor 1:46
A9 Ten Et Tiwa Dorment 0:48
A10 Ten Est Assome 0:45
A11 Abite 0:53
A12 Conseil Des Draags 0:56
A13 Les Hommes - La Grande Co-Existence 1:15
B1 La Femme 2:11
B2 Mira Et Ten 0:43
B3 Mort De Draag 0:51
B4 L'Oiseau 2:28
B5 La Cité Des Hommes Libres 0:48
B6 Attaque Des Robots 2:05
B7 La Longue Marche - Valse Des Statues 2:15
B8 Les Fusées 2:19
B9 Générique 2:06
B10 Strip Tease 2:23
B11 Méditation Des Enfants 1:32
B12 La Vieille Meurt 0:50

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Officially-licensed 2014 reissue.
Features a tip-on sleeve with spot gloss detailing, and a full-color inner sleeve with film stills and additional track/credit information.

The indicated barcode is not printed anywhere on the release. It appears only on a white shrink-wrap sticker on the back.
On the front, the shrink-wrap also bears a circular red hype sticker.
Hype sticker text:
La Planète Sauvage ( aka Fantastic Planet )
Classic 1973 space-age pop soundtrack from long-time Serge Gainsbourg collaborator.
Sampled countless times by J Dilla, Madlib, and more.

For the later re-press with yellow sticker, see Alain Goraguer - La Planète Sauvage (Original Soundtrack Recording).

Note that the credits indicated for Roland Topor, Josef Kábrt, René Laloux and Jean Guérin appear on the inner sleeve, but apply primarily to the film in which Alain Goraguer's music appears. While the packaging does feature images from the film, the writing and directing credits specified for these four artists do not apply to any other aspect this release. Nor are Jean Guérin's sound effects included with the music.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker on shrink): 8 57176 00358 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched, [upside down]): SV-058 A ⋊ [S-92462]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched, [upside down]): SV-058 B [S-92463] ⋊

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2C 066-12698 Alain Goraguer La Planète Sauvage (Bande Sonore Originale)(LP, Album, Gat) Pathé 2C 066-12698 France 1973 Sell This Version
DC33CD Alain Goraguer La Planète Sauvage (An Original Soundtrack Recording)(CD, Album) D.C. Recordings DC33CD UK 2000 Sell This Version
8024709129727 Alain Goraguer La Planete Sauvage(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Sugar (2) 8024709129727 Italy 2012 Sell This Version
2 C 066-12698, 2C 066 - 12.698 Alain Goraguer La Planète Sauvage (Bande Sonore Originale Du Film)(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Pathé (3), Pathé (3) 2 C 066-12698, 2C 066 - 12.698 Europe 2006 Sell This Version
SV058 Alain Goraguer La Planète Sauvage (Original Soundtrack Recording)(LP, Album, RE, RM, RP) Superior Viaduct SV058 US Unknown Sell This Version

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dirtythierry

dirtythierry

January 4, 2020

Fantastic soundtrack and superb reissue. Mastering and pressing are very good. Recommended.
coz111

coz111

May 24, 2016
is it just me, or does anybody else agree with me that this reissue was presed terribly. how can you squeeze 16 tracks onto 1 side, and expect it to sound good. so much distortion on some of the best tracks, which are closest to the middle of the plate..
Toadspotter

Toadspotter

March 25, 2016
Is there something wrong with the video posted here or is this album really a couple of themes, with one main one, repeated over and over? I love the music but I get tired of hearing it a third into the album. I'm just curious, as well rated as this is, that people dig this repetition.
KLindberg

KLindberg

January 7, 2015

This groovy soundtrack is an odd counterpoint to the mysterious 1973 animated movie Le Planete Sauvage, which really is a true artifact of its time. On its own the soundtrack feels slightly disembodied with many starts and stops and few complete songs but nevertheless an interesting journey. For fans of Barbarella, new wave science fiction, serge gainsbourg etc