Various ‎– Moog (Original Film Soundtrack)

Hollywood Records ‎– 2061-62471-2
2 × CD, Compilation

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1-1 33 (3) Abominatron
Written-By – Hans Fjellestad
1-2 Stereolab Variation One
Written-By – Tim Gane
1-3 The Moog Cookbook Bob's Funk
Written-By – Brian Kehew, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
1-4 Jean-Jacques Perrey & Luke Vibert You Moog Me
Written-By – Jean-Jacques Perrey, Jeremy Leahy, Jon Tye, Luke Vibert
1-5 Psilonaut The Sentinel
Written-By – Brian Emrich
1-6 Meat Beat Manifesto Unavailable Memory
Written-By – Jack Dangers
1-7 Bernie Worrell & Bootsy Collins When Bernie Speaks
Written-By – Bernie Worrell, Bootsy Collins
1-8 Electric Skychurch Endless Horizon (I Love Bob Mix)
Written-By – James Lumb, Roxanne Morganstern
1-9 The Album Leaf Micro Melodies
Written-By – James Leo LaValle*
1-10 Charlie Clouser I Am A Spaceman
Written-By – Charlie Clouser
1-11 Plastiq Phantom Sqeeble
Written-By – Darrin Wiener, Jeremiah Green
1-12 Bostich Realistic Source
Written-By – Ramon Amezcua
1-13 Pete Devriese You Have Been Selected
Written-By – Pete DeVriese
1-14 Money Mark Nanobot Highway
Written-By – Mark Ramos-Nishita
1-15 Baiyon Mixed Waste 4.2
Written-By – Baiyon, Tomohisa Kuramitsu
1-16 Tortoise Beautiful Love
Written-By – Egbert Van Alstyne, Haven Gillespie, Victor Young, Wayne King
1-17 Roger O'Donnell Another Year Away
Written-By – Roger O'Donnell
Moog: Classic Tracks
2-1 Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lucky Man
Written-By – Greg Lake
2-2 Gary Numan Cars
Written-By – Gary Numan
2-3 Jean-Jacques Perrey E.V.A.
Written-By – Andy Badall*, Jean-Jacques Perrey, Marie Perriault*
2-4 Devo Mongoloid
Written-By – Gerald Casale*
2-5 New Order Blue Monday
Written-By – Bernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris
2-6 They Might Be Giants Baroque Hoedown
Written-By – Perrey, Kingsley*
2-7 Yes Close To The Edge
Written-By – Jon Anderson, Steve Howe

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Soundtrack of "Moog", a documentary by Hans Fjellestad on electronic musical instrument pioneer Robert Moog. Tracks on disc 2 are not featured in the film and therefore not mentioned on the sleeve. These tracks are only listed on the disc itself.

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Track 1 published by Hans Fjellestad (BMI)
Track 2 published by Kobalt Music Publishing. Courtesy of Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Disks Ltd
Track 3 published by Foot Foot Music/Larger Manthing Music (ASCAP)
Track 4 published by Perrey-Haugen Music Publishing, Copyright Control
Track 5 published by Virus House Music (BMI)
Track 6 published by Tweekland Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI)
Track 7 published by Basl Worl Music, Inc (BMI) and Mash-A-Mugg Music (BMI). Bernie Worrell appears courtesy of PurpleWOO Productions, Inc. Bootsy Collins appears courtesy of Thump Records
Track 8 published by Lumpy Spacetime Music (ASCAP) Courtesy of
Track 9 published by Callinblue Music (BMI) Courtesy of Subpop
Track 10 published by Hypercube Music (BMI)/Warner Chappell
Track 11 published by imputor? / Crazy Gnome (ASCAP) Courtesy of imputor?
Track 12 courtesy of Mil Records
Track 13 published by Pete DeVrise (BMI)
Track 14 published by Pinto / Universal Music (ASCAP)
Track 15 courtesy of Brain Escape Sandwich Records
Track 16 published by Movitone Music/Haven Gillespie Music (ASCAP) Courtesy of Thrill Jockery
Track 17 published by BMG Songs, Inc. (ASCAP) o/b/o BMG Music Publishing Ltd. and Fiction Songs Ltd.

Bonus disc:
Track 1 published by Lead Choice Limited/Music Sales Corp. (ASCAP) Courtesy of Leadclass Ltd. by arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing
Track 2 published by Universal-Songs of PolyGram Int., Inc. (BMI) Courtesy of Beggars Banquet Records Limited
Track 3 published by Edwin H. Morris & Co. (ASCAP) Licensed from and used by permission of Vanguard Records
Track 4 published by EMI Virgin Songs, Inc. (BMI) Produced under license from Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Track 5 published by Warner/Chappell Music, Ltd. (PRS) All rights on behalf of Warner/Chappell Music, Ltd. administered by WB Music Corp. Courtesy of Factory Communications Ltd. Produced under license from London-Sire Records Ltd.
Track 6 published by Polygram International Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP) Courtesy of Walt Disney Records
Track 7 published by Topographic Music Ltd. (ASCAP) All rights administered by WB Music Group. Produced under license from Elektra Entertainment Group

© ℗ 2004 Hollywood Records Inc.
Manufactured and marketed by Hollywood Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 20616 24712 4
  • ASIN: B0002XEDYE
  • Other (Disc 1 Catalog Number): 2061-62471-2CD1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): 206 162 4712CD01 02@ E UNIVERSAL
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 Inner): MADE IN USA BY UML
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L006
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 0370
  • Other (Disc 2 Catalog Number): 62471-2CD2
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): 206 162 4712CD02 01% A UNIVERSAL
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 Inner): MADE IN USA BY UML
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L007
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI 0398

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2061-62471-2 Various Moog (Original Film Soundtrack)(CD, Comp, Promo, Smplr) Hollywood Records 2061-62471-2 US 2004 Sell This Version
5050467-5716-2-4 Various Moog (Original Film Soundtrack)(CD, Comp) Hollywood Records 5050467-5716-2-4 Europe 2004 Sell This Version
2061-62471-2 Various Moog (Original Film Soundtrack)(CD, Comp) Hollywood Records 2061-62471-2 US 2004 Sell This Version



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January 22, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Sub-titled ‘Prime cuts from the original soundtrack’ which came out on 8th November 2004 and is “a documentary on (Bob) Moog’s collaborations with musicians over the years”. Sounds good stuff. I’m still impressed by the bank off knobs on these things and what comes out the other end. Moog has been making them for 50 years now and has played a defining role in the music scene from Tangerine Dream and (early) Roxy Music/Brian Eno to Donna Summer/Giorgio Moroder Disco to electro funk George Clinton/Bootsy Collins and countless more. However, the tracks “all produced on Moog instruments specifically for the soundtrack” left me disappointed. Whilst the Bonus Disc, is more of a tribute, they clearly wanted to stay away from a ‘Greatest Hits’ for the movie. Disc 2 tracks are probably familiar. On ELP's ‘Lucky Man’ Kieth Emerson only gets a minute at best to show off. Jean-Jaques Perrey's albums are rare and attract big £signs but you can find 'E.V.A' on lots of compilation, like BGP's ‘I Like It’ (1996). Devo's ‘Mongoloid’ isn't their best. Track 6 is some nonsense hoedown and the last track is ‘Close To The Edge’ by prog rocksters Yes. At least there's a variety. Synth heads will probably enjoy the film more than the soundtrack judging by the trailer. My advice to Moog fans is to keep twiddling your knobs (actual and virtual) as you might produce something better than this; generate exponentially damped sine signal to start and move on from there. Film directed by Hans Fjellestad. See trailer: