Various ‎– Tales From The Crypt (Original Music From)

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Big Screen Records ‎– 9 24462-2, Giant Records ‎– 9 24462-2
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1 Danny Elfman Tales From The Crypt (Main Title)
Composed By – Danny Elfman
2:26
2 Jan Hammer Three's A Crowd
Composed By – Jan Hammer
3:49
3 James Horner Cutting Cards
Composed By – James Horner
3:44
4 Jimmy Webb Loved To Death
Composed By – Jimmy Webb
3:17
5 David Mansfield Dead Wait
Composed By – David Mansfield
4:04
6 Nicholas Pike Undertaking Parlor
Composed By – Nicholas Pike
3:10
7 Bruce Broughton Carrion Death
Composed By – Bruce Broughton
3:31
8 Miles Goodman Ventriloquist's Dummy
Composed By – Miles Goodman
3:32
9 David Newman The Thing From The Grave
Composed By – David Newman
2:53
10 Ry Cooder The Man Who Was Death
Composed By – Ry Cooder
4:22
11 Cliff Eidelman Reluctant Vampire
Composed By – Cliff Eidelman
3:50
12 Steve Bartek Deadline
Composed By – Steve Bartek
3:30
13 The Crypt Keeper The Crypt Jam
Performer – The Crypt Keeper, John KassirWritten-By, Producer – Chuckii Booker
4:31

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Notes

All titles published by Crypt Songs (ASCAP) except 1, 5, 8, 9, 10, 12 published by Songs Crypt (BMI), 2 published by Crypt Songs (ASCAP)/Country & Eastern Music, Inc. (ASCAP) and 13 published by Big Giant Music/Count Chuckula Music (BMI).

Mastered at Ocean View Digital Mastering, Los Angeles, CA.

Jan Hammer appears courtesy of MCA Records Ltd.
Ry Cooder appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records.

(Back cover) Manufactured exclusively by Warner Bros. Records Inc., A Time Warner Company. Artwork and composition © 1989, 1990, 1991 Tales From The Crypt Holding. © ℗ 1992 Giant Records. Made in U.S.A.
(CD) Made in U.S.A. by WEA Manufacturing.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 075992446228
  • Other (SPARS Code): AAD
  • Matrix / Runout: 1 24462-2 SRC*03 M1S3

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chadergeist

chadergeist

November 17, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
David Newman's The Thing From The Grave has a flau in it where the music's volume gets low for a while and then comes back to regular volume. All cds and cassettes have this flau.