Monday, June 30, 2008

More music from "Until The End Of The World"

A few months ago, I started talking to Kevin Sartori creator of the great blog, Psychotic Leisure Music (One of the biggest inspirations for my blog). We decided to pool our resources and come up with as many of the songs from UTEOFTW as we could find. Together we came up with most every song that was on that fine film including the music that the actors made. Now the official OST is still in print so we decided not to offer the complete collection we assembled, but it did seem appropriate to offer the songs that aren't on the OST. So here is a link to a file of nearly everything that was on the film that isn't already on the OST or the unreleased score (which you can get at Psychotic Leisure Music). This collection does feature a few of Graeme Revell's unreleased score tracks, all of the AKA Pygmy music, aboriginal music and most of the actor's jams. Combine this with the official OST and score and you have almost everything that was on this fine film. Thanks again to Kevin for his fine contributions to this project, be sure and get the unreleased score from his fine blog.

Download Missing From UTEOTW
check out unreleased score

4 comments:

riko said...

WOW! Magnificent! Thank you so very much!

Dj Diabolik said...

Thanks for the post! I've loved this film for many years and it's great to have all the music not on the OST. I'd like to point out tho, that they're called the Baka Pygmies. Not the AKA Pygmies. I only mention it in the spirit of historical accuracy! Please don't take offence! Thanks again.

killingtheteratoma said...

Not sure if you realized this or not but the 2 STs that you have compiled both contain Chubby Checker's The Twist. I found it rather interesting as they are both my 2 favorite STs. :)

Steve Engler said...

Yes that is true! I might mention that finding the original recording of The Twist was quite difficult. A re-recording (probably made by K-tel) has become the prevalent version available. I had to purchase a CD of his original Parkway/Cameo recordings to get the real deal. So I'm glad you like the song and the STs.