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The Beautician and the Beast soundtrack


The Beautician and the Beast (1997)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 73138357982
Label: Milan
Label number: 35798
Running time: 30m47s
Shipping date: February 11th, 1997
Original score by Cliff Eidelman
 
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Prelude  [1:12]
2. Joy Falls On A Cloud  [1:18]
3. The Castle  [1:37]
4. Party Preparations  [1:40]
5. Walking On The Edge  [1:28]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
Paraffin - Ruby (found on the CD "Salt Peter")

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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: Hi, I know this movie is a little older, but I was hoping if someone could help me. I'm looking for the title of the song that is played in the secret club of the movie. The one that everyone is dancing to when they walk into the club. Does anyone know the title of the song? Please help, that song is so cool. (from Rachel in Portage, MI USA)
A: I'm pretty sure that you're talking about "Paraffin" by Ruby. (thanks to Lauren, VAadd more info

Q: What song, the classic tune, the symphonic one, with violins and cellos, is the one playing when she's walking down the stairs?
...from athias in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (answer athias's question)

Q: The music is recorded by the London Met Orchestra. Are there real orchestra members appearing in the ballroom scene, especially when Boris and Joy are alone on the dance floor--or are they just 'extras' making it look good?
...from coxyde123 in Seattle, WA, USA (answer coxyde123's question)

Q: What song is playing when Fran Drescher comes out of the bathroom? After "Parrafin" by Ruby.
...from Rose in Florida (answer Rose's question)


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