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Ghostbusters (score) soundtrack


Ghostbusters (score) (1984)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: none
Label: Varese Sarabande Club
Label number: VCL 0306 1046
Running time: 69m16s
Shipping date: March 15th, 2006
Original score by Elmer Bernstein
 
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Ghostbusters Theme
2. Library/Title
3. Venkman
4. Walk
5. Hello
...see complete tracklist
Additional soundtrack info
Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony, conducted by Elmer Bernstein. Orchestrations by Peter Bernstein and David Spear. Mixed by Robert Fernandez. Ondes martenot performed by Cynthia Millar.

Liner notes by James Lochner.

Limited Collector's Edition of 3000 copies.


Trivia
On the CD itself, the Varese Sarabande splotch logo has been crossed out in the same fashion as the popular Ghostbusters logo.

Soundtrack Q & A
Q: When Ray and Winston are driving across the bridge near the end of the movie, they have a discussion about the dead rising from the grave. Winston says something along the lines of "...has it ever occurred to you that the dead are rising from the graves?" and Ray replies, "How bout some music?" What is that song? (from av in louisville ky)
A: The song you're mentioning is actually part of the film's score by Elmer Bernstein, and the song in question is "Judgement Day" on the Varese Sarabande setup of the score. (thanks to Beardo, Columbia, SCadd more info

Q: What's the song/track playing when the vault gets opened up and all the ghosts escape and terrorize the whole town? It sounds like a synthpop/electronic song. (from H in dallas)
A: This is actually the back end part of Mick Smiley's "Magic." Unlike the previous song in question, this one actually is on the soundtrack. The first part of the song is passable. (thanks to Noteminer, NY,NYadd more info


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