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The Stand (TV) soundtrack


The Stand (TV) (1994)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 03020654962
Label: Varese Sarabande
Label number: VSD 5496
Running time: 46m37s
Shipping date: May 24th, 1994
Original score by W.G. Snuffy Walden
 
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Project Blue [1:33]
2. The Dream Begins [2:08]
3. On the Road to Kansas [3:57]
4. The Trashmen in Vegas [1:58]
5. Headin' West [1:56]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
(Don't Fear) The Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult (found on the Miracle soundtrack CD)
Baby Can You Dig Your Man - Al Kooper
Boogie Fever - The Sylvers
Don't Dream It's Over - Crowded House (found on the Dinner With Friends (TV) soundtrack CD)
Sharped Dressed Man - ZZ Top

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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: I am after the name and artist of the song that is played in the opeing scenes of this TV movie. Thank you in advance. (from Purplejade in australia)
A: The very first song played, which is in the opening scenes, is called "Project Blue" and it is composed by W.G. Snuffy Walden. It is the first song on the soundtrack album. (thanks to Stitllams, New Zealandadd more info

Q: I am after the song that is playing immediately after the song "Don't Fear The Reaper." Only the start of the song is heard in a scene at the start of the movie, at about 6 minutes in and the music only lasts for about 30sec. It starts when the crow lands on the ground and goes to peck the doll and fades out when the service station sign appears. (from Stitllams in New Zealand)
A: That's part of the same song. It changes up like halfway through or something like that. (thanks to Struggler, The Intersticeadd more info


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