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Frantic soundtrack

Frantic (1988)
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 07559607822
Label: Elektra
Label number: 960782
Running time: 40m43s
Shipping date: October 25th, 1990
Original score by Ennio Morricone
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1.  I'm Gonna Lose You - Simply Red [4:05]
2. Frantic [4:06]
3. On the Roofs of Paris [6:02]
4. One Flugel Horn [3:18]
5. Six Short Interludes [4:32]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
Chicago Song - David Sanborn
I've Seen That Face Before (Libertango) - Grace Jones
Jah Rastafari - Culture
Something Tells Me - Tiger Moon
The More I See You - Chris Montez

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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: What is the name of the song played while Emmanuelle Seigner and Harrison Ford were dancing? Is it on the soundtrack? Is the soundtrack available to purchase? (from Mary in Chicago)
A: The name of the song is "I've Seen That Face Before," performed by Grace Jones. It is not on the discontinued (and hard to find) soundtrack. (thanks to OSTiadd more info
A: You can find what I believe is the movie version of the song "I've Seen That Face Before" on itunes, album: Pop Goes Ballroom: Tango, Count Dee's Danceport Unlimited. I bought the song, which is different from Grace Jones' versions on itunes, which I purchased to compare. The french female singer from the Count Dee's version sounds different than the Grace Jones' versions, yet Grace is given credit on imdb for the song. It sounds like two different women to me. (thanks to youngblood, Victoria, B.C.add more info

Q: When Harrison Ford is in the Blue Parrott bar talking to the Rastafarian about Dede, there is saxophone music in the background. What song/music is this? Please let me know the performer and what soundtrack this is on. (from Sherri in Arizona)
A: David Sanborn, Chicago Song 1975 (thanks to roatan, las vagas via roatanadd more info

Q: There is some kind of a french song playing when they are both in the car, and it's night time. What is this song? (from AndyV in UK)
A: "Libertango - I've Seen That Face Before," performed by Grace Jones (thanks to tl, nycadd more info

Q: I remember a song (I'm not sure, but remember is in french) when they're dancing at a disco... This song is soft, sensual... could you tell me which song is it and who sings it? (from REYNA in Mexico City, Mexico)
A: Reynita, es la de cardenales de nuevo leon (thanks to Hola, Piedras Negras Coahuila Mexicoadd more info

Q: I would like to know the title and singer of the song playing when Emmanuelle Seigner wears a red dress and dances in the club and tries to make Harrison Ford dance as well. Thank you!! (from Elina in United Kingdom, London)
A: "I've Seen That Face Before" by Grace Jones. musica de Astor Piazzola,esta foi umas das melhores cenas do cinema que vi ate hoje. (thanks to elias simoes ferrao, brasil add more info

Q: There is a scene where Harrison Ford wakes up and doesn't know where he is. After that he walks through the room where about five men are playing some funk music. Could you tell me what is this group? (from ouzei in Finland)
A: At the end of the film the credits read "House Boat Band - Funky French Family." (thanks to Clancy25, Englandadd more info
A: This is also referred to elsewhere as "Fonky French Family." Has anyone actually found this band/song anywhere? (thanks to Demat, UKadd more info

Q: What is the theme music playing when Harrison Ford wakes up and sees the statue upside down?
...from SD in NY,NY (answer SD's question)

Q: What is the song playing (male voice) when Harrison Ford is in Emmanuelle Seigner's apartment?
...from mike in usa (answer mike's question)

Q: What's the song performed by a female singer, heard just before Seigner and Ford dance in the nightclub... sounds like "As Years Go By" la la la la la la la la la la la la... any information would be appreciated. Thanks in advance. (from hag in SD)
A: Hi, The title is, "The More I See You." This version is by Chris Montez and was popular in the 1960s. There is a Michael Buble version, as well. Although Michael is a good singer, I still favor the Chris Montez version as the arrangement is so coooool and I danced to it in the 60s. Hope this answer helps. Loved all the music in this fun movie. (thanks to Buff, Los Angelesadd more info

Q: What's the haunting music playing at the end of the film with Dr Walker and his Mrs in the back seat of the car being driven down the motorway and the credits are rolling? I thank you for any information. (from matron in Finningley, South Yorkshire, England)
A: "Frantic" by Ennio Morricone (thanks to Debs, Londonadd more info

Q: What is the harmonica piece called at the end?
...from maurizio in taranto, Italia (answer maurizio's question)

Q: This movie was on TV last night here in Scotland. What's the name of the rather haunting song which is played after Walker first meets Michelle and they go into her apartment? It's just after they have the fight on the stairs and she goes into her apartment to change, and he can't find her phone. I thinks she switches on the radio and this song is playing.
...from Robert in Glasgow, UK (answer Robert's question)

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