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Interview with the Vampire soundtrack


Interview with the Vampire (1994)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 72064247192
Label: Geffen
Label number: GEFD 24719
Running time: 48m56s
Shipping date: December 13th, 1994
Original score by Elliot Goldenthal
 
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Libera Me [2:47]
2. Born to Darkness, Pt. 1 [3:04]
3. Lestat's Tarantella [0:46]
4. Madaleine's Lament [3:04]
5. Claudia's Allegro Agitato [4:45]
...see complete tracklist
Trivia
One excellent track that did not make it to the film's soundtrack is Steve Vai's "Love Blood". It's an eerie hard rock piece with clever lyrics, great vocals, and scorching guitar work. The guitar solo is worth the purchase of the track, alone. Overall, it's a fun song and has a Halloween-esque, macabre vibe -- similar in spirit and in the same vein as Oingo Boingo's "Dead Man's Party". If you're into vampires, great guitar work, Halloween songs, Steve Vai, or hard rock in general, you'll probably enjoy this song very much.

The track is available on Steve Vai's 2001 album "The Elusive Light and Sound".

Speaking of the album and this track, Vai stated in an interview on his web site: "It also has "Love Blood", an intense rock track I recorded for Interview with the Vampire (but it never made it to the film) - it's one of my best solos of that whole era." (source: http://www.vai.com/boxset/interview.html)


Soundtrack Q & A
Q: What's the final song at the end of the movie, and who sings it???? (from Erika in Weston, WV)
A: "Sympathy for the Devil" by Guns N' Roses (thanks to SoundtrackNutzadd more info
A: The real name of it is "Adagio E Cantabile" - it sounds similar to Piano Sonata "Moonlight" by Beethoven. (thanks to Jim, Hull, U,Kadd more info

Q: What is the song playing when Lestat comes back from the Mississippi River? It's the one he plays on the piano. (from lou in Qu├ębec, Canada)
A: The closes thing I've found is "Lestat's Recitative." It's really much better when he played it on the piano... (thanks to Aly, Washingtonadd more info
A: Lestat is playing Joesph Haydn's sonata in Eb :) (thanks to Jude, Hastings, East Sussexadd more info

Q: What song does Claudia play when Lestat says "...play something on a more somber note..." ?
...from juliuzz in peru (answer juliuzz's question)

Q: What is the music playing after Lestat asks Claudia to play something on a more somber note, just before he kills the entire family?
...from BUTCH in wayne nj, USA (answer BUTCH's question)


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