Saturday, November 29, 2008

Magnum Force

Last week, I posted the score for "Dirty Harry". Here's the score for "Magnum Force", the first of the "Dirty Harry" sequels. Enjoy....

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Harry Callahan: Well, I just work for the city, Briggs!
Lieutenant Briggs: So do I, longer than you, and I never had to take my gun out of its holster once. I'm proud of that.
Harry Callahan: Well, you're a good man, lieutenant. A good man always knows his limitations...

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Dirty Harry

This is one of my favorite Clint Eastwood titles, right along with the other four in the "Dirty Harry" series. There need to be more police officers like this on the streets. The crime rate would probably drop drastically, but lawsuits against the cities would probably rise. Enjoy this soundtrack from an awesome cop movie....

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[Harry Callahan has to explain why he shot a man]
Harry Callahan: Well, when an adult male is chasing a female with intent to commit rape, I shoot the bastard. That's my policy.
The Mayor: Intent? How did you establish that?
Harry Callahan: When a naked man is chasing a woman through an alley with a butcher's knife and a hard-on, I figure he isn't out collecting for the Red Cross!
[walks out of the room]
The Mayor: He's got a point.

Monday, November 10, 2008

Piledriver: The Wrestling Album 2

Thank God for torrent files. I saw this gem and latched onto it right away. This is the second release by the WWE. I had this on vinyl back in the good old days. I don't even think this was released on CD. This release helped to pave the way for the current slew of WWE collections featuring entrance themes of their performers. Take a listen to this one just to hear Vince McMahon (yes, that Vince McMahon) performing on one of the tracks. Other standout tracks on this album feature the entrance themes for The Honky Tonk Man and Demolition. Enjoy this otherwise unavailable gem....

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Piledriver: The Wrestling Album 2

The Wrestling Album

This is the first album that the WWE released in the mid-80's to "showcase" the talents of some of their superstars. This is worth just the listen to hear Roddy Piper doing one of the cuts on this 1985 out of print release. Enjoy....

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The Wrestling Album


I know I've neglected this blog for quite a while, but I've been hanging out at mt other blog. Here's the soundtrack for the first of the current "Doctor Who" spin-off's. It's a cool show, but there are some themes in it which may put off some viewers. Enjoy...

Captain Jack Harkness: [voiceover during first season opening] Torchwood: outside the government, beyond the police. Tracking down alien life on Earth, arming the human race against the future. The twenty-first century is when everything changes. And you gotta be ready.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

New Blog

I've started a new blog, HORRORPHILE's BOOK SHOPPE. Please stop over and check it out. Comments on what you think of it or what you want to see on it are welcome....

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull

Here's what's probably the soundtrack from the last cinematic outing of Indiana Jones. Enjoy....

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Indiana Jones: I've got a bad feeling about this.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Louder Than Hell

Sam Kinison was one of Comedy's two bad boys from the Modern Age (Andrew "Dice" Clay being the other). Sam took comedy to new levels of popularity by headlining arenas while most comics were still performing in clubs and theaters. He also had the gift to make you laugh and cringe at the same time. No topic was sacred to him. He tore apart everything from relationships to organized religion. He was brash, loud, politically incorrect, but most of all, he was funny as hell. Enjoy the long out of print debut release from this comic genius....

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Sam Kinison - Louder Than Hell

Monday, June 16, 2008

The Golden Age Of Wireless

This is one of my favorite albums from the Summer of 83. It's hard to believe that it's 25 years old. At first, I couldn't stand this album. It sort of grew on me though. Enjoy this classic piece of 80's synth rock....

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The Golden Age Of Wireless

Sunday, May 4, 2008

Billy Idol - Storytellers

I wasn't a big fan of VH1's Storytellers series until I received this CD. I love hearing the acoustic version of some of Billy Idol's best. Enjoy....

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Billy Idol - Storytellers

Monday, March 31, 2008

40 Year-Old Virgin

Here's a soundtrack from the twisted people who brought you Superbad and a host of other frat humor films. You'll never view Lionel Richie's "Hello" the same after watching this one if you haven't done so. Enjoy....


Trish: And what is this?
Andy Stitzer: [sounding exasperated] A vagina.
[last lines]
Trish: So how was it?

New Hope For The Wretched

Here's one of my favorites from the early 80's. I still remember seeing this band on the decunct ABC series "Fridays". It had to be late night TV that had this band on. I don't think that many parents would want their children watching a blond with black electrician's tape covering her nipples engaging in all sorts of violent behavior during family viewing time. Enjoy this loud and fast gem. Here's a warning to the kiddies: try being a guitar hero to this one....

New Hope For The Wretched

Friday, March 21, 2008

Doctor Who - Series Three

Here's some more music from the new version of my all-time favorite sci-fi TV series. You can probably find this one in the import or soundtrack section of your favorite record store or Best Buy. Enjoy....


Martha Jones: I battle with textbooks.
The Doctor: I battle with monsters.
Martha Jones: I've tried to save money.
The Doctor: I've tried to save the universe.
Martha Jones: I'm going to be a doctor.
The Doctor: I *am* the Doctor.
Martha Jones: Well, let's hope this box is big enough for the both of us.

Sunday, February 24, 2008

A Nightmare On Elm Street

This is one of my favorite all-time modern horror films. This has some great lines, innovative death scenes, and a killer with a sense of humor and a gift of great comic timing. This is a rip of my CD with the song "Nightmare", which played over the credits, added as a bonus track of sorts. I'd like to take the opportunity to thank "The Ripper" over at the Inferno Music Crypt for posting that one. Enjoy....


Hallguard: Where's your pass?
Nancy: Screw your pass.
Hallguard: [off screen] Hey... Nancy!
[flashing Freddy's finger knives]
Hallguard: No running in the hallways!


Here's the soundtrack from one of the greatest comedies of the 80's. I remember that you couldn't go anywhere without hearing the title track from this one. Enjoy....


Dana Barrett: Are you the Keymaster?
Dr. Peter Venkman: Not that I know of.
[She slams the door in his face. Venkman knocks again]
Dana Barrett: Are you the Keymaster?
Dr. Peter Venkman: Yes. Actually I'm a friend of his, he asked me to meet him here

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Classic Kiss

I finally got the third and final volume in the "Kissology" DVD series. Watching all of the old KISS concerts from the era when they had the makeup on brought back a lot of the twisted memories of my mispent youth. I don't know about you folks out there in blogland, but I prefer the KISS era with makeup over their era without the makeup. It was just something there that made them larger that life when they had the makeup on. The mystique seemed to vanish when they unmasked. Enjoy some clasic rock....


KISS - Hotter Than Hell

KISS - Dressed To Kill

KISS - Alive!

KISS - Destroyer

KISS - Rock And Roll Over

KISS - Love Gun

KISS - Alive II

KISS - Dynasty

KISS - Unmasked

KISS - Music From The Elder

KISS - Killers

KISS - Creatures Of The Night

KISS - Psycho Circus

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Midnight Syndicate

This is some great music. I'll usually listen to this stuff when I'm on the computer or on headphones in a dark room. If you want to listen to some great atmospheric music, give these a try. You might just like it. This collection is missing their first release "Midnight Syndicate" and "Out Of The Darkness". If anyone out there knows where I can acquire or find these, please be kind enough to let me know. Enjoy....

Midnight Syndicate - Born Of The Night

Midnight Syndicate - Realm Of Shadows

Midnight Syndicate - Gates Of Delirium

Midnight Syndicate - Vampyre

Midnight Syndicate - Dungeons & Dragons

Midnight Syndicate - The 13th Hour

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull

I just saw this and I want to share this with whoever happens to run across my blog. I can't wait for this one. It's a shame this wasn't shown during the Superbowl though. Enjoy....

Saturday, February 9, 2008


This movie reminded me so much of my own youth that it's not even funny. I went through everything these guys went through. I wanted a phony ID, booze, and every girl that I came across. Fogell (or McLovin) is the funniest character in this movie. Enjoy this teen comedy soundtrack....


Evan: You changed your name to McLovin?
Seth: It doesn't even have a first name, it just says McLovin!
Evan: The guy's either going think 'here's another guy with a fake ID', or here's McLovin, 25 year old Hawaiian organ donor. Okay? So what's it gonna be?
Fogell: [grinning] I am McLovin.

Uncle Buck

This was John Candy's best film. If you haven't seen this movie, I would definitely say to check this one out. Macaulay Culkin and the other kids steal every scene that they're in. Enjoy....

Uncle Buck:

Buck: Did you brush your teeth?
Miles: Yeah. You can even feel my toothbrush.
Buck: You know, I have a friend who works at the crime lab at the police station. I could give him your toothbrush and he could run a test on it... to see if you actually brushed your teeth... or just ran your toothbrush under the faucet.
[Miles imagines hearing sirens, Buck leaves]
Maisy Russell: If that's true, we're gonna REALLY have to start brushing our teeth.

Friday, February 8, 2008

The Spy Who Shagged Me

This movie was the funniest one of the trilogy in my opinion. It introduced the world to the characters of Mini-Me and Fat Bastard. It also had two great soundtrack albums. Enjoy.....

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me:

Scott: [both are the Jerry Springer show] How could you do this to me? On national television!
Dr. Evil: Well throw me a freakin' bone here, Scott.
Scott: Why did you run out on me?
Dr. Evil: Because you're not quite evil enough.
[audience boos]
Dr. Evil: Well it's true! It's true! You're semi-evil. You're quasi-evil. You're the margarine of evil. You're the Diet Coke of evil. Just one calorie, not evil enough.

More Music From Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me:

Scott: Look, I was wondering if we could work all this out? You are, after all, my father.
Dr Evil: Scott, you had your chance, okay? I've already had someone created in my image. He's evil, he wants to take over the world, and he fits easily into most overhead storage bins.
Scott: Him? Look at him, he's crazy. He's like a vicious little Chihuahua thing. He'll kill me the first chance he gets.
Dr Evil: Probably.

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Acid Eaters

Normally, I'm not a big fan of cover songs. Very few bands can pull off a sucessful cover verion of another band's music. The Ramones pull it off quite well with this release. Standout tracks on this album include "Journey To The Center Of The Mind", "Somebody To Love", & "Out Of Time". Enjoy....

Acid Eaters

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Hot Fuzz

Here's the soundtrack for another hilarious film by Simon Pegg. This has a spot on my video shelf right next to "Shaun Of The Dead". Enjoy....

Nicholas Angel: [turning around to face a group of school children] Are there any questions?
Danny Butterman: [sitting at the back of a group of school children] Is it true that there's a point on a man's head where if you shoot it, it will blow up?

Shaun Of The Dead

This movie is one that will keep you in stitches if you have an appreciation for British humor. Enjoy this one....

Shaun Of The Dead

Saturday, February 2, 2008

Ready To Rumble

This film is a guilty pleasure of mine. It has wrestlers and gross-out humor in it. Just the thing for me to watch when I need a pick-me-up fix. This film was released just as the notorious "Monday Night War" was going on between Ted Turner's World Championship Wrestling and Vince McMahon's World Wrestling Federation. WCW hyped this movie to the extent that David Arquette somehow became the WCW World Heavyweight Champion. Enjoy this out of print gem....

Eugenia King: What are ya high? I haven't seen him in two years. All I've got to remember him by is an itchy crotch. You ever see crabs up close? Wanna see?

Gordie Boggs: Fantastic!

Friday, February 1, 2008

From The Inside

This is a great album. Personally, it's my favorite album by Alice Cooper. It was inspired by a 1977 stint in rehab. The songs on this intensely personal album were all based on the other patients who were there at the time with him. All of the songs were written by both Cooper and long-time Elton John collaborator, Bernie Taupin. There are no standout tracks on this album. All of the tracks are standout tracks. Enjoy....

From The Inside

Weird Tales Of The Ramones

Here's another Ramones anthology. I know that there are tons of them out there, but this is my favorite one of the bunch. It's a nice package and pretty comprehensive. Enjoy....

Weird Tales Of The Ramones Disc 1
Weird Tales Of The Ramones Disc 2
Weird Tales Of The Ramones Disc 3

Monday, January 28, 2008

Halloween (2007) Score

I didn't even think that something like this even existed. There's the movie soundtrack with sound bites and music featured in the film, but there wasn't a score until a friend of mine e-mailed it to me. I like the music from the movie, but the combination of Michael Myers and "Tom Sawyer" by Rush was just a tad too much for me. Be warned - there are no track numbers for the songs on the score. You'll just have to go by memory or mix the tunes as you like. If someone has a track listing, I would be greatly appreciative. Enjoy Tyler Bates' score for the Rob Zombie version of "Halloween"......

Halloween Score:
These eyes will deceive you, they will destroy you. They will take from you, your innocence, your pride, and eventually your soul. These eyes do not see what you and I see. Behind these eyes one finds only blackness, the absence of light, these are the eyes of a psychopath.

Animal House

Recently, I posted the soundtrack for "Borat", which was one of the funniest things I've seen in a long time. I wanted to share both the original score and soundtrack for "National Lampoon's Animal House. I saw this movie and it brought me to tears. I could go on and on about "Animal House", but then the post would be way too long. These were found over at the Universal Horror Sounds blog. Thanks for posting not only the extended soundtrack (including "Who's Sorry Now by Connie Francis and "Theme From A Summer Place" by Harry Mancini) and Elmer Bernstein's original score. I didn't even know that it even existed. If you've been living in a cave and have never seen "Animal House", I would suggest you get away from you computer to rent or buy this comedy masterpiece. Enjoy......

Animal House Soundtrack:
"Food Fight"

Animal House Original Score:
"Over? Nothing is Over! Was It Over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? Nothing is over until we say it's over!"

Monday, January 21, 2008

The Life And Crimes Of Alice Cooper

I seem to be on some sort of phase with Horror-themed rock these days. Don't know why, but I'm not complaining about it. Here's the box set "The Life And Crimes Of Alice Cooper". Alice was the pioneer when it came to making sure his fans not only heard good music, but saw an awesome show. Enjoy....

The Life And Crimes Of Alice Cooper Disc One

The Life And Crimes Of Alice Cooper Disc Two

The Life And Crimes Of Alice Cooper Disc Three

The Life And Crimes Of Alice Cooper Disc Four

Black Sabbath

While the Misfits were the first of the "Horrorpunk" genre, Black Sabbath were and still are the undisputed kings of Dark Rock. The band has had several incarnations, but the original line-up from 1970 - 1978 with Ozzy Osbourne is the most widely recognized incarnation of the band. Ronnie James Dio came in to fill Ozzy's vacancy in 1980 to usher in their second era. While the music was good, I hated to see Sabbath live during this time because Dio always seemed to be a pompous posturing twit on stage. Dio was with the band until 1982 when some sort of backstage politics got him out of the band. In 1983, Sabbath sort of became like Spinal Tap in the same respect that the vocalist spot seemed to be a revolving door with even Dio coming back and then leaving again in a childish temper tantrum. Now Dio's back with some of the original band, who's now performing as "Heaven & Hell". Enjoy the sound of Sabbath's greatest hits....

Symptom Of The Universe Disc One
Symptom Of The Universe Disc Two

Black Sabbath - The Dio Years

Black Sabbath - The Sabbath Stones