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Three Hammer Legacy Soundtracks Coming from Silva Screen





As horror fans know better than anyone, the best way to beef up a film's mood and atmosphere is through the use of music, and few did that better than the composers who worked for Hammer Films in its heyday. Which is why we're thrilled to pass on the news that three new compilations of Hammer film soundtrack music will be made available through Silva Screen on March 28th.

Released as part of The Hammer Legacy series, "The Vampire Collection", "The Frankenstein Collection", and "The Science Fiction Collection" will feature some of the best music from the likes of Hammer composers Tristram Cary, Harry Robinson and James Bernard.

According to the official Hammer website the downloadable soundtracks will be available through iTunes and other digital retailers.

The complete track listing is below:

  • THE HAMMER LEGACY: THE VAMPIRE COLLECTION

    1. Kiss Of The Vampire - Opening Credits (James Bernard)
    2. Kiss Of The Vampire - Vampire Rhapsody (James Bernard)
    3. The Vampire Lovers - Opening Credits (Harry Robinson)
    4. Countess Dracula - Opening Credits (Harry Robinson)
    5. Lust For A Vampire - Opening Credits (Harry Robinson)
    6. Lust For A Vampire - The Dream "Strange Love" (Harry Robinson)
    7. Twins Of Evil - Opening Credits (Harry Robinson)
    8. Vampire Circus - Opening Credits (David Whitaker)
    9. Vampire Circus - The Tiger Dance (David Whitaker)
    10. Captain Kronos-Vampire Hunter - Main Titles (Laurie Johnson)
    11. The Legend Of The 7 Golden Vampires (James Bernard)
    12. The Legend Of The 7 Golden Vampires - Ambush (James Bernard)
    13. The Legend Of The 7 Golden Vampires - The Battle Rages (James Bernard)
    14. The Legend Of The 7 Golden Vampires - Introducing Vanessa Buren (James Bernard)

    Three Hammer Legacy Soundtracks Coming from Silva Screen

  • THE HAMMER LEGACY: THE FRANKENSTEIN COLLECTION

    1. The Curse Of Frankenstein - Opening Credits (James Bernard)
    2. The Revenge Of Frankenstein - End Credits (Leonard Salzedo)
    3. The Evil Of Frankenstein - Opening Credits (Don Banks)
    4. Frankenstein Created Woman (James Bernard)
    5. Frankenstein Must Be Destoyed - Opening Credits & The Death Of Anna (James Bernard)
    6. Frankenstein Must Be Destoyed - Liberating Brandt (James Bernard)
    7. Frankenstein Must Be Destoyed - Frankenstein's Lust (James Bernard)
    8. Frankenstein Must Be Destoyed - Brandt Awakens (James Bernard)
    9. Frankenstein Must Be Destoyed - End Credits (James Bernard)
    10. The Horror Of Frankenstein (Malcolm Williamson)
    11. Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell - Helder Meets The Other Patients (James Bernard)
    12. Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell - The Monster Recovers (James Bernard)
    13. Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell - Death Of The Monster (James Bernard)
    14. Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell - Finale (James Bernard)

    Three Hammer Legacy Soundtracks Coming from Silva Screen

  • THE HAMMER LEGACY: THE SCIENCE-FICTION COLLECTION

    1. The Quatermass Xperiment - Opening Credits (James Bernard)
    2. Quatermass 2 - Opening Credits / Things In The Domes / End Credits (James Bernard)
    3. Quatermass And The Pit (Tristram Cary)
    4. Quatermass And The Pit - Hideous Dwarf (Tristram Cary)
    5. Quatermass And The Pit - Demons (Tristram Cary)
    6. Quatermass And The Pit - Terror (Tristram Cary)
    7. Quatermass And The Pit - Panic (Tristram Cary)
    8. Quatermass And The Pit - The End - Birth Of Hob (Armando Sciascia)
    9. Quatermass And The Pit - Finale and End Credits (unused) (Tristram Cary)
    10. Quatermass And The Pit - End Credits (Dennis Farnon)
    11. Quatermass And The Pit - Electronic Music (Tristram Cary)
    12. Moon Zero Two (Don Ellis)

    Three Hammer Legacy Soundtracks Coming from Silva Screen

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    LifeMi's picture

    The Frankenstein Soundtrack sounds great, but the Vampire Soundtrack is seriously lacking. Where's Horror of Dracula and Prince of Darkness?


    Submitted by LifeMi on Mon, 02/21/2011 - 9:58pm.

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