There are many things to like about A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, including actress Tuesday Knight’s singing voice. Read on for the skinny on what we’re talking about!
From the Press Release
Tuesday Knight is officially releasing her iconic hit song “Nightmare” from A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master on CD and vinyl for the first time ever. The song was not included on the original soundtrack. This is a song that has only been available from people who have ripped it directly from the movie and posted it online.
Tuesday has set up a Kickstarter campaign that is being used as the only method of pre-orders. Basically, when you pledge to the campaign, you are purchasing either a CD, vinyl record, or both. Everything comes signed by Tuesday.
The campaign ends April 15, 2015. Our goal is to raise $20,000. That money is going towards making the product, shipping needs, labor, and a hefty licensing fee. If the goal is met, products should be at people’s doorsteps by June of this year.
The track listing is as follows:
- Nightmare (Movie Version HQ)
- Nightmare (Studio Version HQ)
- Nightmare (Instrumental)
- Nightmare (2015 version)
- Nightmare (The Flight Away Instrumental)
- Nightmare (DJ Sasha REMIX)
- Nightmare (The Flight Away)
- Ivory Tower (From the Motion Picture Mad About You)
- Out of Control (Tuesday Morning Mix)
- Every Breath You Take (From the TV Show “The Profiler”)
- Maria (Rapture Acoustic Dub)
- Never Too Late
- Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?
Tuesday is really doing this for the fans. For 27 years people have been asking where they can get their hands on a physical release of this song, and this is going to be their one and only opportunity to do so. Truly, this release features every version of the song any fan could ever DREAM of.