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Rocky Horror Picture Show / OST

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Rocky Horror Picture Show / OST

980 ฿

– Side 1 –
1 Richard O’Brien Science Fiction / Double Feature 4:30
2 Barry Bostwick & Susan Sarandon Dammit Janet 2:51
3 Richard O’Brien, Barry Bostwick & Susan Sarandon Over At The Frankenstein Place 2:37
4 Richard O’Brien, Little Nell, Patricia Quinn, Charles Gray (2) & Transylvanians, The The Time Warp 3:15
5 Tim Curry Sweet Transvestite 3:21
6 Tim Curry I Can Make You A Man 2:07
7 Meat Loaf Hot Patootie – Bless My Soul 3:00
8 Tim Curry I Can Make You A Man (Reprise) 1:44
– Side 2 –
1 Susan Sarandon Touch-A, Touch-A, Touch Me 2:27
2 Jonathan Adams Eddie 2:44
3 Barry Bostwick, Susan Sarandon, Little Nell & Peter Hinwood Floor Show 2:46
4 Tim Curry Fanfare / Don’t Dream It
5 Tim Curry & Richard O’Brien Wild And Untamed Thing
6 Tim Curry I’m Going Home 2:48
7 Barry Bostwick & Susan Sarandon Super Heroes 2:45
8 Richard O’Brien Science Fiction / Double Feature (Reprise) 1:26

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Coloured LP. The Rocky Horror Picture Show is the original soundtrack album to the 1975 film The Rocky Horror Picture Show, an adaptation of the musical The Rocky Horror Show that had opened in 1973. The soundtrack was released as an album in 1975 by Ode Records, produced by Richard Hartley. The album peaked at No. 49 on the Billboard 200 in 1978. It reached No. 40 on the Australian albums chart and No. 11 on the New Zealand albums chart. Following it’s initial release, the album was not successful, and was deleted everywhere but in Canada. Marty Scott, co-founder of Jem Records, obtained a licensing agreement from Ode Records owner Lou Adler, which enabled the album to be imported to the United States. Scott also obtained a production and distribution license from Adler, which resulted in renewed interest in the album.