Dark Shadows - Ost - Soundtrack
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This special song soundtrack showcases famous tracks by legendary artists, focusing on the years around 1972, when the movie is set. It kicks off with The Moody Blues' iconic Nights In White Satin, a million-seller on its re-release in 1972, and includes such chart-toppers as Barry White's early disco classic You're the First, the Last, My Everything, one of his biggest hits, and the melodic soft rock of The Carpenters' number-one single Top of the World from 1973. The dark and menacing sides of the movie are reflected in some harder, rougher tracks. Iggy Pop and The Stooges contribute I'm Sick Of You, and there are two numbers by Alice Cooper: The Ballad Of Dwight Fry from his the third album, Love It to Death (1971), and a hard-rock track in No More Mr. Nice Guy, a single (1973) from Cooper's top-selling album Billion Dollar Babes. By way of contrast The Raspberries perform the hit Go All the Way in their clean-cut style. Further variety is provided by Donovan's Season Of The Witch, an early psychedelic song first heard in 1966, and Bang A Gong (Get It On), the best-known title by the English glam-rockers T. Rex.
- Nights In White Satin - The Moody Blues
- Dark Shadows - Prologue - Danny Elfman; Metro Voices; Thomas Bowes; Rick Wentworth; Jenny O'Grady; Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School; Scott Price
- I'm Sick Of You - Iggy Pop
- Season Of The Witch - Donovan
- Top Of The World - The Carpenters
- You're The First, My Last, My Everything - Barry White
- Get It On - T. Rex
- No More Mr. Nice Guy - Alice Cooper
- Ballad Of Dwight Fry - Alice Cooper
- The End? - Danny Elfman; Metro Voices; Thomas Bowes; Rick Wentworth; Jenny O'Grady; Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School; Scott Price
- The Joker - Johnny Depp; Metro Voices; Danny Elfman; Thomas Bowes; Rick Wentworth; Jenny O'Grady; Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School; Scott Price