Forbidden Zone (soundtrack)

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Forbidden Zone
Forbidden Zone (soundtrack).jpg
Soundtrack album by The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo
Released 1983
Recorded November 1978 - October 1979
Genre New wave, musical theatre, soundtrack
Oingo Boingo chronology
Forbidden Zone
(1978)
Demo EP
(1979)Demo EP1979

The Forbidden Zone OST is the soundtrack to Forbidden Zone, the 1980 cult film directed by Richard Elfman. The film's music was composed by Danny Elfman and performed by The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo. The original LP version contained 22 tracks.[1] In 1990 it was released with two tracks removed (possibly because of performing rights and copyright infringement).[2] An 18-track version is also known to exist.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Forbidden Zone" — 2:52
  2. "'Hercules' Family Theme" — 1:50
  3. "Some of These Days" — 2:55 (not included on some later re-releases)
  4. "Journey Through the Intestines" — 0:56
  5. "Squeezit's Vision of his 'Sister'" — 0:35
  6. "Queen's Revenge" — 2:32
  7. "Pico and Sepulveda" — 2:28 (only on original LP release)
  8. "Factory" — 1:00
  9. "Love Theme/Squeezit and the Chickens" — 0:45
  10. "Flash and Gramps" — 0:58
  11. "La Petite Tonkinoise" — 2:24 (only on original LP release)
  12. "Alphabet Song" — 2:01
  13. "Squeezit the Moocher (Minnie the Moocher)" — 4:50
  14. "Cell 63" — 1:21
  15. "Witch's Egg" — 2:23
  16. "Yiddishe Charleston" — 1:34
  17. "Bim Bam Boom" — 1:55 (not included on some later re-releases)
  18. "Chamber Music" — 2:01
  19. "Pleure" — 0:40
  20. "Battle of the Queens" — 3:08
  21. "Love Theme - King and Queen" — 1:15
  22. "Finale" — 3:25

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