Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie: Original Soundtrack Album
|Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie: Original Soundtrack Album|
|Soundtrack album by |
|Released||June 8, 1995|
|Producer||Happy Walters (exec)|
Pilar McCurry (exec)
|Power Rangers Film Soundtrack chronology|
|Singles from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie: Original Soundtrack Album|
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie: Original Soundtrack Album is the licensed soundtrack to the 1995 Twentieth Century Fox film Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie. It was released by Fox Records and Atlantic Records on June 8, 1995 on Audio CD and Compact Cassette.
Despite several of the songs heard in the movie being well known and older, the album featured the highest profile musical talent the series had been associated with up until that point. The music of Van Halen, They Might Be Giants, Devo, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Roxette, Dan Hartman, and Buckethead was used throughout the film. The single released to promote the soundtrack was Shampoo's Trouble, although the commercials for the film used both this and Snap's hit "The Power".
- The Power Rangers Orchestra – "Go Go Power Rangers"
- Red Hot Chili Peppers – "Higher Ground"
- Shampoo – "Trouble"
- Devo – "Are You Ready?!"
- Snap! – "The Power" produced by Snap!
- Fun Tomas (featuring Carl Douglas) – "Kung Fu Dancing"
- Van Halen – "Dreams"
- Dan Hartman – "Free Ride"
- They Might Be Giants – "SenSurround"
- Power Jet – "Ayeyaiyai" (Alpha Song)
- Graeme Revell – "Firebird"
- Aaron Waters (The Mighty Raw) – "Cross My Line" (Bonus Track)
"The Power Rangers Orchestra" consisted of Eric Martin of Mr. Big, renowned studio guitarist Tim Pierce, John Pierce of Pablo Cruise on bass, singer-pianist Kim Bullard, and Matt Sorum of Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver on drums.[note 1]
- Retrieved from the soundtrack's booklet.