Pervirella (soundtrack)

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Pervirella: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Pervirella Soundtrack.jpg
Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released 23 February 1999
Recorded Toe Rag Studios
London
Genre Jazz, surf rock, garage rock, lounge, easy listening, psychedelic rock
Label Dionysus Records[1]
Producer Liam Watson
Bruce Brand
Ed Deegan
Josh Collins
François Evans

Pervirella Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Other Exotic Entertainment Tunes is the Soundtrack for the film Pervirella.[2]

History[edit]

The rock and roll-Victorian-erotic-horror-soundtrack featured composition from jazz, surf rock, garage rock, lounge, easy listening and psychedelic rock.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Alessandro Alessandroni - Desert Theme
  2. François Evans & London Gay Symphony Orchestra - Pervirella Main Title
  3. Les Hommes Qui Adorent Les Femmes - Sexy Amazonas
  4. François Evans & London Gay Symphony Orchestra - Journey to Oshimina
  5. François Evans & London Gay Symphony Orchestra - Museum of Curiosities
  6. François Evans & London Gay Symphony Orchestra - Amicus Reilly
  7. François Evans & London Gay Symphony Orchestra - Airship Departs
  8. François Evans & London Gay Symphony Orchestra - Baby Grows/The Magic Carpet Ride
  9. The Diaboliks - Ninja a Go Go
  10. Dave Kraft Five - Lavinina's Theme
  11. Frat Shack All-Stars - Let's All Go to the Frat Shack
  12. Frat Shack All-Stars - Mad Juicer
  13. Frat Shack All-Stars - Buggered Bunny
  14. The Adventures of Parsley - The Flying Car
  15. The Constellations - Rumpy Pumpy
  16. Baine Watson Orchestra - Dog Gas
  17. Toe Rag All-Stars with Dave Kraft - Lavinia's Theme
  18. Sexton Ming and the Diamond Gussetts - The Sake of Pleasure
  19. Bradley Ghoulstein Combo - Bottles of Blood
  20. Bradley Ghoulstein Combo - Jungle Stitches
  21. Bradley Ghoulstein Combo - Put It On
  22. François Evans & The London Gay Symphony Orchestra - Pervirella End Title

Release[edit]

It was released on 23 February 1999 over Dionysus Records and was recorded at Toe Rag Studios in London.[4]

Credits[edit]

Liner Note Author: Stan Laurel

Distributor: Lumberjack-Mordam Music Group

Recording information: Toe Rag Studios, London, England

Editors: Len Horowitz and Lee Joseph at HRS Beverly Hills, CA

Music composed and conducted by François Evans

Manufactured under license from Josh Collins and Exotic Entertainment UK

Arrangers: Josh Collins, Liam Watson, Bruce Brand

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