National Lampoon's: Animal House ORINGINAL SOUND TRACK (1978 MCA) LP New Sealed


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National Lampoon's: Animal House ORINGINAL SOUND TRACK LP Sealed Track Listing 1 Faber College Theme 2 Louie, Louie Richard Berry John Belushi 3 Twistin' the Night Away Sam Cooke 4 Tossin' and Turnin' Ritchie Adams / Malou Rene Bobby Lewis 5 Shama Lama Ding Dong Mark Davis Lloyd Williams 6 Hey Paula Ray Hildebrand Paul & Paula 7 Animal House Stephen Bishop 8 Intro 9 Money (That's What I Want) Janie Bradford / Berry Gordy, Jr. John Belushi 10 Let's Dance Jim Lee Chris Montez 11 Dream Girl Stephen Bishop 12 (What A) Wonderful World Lou Adler / Herb Alpert / Sam Cooke 13 Shout O'Kelly Isley / Ronald Isley / Rudolph Isley Lloyd Williams 14 Faber College Theme 1978 MCA records

Album Features
Artist:Various Artists
Release Year:2015
Record Label:Geffen
Genre:R&B, Soul

Playing Time:37 min.
Recording Type:Studio
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:n/a

Album Notes
NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE (20th Anniversary Edition) is an Enhanced CD containing both a full audio program as well as multimedia computer files with trailers and EPK from ANIMAL HOUSE.Original score by Elmer Bernstein.Recorded at RCA Studio, New York, New York and Sound Factory West, Hollywood, California.Digitally remastered using 20-bit technology by Dan Hersch at DigiPrep, Hollywood, California.Animal House is a classic frat-house comedy, full of low-brow humor and outrageously entertaining vulgarity. The soundtrack nearly captures that atmosphere on record, even though it has a couple of flaws. The meat of the soundtrack lies in a selection of great rock & roll and R&B oldies, including Chris Montez's "Let's Dance," and Bobby Lewis' "Tossin and Turnin'," Paul & Paula's "Hey Paula," and Sam Cooke's "Twistin' the Night Away" and "Wonderful World." No matter how good these tracks are -- and they are great -- their impact is lessened by the re-recorded oldies from Lloyd Williams ("Shout," "Shama Lama Ding Dong") and John Belushi ("Money," "Louie Louie"), as well as two light-weight Steven Bishop songs and Elmer Bernstein's instrumental "Faber College Theme." While those songs reflect the boozy pleasures of the movie, they don't sound quite as good when isolated on record. Nevertheless, the soundtrack remains a good party -- even if its momentum sags occasionally. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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