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"Respect The Prime: 1986 Revisited"


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Film Soundtracks - Respect The Prime: 1986 Revisited CD

For the first time ever, the classic soundtrack from 1986's Transformers movie has been rebuilt from the ground up. Who remembers 1986? Hands Across America? The first Zelda video game? Ripley taking on Aliens for a second time? Yes, all of these things happened plus a lovable group of robots from Cybertron made their way to the silver screen for the first time. Long before Michael Bay's explosion laden action movies came the original 1986 animated film, Transformers:The Movie. The movie itself featured memorable voice acting from Leonard Nimoy, Orson Welles, Judd Nelson and Robert Stack. Spoiler alert: Optimus Prime dies as do many of the main cast from the original TV show that captured young minds. The movie boasted a rock soundtrack that was right for the times. Stan Bush's famous "The Touch" is still widely known today. Fast forward 30 years. Industrial music scene promoter, cancer survivor and musician, Jim Semonik has brought his fundraiser Electronic Saviors:Industrial Music To Cure Cancer to the aid of many a cancer victim. It is with this intent that his label, Distortion Productions, LLC and Electronic Saviors offer up a tribute to the robots in disguise with "Respect the Prime:1986 Revisited". For the first time ever, the classic soundtrack from 1986's Transformers movie has been rebuilt from the ground up with great takes on songs such as Weird Al's "Dare to Be Stupid" by Caustic and Stan Bush's "Dare" by The Dark Clan. Composer/Musician Vince DiCola is also honored here with renditions of his songs by Victor Love, Everything Goes Cold and boxed warning. Let's not forget the metal side of things as Bella Morte tackles Spectre General's "Hunger" and Deathproof Featuring Red Lokust takes on "Instruments of Destruction" by N.R.G. Boasting 17 tracks and multiple versions of the soundtrack will make any electronic music fan happy. Especially those who grew up in the 80's. -Includes Stunning Artwork from IDW Comics Artists: Casey W. Coller and John-Paul Bove -First Electronic Saviors Spin Off Project. -Electronic Saviors has Raised Over 50K for Various Charities. High Profile Appearances at TFcon Chicago and Coldwaves 5 Festival. 17 Tracks Covering the 1986 Transformers: The Movie Soundtrare.Including Bella Morte, Xenturion Prime, Caustic, The Dark Clan, am psych, Victor Love, Ghostfeeder and ...
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1.Xenturion Prime Feat. Truls Haugen - The Touch (Stan Bush)
2.Deathproof Feat. Red Lokust - Instruments Of Destruction (N.r.g)
3.Thoughtform - Death Of Optimus Prime (Vince Dicola)
4.The Dark Clan - Dare (Stan Bush)
5.Ghostfeeder - Nothin's Gonna Stand In Our Way (Spectre General)
6.Am.psych - The Transformers (Theme)
7.Later Humans - Escape (Vince Dicola)
8.Bella Morte - Hunger (Spectre General)
9.Victor Love - Autobot/decepticon Battle (Vince Dicola) 10. Caustic - Dare To Be
10.Boxed Warning - Unicron Medley (Vince Dicola)
11.Everything Goes Cold - Moon Base 2/shuttle Launch (Vince Dicola)
12.Thoughtform - Megatron Must Be Stopped (Parts 1 And 2)(Vince Dicola)
13.Galvanax - Unicron Medley (Vince Dicola)
14.Am.psych - Nothin's Gonna Stand In Our Way (Spectre General)
15.White Shadow - Hunger (Spectre General)
16.Latexxx Teens - Megatron Must Be Stopped (Parts 1 And 2) (Vince Dicola)