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|1. Leather Face|
|2. He's A Bad Man|
|3. Erin And Kemper|
|4. Hewitt House|
|5. Driving With A Corpse|
|6. Kemper Gets Whacked/Jedidiah|
|7. Crawford Mill|
|9. Andy Loses A Leg|
|10. You're So Dead|
|11. Hook Me Up|
|12. My Boy|
|13. Morgan's Wild Ride/Van Attack|
|14. Mercy Killings|
|15. Prairie House|
|16. Final Confrontation|
|17. Can't Go Back|
|18. Last Goodbye|
Now, for a review on the SCORE of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre:
I love film scores. Most of you probably don't. But I am a huge fan of Music Made For Movies. I actually bought this CD because it is as scary as heck, and great for the Halloween season, and let me tell you, it is PERFECT for halloween, it's deep bass gets you scared all by itself! (even with the lights on).
I absolutly LOVED the movie, it was fantastic, but, to be honest, what really made this movie so dern scary was the music. You can probably be just as scared listening to this soundtrack as you would be watching the movie, it's THAT good! I highly suggest picking up this soundtrack even if you can't stand film scores, and use it for halloween, or just to scare the heck out of you whenever you want.
it is not the chemical brothers. thats a completely different song. its not This Mortal Coil. their version is much more gospel sounding. and Tim Buckly did not sing this version. and there are several several other cover versions. but the one for this film is by Moneypenny.
so stop trying to find it. cause its not anywhere on the net. and its not on any album.
so hope this helps. bad news i know. but maybe one day it will be released on a format.