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Scream: Music From The Dimension Motion Picture Soundtrack


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1. Youth Of America - Birdbrain
2. Whisper - Catherine
3. Red Right Hand - Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds
4. Don't Fear The Reaper - Gus
5. Artificial World (Interdimensional Mix) - Julee Cruise With The Flow
6. Better Than Me - Sister Machine Gun
7. Whisper To A Scream (Birds Fly) - Soho
8. First Cool Hive - Moby
9. Bitter Pill - The Connells
10. School's Out - The Last Hard Men
11. Trouble In Woodsboro/Sidney's Lament - Marco Beltrami

Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 17, 1996)
  • Original Release Date: December 20, 1996
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Tvt
  • Run Time: 111 minutes
  • ASIN: B000000GTN
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,845 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Customer Reviews

All the songs are great!
A JACK lover
Overall, if you enjoyed the movie and consider it a horror classic, you will enjoy the soundtrack.
Joshua D. Newton
The disc plays great, had no scratches, and it was at my home in 2 days from time of order!
R. Pierce

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Penname on October 15, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Scream is one of those movies in which the songs are as much a part of the environment as the physical objects. Fortunately, it also stands on its own very well. The songs aren't exactly within my genre of music (for that, look at the Scream 3 soundtrack), but Wes Craven and Co. have selected a stellar combination of slow rock, pop, and ambience as a companion to the ultimate "post-modern" (whatever that means) horror movie.

"Youth of America," by Birdbrain, is the standout track, but by no means is it the only good one. My other favorites are "Whisper," "Better than Me," and Moby's "Last Cool Hive." While I like Soho's interpretation of "Whisper to a Scream," I don't understand why they couldn't just put on the original, by Icicle Works. Same goes for Alice Cooper's defining song, "School's Out," here done by The Last Hard Men.

My other complaint is that, for a soundtrack, it's so short. The music industry seems to have realized recently that soundtracks are a good place to pack on 19 or 20 like-minded songs, even if most never appear in the film (hence the term "Inspired by the Motion Picture"). While only putting on songs that actually appeared in the movie does keep it more honest, I have come to expect a solid hour, at least, from the average soundtrack. But I guess the movie came out before that trend had really caught on, so it's not something I can really hold against it.

I also appreciate the fact that a track from the film's score was included.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "mkproyze" on March 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The soundtrack captures the creepy feel of the movie very well. The BEST song on the CD is "First Cool Hive," but "Youth of America," "Whisper to a Scream" and the score track are good too. This soundtrack is not all over musical genres like Scream 2 and is more rock-minded than metal-minded like Scream 3. Anyone who loves the movie will dig the soundtrack. Out of the Scream trilogy, this is the best pairing of movie to music. If you like "Sidney's Lament" you should by the CD combining the scores of Scream and Scream 2.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Clois on May 15, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This cd is cool, and most of the songs are nice and soothing except Youth Of America by Birdbrain, and Better Than Me by Sister Machine Gun. The cd is actually pretty flowing. My favorites are Don't Fear The Reaper by Gus, Whisper To A Scream (Birds Fly,) Youth Of America by Birdbrain, and Better Than Me by Sister Machine Gun. Red Right Hand by Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds is alright, but it's not my favorite. In fact, it's sort of tasteless. First Cool Hive by Moby is very calming and soothing, and Trouble In Woodsboro/Sidney's Lament is actually a good score, and I like it because it starts off on sort of a loud note, then gradually gets softer. I'd recommed this, especially for fans of the movie.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joshua D. Newton on April 15, 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This soundtrack is well matched up to the movie,especially
with "Red Right Hand" and the original movie score included.
"Whisper to a scream" and "Youth of America" are standouts,but
the remakes "don't fear the reaper" and "school's out" don't stand
up to the originals.
Overall, if you enjoyed the movie and consider it a horror classic,
you will enjoy the soundtrack.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 15, 1998
Format: Audio CD
The Scream soundtrack is great, I've been trying to buy it in England for ages! The mixture of pop, rock and ballads is just right.
My personal favourites are "Red Right Hand" which I first heard in an X Files episode, the new version of "Don't Fear the Reaper" and "Whisper to a Scream." Great Buy!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 3, 1998
Format: Audio CD
Hello! Every song on this soundtrack is worth listening to at least once! My particular favorites are "Red Right Hand" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, "Bitter Pill," "Artificial World" "Youth of America" and basically all of the songs! So enjoy! This sountrack is NOT a waste of money!
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Format: Audio CD
I remember going to see "Scream" on opening night when it first came out. As a huge horror movie fan, I was excited to see Wes Craven's new series. I really enjoyed the movie, but it was at the moment that I hear Nick Cave's "Red Right Hand" that I knew I had to own the soundtrack.

Rewatching the film now, I'm surprised at how dated it feels. Cell phones are a rarity in the movie, Drew Barrymore is going to watch a VHS movie, video stores, no internet, tabloid TV reporters. It's hard to believe that this movie is almost 20 years old??!?! With that said it's still an amazingly fun film, especially for 80's horror fans. With multiple references and some great cameos, "Scream" is still a fun movie to pull out every now and again.

With that said, the soundtrack has aged even better than the film. The soundtrack is the perfect blend of pop, rock, and alternative styles. It perfectly captures the mood of the film, while at the same time plays out like one of those "Now That's What I Call Music" CD's. This could be "Now That's What I Call 1996" in sound.

As stated above, "Red Right Hand" was the stand out track for me, but there are so many other great songs on here, like the acoustic "Don't Fear the Reaper" by Gus Black or the track that kicks off the CD "Youth of America" by Birdbrain. The cover of "Whisper to a Scream" by Soho is awesome, better than the original. Julee Cruise provides her haunting vocals to "Artificial World", Moby's "First Cool Hive" is a another great track.

Almost 20 years old, and this disk is never far from my CD player, not a bad track on the album, and well worth picking up for your collection.
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