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The Dead Zone Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (August 3, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: October 21, 1983
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Image Entertainment
  • Run Time: 103 minutes
  • ASIN: B0002DRE68
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #219,207 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Here It Comes
2. Morning Light
3. Blind Pilots
4. New Year's Prayer
5. Someone Like Me
6. Dirty Secret
7. Beautiful Thing
8. Good Times
9. Help Me (I'm Going Out of My Mind)
10. The Unseen Tears of the Albacore
11. Revelation
12. Hallelujah
13. Tomorrow in Her Eyes
14. 6 Ft. Under
15. True Soul

Editorial Reviews

Tracks include: New Year's Prayer [Jeff Buckley], Hallelujah [Anthony Michael Hall], Help Me (She's Out of Her Mind) [Stereophonics], I Need You Back [Ben Kweller], Unseen Tears of the Albacore [Vandals], Morning Light [Truman], Imaginary Friends [Ron Sexsmith], Beautiful Thing [Andy Stochansky], Six Feet Under [The Woods], Revelations [Fredalba], Someone Like You [Lindsay Price], True Soul [Kia Kadiri], Good Times [Joystick].

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Sadge on January 22, 2006
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
As a big fan of the Dead Zone, I jumped at the chance to get the soundtrack. It was great and I loved it. I played it so much that I wore the CD out and had to buy a new one. I purchased this CD in December 2005 and when i got it I popped it in and realized that this CD is not the same as the first one I had. After some research, I found out that there are 2 versions of the soundtrack -- version one = "Music from Season One" and is more of a jazzy, bluesy CD. Version two = this CD and is more rock based. Haven't been able to find version one, but here are the track listings:

The Dead Zone Music From Season One Original Soundtrack Album

1. New Year's Prayer

2. Have A Little Mercy

3. Esta Noche

4. Hallelujah

5. The Perfect Flaw

6. Alaska

7. I'll Be Seeing You

8. Strutting with Kira

9. Perfidia

10. Ay He Nockio

11. It's Murder Out There

12. War Paint

13. Uptown Music

14. Alive

15. Sleepwalk

16. Sarah's Love Theme

17. Illusion

18. Melting

New Track Listing (This CD):

"Music From and Inspired By the Hit Series 'The Dead Zone'"

1. Here It Comes - Longwave

2. Morning Light - Truman

3. Blind Pilots

4. New Years Prayer - Jeff Buckley

5. Someone Like Me

6. Dirty Secret - Grant Lee Phillips

7. Beautiful Thing - Andy Stochansky

8. Good Times

9. Help Me (I'm Going Out of My Mind) - Stereophonics

10. Unseen Tears of the Albacore - The Vandals

11. Revelation - Fredalba

12. Hallelujah

13. Tomorrow in Her Eyes - Ron Sexsmith

14. 6 Ft. Under - The Woods

15. True Soul

The "new" version is good, but the first was better; therefore; only 4 out of 5 for this soundtrack.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By L CAPELLARO on September 17, 2005
Format: Audio CD
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS REVIEW IS FOR THE ORIGINAL VERSION OF THE SOUNDTRACK AND NOT THE ONE CURRENTLY ON SALE FROM AMAZON.COM, ALTHOUGH SOME OF THE TRACKS ARE THE SAME! Cheers, Lozzie xxx

Anyone who has ever seen The Dead Zone television series starring Anthony Michael Hall, will probably appreciate that the production team take a great deal of time and effort over even the smallest elements of the show. This attention to detail seems to be a running theme, and the soundtrack for the first season of the show is no exception to this rule. This album stands alone as a varied and eclectic collection of music spanning 5 decades.

Beginning with Jeff Buckley's haunting song "New Years Prayer" a remixed version of which is used in the programme's opening credits, the album moves at a dizzy pace through Cuban Son (The Puentes Brothers), Native American music (Chris and Deanna Gestrin), pulsing club music (Meat Katie), rap (War Paint ft. Buc Fifty) and three 1940s swing classics sung by Pat Caird. Her rendition of "I'll Be Seeing You" is particularly evocative, and is a perfect compliment to the moving final scenes of the episode "Enigma", which by his own admission still makes the programme's beefy leading man cry like a baby whenever he hears it. Also included is the 60s slide-guitar classic "Sleepwalk" by Santo and Johnny and the beautiful 1967 R & B song by Jean Wells, "Have A Little Mercy On Me".

One of the show's producers is Shawn Piller, and the album is also a shameless plug for his wife Lindsay Price. Her elegant and soulful song "Melting" is included, despite not actually being used in the show itself as far as anyone can make out. Piller has his own record label and stable of talented young acts, including The Woods from Los Angeles and Fredalba.
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By Robert L. Johnson on January 2, 2009
Format: Audio CD
I never watched the Dead Zone but I was a big fan of the show Wildfire seen on the Family channel. Morning Light was the theme song of the show and is the best track on the CD.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Burchfield on August 15, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD largely on the basis of the review stating that Jeff Buckley's "New Year's Prayer" was used as the opener. I know I missed the first season and all or part of the second but New Year's Prayer on this CD sounds nothing like the opening instrumental piece used 3rd & 4th seasons.I don't recognize any of the music or even get a sense of the show from it. Some of it isn't bad, Anthony Michael Hall's "Hallelujah" has some good to it, but most is better for the 18 yr. old crowd, not me. I think at least as little of the packaging, instead of a plastic jewel case you get a paper folder with a plastic CD hold tray glued into it. What liner notes there are will be found under that- in tiny print they're hard to read under that thing.
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