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Ost:the Rocky Horror Picture S

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Ost:the Rocky Horror Picture S
Ost:the Rocky Horror Picture S


The Original Soundtrack to the 1975 cult film and Halloween staple starring Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon and Meat Loaf. The film has grossed over $130 million at the box office since its initial release and the OST album has sold 55,000 units in the UK since 1996 alone. For the 1975 film version of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, American producer Lou Adler wisely mixed the best of the London and Los Angeles stage versions, shooting the movie in England with Tim Curry and several of the other original cast members, plus Meatloaf (years before Bat Out of Hell), and Americans Barry Bostwick and Susan Sarandon as the innocent couple Brad and Janet. Adler also brought back original London stage musicians in place of the slick studio musicians who had marred the L.A. cast album. The film version resequenced the songs and reassigned some of the vocals, with Brad's song 'Once in a While' dropped. But it all worked out fine. The strings that were added to ballads like 'Science Fiction/Double Feature' only improved them; the rockers rocked out; Bostwick and Sarandon proved to be the best Brad and Janet ever; the original cast members, especially Curry, revelled in the opportunity to immortalise their portrayals; and Rocky Horror's potential as a witty parody of cheap movies, rock & roll, and sexual mores was fully realised. The film soundtrack album became the definitive version of the score, despite lacking the songs 'Planet Shmanet Janet' and 'The Sword of Damocles'. The Rocky Horror Picture Show was not successful in its initial theatrical run, but then a strange thing happened. In 1976, the Waverly Theater in New York's Greenwich Village began showing the film at midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Soon, a cult of repeat viewers began turning up every week; they began to dress like the characters, call out their own comments at strategic moments, sing along, and add their own theatrical effects. The phenomenon spread across the U.S., with fans rivaling Trekkies and Deadheads for loyalty and eccentricity, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show took on a life Richard O'Brien never could have anticipated.


  1. Name
  2. Science Fiction/Double Feature
  3. Dammit Janet
  4. Over At The Frankenstein Place
  5. Time Warp
  6. Sweet Transvestite
  7. I Can Make You A Man
  8. Hot Patootie - Bless My Soul
  9. I Can Make You A Man (Reprise)
  10. Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch-A, Touch Me
  11. Eddie
  12. Rose Tint My World
  13. I'm Going Home
  14. Super Heroes
  15. Science Fiction/Double Feature (Reprise)
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