- Released: August 31, 1993
- Originally Released: 1993
- Label: Varese Sarabande
- 1.Forbidden Zone
- 2.Hercules Family Theme
- 3.Some Of These Days - Cab Calloway
- 4.Journey Through The Intestines
- 5.Squeezit's Vision Of His Sister
- 6.Queen's Revenge - Susan Tyrell
- 8.Love Theme (Squeezit And The Chickens)
- 9.Flash And Gramps
- 10.Squeezit The Moocher (Minnie The Moocher) - Oingo Boingo
- 11.Alphabet Song
- 12.Cell 63
- 13.Witch's Egg - Susan Tyrell
- 14.Yiddishe Charleston - Richard Elfman
- 15.Bim Bam Boom - Kipper Kids
- 16.Chamber Music
- 17.Pleure - Marie-Pasquale Elfman
- 18.Battle Of The Queens
- 19.Love Theme (King And Queen)
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All music written by Danny Elfman.
Composer: Danny Elfman.
Personnel: Danny Elfman (vocals); R. Yossele Elfman, Marie Pascale Elfman, Miguelito Vald‚s, Richard Elfman, Susan Tyrrell, Cab Calloway (vocals); Steve Bartek (guitar); Carol Emanuel (harp); Sam Phipps, Leon Schneiderman (flute, reeds); Dale Turner (trumpet); Brad Kay, Stuart Elster (piano); John Hernandez, Johnny Hernandez (drums, percussion).
Audio Remasterer: Brad Kay.
Liner Note Author: Danny Elfman.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo; Loren Paul Caplin; Oingo Boingo; Robert Townson.
Arranger: Steve Bartek .
Movies don't get more out there than the 1980 cult classic Forbidden Zone (which starred the late Herve Villechaize of Fantasy Island fame), so it shouldn't come as much of a shock that the motion picture soundtrack by Danny Elfman is in the same peculiar vein. While the music was performed by Elfman's band at the time, Oingo Boingo, it was all composed by Elfman himself. While some of the music can be compared to '90s experimental rockers Mr. Bungle (Elfman must have been an obvious influence for them), most of it is so off the wall that it's incomparable to anyone else. The anthemic lead-off title track is the soundtrack's undeniable highlight, while the rest of the songs alternate widely between genres. Styles include originals that sound straight out of the '40s ("Some of These Days," "Yiddishe Charleston," "Bim Bam Boom"), warped children's songs ("Alphabet Song"), chants ("Flash and Gramps") and short synthesized instrumentals ("Chamber Music," "Journey Through the Intestines," "Factory"). Weird but brilliant stuff. ~ Greg Prato