Once Again, the Dead Have Their Day
Now here's an interesting little item. Taken right off of the shelves of 1980's pop culture is John Harrison's nifty, and almost silly, little score for George Romero's Day of the Dead. While I don't ordinarily like such scores, some of them just have a certain charm around them that I find amusing and therefore listenable. I happen to have a good friend who is a complete nut about zombie movies, so he was pretty excited to see hear that I got this CD. What this all boils down to is that if you kinda like cheesy horror movies and their scores from the 80s, I can easily recommend this CD. BTW, it's limited to 3000 copies and is kinda pricey, you can purchase it at Numenorean Music's website. Oh, and as a warning, there's a *really* gory picture on the inside tray, under the CD.

Composed by:
John Harrison
  1. The Dead Suite 19:39
  2. Breakdown 3:50
  3. Escape Invasion 3:59
  4. The Dead Walk 4:51
  5. If Tomorrow Comes 3:37 (song)
  6. The World Inside Your Eyes 2:29 (song)

    Bonus effects and music

  7. Deadly Beginnings 7:25
  8. Diner of the Living Dead 1:39
  9. Dead Calm 1:53
  10. Bub's 9th :36
  11. Dead End 21:39

Total Time: (72:57)

Day of the Dead is Copyright 1985/2002 Numenorean Music. CD produced by John Harrison and Ford A. Thaxton. Executive producers: Cary Solomon, Chuck Konzelman, and Michael V. Gerhard. This review is written by and is the property of Isaac Engelhorn and does not reflect the opinions of Tripod.