Elmer Bernstein’s Ghostbusters Score Re-Releasing on Vinyl, CD
Celebrate the 35th anniversary of this iconic movie with a very special music release.
By Jay Gervais
Sony Classical is about to unleash some great music from its ghost trap in celebration of the 35th anniversary of Ghostbusters. The wondrous score by Elmer Bernstein for the 1984 film is set for a comeback and will come with four never-before-released tracks, along with a special note from the composer’s son, Peter Bernstein.
Have a look below for the covers of the album along with the track listing.
01. Ghostbusters Theme
05. The Best One in Your Row
06. Get Her!
08. Dana's Theme
09. Fridge and Sign
12. Dana's Apartment
13. Same Problem
14. We Got One
15. Zuul Part 1
16. Meeting 1
17. I Respect You
18. Who Brought the Dog
19. Zuul Part 2
20. Steel Drum
21. Cross Rip
23. Judgment Day
28. Meeting 2
32. Let's Go
33. We're Going to Save the World
34. Mr. Stay Puft
35. Final Battle
37. Zuul (Album Version)
The CD format of the score will be releasing next month on June 7th for $11.98, with the vinyl coming our way the following month on July 19th for $39.98. If you’re interested in pre-ordering this item, head on over to Amazon today and select your preferred format. In addition, if you want to own this digitally, it can be yours on June 7th for $9.99.
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