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Original Soundtrack: The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again [Digipak]

Track List

>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Science Fiction / Double Feature, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Dammit Janet, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Over at the Frankenstein Place, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: The Time Warp, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Sweet Transvestite, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: The Sword of Damocles, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: I Can Make You a Man, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Hot Patootie, The (Bless My Soul) Whatever Happened to Saturday Night
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: I Can Make You a Man, The (Reprise)
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Toucha, Toucha, Toucha, Toucha. Touch Me, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Once in Awhile, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Eddie, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Planet Schmanet, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Planet Hot Dog, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Rose Tint My World, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Don't Dream It, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Wild and Untamed Thing, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: I'm Going Home, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Super Heroes, The
>Rocky Horror Picture Show: Science Fiction/Double Feature, The (Reprise)

Album Notes

Audio Mixer: Shane Stoner.

Recording information: Bu' Haven, Malibu, CA.

Director: Kenny Ortega.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again is the official title of the 2016 made-for-TV remake of the 1973 gender-challenging, sci-fi stage musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show by Richard O'Brien. This version premiered on the Fox network in October 2016 with a cast that included Laverne Cox (Orange Is the New Black), Victoria Justice (Victorious), Adam Lambert, Ben Vereen, and Tim Curry, co-star of the 1975 film version, here as Narrator/Criminologist. The soundtrack features all 19 tracks from the original television broadcast, including cult classic "The Time Warp," plus the bonus track "Once in Awhile" from an extended version of the film featured on the DVD release. Sung by Ryan McCartan as Brad Majors, it was filmed but also cut from the 1975 film. ~ Marcy Donelson



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