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Corpse Bride (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Download links and information about Corpse Bride (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Danny Elfman. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Traditional Pop Music, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 59:28 minutes.

Artist: Danny Elfman
Release date: 1993
Genre: Traditional Pop Music, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 24
Duration: 59:28
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No. Title Length
1. Main Titles (featuring Corpse Bride) 2:05
2. According to Plan (featuring Unknown) 3:45
3. Victor's Piano Solo (featuring Corpse Bride) 1:18
4. Into the Forest (featuring Corpse Bride) 4:35
5. Remains of the Day (featuring Unknown) 3:26
6. Casting a Spell (featuring Corpse Bride) 1:25
7. Moon Dance (featuring Corpse Bride) 1:28
8. Victor's Deception (featuring Corpse Bride) 4:00
9. Tears to Shed (featuring Unknown) 2:45
10. Victoria's Escape (featuring Corpse Bride) 2:31
11. The Piano Duet (featuring Corpse Bride) 1:53
12. New Arrival (featuring Corpse Bride) 0:42
13. Victoria's Wedding (featuring Corpse Bride) 3:15
14. The Wedding Song (featuring Jane Horrocks) 3:01
15. The Party Arrives (featuring Corpse Bride) 3:21
16. Victor's Wedding (featuring Corpse Bride) 2:08
17. Barkis's Bummer (featuring Corpse Bride) 2:07
18. The Finale (featuring Corpse Bride) 2:35
19. End Credits, Pt. 1 (featuring Corpse Bride) 1:50
20. End Credits, Pt. 2 (featuring Corpse Bride) 2:33
21. Ball & Socket Lounge Music #1 (Band Version) (featuring Unknown) 2:15
22. Remains of the Day (Combo Lounge Version) (featuring Unknown) 3:06
23. Ball & Socket Lounge Music #2 (featuring Unknown) 1:10
24. Ball & Socket Lounge Music #1 (Combo Version) (featuring Unknown) 2:14



Given its romantic, macabre-lite storyline and stop-motion animation format, Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride can’t escape comparisons with his now-classic Nightmare Before Christmas. Likewise, Danny Elfman’s score comes with similar expectations. But while the onetime Oingo Boingo frontman’s songs and underscore may not have the former film’s evocative holiday cliches to play off, he’s delivered some fine work here, from the orchestral moodiness of cues like “Into the Forest” and “Casting a Spell” to a handful of sprightly tunes highlighted by “Remains of the Day” and Helena Bonham Carter’s “Tears to Shed.” If the film requires Elfman to lean more on underscore than songs here, it also gives him room for some tasty le hot jazz vamping, courtesy of four bonus tracks by the film’s Bonejangles and his Bone Boys.