The Amityville Horror CD – ALEPH 026

$14.98

There are few passages that one could characterize as gentle, with the exception of the film’s love theme for James Brolin and Margot Kidder (called “The Window”), a touching respite from the dark and dramtic music that dominates the piece.
Yet “The Amityville Horror” could never have been the hit that it was without Schifrin’s inventive, unnerving music — music that not only frightened moviegoers but, even more significantly, managed to convince them that the events being depicted were real.

– Jon Burlingame, from the liner notes

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There are few passages that one could characterize as gentle, with the exception of the film’s love theme for James Brolin and Margot Kidder (called “The Window”), a touching respite from the dark and dramatic music that dominates the piece.
Yet “The Amityville Horror” could never have been the hit that it was without Schifrin’s inventive, unnerving music — music that not only frightened moviegoers but, even more significantly, managed to convince them that the events being depicted were real.

– Jon Burlingame, from the liner notes

Track Listing:

  1. Amityville Horror Main Title – 2:24
  2. Father Delany – 4:31
  3. One Year Later – 3:30
  4. Screams – 2:09
  5. The Windshield – 3:11
  6. Kathy’s Dream – 3:17
  7. The Staircase – 3:42
  8. The Babysitter – 4:02
  9. At the Park – 2:35
  10. The Window – 3:35
  11. The Ghost – 2:53
  12. The Wall – 3:44
  13. Bleeding Walls – 3:36
  14. The Ax – 3:31
  15. The Crucifix – 5:16
  16. Postludium – 4:38
  17. Amityville Horror End Credits – 3:21