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Transformers

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01
The Touch
Artist: Stan Bush
3:55
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02
Instruments of Destruction
Artist: NRG
3:22
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03
Death of Optimus Prime
Artist: Vince Dicola
2:57
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04
Dare
Artist: Stan Bush
4:02
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05
Nothin's Gonna Stand In Our Way
Artist: Spectre General
3:39
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06
The Transformers Theme
Artist: Lion
3:34
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07
Escape
Artist: Vince Dicola
4:46
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08
Hunger
Artist: Spectre General
3:46
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09
Autobot / Decepticon Battle
Artist: Vince Dicola
4:17
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10
Dare to Be Stupid
Artist: Weird Al Yankovic
3:28
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 37:46

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The Transformers: The Movie

pablo13

This is possibly one of the best movie soundtracks of the '80's. I listen to this every year when it's time for me to go to the San Diego Comic-Con! Listeners and fans may want the updated version of this album with 4 previously unreleased songs!

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From the edgy, percussive “Instruments of Destruction,” to frenetic “Escape,” to the intense, driving “Nothing’s Gonna Stand in Our Way,” The Transformers: The Movie soundtrack has a popularity of its own that has far surpassed the animated series that it was written for. The music is definitely loud, lively, and strong. If listeners want an album to keep them awake during long-distance driving, this one will surely do it. Crank up the volume and take to the interstate. This is also a genre classic album for science fiction and fantasy fans. Even those who are not into the ’80s animation of The Transformers series may find themselves surprised by how well they like the music, which has an enduring track record for sci-fi convention dances. Particularly popular in its amiably rapid-fire, goofy way is the closing track, “Dare to Be Stupid,” performed by the master of dementia, “Weird Al” Yankovich. This album deserves its survivor-standing among soundtracks, and is definitely recommended for science fiction and action music fans. – Murrday Fisher

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