|1.||Time Will Tell (Full Version)|
|2.||The Story Begins / Scortch 3000 Years Later / Fairy Hookers / Peace Goes Forth / Peace In The Valley Of Montagar|
|3.||War Against Peace / Weehawk Disturbs The Peace / The Bubble Bursts|
|4.||Jukebox Junky Blues|
|5.||Blackwolf Finds The Record / War & Frog / We Can't Lose|
|7.||Battle & Peewhittle's Death|
|8.||Now Begins Our Final Battle / Avatar Equestrian / On The Road To Scortch|
|2.||Fairy Drums / Jungle Drums/ Gargoyle Once A Day|
|3.||Snow Drift / Snow Time / Assassins In The Snow|
|4.||Tanks Again & Betrayal / Peace Isn't, Elinore Doesn't|
|5.||To All Our Ships / Larry Gets Weehawk|
|6.||The Elves Are Coming / Horn Calls|
|7.||Gathering Of The Heavies / The Charge Of The Heavy Brigade / The Battle Picks Up Tempo / The Punchup / The Elves Lose|
|8.||Weehawk Finds Elinore / Elinore's OK / Blackwolf Bites It / Final History / Bye|
|9.||Time Will Tell (Film Version)|
Wyrd War very proudly presents the original motion picture soundtrack to Ralph Bakshi’s animated masterwork Wizards on vinyl for the very first time!
Yikes! We haven't been very good about updating this here news page. Needless to say, we have been very, very busy since our last update and we have finally returned to this page with some exciting news for 2017. Wyrd War very proudly presents the original motion picture soundtrack to Ralph Bakshi’s animated masterwork Wizards on vinyl for the very first time! Ostensibly Bakshi’s “family film,” this almost impossibly PG rated post-apocalyptic “fantasy epic of peace and magic” emerged like a strange fungus through fissures in the Hollywood machine in 1977 to psychedelicize unsuspecting audiences with slouching android assassins, nearly nude fairy wenches, supernatural siblings skirmishing for world domination between slugs of cheap wine, demonic dog soldiers belly-crawling through skeletal landscapes of airbrushed fog, and, perhaps most memorably, terrifying genocidal elfin warfare punctuated with Leni Riefenstahl stock footage, all perfectly choreographed to a beautifully ethereal sci-fi jazz soundtrack seemingly scorched with atomic energy.
Such music! Composer Andrew Belling delivered one of the first truly musical scores for a major Hollywood film composed almost entirely for ARP 2500 and ARP 2600 synthesizers, and now it is available on vinyl for the first time! Mastered for vinyl by Timothy Stollenwerk and featuring a massive 11” x 11” gatefold liner notes insert by Dennis Dread with exclusive new interviews with director Ralph Bakshi and composer Andrew Belling.