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Name: BUYSOUNDTRAX
Number: BSXCD8931

THE LOST EMPIRE (2CD) (CD)
Composed by: Alan Howarth

Sample Tracks
Name Number
Punks At School 01 - 03
Bull Fight 01 - 08
Prison Fight 01 - 09
Airport Departure 01 - 11
Lost Empire Main Titles 02 - 01
Chariots Of Night Patrol 02 - 07
Chamber Of Horrors 02 - 11
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BSX Records presents the original soundtrack to THE LOST EMPIRE, featuring music composed and performed by Alan Howarth, in association with Alan Howarth, for the 1983 action adventure fantasy written and directed by Jim Wynorski (CHOPPING MALL, DEATHSTALKER II), starring Melanie Vincz, Raven De La Croix, Angela Aames, Paul Coufos, Robert Tessier, Angelique Pettyjohn and Angus Scrimm in the role of Dr. Sin Do.

THE LOST EMPIRE tells the story of Angel Wolfe (Vincz) a police officer seeking to avenge the death of a brother officer at the hands of a gang of jewelry store-robbing ninjas. That’s right. Ninjas who rob jewelry stores. At night. When Angel learns the ninjas are working for unapologetically evil Dr. Sin Do, who is in league with the mysterious evildoer known only as Lee Chuck (Scrimm, in a dual role), Angel recruits some of her athletic lady friends, Whiplash (Aames) and the legendary Indian spirit goddess Whitestar (De La Croix) and they all take off for Dr. Sin Do’s hidden island fortress for some good old fashioned payback. As it happens, Dr. Sin Do, a would-be heir to the mantle of Fu Manchu, is headquartered on a fortified island, not quite unlike Dr. NO, where captive women are imprisoned and forced to fight as gladiators in sadistic tournaments to please the members of his Satanic syndicate.

Released in 1983, THE LOST EMPIRE was the feature film debut of exploitation director Jim Wynorski. A mixture of camp fantasy, corrupt villains, and chesty babes – not to mention caped ninjas and killer apes – the film is a wild and surreal action fantasy that makes the most of its resources despite the lack of a workable budget and loaded with plenty of charm and beautiful women. Wynorski had grown up in New York with aspirations of becoming a movie director, but his announced desire to “be Roger Corman” got him kicked out of a college film program for “lack of aptitude”. So Wynorski moved to California in 1980 and got a job making coming attractions trailers for… Roger Corman. While working for Corman, he wrote and co-produced three exploitation movies for Corman’s New World Pictures in the early 1980s, leading up to THE LOST EMPIRE, which was produced outside of Corman’s company. With a story torn from the headlines of decades’ old pulp magazines and enlivened with a bevy of buxom beauties, THE LOST EMPIRE’s storyline is largely a place setting for Wynorski’s predilection for gorgeous gals, and the director spared no opportunity to exhibit their abundant assets in the telling of his tale.

Disc 1: The Film Score
1. The Lost Empire 3:49
2. Stolen Gem 6:19
3. Punks At School 1:26
4. Spider 0:56
5. Jewelry Shop 1:37
6. Angel's Apartment 1:31
7. Whitestar 1:24
8. Bull Fight 1:36
9. Prison Fight 1:51
10. Induction Center 2:30
11. Airport Departure 1:27
12. Examination Room 2:59
13. Chariots Of Fuego 1:26
14. Night Patrol 1:37
15. Lost Empire Reprise 1:01
16. Sin Do 0:28
17. Gladiators 1:59
18. Night Fortress 1:34
19. The Pit 2:02
20. Let's Get Them Girls 2:00
21. The Seduction 0:58
22. The Fruge 1:37
23. Meet Your Maker 5:22
24. Whitestar End Titles 3:39

Total Time: 51:25

Disc 2: The Album
1. Lost Empire Main Titles 3:24
2. Punks At School/
Angel's Apartment 2:37
3. White Star 3:34
4. Cowboy Fight To Prison 3:25
5. Induction Center 2:25
6. Flight To Golgothaand Examination 4:33
7. Chariots Of Night Patrol 2:55
8. The Gladiator 3:00
9. Seduced By Dinner 2:44
10. Arena Battle 1:56
11. Chamber Of Horrors 1:44
12. Sin Do's Domain 5:15

Total Time: 37:39

  
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