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Various - Young Einstein: A Serious Motion Picture Soundtrack flac

  • Performer: Various
  • Album: Young Einstein: A Serious Motion Picture Soundtrack
  • Label: A&M Records
  • Catalog #: CD 3929, CD3929
  • FLAC: 1390 mb | MP3: 1418 mb
  • Released: 1988
  • Country: US
  • Style: Garage Rock
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 772
  • Category: Rock
Various - Young Einstein: A Serious Motion Picture Soundtrack flac


1Unknown ArtistA Fist Full Of Scientists
Producer – David Roach, Martin Armiger, Yahoo Serious
2The Song CompanyGreat Big Brain
Producer – Yahoo Serious
3Models I Hear Motion
Producer – Nick Launay
4Yahoo Serious & LuluWho Can You Trust? (Main Theme)
Producer – Yahoo Serious
5Paul Kelly And The MessengersDumb Things
Producer – Martin Armiger
6Yahoo SeriousTheory Of Relativity
Producer – Yahoo Serious
7Yahoo SeriousRoll And Rock Music
Producer – Yahoo Serious
8Big PigHungry Town
Producer – Nick Launay
9Yahoo SeriousYoung Einstein Pacifist
Producer – Yahoo Serious
10Yahoo SeriousThe Tasmanian0:07
11The StemsAt First Sight
Producer – Alan Thorne, Dom Mariani, Guy Gray
12IcehouseGreat Southern Land
Producer – Iva Davies, Keith Forsey
13The Saints The Music Goes Round My Head
Producer – Vanda & Young
14The Lime SpidersWeirdo Libido
Producer – Cameron Allan
15Mental As AnythingRock And Roll Music
Producer – Steve James


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TVL 93282, RML 53282Various Young Einstein (A Serious Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(LP, Comp, Ltd, Pin)Mushroom, MushroomTVL 93282, RML 53282Australia1988
AMA 3929Various Young Einstein (OST) ‎(LP, Comp)A&M RecordsAMA 3929UK1988
TVC 93282, RMC 53282Various Young Einstein ‎(Cass, Comp, Chr)Mushroom, MushroomTVC 93282, RMC 53282Australia1988
AMLS 63929Various Young Einstein (A Serious Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(LP)A&M RecordsAMLS 63929South Africa1988
TVL 93282, RML 53282Various Young Einstein (A Serious Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(LP, Comp)Mushroom, MushroomTVL 93282, RML 53282Australia1988


  • Barcode: 0 7502-13929-2 2
  • Matrix / Runout: DIDX-005065 1
  • Other (Mastering Code): DIDY 005065
  • Other (Around Hub): Made in USA BY DIGITAL AUDIO DISC CORP. [DADC logo]


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Serious Productions Pty. Ltd.
  • Pressed By – DADC


I must write ten words, but need only one: yes.
Throw her heart
In the summer of 1989, Warner Bros. took out four full-page, centerfold ads in Premiere magazine (a top-tier movie magazine at that time) to promote four movies to be released over four months. These were the four movies that Warner Bros. had the highest hopes for, so the spread was prestige placement for the best they had to offer.For May, there was Clint Eastwood's Pink Cadillac, which is not one of his best and wasn't a big hit, but at the time, it was KINDA what audiences liked to see. Put another way, Eastwood was 59 at the time and was still an action draw before he became the high-quality filmmaking draw he became starting in 1992 with Unforgiven.In June, there was Batman, which turned out to be the biggest hit of the year.July's promotion was for Lethal Weapon 2, the kind of R-rated buddy/cop/comedy/action movie that is usually PG-13 these days and not nearly as good.In the August position was what Warner Bros. thought would be a sleeper hit as well as its own "Crocodile" Dundee: Young Einstein.The ads were so exciting that I wanted to see all four movies. I ended up seeing Batman and Lethal Weapon 2 in the theatre, but saw Pink Cadillac with my dad on home video. When Young Einstein was released on VHS, my dad reluctantly rented it for me, but only on a day when he wasn't going to be home so he didn't have to watch it. My brother and I watched it and tried to understand what was supposed to be funny, or good, or worth seeing, or even worth promoting in that excellent spread. As of this writing in 2016, we still don't understand any of that.The movie is really, really bad. Horrendously bad. If you consider yourself a sophisticated movie-watcher and you're pretty smart and got a good education, it's the kind of movie that is enjoyed only by the family of that friend of yours that you grew up with who wasn't really bright and had the parents who weren't as smart as adults as you were as a kid at the same time. The kind of people who liked that movie, but never mentioned ever even seeing any other movie, causing you to think that Young Einstein was the only movie they'd ever seen, so it had to be the best they'd seen, but only by default, which meant it was also the worst, but they were nice people who were just tying to be positive about the whole experience. You know the type.In other words, as Tico on Dora the Explorer would say, "It's a piece of shit." So, now that you have an idea about how the movie was, I can get to my review of Young Einstein's soundtrack.The music on this album is worse than the movie.
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