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Beneath The Planet Of The Apes Leonard Rosenman Amos AAS8001, 1971
Beneath The Planet Of The Apes album cover

Without a doubt the rarest LP from the Planet Of The Apes series, this album appeared on the obscure Amos label in the early 70s. Rosenman uses a disturbing, experimental framework to emphasise the unnatural situation which forms the main thread of the plot. For funk and beats fans, there's one outstanding moment on the album, the great track 'March of the apes'. There's some good dialogue too. Have a listen before you buy as it's usually expensive.

Overall Rating: 3

Track listing:

Opening statement - Cornelius | Main title | General Ursus address | Ape fury | Students - peace and freedom | Underground city | Turkish bath (Ursus and Zaius) | March of the apes | The chase | Brent's interrogation | Captured | Mass of the holy bomb | Doomsday |

 

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