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Yor the Hunter From the Future soundtrack

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Yor the Hunter From the Future soundtrack

Postby British » Tue Sep 30, 2003 12:05 am

About 8 years ago I saw this in a used book store in Duluth. I regret not buying it.

I see on the Interweb that there's three soundtracks available for it on CD format. Of course, one of them released in Australia doesn't have the main title song!

Anyways, I managed to pick up a VHS copy of the movie a few weeks back. Wow is it bad. The quesiton is does anyone have the title song, "Yor's War" on MP3? I'd love to get a clean copy.

Not sure who even sings it, but it sounds a bit like Queen's title track for Flash Gordon(another good soundtrack).

Obscure movie. Even more obscure considering it was a movie chopped down from a 4-part Italian miniseries.
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Postby Bob-O » Tue Sep 30, 2003 8:01 am

About 8 years ago I saw this in a used book store in Duluth.


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Postby British » Wed Oct 01, 2003 12:24 am

I think that was the bookstore. It was the biggest used book store in Duluth that resembled a landfill of sorts in terms of overstock of merchandise.

I could spend years in there looking for nostalgic 80s stuff, like that character in The Twilight Zone
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