Some amazing music from the 1977 David Cronenberg movie Rabid

Hypnotic, sinister, minimal, and with just a stuttered chill of sterile, sci-fi futurism—I’ve always thought Cronenberg got very lucky during his low-budget days to discover and license such a stylistically fitting track of stock library music for his 1977 horror production, Rabid. [Source]

Five library tracks which were used in David Cronenberg’s Rabid from 1977.

Track 1 is HIDEOUT by Brian Bennett from the KPM library record KPM 1157 The Hunter / Drama Suit from 1975.

Track 2 is SCREAM by Brian Bennett from the KPM library record KPM 1157 The Hunter / Drama Suit from 1975.

Track 3 is VULCAIN by Claude Vasori from the library record Energie (MPI/LP 541) from 1972.

Track 4 is HIDEOUT (Shock) by Brian Bennett from the KPM library record KPM 1157 The Hunter / Drama Suit from 1975.

Track 5 is SUMMER’S COMMING by Keith Mansfield from the KPM library record KPM 1175 Love’s Theme from 1976.

The clip features various posters as some german lobby cards.

One thought

  1. What was the name of the song that Murray an Hart were listening to in the car on their way to clinic (the same day Keloid cuts off his wife’s finger)?

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