Crack in the World:
Uma Fenda no Mundo (Brazil)
Una grieta en el mundo (Spain) (TV title)
¿Hacia el fin del mundo? (Spain)
Quand la terre s'entr'ouvrira (France) (poster title)
Quand la terre s'entrouvrira (France)
Esperimento IS: il mondo si frantuma (Italy)
Ein Riß in der Welt (West Germany)
Fase IV: Destruição (Brazil)
Sucesos en la IV fase (Spain)
Phase IV (France) / (UK) / (West Germany) (video title)
Phase Four (UK)
Fase IV: distruzione Terra (Italy)
Phase 4 (West Germany)
Phase Vier (West Germany) (TV title)
Limited edition of 1000 copies.
La-La Land Records, Paramount Pictures and Paramount Music present the original motion picture scores to both the 1965 sci-fi dramatic adventure CRACK IN THE WORLD, starring Dana Andrews and Janette Scott, and directed by Andrew Marton, and the 1974 sci-fi, insect cult shocker PHASE IV, starring Nigel Davenport and Michael Murphy, and directed by Saul Bass. Both scores make their premiere CD debuts here, with CRACK IN THE WORLD'S composer John Douglas (TV's TRANSFORMERS, G.I. JOE) fashioning a traditionally rousing and richly dramatic orchestral ride, while Brian Gascoigne's (THE EMERALD FOREST) PHASE IV heads in another, but no less compelling direction, with pioneering electronic and acoustic sonics creating a soundscape for the striking imagery in renowned graphic artist Saul Bass' experimental directorial debut. Produced by Dan Goldwasser, digitally transferred by Johnny Dee Davis, and mastered by Doug Schwartz, this special, limited edition release of 1000 units features exclusive, in-depth liner notes by writer Jeff Bond and cracking art design by Goldwasser.
NOTE: CRACK IN THE WORLD was sourced from 35mm, 3-track mono DME stems, and as a result, some dialogue bleed-through can be detected. The acclaimed PHASE IV program presented on the recent Waxwork Records LP release was recreated for this CD by Doug Schwartz, from Waxwork's unmarked, unslated source files.