Halloween 5 Expanded Soundtrack Deals: Price List & Price Comparison

Halloween 5-The Revenge of Michael Myers (Expanded
Halloween 5-The Revenge of Michael Myers (Expanded Edition)
Laurie's Theme
Halloween II
Halloween II Theme
Halloween II Suite B (Bonus
Halloween II Suite B (Bonus Mix)
Mr. Sandman
The Shape Stalks
The Shape Stalks Again
Halloween II Suite C (Bonus
Halloween II Suite C (Bonus Mix)
He Know's Where She
He Know's Where She Is
Halloween II Suite D (Bonus
Halloween II Suite D (Bonus Mix)
Laurie and
Laurie and Jimmy
Halloween II Suite E (Bonus
Halloween II Suite E (Bonus Mix)
Operation Room
Michael's Sister
Still He
Still He Kills
Shape In Laurie's
Shape In Laurie's Room
Flats In The Parking
Flats In The Parking Lot
Mrs. Alves
Halloween II Suite
Halloween II Suite F
The Greatest Showman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Footloose (15th Anniversary Expanded Edition) Soundtrack
Halloween (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Halloween - Original Soundtrack (Vinyl)
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (The Movie Soundtrack) (CD)
Dumplin' Soundtrack
Guardians Of The Galaxy Soundtrack
Mary Poppins Soundtrack (Digi-Pak)
Empire Season 3 Soundtrack (Walmart Exclusive)
Game Of Thrones Season 5 Soundtrack
My Fair Lady: Expanded Soundtrack (Vinyl)
When the single "Kiss Me" was featured on the soundtrack for 1999's NEVER BEEN KISSED and reached the Top 10, many assumed that Sixpence None The Richer was a new band. The band, formed in New Braunfels, Texas in the early '90s, was in fact four albums old at that point-if you include the curious 1996 stopgap release TICKETS FOR A PRAYER WHEEL as a proper album.The disc is something of an expanded CD single for "Within a Room Somewhere," a track from Sixpence None the Richer's second album, THIS BEAUTIFUL MESS. This song appears here in four versions: radio edit, demo, remix, and original. However, the other tracks on this album-length CD more than make up for the repetition. Sixpence None the Richer's greatest asset is Leigh Bingham's expressive voice, which often sounds not unlike a more subtle and controlled Tori Amos and perfectly fits the sympathetic folk-pop settings of "Dresses" and "Carry You."