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Encyclopedia > Death Wish II (album)

Death Wish II is a soundtrack album by Jimmy Page, released by Swan Song Records on March 1, 1982 to accompany the film Death Wish II. Page uses a Roland guitar synthesizer on a number of tracks. Soundtrack features Dave Mattacks from Fairport Convention and veteran singer Chris Farlowe.


The album was #50 on debut on the Billboard's Pop Albums chart.


Track listing

  1. "Who's to Blame"
  2. "Chase"
  3. "City Sirens"
  4. "Jam Sandwich"
  5. "Carole's Theme"
  6. "Release"
  7. "Hotel Rats and Photostats"
  8. "Shadow in the City"
  9. "Jill's Theme"
  10. "Prelude"
  11. "Big Band, Sax and Violence"
  12. "Hypnotizing Ways (Oh Mamma)"

Personnel

  • Jimmy Page - Electric guitars, producer
  • Chris Farlowe - Vocals
  • Gordon Edwards - Keyboards, vocals
  • Dave Lawson - Keyboards
  • David Sinclair Whittaker - Keyboards
  • Dave Paton - Bass guitar
  • Dave Mattacks - Drums and percussion

Additional notes

Catalogue: Swan Song XSS8511


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