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  • 1.  	Riding The Fire Mares (05:24) 2.  	Slayer's Attack (09:22) 3.  	Widow's Web (06:20) 4.  	Colwyn And Lyssa (Love Theme) (02:36) 5.  	Battle On The Parapets (02:32) 6.  	The Widow's Lullaby (05:10) 7.  	Destruction Of The Black Fortress (08:40) 8.  	Epilogue And End Credits (04:48)


    1.  	Krull Main Title & Colwyn's Arrival (07:37) 2.  	Slayer's Attack (09:20) 3.  	Quest For The Glaive (07:24) 4.  	The Seer's Vision (02:20) 5.  	The Battle In The Swamp (02:41) 6.  	Quicksand (03:39) 7.  	Leaving The Swamp (02:01) 8.  	The Widow's Web (06:21) 9.  	Colwyn And Lyssa (Love Theme) (02:36) 10.  	The Widow's Lullaby (05:04) 11.  	Ynyr's Death (01:42) 12.  	Riding The Fire Mares (05:24) 13.  	Battle On The Parapets (02:55) 14.  	Inside The Black Fortress (06:17) 15.  	Death Of The Beast & Destruction Of The Black Fortress (08:36) 16.  	Epilogue And End Titles (04:54)
    Disc/Cassette 1  1.  	Main Title and Colwyn's Arrival (07:35) 2.  	The Slayer's Attack (09:20) 3.  	Quest For The Glaive (07:24) 4.  	Ride To The Waterfall (00:54) 5.  	Lyssa In The Fortress (01:29) 6.  	The Walk To The Seer's Cave (04:11) 7.  	The Seer's Vision (02:19) 8.  	Battle In The Swamp (02:41) 9.  	Quicksand (03:38) 10.  	The Changeling (04:05) 11.  	Colwyn And Lyssa (Love Theme) (02:35)  Disc/Cassette 2  1.  	Leaving The Swamp (02:01) 2.  	The Widow's Web (06:20) 3.  	The Widow's Lullaby (05:03) 4.  	Vella (03:47) 5.  	Ynyr's Death (01:42) 6.  	Riding The Fire Mares (05:23) 7.  	Battle On The Parapets (02:53) 8.  	Inside The Black Fortress (06:16) 9.  	The Death Of The Beast and The Destruction Of The Black Fortress (08:32) 10.  	Epilogue and End Title (04:50)
    1.  	Main Title And Colwyn's Arrival (07:34) 2.  	The Slayers Attack (09:18) 3.  	Quest For The Glaive (07:23) 4.  	Ride To The Waterfall (00:53) 5.  	Lyssa In The Fortress (01:28) 6.  	The Walk To The Seer's Cave (04:10) 7.  	The Seer's Vision (02:18) 8.  	The Battle In The Swamp (02:39) 9.  	Quicksand (03:38) 10.  	The Changeling (04:04) 11.  	Leaving The Swamp (01:58)  Disc/Cassette 2  1.  	Vella (03:46) 2.  	The Widow's Web (06:18) 3.  	The Widow's Lullaby (05:01) 4.  	Ynyr's Death (01:41) 5.  	Ride Of The Firemares (05:22) 6.  	Battle On The Parapets (02:53) 7.  	Inside The Black Fortress (06:13) 8.  	The Death Of The Beast And The Destruction Of The Black Fortress (08:31) 9.  	Epilogue And End Title (04:52) BONUS TRACKS : 10.  	Colwyn And Lyssa Love Theme (02:35) 11.  	The Walk To The Seer's Cave (Album Edit Version) (02:16) 12.  	Theme From "Krull" (04:48)

  • Recording dates: 13-21 december 1982, 4-6 january 1983
    Studio: CTS Studios, Wembley.
    Orchestrations: Greig McRitchie, James Horner
    Sound Engineer: John Richards
    Choir: Ambrosian Singers
    Synthesizer effects: Ian Underwood


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