Top Ten Favorite Songs from The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Rocky Horror, The Rocky, Rocky Horror And Rocky Horror Revival
Rocky Horror’s soundtrack is legendary, but it wasn’t until the year 2034 that it officially debuted in the world’s most popular film series.
The score, composed by composer/singer/songwriter Rashawn Slater, is an epic and soulful musical epic that blends elements of rock and folk and is the most iconic musical score in film history.
The Rocky’s soundtrack reached a million YouTube hits and has been reissued on vinyl and CD.
The soundtrack also includes a handful of original tracks from the film that aren’t included in the film.
But the best parts of the soundtrack are the tracks from The Rock’s musical legacy.
The songs on the soundtrack include: “I’ll Take It to You” by The Rolling Stones, “I Won’t Give Up on You” from The Beach Boys, “The Rock Anthem” by Santana, “Rocky Horror” by Metallica, “Rise And Shine” by Elvis Costello, “Don’t Stop Believin'” by The Who, “Love Theme” by Prince, “A Little Light” by Sting, “Lazarus” by the Beatles, “All Along The Watchtower” by Creedence Clearwater Revival, “Hound Dog” by Bob Marley, “We Are The Champions” by Michael Jackson, “In The Line Of Fire” by Queen, “Faster” by Guns N’ Roses, “No, I’m Not Gonna Dance” by Black Sabbath, “Come Together” by Bon Jovi, “Dancing In The Street” by Paul Simon, “Barefoot and Bizarre” by John Denver, “Do It Again” by U2, “Sweet Dreams” by Radiohead, “You’ll Never Walk Alone” by Fleetwood Mac, “Carmen” by David Bowie, “Tears” by Journey, “It’s a Long Way to the Top” by Stevie Wonder, “Sugar” by Led Zeppelin, “Million” by Eminem, “Take Me Out” by TLC, “Walk Like An Eagle” by Adele, “Runnin’ For Your Life” by Bruce Springsteen, “Let Me Love You” and “Hallelujah” by Pearl Jam.
Rashawn Slatter is a composer, songwriter, and producer who has worked with such artists as Adele and Stevie.