Japanese title: コックリさん Bunshinsaba オリジナル・サウンドトラック
Romaji title:  KOKKURIsan Bunshinsaba ORIJINARU SAUNDOTORAKKU
English title: Table Turning Ouija Board OST

Korean title: 분신사바 Music From the Motion Picture
Romaji title:  Bunshinsaba Music From the Motion Picture
English title:  Ouija Board Music From the Motion Picture

Release date: 2004.08.05 (Korea) / 2005.04.08 (Japan)

Catalog nr: ? (Korean) / DAKPACM-1006 (Japanese)
Label: Nega Network (Korea) / Daiki Sound (Japan)

First press: no


«Kokkurisan Bunshinsaba OST» is the movie soundtrack from the film of the same name. «Kokkurisan» is Japanese, and «Bunshinsaba» Korean. 

The sound track is from a Korean horror movie, and there are different release dates for the album due to it being released in Korea and Japan. The Korean version has the tracklist in Korean, and the Japanese in Japanese. 

There are 15 tracks on the album, and several of them are instrumental themes from the film. Chinatsu and another artist called Sun, form the band «march» and perform two songs on the album. Chinatsu sings two of the songs as a solo artist, credited as Rumiko Tani in the Japanese edition and as Rumico in the Korean.

march

march

From the booklet:

The soundtrack for “Kokkuri-san” was composed of classic orchestral music mainly enhanced by suspenseful sound effects. What sets it apart from other horror film soundtracks is that it has vocal tracks.

The ending theme song is a techno/trip-hop fusion, a duet sung by a Japanese singer, Rumiko Tani, and an up-and-coming Korean singer SUN, produced by Il-Sang Yoon, who has created numerous hit songs.

Other featured soundtracks include a ballad by a highly sought-after producer, An Jeong Hun, who has produced theme songs for popular dramas such as “Bul Sae”, “Lovers in Paris”; a song with a gangsta hip-hop style produced by a composer P.K. who recently returned to Korea after his success in New York; and music by Japanese composers. The soundtrack has different varieties and is collaboration by a team of Japanese and Korean artists.

After the movie, as the credits would start to roll, and you’d hear the ending theme song. I think the music would keep the audience in place because it would be so difficult to come back to the reality right away.

Producer, Jeong Seong Heon

 

[Promo posters] 


TRACK LIST


Japanese edition

01.海岸〜プロローグ (Kaigan -Prologue; Coast -Prologe)
02. 2 Late…
03. Flashback Theme
04. Again
05. W/U I Can
06. Chunhee Theme
07. 深淵 (Shinen; Abyss)
08. Death Theme
09. Hear My Cry
10. Horror Theme
11. Panic Theme
12. Scream Theme
13. Gasp Theme
14. Dark Theme
15. 海岸 with piano 〜エピローグ (Kaigan with piano -Epilogue)

 

Korean edition

01. 바닷가 (Prologue) (Badasga (Prologue); Beach (Prologue))
02. 2 Late…
03. Theme
04. Again 
05. W/U I Can
06. Chunhee Theme
07. 심연 (Simyeon; Abyss)
08. Death Theme
09. Hear My Cry
10. Horror Theme
11. Panic Theme
12. Scream Theme
13. Gasp Theme
14. Dark Theme
15. 바닷가 With Piano (Epilogue) (Badasga With Piano (Epilogue))


CREDITS


 2 Late…

Lyrics: Il-Sang Yun | Music: Il-Sang Yoon | Arrangement: Il-Sang Yoon

This song is in English and Korean, and is sung by march.

 

Again

Lyrics: Jung-Hun An |Music: Ji-Wung Kim | Arrangement: Jung-Hun An

This song is in English and Korean, and is sung by march.

 

W/U I Can 

Lyrics: Phelma | Music: Masahiko Terada? | Arrangement: Masahiko Terada

This song is in English and Japanese, and is sung by Chinatsu; credited as Rumiko Tani / Rumico.

 

Hear My Cry

Lyrics: Bigtone |Music: P.K. | Arrangement: P.K.

This song is in Korean, sung by Chinatsu (credited as Rumiko Tani / Rumico), with rap parts in English sung by Bigtone.


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