Teen Witch Soundtrack
Teen Witch Soundtrack

Teen Witch Soundtrack: Teen Witch is a 1989 American teen fantasy comedy film directed by Dorian Walker, written by Robin Menken and Vernon Zimmerman, and starring Robin Lively and Zelda Rubinstein.

Originally pitched as a female version of Teen Wolf (1985), it was later spun off into a standalone spin-off film of its own; The film featured several improvised rap musical numbers and has since become a cult classic, playing midnight theater shows and regular cable television broadcasts (including as part of ABC Family/Freeform’s 13 Nights of Halloween). including annual performances The film is also popular for its music and reminiscent of 1980s fashion.

Teen Witch (1989) Original Trailer [HD]
Teen Witch Soundtrack

Teen Witch Soundtrack

After a bike accident, sweet but fragile 15-year-old Louise Miller knocks on the door of a strange-looking house in hopes of using the phone. Instead, he meets a strange but welcoming woman, the seer Madame Serena. While reading Louise’s palm, Serena is stunned when she learns that Louise is a reincarnated witch and an old friend from one of her past lives.

Serena reveals that exactly one week later, on Louise’s 16th birthday, her magical powers will return with the help of a powerful talisman that was lost in a former life, an object that Madame Serena says will return its owner.

Teen Witch Soundtrack

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“All Washed Up” – Larry Weir

The Wash (The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is the soundtrack to DJ Pooh’s 2001 comedy film The Wash. It was released on November 6, 2001, by Aftermath Entertainment, Doggy Style Records and Interscope Records.

Composed of seventeen tracks, the album included appearances from film stars Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, as well as other hip hop and R&B artists such as Bilal, Bubba Sparkx, Busta Rhymes, D12, Joe Beast, Knock-Turnal, Latoia Williams. . , SoapFly, Truth Hurts, and Xzibit. Production was handled by several record producers, including Brian-Michael Cox, Focus…, Hi-Tek, James Poyser, Megahertz, Mel-Man, Timbaland, and Victor Dupleix.

“Dream Lover” – Cathy Car

“Dream Lover” is a song written by American musician Bobby Darin. Darin recorded his composition on March 5, 1959, and released it as a single the following month. It was produced by Ahmet Ertegun and Jerry Wexler and engineered by Tom Daoud.

“Finest Hour” – Cindy Valentine featuring Larry Weir

“Finest Hour” is a song by American EDM trio Cash Cash featuring Moroccan singer-songwriter Abir. It was released on April 12, 2018, by Big Beat.

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“High School Blues” – The Puppy Boys
“I Keep on Falling” – Blue Future
“I Like Boys” – Elizabeth and The Weirz
“Get Up and Move” – Cathy Car
“Much too Much” – Cathy Car
“Never Gonna Be the Same Again” (opening sequence) – Lori Ruso
“Never Gonna Be the Same Again” (concert version) – Cindy Valentine
“Popular Girl” – Theresa and The Weirz
“Rap” – Philip McKean and Larry Weir
“Shame” – The Weirz
“Top That” – The Michael Terry Rappers
“In Your Arms” – Richard Elliot

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