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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Alain Goraguer - La Planète Sauvage (Bande Sonore Originale)

Man, just squeaked in under the wire to get with this September Sci-Fi thang. Been busy as hell...sleeping, & didn’t realize another month had rolled by.

Here’s the soundtrack from one of my favorite sci-fi movies of all, La Planète Sauvage or as it was known in the US, Fantastic Planet. Released in France in 1973.

I’m not going to go into detail about the movie. If you haven’t seen it, check it out. If you have, watch it again, it’s always great. The film takes place in the future in which human beings, known as "Oms" (from the French word hommes, meaning men), have been brought to the Draags' home planet, where they are kept as pets with special collars. The Draags are an alien race, humanoid in appearance but a hundred times larger than humans, with blue skin, fan-like earlobes & protruding red eyes.

The music is by Alain Goraguer, who created music for other French films, including several other animated ones including The Dead Times (Les Temps Morts)(1964) & The Snails (Les Escargots) (1965), both by René Laloux & Roland Topor, who are also responsible for La Planète Sauvage. The music features synthesizers, flute, Hohner clavinet, guitar (with lots of wah-wah effects), bass, & drums. The music to La Planète Sauvage is a progressive funky score, like Pink Floyd meets Shaft.

Year of Release: 1973
Label: Pathé Marconi EMI 2C 066-12698
Genre: Soundtrack, Soul-Jazz, Free Jazz, Jazz-Funk

Side 1 -
Déshominisation II
Déshominisation I
Le Bracelet
Ten et Tiwa
Maquillage de Tiwa
Course de Ten
Ten et Médor
Ten et Tiwa Dorment
Ten Est Assomé
Conseil des Draags
Les Hommes - La Grande Co-Existence
Side 2 -
La Femme
Mira et Ten
Mort de Draag
L' Oiseau
La Cité des Hommes Libres
Attaque des Robots
La Longue Marche
Les Fusées
Strip Tease
Méditation des Enfants
La Vieille Meurt

Download: Alain Goraguer - La Planète Sauvage (Bande Sonore Originale)
Download Size: 87.3MB (ripped at 320Kbps)

The decryption code is in the comments.


Anonymous said...

Oh wow...I just watched this movie recently (I may have even posted about it). Fantastic film! Nice choice!

Anonymous said...

Yes! Thank you for sharing this. I love this soundtrack, and had been having the hardest time finding it. I tried to buy the digital download on Amazon, but it wasn't available outside of the U.S...

Anonymous said...

Thank you SO much...

Anonymous said...

Hey anyone know where I can get this album?
Searching everywhere.
Email me : the.real.mattrix@gmail.com


This has been re-uploaded to MEGA. Any problems, read the note on the recent Saccharine Trust post. I have sent you an email. Any one with problems, leave a comment. The decryption code is below.


The decryption code for this file is:

nix said...


Arquivador da Real said...

thanks man.

Anonymous said...

you're da bomb


Hope I'm not a stink bomb!

Unknown said...

Muchas Gracias!!

Anonymous said...


not said...

Ohhh thanks!

Unknown said...

It's nice having finally find a complete version with this high quality.

Anonymous said...

excellent soundtrack ty ty ty

Jack Bradshaw said...

Fantastic Planet (1973) - Closed Caption: English (Original French/U.S. Translation)

Unknown said...

thank you!!

Danhid said...

Thank you my friend