"I love the far reach of Lexx. People from all over the world are enjoying this show. And the mp3s allow my music to be shared and appreciated by people I normally would not have access to. So no, I don't have a problem with it; it's very gratifying to me."
-- Marty Simon, composer of the soundtrack to Lexx, on the sharing of his music. [source]
It's a turnaround from the last time I looked. Then he was dead set against it. There is another here
where he says "Rock on".
Last.fm doesn't have the music available to listen to, but you can at least see a track list for the official ones:
Lexx: The Dark Zone Stories
(UK version) Tales From A Parallel Universe
(US version) (they are the same, but the UK version has a few tracks combined)
(Fighters fight the fight)
A HOME VA-YA-RAY
(For their home and their heart)
(We fighters will win or die)
(Forever we are the Brunnen G)
"...I am of Russian decent, but truthfully the song was composed without any
specific influence. The toughest part was composing a lyric based on a language
no one had heard before and getting my singers to sing convincingly and with
great passion....words which they did not understand!" -- Marty Simon
- yes, it's a bootleg. Straight off the episode in fact. No official soundtrack exists for that episode, which is very very vocal in nature as compared to other Lexx tracks. It's interesting to listen to by itself, but you really should see the episode too.. throw a few bucks at the second season on DVD. It's worth it even if Lexx isn't really your thing. I mean, I'm about the last one who would like a musical and it's probably my favorite episode.
Almost forgot to mention, the id3 tags in those mp3s are screwed up, so if you want an accurate track list you'll have to edit them.