Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Clubman Stage (Route 5), Music from Danger 5: Stereo Adventures, Temptress, Confidence, Danger 5: Series 2 (Original Soundtrack), Danger 5: Series 1 (Original Soundtrack), and Suspicion - Single. , and , . Purchasable with gift card Buy Digital Discography $39.58 AUD or more (10% OFF) Send as Gift Share / Embed 1. Danger 5 Theme 00:20 buy track 2. The Black Dog 01:16 buy track 3. Madame Julietta 02:38 buy track 4. The Diamond Girls 00:43 buy track 5. Carbonado 01:51 buy track 6. This Is a German Plane 00:59 buy track 7. Göring's Base, Bahamas 01:47 buy track 8. Nassau 02:31 buy track 9. Italians 00:43 buy track 10. Baboon Voodoo 00:22 buy track 11. The Diamond Machine 00:49 buy track 12. Improvise 01:10 buy track 13. Better Luck Next Time 00:30 buy track 14. Zeppelins Approach 00:32 buy track 15. The Petit Cheval 01:49 buy track 16. This Is a Raid 00:45 buy track 17. Fruit Madrid 00:50 buy track 18. Goebbel's Grand Plan 00:42 buy track 19. Escape from the Outpost 01:28 buy track 20. The Flaming Swastika 00:37 buy track 21. Special Costumes 00:25 buy track 22. American Attack 00:40 buy track 23. Celeste 01:18 buy track 24. The Statue Revealed 00:37 buy track 25. Glass Coffee Table 00:33 buy track 26. The Swan Song 00:40 buy track 27. Happy Birthday Mein Führer 01:15 buy track 28. Nazi Dinosaurs 02:45 buy track 29. Afro-Cuban Rhythm Club 01:11 buy track 30. Jungle Springs 01:44 buy track 31. Purple Gas 00:31 buy track 32. Paradigm Shift 02:04 buy track 33. Wednesdays with Arthur 01:03 buy track 34. Fatcat Science 01:00 buy track 35. The Crystal 00:18 buy track 36. Welcome to Japan 00:18 buy track 37. Kill Men of the Rising Sun 02:45 buy track 38. Chang's Opium Pagoda 03:04 buy track 39. Massage Oil 00:48 buy track 40. The Emperor's Theme 01:49 buy track 41. The Resort 01:20 buy track 42. Stalin's Moustache 00:54 buy track 43. Gold Theme 01:56 buy track 44. The Casino 01:56 buy track 45. The Camel Club 00:49 buy track 46. La Mia Vita 01:39 buy track 47. The Restaurant 02:46 buy track 48. The Happy Pervert 01:15 buy track 49. Beans Beans Beans 01:17 buy track 50. Himmler 01:23 buy track 51. Swiss Place 01:13 buy track 52. Lemon San Diego's 01:17 buy track 53. Oh Please 02:27 buy track 54. Gordon 00:56 buy track 55. Seed of The Fatherland 03:25 buy track 56. Nazi Monsters 01:08 buy track 57. Happiness Is A Giant Crab 01:48 buy track 58. Neptune's 01:29 buy track 59. The Perils of The Sea 01:08 buy track 60. Lobster Bisque 01:08 buy track 61. Clones 00:23 buy track 62. Pierre Breaks Free 00:43 buy track 63. Gold, Fine Chocolates, Children's Teeth 00:51 buy track 64. Danger Warrior 01:07 buy track 65. Victory Demon 02:37 buy track 66. The Void 00:42 buy track 67. The Future 01:21 buy track 68. John Product 00:54 buy track 69. Mission Accomplished 00:43 buy track about If you have seen Danger 5: Series 1, then this is the music from Danger 5 Series 1. If you haven't seen it, then go find it. It's on Netflix or otherwise somewhere illegal.There are 69 tracks on this album, some long, some short. Pretty much every music cue from the entire series. Why all of it? Because It always pisses me off when I search for TV show soundtracks and never find the one obscure cue that made me search for the damn thing to start with.Won't happen here.This album was inspired by a large list of artists from the 50s, 60s and 70s including: Takeshi Terauchi, Lalo Schifrin, Carol Kaye, Yuzo Kayama, Elvis, Ennio Morricone, Piero Umiliani, Stelvio Cipriani, Bulent orgacil, Santana, Les Baxter, Gabriella Ferri, Mina and Goblin. =- $(".tralbum-about").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_about"), "more", "less"); credits released September 1, 2014 Composed, Recorded and Engineered by Dario RussoDario Russo: Guitar, bass, synth, recorder, keys, bongos, percussion, vocals.David Ashby: Drums, percussionSam Eads: French Horn, Trumpet Alex Musolino: Saxophone Michaela Burger: Vocals (La Mia Vita) Mastered by Matt Gray $(".tralbum-credits").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_long"), "more", "less"); license all rights reserved tags Tags 60s alternative italian easy listening exoitica krautrock latvian soundtrack spaghetti surfrock western world music Australia Shopping cart total USD Check out about Dario Russo Australia
A massive fire erupts at one of the SOC oil fields. The only way to extinguish the flames and cap the well is an explosion caused by nitroglycerine. With short notice and lack of proper equipment, it must be transported within jerrycans placed in two large trucks from the SOC headquarters, 500 km (300 miles) away. Due to the poor condition of the roads and the highly volatile nature of nitroglycerine, the job is considered too dangerous for the unionized SOC employees.
Mario and Jo arrive at the scene of the explosion only to find a large crater rapidly filling with oil from a pipeline ruptured in the blast. Jo exits the vehicle to help Mario navigate through the oil-filled crater. The truck, however, is in danger of becoming bogged down and during their frantic attempts to prevent it from getting stuck, Mario runs over Jo. Although the vehicle is ultimately freed from the muck, Jo is mortally wounded. On their arrival at the oil field, Mario and Jo are hailed as heroes, but Jo is dead and Mario collapses from exhaustion. Upon his recovery, Mario heads home in the same truck, now freed of its dangerous cargo. He collects double the wages following his friends' deaths, and refuses the appointed chauffeur offered by SOC. Mario jubilantly drives down a mountain road, while a party is being held at the cantina back in town where Mario's friends eagerly await his arrival, which is expected to be in two hours. Mario swerves recklessly and intentionally, having cheated death so many times on the same road. Linda, dancing in the cantina, faints. Mario takes one corner too fast and plunges through the guardrail to his death.
DJ Booth, a popular music critic, interviewed Gunna about his new album a few days before his controversial whippets video debut. Soon after, the critic deleted the interview condoning whippets. Because youth are influenced by popular artists, it is a danger to public health for artists to glorify drug abuse in their music and videos. 2b1af7f3a8