Once Bitten Soundtrack

Once Bitten Soundtrack


Vocal Song Tracks

Once Bitten featured the following songs:

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Song Trivia

Thanks to Amy Green
The movie's title theme song was written by Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly, who wrote 2 of the '80's biggest hits: "Like a Virgin" for Madonna, and "Alone" for the group Heart.
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Boston based synth-rock band '3 Speed' led by front woman Linda Chase contributed the title track and the catchy "Stop Talking About Us".

The possibly apocryphal story of the band's involvement with the project comes with their manager's submission of a demo tape to a studio in Los Angeles. An executive at the studio was listening to their demo tape at his desk when "Once Bitten" producer Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. walked by, heard Linda Chase singing, and apparently ordered the band "on a plane the following weekend".

Despite this travel order, legend goes that the version of "Stop Talking About Us" that we hear is, in fact, the same version as the original demo.

After Once Bitten, 3 Speed sadly weren't ever given the opportunity by their record label to produce a full album of their own, instead they were asked to write songs for more movies, including those for "Rad" and "Savage Streets".

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Instrumental Score

Primary Composer(s): John Du Prez

Once Bitten featured the following pieces of instrumental music:

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Score Trivia

Thanks to Veronica West
John Du Prez did several instrumental score songs for the movie all titled 'Once Bitten.'

Once Bitten [main title theme] (heard at the beginning, in the opening scene)

Once Bitten [parisian] (heard in the first dream Mark Kendall has about the Countess)

Once Bitten [rockin'] (heard a few times throughout the movie, but first when the Countess first brings Mark home to her mansion).

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