The Phantom of the Opera (Remastered 2000) - The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) & Andrew Lloyd Webber

The Phantom of the Opera (Remastered 2000) - The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) & Andrew Lloyd Webber

The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) & Andrew Lloyd Webber

  • Genre: Musicals
  • Release Date: 1987-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 21

  • ℗ 1987 The Really Useful Group Ltd.

The Phantom of the Opera (Remastered 2000) - The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) & Andrew Lloyd Webber Tracks

Title Artist Time
Prologue Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 1:56 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Overture The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 3:05 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Think of Me Andrew Lloyd Webber, Steve Barton & Sarah Brightman 4:09 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Angel of Music Andrew Lloyd Webber, Janet Devenish & Sarah Brightman 2:20 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Little Lotte ./The Mirror . (A Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 2:48 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
The Phantom Of The Opera Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 5:02 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
The Music of the Night Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 5:41 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
I Remember ./Stranger Than You Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 3:21 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Magical Lasso Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 0:59 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Notes ./Prima Donna Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 10:56 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Poor Fool, He Makes Me Laugh Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 3:06 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Why Have You Brought Me Here Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 3:11 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
All I Ask of You Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 4:14 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
All I Ask of You The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 3:23 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Entr'Acte Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 3:03 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Masquerade / Why So Silent The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 6:24 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Notes ./Twisted Every Way Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 9:41 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Wishing You Were Somehow Here Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 3:30 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Wandering Child ./Bravo, Monsi Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 6:24 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
The Point of No Return Michael Reed & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 5:32 Play Video D/L Sheet Music
Down Once More .../Track Down Andrew Lloyd Webber, Michael Crawford, Sarah Brightman, Steve Barton & The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) 11:55 Play Video D/L Sheet Music

The Phantom of the Opera (Remastered 2000) - The Phantom of the Opera (Original London Cast) & Andrew Lloyd Webber User Reviews

  • Dnndjchcj

    5
    By lilybecca
    C nfnc
  • Lovely

    5
    By HRBuckLamond
    No one sings it like Sarah Brightman!... and sorry I’m not giving him name credit, but The Phantom’s voice is perfect! This album, the musical, my favorite!
  • Exceptional!!!

    5
    By ShadowX17
    One of my favorite soundtracks!
  • Caroline Holland

    5
    By Caroline Holland
    I think the 2004 movie is the best. The music is great
  • Love this music. Brava

    5
    By JAILYNN 💍
    Bravee bravee
  • ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    5
    By annaluvzu
    Absolutely 100% amazing!!! I love this soundtrack so much and I can't wait to watch this version!!
  • Phanominal

    5
    By iWantTeenTitansSeason6
    What a great score to such a great musical. Michael Crawford is THE Phantom! His beautiful tenor voice and Sarah Brightman’s amazing soprano voice compliment each other perfectly. I have seen the movie, which I wasn’t too impressed by... although Gerard Butler is a fantastic actor, his voice is weak... and I think this version is far superior. Nothing beats Michael Crawford’s maniacal laugh during “All I Ask of You (Reprise)”, Crawford’s beautiful take on “The Music of the Night”, the entire overture, or “The Phantom of the Opera”. The emotion is there, the vocals are there, the, in a sense, power is there. All these wonderful things mix together and, with a dash of Chemical X (the entire show and its story) and a wonderful show is born. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s work is wonderfully shown in this album!!
  • Phantom of the Opera

    5
    By AmunRePharaoh
    Extremely good music!!
  • Musings on the Phantom

    5
    By Mage Menander
    I had the good luck of seeing Crawford in his last season of Phantom. I was 10 or 11 and even got to meet him after the performance, which was on Christmas Eve, by the way. Easily one of the best and most memorable Christmases in my life. My mom and dad, unaware of the psychological effect the story and music had on me, had taken me. By the end of the show I was in tears. Even at that early age I could appreciate the aspects of unrequited love and alienation resulting in madness and misanthropy. I hated all my peers at school and church because of how they ostricized me and made me feel small on a daly basis. Not to mention the adults who either chimed in with their kids in criticizing and putting me down, or simply didn't want to deal with the situation. My parents included. I've always been "different." I never fit in anywhere, not even in "rebellious" circles like the Punk, Gothic, Metal and underground Alternative subcultures, which I tried, only to find they were as dogmatic and controlling as your average Mormon church. I fanticized of "haunting" my my (Seventh Day Adventist) church when I was a kid and playing all kinds of nasty "ghostly" tricks on the congregants and their dirtbag kids. I even imagined cutting down the church's chandelier upon the unsuspecting congregation during the altar call. Alienation and emotional abuse and neglect are very real things that damage human conciousness for life. We create the very monsters we want to destroy, which makes humankind the worst hypocrites concievable. As Christine said, the true distortion is not the Phantom's deformed face, but his disfigured soul. He doesn't get to retort in the musical, but the Lon Chaney film version from 1925 shows "Erik" stating "If I am the Phantom, it is because Man's hatred has made me so." We forget that the Phantom is not a monster. He is not Michael Myers or Freddy or Dracula, or Darth Vader, or even Joan Crawford in "Mommy Dearest." He's a supergenius, probably with as great a capacity for goodness as for evil. God's practical joke was to give this incredible mind the worlds most repugnant face. The novel talks about how the Phantom's face would disturb and frighten the average person to their very soul. After a lifetime of hatred and abuse, to the point of having to pretend to be a ghost in order to interract with the outside world... can we really blame the Phantom for being what he is? Can we truly call him a monster? Maybe human kind in general is the true monster, and the Phantom, as well as Christine and Raoul (the only two true heroes of the story) are just victims of circumstance who did their best. The lovers win of course, but the Phantom is strangely redeemed by the compassion of Christine. He renounces his "monsterhood" and prefers to fade away while Christine and Raoul live "happily ever after." Or do they?
  • Sarah Brightman

    5
    By MusicLover5900
    I don't care what anyone says otherwise, Sarah Brightman can't be surpassed. Get only this album. Don't waste your time with the 25th Anniversary edition and obviously the Hollywood version.

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