EDIT: Just to clarify things, everything was written in my first post. This is the release on CD of what was available on the agentinian audio cassette and also on the french vinyl disc back in the 80's! So it contains the same content. This is an official item, not a bootlegged one made of mp3 files.
Here is the track listing : 1. Masters of the Universe 2’50 (Haim Saban / Shuky Levy) 2. Teela's theme 1’25 (Haim Saban / Shuky Levy) 3. Orko's theme 1’52 (Haim Saban / Shuky Levy)
4. Sweet Dreams 1’55 (Haim Saban / Shuky Levy) 5. Castle Grayskull 1’25 (Haim Saban / Shuky Levy) 6. The Royal Family 1’42 (Haim Saban / Shuky Levy) 7. Orko's Crazy Race 0’55 (Haim Saban / Shuky Levy) 8. Snake Mountain's theme 2’00 (Haim Saban / Shuky Levy) 9. Méditation 1’50 (Haim Saban / Shuky Levy) 10. Orko and the time whell machine 1’30 (Haim Saban / Shuky Levy) 11. The Magic Planet 3’00 (Haim Saban / Shuky Levy) 12. A Friend in Need 16’00 (originale story from the TV episode) 13. Masters of the Universe (Alternative Version) 2’48 (Haim Saban / Shuky Levy) 14. Masters of the Universe (Spanish intro) 3’30 (Haim Saban / Shuky Levy)
So It countains the 12 bgms that we all know, the spanish introduction (because it has a song inside). The one name "12. Les bons amis 16’00 (Une histoire originale extraite de la série TV)" is the episode "A friend in need" that was available on the french vinyl disc.
The company 13 BIS RECORD is a serious compagny and will not try to release a bootleged disc.
And here is the e-mail of some one working at 13 bis records : email@example.com . You can try to contact him for more news. He will forward to the team who's in charge of this project."
That would be my assumption about the album master. As far as the other Levy Filmation tracks, doesn't Levy have all the original tapes and is just stubborn about letting someone release them? I thought I read that somewhere...
I believe that the company Classic Media own the rights to Filmation's He-Man and She-Ra cartoons, not Disney. They are currently distributing the shows on DVD. Mattel Toys recently aquired permission to make action figure toys based on characters that only appeared in the Filmation cartoons (as you know, Mattel already owns the rights to everything else He-Man/She-Ra), and they went through Classic Media to obtain those rights.
Great for those who don't have these, but I'd rather see some C&C score releases of Real Ghostbusters, Thundercats and G.I. Joe. These album releases of cartoon shows always feel like a teaser to me rather than a definitive release.
I believe that the company Classic Media own the rights to Filmation's He-Man and She-Ra cartoons, not Disney. They are currently distributing the shows on DVD. I was talking about the rights for publishing the original soundtracks. In the 80's they were SABAN RECORDS master tapes. Saban Records was sold to Disney many years ago.
So the original soundtrack master tapes of Shuki Levy (Saban Records) now should be owned by Disney Records.