King Kong vs. Godzilla (Soundtrack)

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King Kong vs. Godzilla
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Godzilla Soundtracks
Godzilla Raids Again
King Kong vs. Godzilla
Mothra vs. Godzilla
King Kong Soundtracks
Son of Kong
King Kong vs. Godzilla
King Kong Escapes
King Kong vs. Godzilla Soundtrack
The cover for the soundtrack
Composed by Akira Ifukube
Release year(s) 1993
# of tracks 43

The soundtrack for King Kong vs. Godzilla was released in 1993, with music by Akira Ifukube.


  1. Main Title
  2. Series of World Wonders
  3. The Sparkling Iceberg
  4. The Seahawk in Crisis
  5. The Seahawk's SOS
  6. Faro Island
  7. The Natives
  8. Thunder and the Devil
  9. Fumiko's Misgivings
  10. Godzilla's Resurrection
  11. The Cry of the Devil
  12. A Prayer to the Rolling Thunder
  13. The Devil in the South Seas
  14. Drums of Battle
  15. Giant Octopus vs. King Kong
  16. The Sleeping Devil
  17. The Terror of Godzilla
  18. The Invincible King Kong
  19. Preparation for Operation 'Burial'
  20. King Kong vs. Godzilla I
  21. Preparations for Operation 'One Million Volts'
  22. Operation 'Burial'
  23. Operation 'Burial' Fails
  24. Operation 'One Million Volts' I
  25. Operation 'One Million Volts' II
  26. Kong Shows up in Tokyo
  27. The Plan to Rescue Fumiko I
  28. The Plan to Rescue Fumiko II
  29. The Plan to Transport King Kong
  30. King Kong Advances on Fuji
  31. The Confrontation at Fuji
  32. King Kong's Resurrection
  33. King Kong vs. Godzilla II
  34. Ending
  35. The Giant Devil I
  36. The Giant Devil II
  37. The Giant Devil III
  38. The Giant Devil IV
  39. Thunder and the Devil
  40. The Plan to Rescue Fumiko III (ending)
  41. Background Music Inside the Apartment
  42. Transistor Radio Background Music
  43. On-Site Noise

Additional Music

The American version of King Kong vs. Godzilla replaces the majority of Ifukube's score with music from the Universal and Mutel libraries. Tracks which have been identified are below.

  1. "Electrobiology" by Hans J. Salter, originally composed for Man-Made Monster (1941)
  2. "Main Title" and "Kalmuk's Beaten" by Hans J. Salter, originally composed for The Golden Horde (1951)
  3. "Hiding the Princess" by Hans J. Salter, originally composed for Against All Flags (1952)
  4. Hans J. Salter's score from Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954)
  5. "Catch Him!/The Fight" by Herschel Burke Gilbert, originally composed for While the City Sleeps (1956)
  6. "The Empty House" by Hans J. Salter, originally composed for Wichita Town (TV 1959-1960)


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