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Album: The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Karaoke Version

Artist: The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band

  • Genre: Karaoke
  • Release Date: 1995
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 19

  • Copyright: ℗ 1995 Ode Records

Tracklist For The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Karaoke Version By Artist The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band

Title Artist Time
1
Science Fiction/Double Feature The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 4:31 USD 0.99
2
Dammit Janet (Karaoke Version) The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 2:25 USD 0.99
3
Over At the Frankenstein Place The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 3:48 USD 0.99
4
Sweet Transvestite (Karaoke Ve The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 3:25 USD 1.29
5
Time Warp (Karaoke Version) The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 4:12 USD 1.29
6
The Sword of Damocles (Karaoke The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 2:22 USD 0.99
7
I Can Make You a Man (Karaoke The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 2:12 USD 0.99
8
Hot Patootie - Bless My Soul ( The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 3:04 USD 0.99
9
I Can Make You a Man (Reprise) The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 1:45 USD 0.99
10
Once In a While (Karaoke Versi The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 3:09 USD 0.99
11
Touch-A, Touch-A, Touch Me (Ka The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 2:33 USD 0.99
12
Eddie (Karaoke Version) The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 2:46 USD 0.99
13
Planet, Schmanet, Janet (Karao The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 1:41 USD 0.99
14
Rose Tint My World/Floor Show The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 2:49 USD 0.99
15
Fanfare/Don't Dream It (Karaok The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 3:31 USD 0.99
16
Wild and Untamed Thing (Karaok The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 1:54 USD 0.99
17
I'm Going Home (Karaoke Versio The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 2:53 USD 0.99
18
Super Heroes (Karaoke Version) The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 3:03 USD 0.99
19
Science Fiction/Double Feature The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band 1:29 USD 0.99

Reviews For The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Karaoke Version By Artist The Rocky Horror Picture Show Band

  • Best album ever

    5
    By Brohaun
    I love the rocky horor pitcure show
  • stupid people

    5
    By TJ E
    to everyone that's complaining that it doesnt say karaoke and that you are being cheated out of your money you are either stupid or blind, itunes has it labelled as "The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Karaoke Version" and then on the album cover just in case you missed those giant letters at the top of the page it says "The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Minus the Lead Vocals" so dont give it a bad review due to your own stupidity/blindness
  • I want my money back

    1
    By Andrew11447
    I had no way of knowing this was a kareoke version i do not wanna sing along i just want the actual songs...waste
  • People Please...

    5
    By Marcifosho
    Well, it does say KAREOKE version people, but its a good album, I'm using "Sweet Transvestite" for an audition.
  • Planet Schmanet Janet WANNT IT

    1
    By MarinaHeath
    no other album had planet schmanet janet so I got this and worthless
  • Not What I Wanted

    1
    By frankBR
    Another person who got burned. Maybe it's easy to see it's a karaoke version on the main iTunes website but from an iPhone it's impossible. Thanks for nothing.
  • Voice tracks removed version!

    1
    By Guido1892
    I fell for the same thing as others. Thought it was a new version or something. Crud Crud Crud. The title should have explained it accurately!
  • Garbage!!

    1
    By High Life IOMC
    Misleading title! Wish I would have read the reviews first! RIP-OFF!
  • Rocky Horror Picture Show

    1
    By holymary123
    WASTE OF TIME I purchased thinking it was the original song from the movie, but it's some karioke version, you entirely mislabeled this "album" I've wasted my money!
  • Stupidity abound

    5
    By Gloria Ironbox
    This album is EXACTLY what it says it is. People who have given this a 1-star rating based solely on their own stupidity and inability to read should be sterilized for the good of mankind. Don't give something a low rating just because you didn't look or listen to what you purchased BEFORE actually purchasing it. Learn from your (and all of the people's before your) mistake.

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