|1. Closer To Free||BoDeans||Opening Credits|
|2. Cruel Spell||Big Bad Voodoo Daddy||2.05: Change Partners and Dance|
|3. Without Letting Go||Laurie Sargent||3.23: Promises, Promises|
|4. Blue Skies||BT featuring Tori Amos||3.14: Life's Too Short|
|5. Love Me Still||Chaka Khan||?|
|6. Stranger Than Fiction||Joe Jackson||1.04: All's Fair|
|7. People of Earth||Syd Straw||?|
|8. Free Fallin'||Stevie Nicks||3.09: Gimme Shelter|
|9. All I Really Wanna Do||Holly Palmer||?|
|10. If You Love||Howard Jones||?|
|11. Sunshine Superman||Rickie Lee Jones||3.14: Life's Too Short &
|12. It's a Hard Life Wherever You Go||Nanci Griffith||1.05: Fathers and Sons|
|13. Send Me On My Way||Rusted Root||2.16: Comings and Goings|
|14. Climb On (A Back That's Strong)||Shawn Colvin||Season 1 Opening Credits|
|15. Heart of a Miracle||BoDeans||?|
BURBANK, Calif. November 4, 1996-- Reprise Records and Columbia Pictures Television have joined forces to launch the "Party of Five" Soundtrack into Cyberspace. Fans of the show can begin collecting clues to a Multimedia Treasure Hunt during the live cybercast from the soundtrack release party. Stars from the show and artists from the soundtrack will be participating live from the Hard Rock Cafe at Universal City Walk from 7 - 9 p.m. PT on Tuesday, November 12. Users can log onto http://www.partyoffive.com for information on how to participate in the chat both on America Online (Keyword: Reprise) and on the Internet via the People Online Web site. Xing Streamworks' audio and video streaming technology will be available to see and hear the party on the Net.
"Party of Five" devotees can participate to be a grand prize winner in the Multimedia Treasure Hunt for a chance to win a trip for two to Los Angeles to see a filming of the show. Twenty first prize winners can win the "Party of Five" Soundtrack CD and an autographed cast photo.
Clues can be found by logging onto the Reprise Records Web site at http://www.repriserec.com and the official "Party of Five" Web site on the Sony Pictures Entertainment Web site at http://www.sony.com. The first of the clues will be unveiled on November 12, during the cybercast on America Online (Keyword: Reprise) and People Online at http://www.people.com/interactive/chat.html from the exclusive "Party of Five" record release party. The "Party of Five" Multimedia Treasure Hunt Secret Word will be scrolled during the chat (those missing the event can find the word in the chat transcripts which will be posted within both the Reprise Records Web site and "Party of Five" Web site on the Sony Pictures Entertainment Web site as well as the Reprise America Online site and the People Online site.)
"Party of Five," the companion soundtrack to the critically acclaimed weekly drama series of the same name which airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on FOX, is set for release on November 12 by Reprise Records. A combination of songs exclusive to the show, new releases from artists and "Party of Five" season favorites, the soundtrack features cuts from the Bodeans, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, BT with Tori Amos, Chaka Khan with Bruce Hornsby, Holly Palmer, Joe Jackson, Laurie Sargent, Nanci Griffith, Rickie Lee Jones, Howard Jones, Rusted Root, Shawn Colvin, Stevie Nicks and Syd Straw.
The "Party of Five" Soundtrack was compiled by Reprise Records President Howie Klein and Reprise Records Director of A&R Julie Larson in conjunction with "Party of Five" Co-Executive Producer, Ken Topolsky and Sony Television Entertainment Vice President, TV Music, Bob Hunka.
"Party of Five," which was the winner of the 1996 Golden Globe Award for Best Drama Series, explores the lives of the five Salinger brothers and sisters determined to stay together following the tragic loss of their parents. The one-hour drama from Columbia Pictures Television focuses on the way the family uses the creativity, humor and love instilled by their parents to deal with the conflicts and demands of everyday life.
Chris Keyser and Amy Lippman are the creators and executive producers of the "Party of Five" television series. Co-Executive Producers are Ken Topolsky and Mark B. Perry for Columbia Pictures Television.
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