Music and Sounds : Daniel Amos, Terry Scott Taylor
Video By: PT
0:00 - End Credits
3:20 - Start/flytrap room
5:57 - Title screen
7:38 - Inside the sandwich
8:51 - Hall of Records lobby
10:24 - White and green house
11:32 - hole in the floor
13:13 - Klogg's palace
15:08 - Radio 1
16:33 -- Operator plays ping-pong
17:43 - Radio 2
19:29 - Alternate sandwich room
20:57 -- Tomatoes, potatoes, gravy, and peas
22:11 - Purple and orange house
23:16 - Letters from Willie
25:08 - Green Klay Kar
26:31 - Memory game
27:27 - Jack-in-the-box
Thanks GFLUTOMAN for the timing!
The game's soundtrack was composed and performed by Daniel Amos frontman Terry Scott Taylor and went on to win GMR Magazine's "Best Game Music of the Year" award. Tom Clancy's video game composer Bill Brown called The Neverhood Soundtrack, "The Best of any of them (video game soundtracks)."
The Neverhood (released Japan as Klaymen Klaymen) is a 1996 PC CD-ROM graphic adventure game created by animator Doug TenNapel and released by DreamWorks Studios. It features claymation graphics and music by composer Terry Scott Taylor.
The Neverhood received positive reviews, but was not a commercial hit, its release coinciding with the mid-1990s decline of adventure games that also caused the failure of other critically acclaimed games such as Grim Fandango.
A sequel to The Neverhood was released in 1998 for Sony's PlayStation video game console entitled Skullmonkeys. It was not an adventure game like the first installment, but rather a platform game. -wikipedia
@1996, DreamWorks Interactive
@1996, Daniel Amos, Terry Scott Taylor