Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Rainbow Brite: Paint a Rainbow in Your Heart

Here's more fun from Kids Music Fan from Boston!

Here's the track list:
  1. Color Symphony
  2. Paint a Rainbow
  3. Prismatism
  4. Rainbow Inside
  5. Rainbow Land
  6. Starlite Rainbow Brite
  7. The Pits
  8. Twink of an Eye
  9. Bink Bonk
  10. Friendship

Click here or here or here to download!

And here's some songs from the movie "Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer". Thanks again KMFfB!

Click here to download!


Craig D said...


1. Thanks for that "Fabulous Beats" posting! I LOVE that kind of stuff. There didn't seem to be any kind of "comments" link on that one, so I'm posting here.

2. I was looking at older comments on my blog and noticed you left a request to use that "Batman" graphic. Ooops - I completely missed it at the time. Sorry about that.

Craig D.

Dave said...

No comment button for Fat Albert so I'll comment here.
Kid Stuff Records was notorious for doing just exactly as you described. The Fat Albert Halloween LP was basically nothing more than the sound track from the original cartoon. Just about any Kid stuff LP that is based on a Cartoon was done this way. Go figure.

Anonymous said...

Wow, this brings back memories! Thanks a lot for sharing...I wish 80's cartoon albums would get re-released on CD! Of course we can burn our own CD-Rs...Any chance of getting mp3s encoded a bit higher? 192k instead of 128 would be awesome!

Btw, are there album credits? I'd love to know who sings track 5 "Rainbow Land"?... this female vocalist sounds a bit like Rita Coolidge (don't think it's her, but that's who I'm reminded of)

Toni said...

Awww, Rainbow Brite! I remember my sisters and I getting this record as little bitty kids and my mom and dad crying their eyes out when it finally came in the mail (we lived in poverty, so it was REALLY rare that we got something cool like that). Thanks so much for sharing it! I'm making copies for my sisters for Christmas this year. ;)

Dana said...

Wild... I never thought I would hear this album again!! I used to listen to this album in 1984 at the wee age of 4 on my old record player or on my dad's record player while wearing his GIGANTIC headphones. I used to JAM to this album. I knew all the words and amazingly still do. Thanks for the trip down memory lane, man.