1970 Original Soundtrack LP Released on American Int. Records # A-1038 (stereo).
Featuring Songs by:
The Gormet's Delight(Joy of Cooking) and
Johnny & The Tornados(Country Joe & the Fish without Joe).
According to COUNTRY JOE McDONALD (as written by him on his web site) this album contains possibly the rarest FISH stuff not only because of “Barry’s Caviar Jam” (here entitled “Gas Man”).
GAS-S-s! is a hilarious hippie movie where people above 30 are all killed by a gas...
The LP contains songs by JOY OF COOKING under the name of GOURMET’S DELIGHT, and the FISH without Joe (but he contributes compositions) under the name JOHNNY & THE TORNADOS. Most of them feature the main actor from the movie as lead singer, a certain ROBERT CORFF (formerly a member of THE PURPLE GANG). Some of the tunes are instrumentals .
01.Robert Corff - I'm Looking For A World
02.Gourmet's Delight - First Time , Last Time
03.Robert Corff - Please Don't Bury My Soul
04.Johnny & the Tornados - Cry a Little
05.Robert Corff - Maybe It Really Wasn't Love
06.Johnny & the Tornados - Juke Box Serenade
07.Johnny & the Tornados - Castles
08.Robert Corff - World That We All Dreamed Of
09.Gourmet's Delight - Today Is Where
10.Robert Corff - Don't Chase Me Around
11.Johnny & the Tornados - The Pueblo Pool
12.Johnny & the Tornados - Gas Man.mp3
13.Robert Corff - Got To Get Movin'
14.Johnny & the Tornados - Bubble Gum Girl
15.Robert Corff - This Is The Beginning
They used to say "don't trust anyone over 30," but there's no one over 30 left to distrust in this loosely plotted satirical comedy directed by Roger Corman. During the opening ceremonies for a chemical and biological weapons facility in Alaska, an experimental gas is accidentally released which has an unusual effect — it rapidly advances the aging process of those over 25, while those under 25 are left untouched. Soon, the world's elders are dead, with the planet left to the youth. Wisecracking hippy Coel (Robert Corff) and his girlfriend, Cilla (Elaine Giftos), discover that rookie cops and conservative frat rats have taken over their hometown of Dallas, TX, so they hit the road in his vintage Ford Edsel in search of a friendly commune in New Mexico. Along the way, they pair up with music-obsessed Marissa and her radical boyfriend, Carlos (Ben Vereen), and as they look for their new home, they encounter Hell's Angels-turned-country club members, a neo-fascist football team, a pack of painfully shy would-be sexual predators, rock star and self-proclaimed "godhead" A.M. Radio (Country Joe McDonald), and Edgar Allen Poe (Bruce Karcher), who roams the highways on his motorcycle. Gas-S-S-S! (aka Gas-s-s-s...or, It May Become Necessary to Destroy the World in Order to Save It) proved to be the last of Roger Corman's many projects for American International Pictures; according to Corman, AIP subjected the film to severe prerelease cutting without his consent, and the interference was one of the factors that inspired him to start his own company, New World Pictures.
* Robert Corff - Coel
* George Armitage - Billy the Kid
* Alan Braunstein - Dr. Drake
* Cindy Williams - Marissa
* Country Joe & the Fish - F.M. Radio
* Jackie Farley - Ginny
* Peter Fain - Policeman
* David R. Osterhout - Texas Ranger
* Mike Castle - Hippie
* Alan DeWitt - Dr. Murder
* Pat Patterson - Demeter
* Elaine Giftos - Cilla
* Alex Wilson - Jason
* Ben Vereen - Carlos
* Bud Cort - Hooper
* Lou Procopio - Marshall McLuhan
* Phil Borneo - Quant
* Stephan Graham - Thief
* Country Joe McDonald - AM Radio
* Gary Caplan - Raincoat Harry
* Talia Shire - Coralee