The OFFICIAL Music page of the...

Moving Strayers

Last updated October 4, 1999

Symbol of the Strayers

"Where is my conductor's baton..."

I love soundtrack music. Especially from movies. My favorite composer is John Williams (like you care) Well, the fans of "Strayers" have treated my work (my baby) as if it was a real TV show/Movie (this is a good think) So it is only fitting that that there be a Music Page for "Strayers" Here is a selection of different pieces the fans have sent into me. They are all in MIDI format so you'll need a computer that plays MID files. If you'd like to see your work posted here and it has been created by you (you composed the music and didn't swipe it from someone else) then B. L. it to me and I'll check it out. Here is the the music submited so far:

The Story The Strayer's Theme by Krankor
Strayer Interlude Comercial Break Music by Krankor
The Transformation Of Bear The scene from "Fur of Dog, Skin of Human, Heart of Hero" where Bear is Transdogmafier by Krankor
Red Alert! The scene from "Universal Problems" where the Strayers prepare to clash with the Rovers by Krankor
The Pursuit of the Admiral! The scene from "Severed Blood" where Bear chases down the Admiral's truck on horse back by Krankor
Bear and Nitro Bear and Nitro's love theme by Matthew Day O'Conner
Bear and Nitro Bear and Nitro's love theme by Matthew Day O'Conner
Bear and Nitro Bear and Nitro's love theme by Matthew Day O'Conner
Bear's Theme A theme for Bear by Matthew Day O'Conner
Nitro's Theme A theme for Nitro by Matthew Day O'Conner
Amani's Theme A theme for Amani by Matthew Day O'Conner
Shadow's Theme A theme for Shadow by Matthew Day O'Conner
Grendle's Theme A theme for Grendle by Matthew Day O'Conner
Strayers Slowed Down A quiet moment by Trey Tackett
Bye Bye For Now End Title to Strayers by Trey Tackett
Bear and Nitro Bear and Nitro love theme by Okichi Obari
Thesis Of An Atrocious Angel Theme from Strayers Next by Okichi Obari
Congratulations! closing theme by Okichi Obari
Opening Theme Theme from Strayers Next by Okichi Obari
Wandering Voices Eddie and Dixie's Theme by Okichi Obari
Congratulations! Slowed down to a romantic Theme by Okichi Obari


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