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Braingames is a five-episode HBO miniseries that was shown one episode per month between late 1984-early 1985. A pilot episode had aired on HBO on March 1983.

Tracks from APM Music featured in this showEdit

  • 1812 Overture by Peter Tchaikovsky
  • America The Beautiful by Graham De Wilde (time-compressed)
  • American Ball Game by Ronald Hanmer
  • Ancient Islam by John Leach
  • Baghdad Nights by Ali Isfaham
  • Biergarten by Zack Laurence
  • Circus Circus Circus by Paul Ruhland
  • Creepy Crawley by Harold Smart
  • Deck The Halls by Simon Benson
  • Dramatic Impact 1 by Ivor Stanley
  • Dramatic Impact 5 by Ivor Stanley
  • Entry Of The Gladiators by The Edrich Siedbert Band
  • Fairy Elephant by Duncan Lamont
  • Flexitune by Max Reinsch
  • Games Played In The Dark by Richard Harvey
  • Good Old Dixie by Pete Winslow
  • Graveyard by Johnny Pearson
  • Gridiron March by William Loose
  • Happy-Go-Lucky (A-2) by R. Hook Norton
  • Heavenly Clockwork by Max Reinsch
  • Here Comes The Band by William Loose
  • Horse and Trap by David Snell
  • Keyboard Wizzard by Duncan Lamont
  • Kinetic Montage by Trevor Bastow
  • Komic Kuts by Harold Smart
  • Lost City of Atlantis by Alan Hawkshaw
  • Mini Micro by Alan Hawkshaw
  • Money Makers (A) by Paddy Kingsland
  • New Wave (B) by R. Hook Norton
  • Premonitions by Richard Harvey
  • Purrlection by Joe Griffiths
  • Roundabout Now by Harold Smart
  • Sales Force by Paddy Kingsland
  • Salute To Liberty by Zack Laurence
  • Savoyards In Arcadia by Peter Cork
  • Saw Theme by William Trytel
  • Scurry (Alternative Version) by David Vorhaus
  • Silly Season by Tony Kinsley
  • Star Spangled Banner (A) by Graham De Wilde
  • Synchronus by Steve Gray (time-compressed)
  • Synth Effect (A) by David Vorhaus
  • Taking Chances (B) by Richard Harvey
  • Tavern Tales by David Snell
  • Teddy Bear's Party by Max Reinsch
  • The Blue Danube by Max Reinsch
  • The Flight Of The Bumblebee by Max Reinsch
  • The Killing Ground (B) by Richard Harvey
  • The Pink Elephant by Duncan Lamont
  • The Queen's Minuet by Gareth Walters
  • Victory March by John Leach
  • William Tell Overture by Gioacchino Rossini
  • Winter Sleigh Ride by Simon Benson
  • Word Processor (B) by Paddy Kingsland
  • Yankee Doodle by Graham De Wilde

APM Tracks Not KnownEdit

  • Classical music heard during a distorted image of the Mona Lisa
  • Scout brass music heard during a distorted image of Smokey the Bear
  • Dramatic effect music heard at the end of the distorted image of Dracula
  • Piano music during Odd Card Out
  • Music during Mysteriosos
  • Easy listening jazz music during Between the Lines
  • The opening and closing music to Wrongovia
  • The fanfare heard during Julius Ceasar's party
  • Drumming music heard at the start and end of every Safari Solitaire
  • Keyboard music heard during the game where a kangaroo has the smallest baby
  • Music heard during Chuck Roast's riddles
  • Moog music heard during Digitville (besides "Mini Micro")
  • Harpsichord music heard during Martha Washington's tale
  • Banjo music heard during Jesse James about to make a getaway after robbing the bank
  • Disco music heard during a distorted image of Wonder Woman (this was heard during the montage of classic cartoon kid shows in NBC's Saturday Morning Preview 1983)
  • Horror music heard during a distorted image of King Kong
  • Bassoon and keyboard music heard during a game of long-living animals
  • Music heard during artist and royalty rounds in Uninvited Guests
  • The Dragnet-style theme heard in Museum Mistakes and Eyewitness
  • Halloween-style music heard during Splatnarnt
  • Ending organ music heard at the end of the same game
  • Weird music heard during a game of metamorphosis
  • Woodwind music heard during "Which animal is the most silent" and "Which animal sleeps lying down"
  • Horror music heard during a distorted image of Frankenstein's Monster
  • Orchestra music heard at the end of The Inspector and the Lost Princess
  • Heroic music heard during a distorted image of Superman
  • Sailor music heard during a distorted image of Christopher Columbus
  • Classical music heard during Napoleon's tale
  • Eighties-style music heard throughout Memory Workout
  • Various music cues heard during Name That Sport (besides American Ball Game)
  • Brass music heard during a game of animal ancestors
  • Rock music heard throughout Eyeball Twisters
  • Funny music heard during Unidentified Flying Pranksters
  • Easy listening Olympic-style music heard during a distorted image of The Incredible Hulk (This was heard some time during the second episode of "America's Funniest Home Videos")
  • String quartet music heard during the Brothers Grimm's tale
  • Italian music heard during Marco Polo's departure from Venice to China

If anyone knows the title and musicians, let us know.