Now that my vinyl obsession is in full-swing, I’m especially happy to announce that we’ve landed an exclusive first-look at the latest offering from Waxwork Records, the company out of New Orleans responsible for this year’s Re-Animator and Day of the Dead vinyls. The team there has been teasing a release of Christopher Komeda’s score of the 1968 classic, Rosemary’s Baby, and we have the details and package art, by Jay Shaw, to share with you.
Richard Stanley’s Hardware was one of the first posters I ever had hanging on my bedroom wall growing up. The film has always had a special little place in my heart even if I know, today, it’s not a perfect movie.
Simon Boswell, composer of the film’s soundtrack, has informed us that he is releasing the score on vinyl Friday, December 13th and it’s up for pre-order here.
One Way Static offered us a gorgeous vinyl presentation of The Last House on the Left score this fall. Now, the company is keeping the Wes Craven love going with both a vinyl and cassette presentation of Don Peake's soundtrack for The Hills Have Eyes. The score is now available for pre-order via One Way…
Over the last year, I’ve become a vinyl junkie. Soundtracks mostly. And it’s killing my wallet. That’s okay, as I explained in this editorial a few months back. Today, I’m giddy. It looks like Mondo is going to tackle John Williams’ rousing score for Jurassic Park.
This morning, Mondo’s Justin Ishmael used his Instagram to show off a record (amber in color) with the caption: “We…uh…found a way.” Granted, this is not an official announcement, but it looks like something good is brewing Jurassic Park-related on the vinyl side of things. The company has produced a number of prints in the past, so the relationship they share with Universal is a good one.
The Wicker Man soundtrack is going to make its way to vinyl via Rare Sleeve/Silva Screen Records.
Limited to 500 copies, this presentation features some truly beautiful artwork by Richey Beckett.
The film is marking its 40th anniversary this year. You can order up the album on October 31st.
Head inside for a link and track listing!
Mondo has been teasing this for a few weeks and now it’s official: John Carpenter’s Halloween soundtrack is making its way back to vinyl.
GQ (?!) got the exclusive lowdown on this release which drops on October 31st.
Phantom City Creative is doing the jacket art and it’s a beauty. Head inside for the details and a better look at the art. How do you get one? Follow @mondotees on October 31st and wait for the announcement on that day!
Death Waltz Records has a few new releases arriving this fall, including a pressing of Francesco De Masi’s score for The New York Ripper from director Lucio Fulci. After the jump, check out the lurid, pulpy cover art for the forthcoming release. We’ll update you with release details and more as they come in.
One of the better horror scores to hit this year is Roque Banos’ score for the Fede Alvarez-directed Evil Dead remake.
Unseen Forces, based out of Portland, Oregon, is bringing the score to vinyl. Read on for the release news.
Unseen Forces is proud to present the complete motion picture soundtrack from Fede Alvarez’s incendiary 2013 reimagining of cult horror masterpiece the EVIL DEAD. Spanish composer Roque Baños dazzles with a crisp modern orchestral score that bows reverently toward such genre classics as Jerry Goldsmith’s The Omen Suite, Anton Webern and Krzysztof Penderecki’s creepy string movements from The Exorcist and Joseph LoDuca’s beautifully understated atmospherics for Sam Raimi’s original creation that launched the grisly Kandarian franchise and revolutionized the contemporary horror film with its startling velocity.