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Revolutionary Song (Record Store Day 2019) (limited transparent blue vinyl 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MOV 7053. Rel: 22 Apr 19
  1. David Bowie/The Rebels - "Revolutionary Song" (4:42)
  2. Marlene Dietrich - "Just A Gigolo" (3:34)
Review: Here's something to get Bowie fans hot under the collar: a first worldwide pressing of the Thin White Duke's "Revolutionary Song", his only contribution to the soundtrack of 1978 West German flick "Just A Gigolo", in which he also starred alongside silver screen legend Marlene Dietrich. The song was recorded with a local band of musicians hastily dubbed "The Rebels" and sees Bowie in classic crooner mode, adding his distinctive vocals to a jangly, largely acoustic number that's effectively a folksy take on waltz. Over on side B there's a chance to enjoy one of Marlene Dietrich's last ever recordings: an atmospheric cover of 1930s cabaret standard "Just A Gigolo" which ended up being the movie's title track.
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The Spiral (Soundtrack) (limited gatefold red vinyl 10" + MP3 download code)
Cat: DW 02110. Rel: 29 Jun 17
  1. Do You Hear Them (3:44)
  2. Wake Up (1:09)
  3. It May Not Be Real (2:33)
  4. The Spiral (3:13)
  5. Descent (1:25)
  6. It Is Real (1:26)
Review: Martin Jenkins dons the Pye Corner Audio alias once more, transferring to Death Waltz in order to deliver the soundtrack to an imaginary horror film. It's naturally an all-analogue affair, with Jenkins making the most of his impressive collection of vintage synths, analogue drum machines and effects units. There's much to enjoy from start to finish. Check, for example, the ghostly chords, foreboding bassline and spacey electronics of "Do You Hear Then", the creepy, Carpenter-ish horror-ambience of "It May Not Be Real", the evocative late night paranoia of "Descent" - which is similar in tone to some of Jonny Jewel's soundtrack work - and the clattering dancefloor throb of "The Spiral", whose bassline, beats and darting melodies are just begging to be played over a booming club soundsystem.
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  1. On The Nature Of Daylight (6:16)
  2. On The Nature Of Daylight (6:36)
Review: Those who've seen acclaimed sci-fi flick Arrival should be familiar with Max Richter's "On The Nature of Daylight"; two interpretations of the piece are used to open and close the movie (a move which subsequently made the soundtrack score ineligible for the Oscars). This EP gathers both variations of the neo-classical piece on one slab of wax. The A-side version, used at the beginning of the film, sees Richter's swooping themes and intricate, intertwined melodies played by a string quintet. On the flip, you'll find Richter's full orchestra recording, a slightly more grandiose - but no less poignant - interpretation that's utterly cinematic in feel.
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Cat: GD 025. Rel: 20 Sep 17
  1. Hard Pill (6:26)
  2. Tenebrosity (5:17)
  3. Voice Of Darkness (4:46)
  4. She Does (7:50)
Review: Label co-founder Gianni Vercetti Balopitas aka Vercetti Technicolor returns to Giallo Disco after the Black September LP. Here he presents the soundtrack to 'the psychedelic neon-soaked slasher short' Hard Pill. Directed by Daniel Freedman, Balopitas' Fulci meets Digweed score takes you from Mainetti to Martinez. Drugged out club hits and tense shadowed corridor atmospherics. The title track's dark romance is epic suspense and moodlighting reminiscent of the great John Carpenter while B side electro cut "Voice Of Darkness" goes down the same gothic brooding path as Visonia. It all comes to a thrilling climax on the slow burning closer "She Does" full on rich vintage synth flar, ricocheting Linn drums drenched in gated reverb and the most razor sharp arpeggios you'll ever hear. Alongside Timothy J Fairplay's LP on Charlois, we'd rate this as one of the 2017's finest offerings for new wave Italo fiends and retroverts.
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Intérprete: Al Mackenzie, Ali Renault
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  1. Stalker
  2. Train
  3. They Go Long
  4. Meditation
  5. Exodus
  6. Dedication To Andrey Tarkovsky
Review: This vinyl issue presents some of Edward Artemiev's finest soundtrack work, taken from Andrei Tarkovsky's classic films Stalker and The Mirror. The A-side is given over to four tracks from Stalker, with the haunting themes of the film's narrative explored in the title theme with chilling synth textures, pan pipes and harpsichord tones, while the prickly textures of "Train" and "They Go Long" offer tense introspection. "Exodus" and "Dedication To Andrei Tarkovsky" from The Mirror both offer that unique combination of monolithic scale and pastoral melody that makes Artemiev's music so intriguing.
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Intérprete: Max Essa, Rivet
 in stock $21.23
Paris Window (Soundtrack) (B-STOCK) (marbled vinyl LP + poster)
Cat: NNF 353 (B-STOCK). Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. They Love Each Other (4:48)
  2. Zwilling 1 - Paris Window (3:50)
  3. Zwilling 2 - An Echo (0:53)
  4. Spirit Gate (2:30)
  5. Investigation (3:09)
  6. Waiting & Watching (5:20)
  7. The Landlord (2:20)
  8. Sunny's Party (4:21)
  9. Two Yous - The Zwilling Hotline (6:39)
  10. Julian & David (3:31)
  11. Ready For Your Life (3:38)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Creasing to corner of sleeve
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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (Soundtrack) (limited gatefold heavyweight coloured vinyl 2xLP in die cut sleeve)
Cat: DW 51. Rel: 17 Feb 17
  1. Theme From Twin Peaks - Fire Walk With Me (6:46)
  2. The Pine Float (4:03)
  3. Sycamore Trees (3:53)
  4. Don't Do Anything (I Wouldn't Do) (7:17)
  5. A Real Indication (5:37)
  6. Questions In A World Of Blue (4:52)
  7. The Pink Room (4:04)
  8. The Black Dog Runs At Night (1:43)
  9. Best Friends (2:15)
  10. Moving Through Time (6:41)
  11. Montage From Twin Peaks - Girl Talk/Birds In Hell/Laura Palmer's Theme/Falling (5:25)
  12. The Voice Of Love (3:52)
Review: Death Waltz has pulled of something of a coup here, obtaining permission to release Angelo Badalamenti's score from David Lynch's controversial Twin Peaks movie spin-off, Fire Walk With Me. The film was panned by both critics and fans of the original TV series on its 1992 release, but has since becoming something of a cult classic. Badalamenti's fine score is as atmospheric and beguiling as his work on the original Twin Peaks series, and contains a number of tracks that rework musical themes from that acclaimed production. Death Waltz has gone all out on the production, too, housing heavyweight, cherry-splattered vinyl in a luscious gatefold sleeve.
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Intérprete: Giorgio Luceri
 in stock $35.41
Twin Peaks (Soundtrack) (limited gatefold marbled vinyl LP in die cut sleeve with obi-strip)
Cat: DW 50. Rel: 09 Sep 16
  1. Twin Peaks Theme (5:01)
  2. Laura Palmer's Theme (4:52)
  3. Audrey's Dance (5:14)
  4. The Nightingale (4:47)
  5. Freshly Squeezed (3:45)
  6. The Bookhouse Boys (3:29)
  7. Into The Night (4:38)
  8. Night Life In Twin Peaks (3:20)
  9. Dance Of The Dream Man (3:38)
  10. Love Theme From Twin Peaks (5:00)
  11. Falling (5:14)
Review: Soundtrack reissues specialists Death Waltz finally deliver what everyone has been waiting for; a newly remastered edition of Angelo Badalamenti's timeless score for Twin Peaks. A project that was first announced back in 2014, Death Waltz have really put the work in here on this double LP presentation. Seeking out engineer Tal Miller to remaster the score, getting the approval of David Lynch on the artwork, sleeve notes from Badalamenti and of course the music itself pressed up on "damn fine coffee" coloured vinyl. Musically speaking, do we really need to describe what is a classic selection of compositions from the American? Both the foreboding "Twin Peaks Theme" and somewhat more soothing "Laura Palmer's Theme" should be singed on the cerebral cortex of any self-respecting fan of culture.
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Cat: 008122 7940294. Rel: 19 May 17
  1. Theme From Twin Peaks/Fire Walk With Me (6:46)
  2. The Pine Float (4:03)
  3. Sycamore Trees (3:53)
  4. Don't Do Anything (I Wouldn't Do) (7:17)
  5. A Real Indication (5:37)
  6. Questions In A World Of Blue (4:52)
  7. The Pink Room (4:04)
  8. The Black Dog Runs At Night (1:43)
  9. Best Friends (2:15)
  10. Moving Through Time (6:41)
  11. Montage From Twin Peaks: Girl Talk/Birds In Hell/Laura Palmer's Theme/Falling (5:25)
  12. The Voice Of Love (3:52)
Review: Angelo Badalamenti is to noir thrillers what Ennio Morricone is to the spaghetti Western scene. The Italo-American composer has been a pivotal part of the Hollywood soundtrack scene since the 70s and, among many cult-like figures, he's collaborated extensively with the great David Lynch on projects such as Blue Velvet and, of course, the present Twin Peaks, a film which has reached a God-like status over the last two decades. The music from the motion picture is as vivid and dream-like as the film itself; Badalalementi immerses you in a world of Neo-gothic trance and bizarre, fairy-like dances that instantly recall the movie's infamous dance scene concerning two horses. What is most notable about it is his use of subtle jazz nuances and the man's pioneering downtempo style. NB: this particular release, Fire Walk With Me, features additional music and acts as a companion to the official soundtrack as heard in the movie. What a soundtrack. Totally essential.
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Blue Velvet (Soundtrack) (LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: 302068 29211. Rel: 13 Jul 17
  1. Main Title (1:24)
  2. Night Streets/Sandy & Jeffrey (3:36)
  3. Frank (3:33)
  4. Jeffrey's Dark Side (1:50)
  5. Mysteries Of Love (French Horn Solo) (2:11)
  6. Frank Returns (4:38)
  7. Mysteries Of Love (instrumental) (4:13)
  8. Blue Velvet/Blue Star (2:46)
  9. Lumberton USA/Going Down To Lincoln (1:16)
  10. Akron Meets The Blues (2:41)
  11. Bill Doggett - "Honky Tonk Part I" (3:06)
  12. Roy Orbison - "In Dreams" (2:52)
  13. Ketty Lester - "Love Letters" (2:42)
  14. Julee Cruise - "Mysteries Of Love" (4:24)
Review: Before Twin Peaks and all that followed, director David Lynch and composer Angelo Badalamenti had worked together just once: on the former's 1986 mystery noir movie Blue Velvet. Lynch asked Badalamenti to create an original score inspired by both the works of Shostakovich and the smoky, clandestine atmosphere found at blues and jazz clubs. These two musical threads are explored on side A and B respectively. So, while the first side contains numerous sweeping, dark and moody orchestral compositions, turn the record over and you'll find classics from Roy Orbison and Bill Doggett, as well as Badalamenti's spine-tingling interpretation of pop standard "Blue Velvet". Featuring a mixture of simmering strings, breathy female vocals and atmospheric field recordings, it's as creepy a version of the much-covered song as you'll hear.
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Lost Highway (Soundtrack) (limited numbered gatefold 180 gram audiophile blue vinyl 2xLP + insert) (1 per customer)
Cat: MOVATM 101. Rel: 17 Nov 16
  1. David Bowie - "I'm Deranged" (edit) (2:24)
  2. Trent Reznor - "Videodrones; Questions" (0:44)
  3. Nine Inch Nails - "The Perfect Drug" (5:16)
  4. Angelo Badalamenti - "Red Bats With Teeth" (2:55)
  5. Angelo Badalamenti - "Hunting & Heartbreaking" (2:05)
  6. The Smashing Pumpkins - "Eye" (4:57)
  7. Angelo Badalamenti - "Dub Driving" (3:41)
  8. Barry Adamson - "Mr Eddy's Theme 1" (3:33)
  9. Lou Reed - "This Magic Moment" (3:24)
  10. Barry Adamson - "Mr Eddy's Theme 2" (2:15)
  11. Angelo Badalamenti - "Fred & Renee Make Love" (2:08)
  12. Marilyn Manson - "Apple Of Sodom" (4:22)
  13. Antonio Carlos Jobim - "Insensatez" (2:53)
  14. Barry Adamson - "Something Wicked This Way Comes" (edit) (2:58)
  15. Marilyn Manson - "I Put A Spell On You" (3:28)
  16. Angelo Badalamenti - "Fats Revisited" (2:32)
  17. Angelo Badalamenti - "Fred's World" (3:02)
  18. Rammstein - "Rammstein" (edit) (3:26)
  19. Barry Adamson - "Hollywood Sunset" (2:00)
  20. Rammstein - "Heirate Mich" (edit) (3:05)
  21. Angelo Badalamenti - "Police" (1:39)
  22. Trent Reznor - "Driver Down" (5:18)
  23. David Bowie - "I'm Deranged" (reprise) (3:47)
Review: Since its release in 1997, David Lynch's neo-noir-horror, Lost Highway, has become something of a cult classic. The accompanying soundtrack album, here reissued on weighty double vinyl, is similarly revered in some circles. Put together by Nine Inch Nails' frontman Trent Reznor, composer Angelo Badalamenti, and punk-turned-producer Barry Adamson, it's a mish-mash of darkly intense songs (Bowie, Smashing Pumpkins, Lou Reed and Rammstein all contribute), and the kind of creepy, other-worldly soundscapes that have always been a feature of Lynch's work. It's arguably the latter tracks, composed by Badalementi and Adamson, which remain creepily potent all these years on.
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Cat: AJXLP 450. Rel: 05 Oct 18
  1. Are You Being Served (2:21)
  2. The Good Life (2:05)
  3. London Weekend Television (0:09)
  4. Blankety Blank (1:57)
  5. Top Of The Pops (3:04)
  6. Picture Box (2:56)
  7. The Liver Birds (3:12)
  8. Thames Television (0:08)
  9. Rainbow (2:46)
  10. Doctor Who (3:17)
  11. Wildtrak (2:12)
  12. World In Action (2:45)
  13. Sorry (2:42)
  14. Open University (0:42)
Review: English actor, writer, and musician Matt Berry - of Darkplace and IT Crowd fame - covers, yes, covers an assortment of classic British TV themes. The result is an album to be appreciated as much as it is to be taken seriously, as it is to be enjoyed. Of course there's a pinch of humour with Berry placing himself alongside a muppet and Doctor Who on the album's cover art, but it's the theatrical, jazz and upbeat, yet easy listening approach of the album which really paints the picture. The LP's opener "Are You Being Served" is undeniable sweetest spot of nostalgia here, with the minutia of Thames Television indents, at 8 seconds long, also checked and covered. Recorded solo by Berry himself, it's a burgundy-beige trip through the technicolour memory of one's formative years enjoying the early-evenings and afternoons watching a select choice of the UKs most iconic TV.
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Peter & The Wolf (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVCL 011. Rel: 28 Oct 14
  1. Peter & The Wolf, Op 67 (27:11)
  2. Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra, Op 34 (17:12)
Review: This recording of the Philadelphia Orchestra performing Sergei Prokofiev's 1936 story and orchestral score Peter and the Wolf was recorded in 1977 and was originally released in 1978. The role of the narrator on the recording was initially offered to both Peter Ustinov and Alec Guinness who both turned it down, before David Bowie agreed to take on the role, supposedly as a Christmas present to his son. On the B-side is another equally as charming piece of recent classical history, Benjamin Britten's Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra as narrated by Hugh Downs.
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Now Forager (Soundtrack) (limited LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DAIS 050. Rel: 17 Apr 14
  1. LucienTheme
  2. Picnic
  3. Fall Woods
  4. Poison Mushroom
  5. Exemptive
  6. Pine Barrens
  7. Undrum
  8. Garrison Piano
  9. Packaged Mushrooms
  10. Leaving DC
  11. Regina's Going To Rhode Island
  12. Meat Babies
  13. Winter Mushroom Hallucination NYC
  14. Driving From Ri To NY
  15. The Rule Of Ten
  16. Spring: Symbiotic vs Parasitic
  17. Go, Forager (Closing Credit)
  18. Fish Butchery
  19. Regina Subway
  20. Regina Drive Back From Rhode Island
  21. Entrance To The Garrisons
  22. No Buyers
Review: Chris Brokaw's resume over the past 25 years reads like a "who's who" of indie rock alumni. Starting as the founding member of Codeine and followed up by fronting rock mainstay Come, Brokaw has established himself as a renaissance man of songwriting. Collaborating with Liz Phair, John McEntire (Tortoise), Rhys Chatham, Evan Dando, Glenn Jones, Thurston Moore and even a brief stint with GG Allin, it is sometimes easier to list who Chris Brokaw hasn't played with rather than everyone who has crossed his path. After his time with Come, Brokaw lent his talents to bands such as Pullman, Consonant and The New Year, constantly evolving and changing his pace and rhythm.

Nowadays, Brokaw stays booked by a constant tour schedule and his duties with Dirtmusic alongside Hugo Race (of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds fame). When the dust settles in the off-season, Brokaw finds himself a more mature career path as a composer of film scores and soundtracks. Previous works for lauded independent art-house films such as I Was Born, But... and Road made Brokaw's instrumentals a familiar tone amongst the independent film community. After a slew of solo releases from labels such as 12XU, Atavistic, Brokaw's own Capitan Records and his highly praised acoustic outing on Vin Du Select Qualitite, Brokaw sat down with the award winning film "Now, Forager" to score it's lucid narrative outlining the story of two lovers joined in the unusual scenario of mushroom foraging which pushes their unstable relationship to its limits.

Limited edition of 500 vinyl copies featuring previously unreleased songs and bonus tracks not found in the film.
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Escape From New York (Soundtrack) (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SILLP 1493. Rel: 06 Aug 15
  1. Main Title (3:45)
  2. The Bank Robbery (3:30)
  3. Prison Introduction (dialogue) (0:25)
  4. Over The Wall/Airforce One (2:15)
  5. He's Still Alive/Romero (2:13)
  6. 'Snake' Plissken (dialogue) (1:41)
  7. Orientation (1:47)
  8. Tell Him (dialogue) (1:46)
  9. Engulfed Cathedral (Debussy) (3:30)
  10. Across The Roof (1:14)
  11. Descent Into New York (3:34)
  12. Back To The Pod (version 1) (1:25)
  13. Everyone's Coming To New York (2:25)
  14. Don't Go Down There! (dialogue) (1:01)
  15. Back To The Pod/The Crazies Come Out (version 2) (1:28)
  16. I Heard You Were Dead! (dialogue) (0:08)
  17. Arrival At The Library (1:06)
  18. You Are The Duke Of New York (dialogue) (0:17)
  19. The Duke Arrives/Barricade (3:32)
  20. President At The Train (2:29)
  21. Who Are You? (dialogue) (0:26)
  22. Police Action (2:26)
  23. Romereo & The President (1:39)
  24. The President Is Gone (1:51)
  25. 69th Street Bridge (2:40)
  26. Over The Wall (3:40)
  27. The Name Is Plissken (dialogue) (0:25)
  28. Snake Snake (3:54)
Review: In 1981, prolific film director John Carpenter made Escape From New York, a near-future dystopian action film which has inspired a whole generation of movie producers and musicians. Mr. Carpenter also took care of its soundtrack, originally out on Milan Records and reissued in 2000 by Silva Screen, and again now. If you haven't heard it before, it's a true journey into the depths of electronics. The double LP contains 27 songs, all representative of the chilling scenes in the film, ranging from vintage drones, to flurries of orchestral instrumentation, and even bursts of new age sounds. It's a mood record, and one which should be enjoyed with an open mind and an attentive set of ears. A classic.
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Lost Themes II (LP + MP3 download code in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: SBR 150LP. Rel: 06 May 16
  1. Distant Dream (2:00)
  2. White Pulse (2:00)
  3. Persia Rising (2:00)
  4. Angel's Asylum (2:00)
  5. Hofner Dawn (2:00)
  6. Windy Death (2:00)
  7. Dark Blues (2:00)
  8. Virtual Survivor (2:00)
  9. Bela Lugosi (2:00)
  10. Last Sunrise (2:00)
  11. Utopian Facade (2:00)
Review: The legend John Carpenter is back with a new album, Lost Themes II. What more can we say other than the fact that the man is a multidisciplinary powerhouse. The director behind such classics as The Thing and Escape From L.A. presented the first volume of unreleased soundtracks from the crypt last year, followed up by a brilliant remix compilation featuring the likes of Silent Servant, Skinny Puppy's Nivek Ogre and Zola Jesus amongst others. On this volume, Carpenter's unmistakeable sound for these imaginary soundtracks has many a nugget, our favourites were the ever perfect arpeggiations of "Persia Rising", soundtracking the most beautiful of Arabian nights, the indisputable vintage charm of analogue machines on the wonderfully epic "Windy Death" and the tribute to another true legend of the big screen on "Bela Lugosi" you could just imagine F.W Murnau making his grand entrance as you hear this unearthed classic.
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Night Drive (Soundtrack) (Deluxe Edition) (gatefold white vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: IDIB 028LP. Rel: 03 Dec 10
  1. The Telephone Call
  2. Night Drive
  3. I Want Your Love
  4. Running Up That Hill
  5. The Killing Spree
  6. Healer
  7. Mask
  8. Tomorrow Is So Far Away
  9. Let's Make This A Moment To Remember
  10. Tick Of The Clock
  11. Shining Violence
  12. Circled Sun
  13. Bell
  14. The Gemini
  15. Accelerator
Review: ** REPRESS ** Italians Do It Better continues with their deluxe reissue pledge for 2010 delivering the definitive edition of Chromatics classic 2007 album Night Drive. For a multiplicity of reasons (most notably misplaced master tapes) the version that has gained a million column inches in the past three years was never meant to be heard, an incomplete demo version burned to hand out at tours. Having located the masters some 18 months later, Simonetti and co do the smart thing in presenting this deluxe edition, replete with the five tracks missing from the demo CD and fully remastered. Thus Johnny Jewel's original cinematic vision is presented in its full glory seeping in analogue warmth. Enough words have been dedicated to the tracks that filled the 2007 demo version that it seems redundant to spill any more ink on the matter though the Kate Bush cover does sound delicious! The five extra tracks make this a more than worthy purchase, from the poignant piano heartbeat of "Shining Violence" to the final departure via the Carpenter esque synth dynamics of "Accelerator".
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Troma's War (Soundtrack) (coloured vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: STS 022. Rel: 08 Aug 17
  1. On The Beach (4:03)
  2. Ambush (0:51)
  3. Stolen Baby (1:04)
  4. Search & Destroy (1:50)
  5. Breaking Bamboo (1:10)
  6. Rumble In The Jungle (4:42)
  7. Mow 'Em Down (2:18)
  8. Aftermath (1:29)
  9. Requiem To The Fallen (0:53)
  10. Storm Is Rising (4:01)
  11. Flamenco Flourish (0:16)
  12. Jerusalem Funk (3:07)
  13. Down & Dirty (4:11)
  14. Waltz Of Death (0:21)
  15. The Capture (1:12)
  16. Battle Glory (6:42)
  17. Triumphant (2:06)
  18. Alive (4:04)
Review: Michael Herz and Lloyd Kaufman's 1998 movie Troma's War has become something of a cult classic; a trashy, violence-heavy "wilderness shoot-em-up" that's frequently described as "so bad it's good". Chris DeMarco's synthesizer-heavy soundtrack - all elongated chords, gentle drum machine rhythms, vaguely Balearic synth-funk workouts, eyes-closed guitar solos and humid, tribal-influenced interludes - is undoubtedly the film's strongest selling point. Here it gets issued for the first time on any format, with Ship to Shore giving it the deluxe, coloured vinyl treatment. While it's undoubtedly exceedingly silly in places (this was the 1980s, after all, and it was a low budget movie), there are enough moments of genius to suggest that it should be added to your collection.
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Stranger Things 3 (Soundtrack) (gatefold heavyweight neon pink vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: LSINV 234LP. Rel: 20 Sep 19
  1. Boys & Girls (1:48)
  2. I Like Presents Too (1:26)
  3. Starcourt (3:03)
  4. Blank Makes You Crazy (1:04)
  5. I Need You Trust Me (1:21)
  6. You're A Fighter (4:18)
  7. The Ceiling Is Beautiful (2:46)
  8. The First I Love You (2:16)
  9. Rats (4:40)
  10. What Did You Do To Him? (2:04)
  11. Find The Source (1:16)
  12. The Silver Cat Feeds (1:11)
  13. Heather's (1:38)
  14. William (2:12)
  15. Destroying The Castle (1:50)
  16. In The Void (1:27)
  17. Tammy (2:58)
  18. Mirkwood (2:30)
  19. Portal Drill (1:45)
  20. Happy Screams (1:23)
  21. Ruins (2:03)
  22. It's Just Ice (4:00)
  23. The Door Is Opening (1:17)
  24. Planck's Constant (1:21)
  25. She#s Gone Home (1:02)
  26. Seven Feet (1:28)
  27. The Week Is Long (2:11)
  28. Sauna Test (0:57)
  29. Six Facts (2:04)
  30. The Trees Are Moving (1:10)
  31. On Their Tracks (0:43)
  32. Not Chinese Food (1:47)
  33. Blueprints (2:13)
  34. Land Deeds (1:09)
  35. Not Kids Anymore (0:54)
  36. Code Red (2:04)
  37. Feel Safe (2:19)
  38. He's Here (2:32)
  39. Scoops Trio (1:45)
  40. We Don't Understand Each Other (2:55)
  41. Afternath (2:33)
Review: Talk to anyone about Stranger Things and it will only be a matter of minutes before the sensational soundtrack is mentioned. The future retro synths of Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein have a huge impact on deepening the occult feelings you experience when watching the show and that continued through Series 3. Now you can grab the accompanying tracks on neon pink vinyl, which features the vulnerable "You're A Fighter", celebratory 80s synth pop stomps of "Starcourt" and meditative charms of "The Ceiling Is Beautiful" amongst other nuggets of gold. The producers themselves have said this is less a score and more a series of cues, and it certainly got us thinking.
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Stranger Things Vol 2 (Soundtrack) (gatefold coloured vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: INV 177LP. Rel: 02 Dec 16
  1. Hopper Sneaks In (1:35)
  2. I Know What I Saw (2:40)
  3. Rolling Out The Pool (1:08)
  4. Over (1:29)
  5. Gearing Up (1:58)
  6. Flickering (0:43)
  7. First Kiss (1:37)
  8. Crying (1:12)
  9. Walking Down The Tracks (0:54)
  10. Where's Barb? (1:59)
  11. Speak Of The Devil (2:45)
  12. Danger Danger (2:57)
  13. Tribulations (1:12)
  14. Flashback (1:36)
  15. Kids Two (2:48)
  16. Talking To Australia (0:57)
  17. Night Of The Seventh (1:35)
  18. See Any Rain? (0:40)
  19. Coffee & Contemplation (1:12)
  20. Inside The Black Room (1:25)
  21. Starts To Rain (1:27)
  22. Eleven Is Gone (1:53)
  23. Time For A 187 (0:56)
  24. Something In The House (2:07)
  25. Still Pretty (1:50)
  26. Abilities (1:30)
  27. Tendril (0:25)
  28. They Found Us (3:00)
  29. Bad Men (1:01)
  30. Spiked Bat (1:12)
  31. Making Contact (1:54)
  32. What Do You Know? (1:43)
  33. It's Not My Boy (1:46)
  34. Something In The Wall (1:36)
  35. Let's Go (0:34)
  36. Leap Of Faith (3:22)
  37. In Pursuit (2:16)
  38. Breaking & Entering (4:46)
  39. Stranger Things (extended) (5:12)
Review: Hot on the heels of volume one, Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein present a second selection of tracks composed for the soundtrack of Netflix's acclaimed weirdo-thriller, Strangest Things. As with the first edition, the 39 highlighted compositions are built around the duo's obsession with vintage analogue synthesizers and drum-computers, including the Granddaddy of the lot, the pioneering Fairlight "computer musical instrument" (check the woozy CMI choral samples on "I Know What I Saw"). Even if you've not seen the series, the music stands on its own; for proof, check out the ghostly ambience of "Crying", the tightly-wound creepiness of "Danger Danger", and the glistening, sun-kissed bliss of "Talking To Australia".
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Stranger Things: Volume 1 (Soundtrack) (gatefold coloured vinyl 2xLP) (1 per customer)
Cat: INV 176LP. Rel: 18 Nov 16
  1. Stranger Things (1:07)
  2. Kids (2:38)
  3. Nancy & Barb (1:02)
  4. This Isn't You (2:25)
  5. Lay-Z-Boy (1:35)
  6. Friendship (1:13)
  7. Eleven (3:10)
  8. A Kiss (1:27)
  9. Castle Byers (2:44)
  10. Hawkins (4:57)
  11. The Upside Down (5:08)
  12. After Sarah (1:16)
  13. One Blink For Yes (1:46)
  14. Photos In The Woods (4:27)
  15. Fresh Blood (1:16)
  16. Lamps (1:17)
  17. Hallucinations (1:38)
  18. Hanging Lights (1:30)
  19. Biking To School (0:51)
  20. Are You Sure? (2:26)
  21. Agents (0:51)
  22. Papa (1:30)
  23. Cops Are Good At Finding (1:16)
  24. No Weapons (3:14)
  25. Walking Through The Upside Down (1:17)
  26. She'll Kill You (2:00)
  27. Run Away (1:41)
  28. No Autopsy (1:03)
  29. Dispatch (0:42)
  30. Joyce & Lonnie Fighting (1:03)
  31. Lights Out (1:06)
  32. Hazmat Suits (1:44)
  33. Theoretically (1:35)
  34. You Can Talk To Me (0:50)
  35. What Else Is There To Do? (2:00)
  36. Hawkins Lab (2:37)
Review: There's no doubt that this brilliant, synthesizer-heavy soundtrack played a key part in the success of Netflix's deliciously odd thriller, Stranger Things. Written and performed by Survive members Kyle Dixon and Michael Steen, it has the right balance between John Carpenter style creepiness, Vangelis-like melodiousness, and the cinematic feel of classic movie soundtrack material. Happily, the streaming behemoth has decided to release two volumes of musical highlights from the series, beginning with this first volume. It's testament to the quality of the Texas-based duo's work that those who've not seen the series should still enjoy it. This is atmospheric, clandestine electronic music of the highest order. Moody, immersive, and reminiscent of the best material from the 1980s.
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Intérprete: Session Victim
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Game Of Thrones Series 4 (Soundtrack) (180 gram audiophile vinyl + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 1204. Rel: 04 Sep 14
  1. Main Titles
  2. The Rains Of Castamere
  3. Breaker Of Chains
  4. Watchers On The Wall
  5. I'm Sorry For Today
  6. Thenns
  7. Mereen
  8. First Of His Name
  9. The Biggest Fire The North Has Ever Seen
  10. Three Eyed Raven
  11. Two Swords
  12. Oathkeeper
  13. You Are No Son Of Mine
  14. The North Remembers
  15. Let's Kill Some Crows
  16. Craster's Keep
  17. The Real North
  18. Forgive Me
  19. He Is Lost
  20. I Only See What Matters
  21. Take The Charge Of Your Life
  22. The Children
Review: Aside from the visual spectacle that is Game Of Thrones, its mythical musical is what really shapes the atmosphere surrounding the series. Composed by Ramin Djawadi, the score to Season 4 is diverse and enchanting, made up of many different acoustic styles and genres. The second track, "The Rains Of Castamere", is even composed by Sigur Ros who give a seriously powerful performance as per usual. There's over twenty tracks spanning two tasty vinyl plates, filled to the brim with seductive strings, new age melodies and militant battle drums for that euphoric blockbuster hit! Stick it on and immerse yourself in a parallel world of mystical wars and fairytales.
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Multiplication Rock (Soundtrack) (B-STOCK) (limited marbled vinyl LP)
Cat: JPR 053LP (B-STOCK). Rel: 23 Aug 19
  1. Elementary, My Dear (2s) (3:01)
  2. Three Is A Magic Number (3s) (3:16)
  3. The Four Legged Zoo (4s) (2:59)
  4. Ready Or Not, Here I Come (5s) (3:01)
  5. My Hero, Zero (0) (3:17)
  6. I Got Six (6s) (3:06)
  7. Lucky Seven Sampson (7s) (2:59)
  8. Figure Eight (8s) (3:01)
  9. Naughty Number Nine (9s) (3:01)
  10. The Good Eleven (11s) (3:06)
  11. Little Twelvetoes (12s) (3:06)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Creasing to corner of sleeve

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Super Dark Times (Soundtrack) (limited picture disc LP)
Cat: ORCHSTK 000021. Rel: 27 Sep 17
  1. Give Thanks (1:50)
  2. I Have No Maximum Velocity (3:53)
  3. True Lies (1:50)
  4. Do You Want Me To Go? (1:56)
  5. Daryl (1:27)
  6. The Legend Of Zelda (1:37)
  7. Skittles Is Fucking Delicious (1:35)
  8. They Ran Out Of Blue (2:23)
  9. Minesweeper I (0:36)
  10. Minesweeper II (3:38)
  11. If Anybody Asks, We're Already Fucked (1:05)
  12. Super Dark Times (3:14)
  13. Immortal, Like Highlander (3:31)
Review: A new soundtrack album which features 13 original compositions by the experimental composer Ben Frost, whose other cinema related efforts include music for the film Sleeping Beauty and the 2015 British television series Fortitude. For this release, he creates 'vivid minimalist textures' to accompany the visuals in the new film Super Dark Times. When director Kevin Phillips approached the Aussie artist to write music for the film, it is said to have resonated immediately with him. As a composer, the thing that excited him most about the movie was that within the idea of this period drama was a largely untapped world of to explore. Whilst the sound of the '80s has become a form of borrowed nostalgia for millennials, Frost admits that '1995 still feels uncomfortably close.' He provides examples such as CD Walkmans, digital delays, Intel Pentium chips, and Peavey practice amps as equipment that inadvertently defined the music of the period: his teenage years.
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Cat: 329903 9985823. Rel: 29 Sep 17
  1. Kaneda (3:10)
  2. Battle Against Clown (3:38)
  3. Tetsuo (10:16)
  4. Shohmyoh (10:11)
  5. Doll's Polyphony (2:57)
  6. Exodus From The Underground Fortress (3:22)
  7. Winds Over Neo-Tokyo (3:12)
  8. Illusion (14:04)
  9. Mutation (5:16)
  10. Requiem (14:23)
Review: Geinoh Yamashirogumi's exceptional score for cult Japanese anime classic Akira has long been on the "wants-list" of both fans and soundtrack collectors. It's been out of print since it first appeared in 1988, with original CD and vinyl copies changing hands for vast sums online in recent times. This reissue presents the composer's "Symphonic Suite" - unique because it was created as a standalone piece before the movie went into production, with scenes altered to fit the music - in all its' acclaimed glory. Musically, Yamashirogumi's compositions are hard to pigeonhole, sitting somewhere between semi-synthesized percussive minimalism, new age inspired ambient, layered vocal improvisations and electronic experimental jazz. From start to finish, it's utterly beguiling and almost mesmerizing in its construction.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan, Doo
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Cat: FKR 031LPA. Rel: 20 Feb 16
  1. Eco Blue/Toadstrip (exclusive track) (6:33)
  2. Race (1:53)
  3. Head Off (exclusive track) (2:20)
  4. Pigs (1:29)
  5. Cosmic Funeral (2:05)
  6. Amanda (3:46)
  7. Septic (2:18)
  8. Smoke (exclusive track) (3:04)
  9. Stone (3:00)
  10. Undertaker (2:33)
  11. Gravediggers (4:20)
  12. Swim (exclusive track) (3:30)
  13. Klaude Kool & The Kats (2:53)
  14. Toad (3:01)
  15. The Death Of Doctor Death (1:37)
Review: The Stone LP is what really made Billy Green the artist that he is today. Starting off as a rhythm and blues guitar player back in the '60s, the cult movie saw him move onto more experimental territories, and enter the broad genre that is referred to as 'prog-rock'. This album is much more than that, however, and the opening track "Eco Blue / Toadstrip" is a clear signal of the madness and experimentation that's to quickly follow suit on the remainder of the LP. You have everything from fast percussion sequences, to gnarly guitar riffs, and distorted voices, all wrapped in an early, gritty electronic bed of sound. This one is clearly for the samplers, a diggers dream come true; and now available again in its original format. Recommended.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Funk
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Chernobyl (Soundtrack) (LP + insert)
Cat: 483722 5. Rel: 06 Sep 19
  1. The Door (2:42)
  2. Bridge Of Death (4:30)
  3. Turbine Hall (1:21)
  4. Vichnaya Pamyat (4:06)
  5. Pump Room (3:16)
  6. Clean Up (1:50)
  7. Dealing With Destruction (1:25)
  8. Waiting For The Engineer (1:11)
  9. Gallery (1:59)
  10. 12 Hours Before (2:21)
  11. Corridors (3:14)
  12. Lidur (Chernobyl version) (2:52)
  13. Evacuation (4:38)
Review: HBO's tragic "Chernobyl" proved to be a global hit show, not least in part thanks to Hildur Gudnadottir's haunting compositions. Tropes from thriller soundtracks of the past - squeaking strings, marching drums and the clicks of a Geiger counter - are all wisely sidestepped in favour of a more subtle but dramatic score. Gudnadottir makes the invisible somehow seem real - paranoia, unknown horror and unrelenting tension defines this record, which also somehow conveys the architecture of a power plant. It is vast, cavernous and absorbing even without the accompanying images, and is a bleak yet beautiful listen.
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Cat: TJJA 10015. Rel: 06 Nov 18
  1. Hey Let's Go (Opening Theme) (2:43)
  2. The Village In May (1:38)
  3. A Haunted House! (1:23)
  4. Mei & The Dust Bunnies (1:36)
  5. Evening Wind (1:00)
  6. Not Afraid (0:45)
  7. Let's Go To The Hospital (1:21)
  8. Mother (1:07)
  9. A Little Monster (3:55)
  10. Totoro (2:51)
  11. A Huge Tree In The Tsukamori Forest (2:11)
  12. A Lost Child (3:48)
  13. The Path Of The Wind (3:17)
  14. A Soaking Wet Monster (2:32)
  15. Moonlight Flight (2:09)
  16. Mei Is Missing (2:31)
  17. Cat Bus (2:11)
  18. I'm So Glad (1:15)
  19. My Neighbour Totoro (Ending Theme) (4:15)
  20. Hey Let's Go (2:47)
Review: My Neighbour Totoro is a 1988 critically acclaimed Japanese animated fantasy film, written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki for Studio Ghibli and Tokuma Shoten. The soundtrack, which has stood the test of time, is one of the contributing factors which makes the film so magical. Created by longtime Studio Ghibli composer Joe Hisaishi who is one of Japan's most prolific and celebrated composers, this soundtrack is one of the lightest in mood with the 20 tracks running in chronological order. Stunning, raw and powerful.
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Cat: IDIB 044. Rel: 14 Sep 15
  1. The Other Side Of Midnight (part 1) (17:42)
  2. The Other Side Of Midnight (part 2) (13:30)
Review: Having worked together on the set of 2011's Drive, Ryan Gosling has called on the services of composer Johnny Jewel for the actor's directorial debut, Lost River. We haven't seen the film yet so we can't comment on the blend between sound and cinematography, but we can tell you that this soundtrack is pure class from beginning to the end, a masterful artillery of dark ambience and atmospheric drones. The Italians Do It Better head honcho delivers two parts of "The Other Side Of Midnight", the first being a rough, heavy piece of noise metal that would satisfy any Wolf Eyes fan, while the second chapter is tamer, more submerged in a layer of deep, ethereal pads and subaqueous synths. All in all, compared to the rest of Hollywood's current musical output, this is totally killer - and totally recommended.
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  1. Apning (1:58)
  2. Maskinene Kommer (2:31)
  3. Drommen Om Supermann (2:08)
  4. Venner, Lop (2:42)
  5. Carl Gustav's Tema (0:45)
  6. Lekeplassen Odelegges (0:37)
  7. Menn I Svarte Dresser (0:38)
  8. Spenningen Stiger (0:35)
  9. En Losning (0:35)
  10. Jam Over Tema (2:32)
  11. Kvernen (3:01)
  12. Arkadehallen (0:51)
  13. Slottet (0:27)
  14. Hemmeling Inngang (0:48)
  15. Mork Gang (0:24)
  16. Tatt Til Fange (0:33)
  17. En Utvei (0:08)
  18. Falsk Vals (2:29)
  19. Bil Etter Bil, Slutt (3:52)
Review: You'd be forgiven for being unfamiliar with Carl Gustav Gjengen Og Parkeringsbandittene, a 1982 Norwegian children's mystery film with an eccentric, convoluted plotline. This is the first time that the soundtrack, which was created by former Norwegian progressive rocker turned composer Pete Knutsen, has been released. It's an imaginative and largely colourful affair, with Knutsen utilizing spacey synthesizer sounds and bold melodic riffs (very reminiscent of the period in which it was created) alongside his usual fuzzy rock guitars and out-there electronics. It's hugely evocative and entertaining, with nods to a myriad of contemporaneous American and European styles as well as the Beatles circa The White Album and Abbey Road.
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Cat: SRE 049LP. Rel: 14 Feb 17
  1. Fanfaari Kinkulle (2:21)
  2. Muusa Ja Russa (3:29)
  3. Raimenhuilu (0:40)
  4. Pikku Paimen (2:30)
  5. Sammakkokeitto (3:21)
  6. Jansmakko Erikois (1:23)
  7. Sammakkojen Ulosmarssi (2:22)
  8. Eukon Patenttilaake (2:02)
  9. Syvajaadytetty (0:25)
  10. Ville Ja Valle (3:00)
  11. Herra Pii Poo (2:15)
  12. Mista On Pienet Pojat Tehty (4:02)
  13. Jussin Talo (3:41)
Review: Svart Records continues the Eero Koivistoinen reissue program with yet another rare album by the artists, this particular one from 1971. With Vesa-Matti Loiri, Seija Simola and Eero Raittinen on vocals. Koivistoinen's children's music album entitled Muusa ja Ruusa was based on the poems of Kirsi Kunnas and released by the book publishing company WSOY. Although some of these songs were revisited in the 2000s on the album Ville ja Valle, the original has never been reissued in any format. The moods on this recently unearthed album is best described by the label, who claim it sounds like 'pastoral calm to the psychedelic bubbling of witches' cauldrons. This is music to boil frogs to.' And that's pretty spot on, we agree!
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Castlevania (Soundtrack) (gatefold 10" LP with obi strip)
Cat: MOND 71. Rel: 12 Sep 16
  1. Underground (0:31)
  2. Prologue (0:09)
  3. Vampire Killer (1:15)
  4. Stalker (1:16)
  5. Wicked Child (2:06)
  6. Walking On The Edge (1:43)
  7. Heart Of Fire (2:13)
  8. Out Of Time (1:22)
  9. Nothing To Lose (1:34)
  10. Poison Mind (0:33)
  11. Black Night (0:57)
  12. Voyager (0:59)
Review: It's the 30th Anniversary of the Castlevania franchise and Austin, Texas based cinema retroverts Mondo are proud to celebrate with a premiere vinyl release of the original soundtrack to the 1986 Nintendo Entertainment System classic that started it all. Featuring all 12 BMG tracks from the video game by Konami Kukeiha Club (a collective name for the Konami sound production staff) and original artwork by Becky Cloonan. The first of a five-album campaign dedicated to the video game franchise, so get in on it!
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A Star Is Born (Deluxe Edition) (Soundtrack) (B-STOCK) (limited numbered gatefold gold vinyl 2xLP + CD box set + posters + lithographs + photos + sheet music + journal)
Cat: B 002962102 (B-STOCK). Rel: 28 Jun 19
  1. Intro (0:21)
  2. Black Eyes (3:05)
  3. Somewhere Over The Rainbow (0:40)
  4. Fabulous French (0:20)
  5. La Vie En Rose (2:59)
  6. I'll Wait For You (0:20)
  7. Maybe It's Time (2:38)
  8. Parking Lot (0:31)
  9. Out Of Time (2:53)
  10. Alibi (3:17)
  11. Trust Me (0:32)
  12. Shallow (3:40)
  13. First Stop, Arizona (0:12)
  14. Music To My Eyes (3:17)
  15. Diggin' My Grave (3:58)
  16. I Love You (0:20)
  17. Always Remember Us This Way (3:30)
  18. Unbelievable (0:32)
  19. How Do You Hear It? (0:17)
  20. Look What I Found (2:52)
  21. Memphis (0:25)
  22. Heal Me (3:16)
  23. I Don't Know What Love Is (2:57)
  24. Vows (0:18)
  25. Is That Alright? (3:09)
  26. SNL (0:13)
  27. Why Did You Do That? (3:05)
  28. Hair Body Face (3:26)
  29. Scene 98 (0:35)
  30. Before I Cry (4:17)
  31. Too Far Gone (1:26)
  32. Twelve Notes (1:04)
  33. I'll Never Love Again (Film version) (4:40)
  34. I'll Never Love Again (extended version) (5:31)
  35. Intro
  36. Black Eyes
  37. Somewhere Over The Rainbow
  38. Fabulous French
  39. La Vie En Rose
  40. I'll Wait For You
  41. Maybe It's Time
  42. Parking Lot
  43. Out Of Time
  44. Alibi
  45. Trust Me
  46. Shallow
  47. First Stop, Arizona
  48. Music To My Eyes
  49. Diggin' My Grave
  50. I Love You
  51. Always Remember Us This Way
  52. Unbelievable
  53. How Do You Hear It?
  54. Look What I Found
  55. Memphis
  56. Heal Me
  57. I Don't Know What Love Is
  58. Vows
  59. Is That Alright?
  60. SNL
  61. Why Did You Do That?
  62. Hair Body Face
  63. Scene 98
  64. Before I Cry
  65. Too Far Gone
  66. Twelve Notes
  67. I'll Never Love Again (Film version)
  68. I'll Never Love Again (extended version)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Box damaged, product unused & in perfect condition***

- Dent/small tear to corner of box

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Delete Beach (gatefold double 10" + 12 page booklet)
Cat: DDS 024. Rel: 14 Nov 17
  1. Delete Beach (Japanese) (5:55)
  2. Interlude 1 (5:10)
  3. Delete Beach (instrumental) (6:10)
  4. Interlude 2 (5:29)
  5. Delete Beach (English) (5:55)
Review: The UK's Mica Levi is back on our charts and much like last time, we expect these five glorious slices of drone-laden experimentation to fly out of here in record time. The supremely off-kilter waves of this new EP land on Demdike Stare's DDS imprint, now something of an institution for the odder side of electronica, and they couldn't be better placed anywhere else. That said, the noisy ambient glows of "Delete Beach (Japanese)", and the sparse, aqueous drum machine loops of "Interlude 1" are perhaps a step further out into the ether compared to the label's usual bag of tricks. On the B-side, the instrumental cut of "Delete Beach" morphs and develops beautifully for the entirety of the waxplate while, stretching to disc 2, "Interlude 2" catapults us into a world made up of sporadic pianos and Vengelian synths, leaving the English version of "Delete Beach" to unravel what was said on the A1.
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Drive (Soundtrack) (gatefold pink vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: INV 106LPNEW. Rel: 16 May 17
  1. Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx - "Nightcall" (4:16)
  2. Desire - "Under Your Spell" (3:49)
  3. College - "A Real Hero" (feat Electric Youth) (4:25)
  4. Riz Ortolani - "Oh My Love" (feat Katyna Raneiri) (2:48)
  5. The Chromatics - "Tick Of The Clock" (4:46)
  6. Rubber Head (2:57)
  7. I Drive (2:02)
  8. He Had A Good Time (1:32)
  9. They Broke His Pelvis (1:54)
  10. Kick Your Teeth (2:32)
  11. Where's The Deluxe Version? (5:17)
  12. See You In Four (2:31)
  13. After The Chase (5:21)
  14. Hammer (4:36)
  15. Wrong Floor (1:19)
  16. Skull Crushing (5:48)
  17. My Name On A Car (2:09)
  18. On The Beach (6:32)
  19. Bride Of Deluxe (4:02)
Review: Originally out in 2012, Cliff Martinez's soundtrack to Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive was a smash hit. While this might not seem out of the ordinary, that is actually no small feat in this day and age; soundtracks have all too often become dispensable and it is rare for people to talk about one with the same sort of praise as this particular thriller. The lead tune is, of course, Kavinsky and Lovefoxx's "Nightcall", a song that is still getting significant playback these days, and one which makes for a strong contender to the best material from electro-pop acts like Daft Punk. "A Real Hero" by College has also made it into the big league since the film's release, along with a number of absolutely timeless, pop-infused r&b ballads like "Tick Of The Clock" by The Chromatics. Cliff Martinez's own material features prominently at the tail-end, of course. A hotly recommended 2 hours of music to accompany any sort of mood.
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The Moomins (Soundtrack) (gatefold LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: FKR 090LP. Rel: 03 Feb 17
  1. The Moomins Theme (2:25)
  2. Travelling Theme (2:09)
  3. Hobgoblin's Hat (1:29)
  4. Leaving Moomin Valley (2:31)
  5. Moomins Partytime (2:02)
  6. Hattyfatteners Row (0:48)
  7. Woodland Band (1:30)
  8. Most Unusual (1:16)
  9. Midwinter Rites (2:52)
  10. Piano Waltz (1:32)
  11. Creepers (1:00)
  12. Woodland Band (Far Away) (1:30)
  13. Comet Shadow (4:41)
  14. Comet Theme (1:16)
  15. The Moomins Theme (End Titles) (0:33)
Review: In the early-to-mid 1980s, children's television was decidedly odd. Arguably the strangest show of all was The Moomins, an animated puppet show based on a series of Finnish children's books. When the original show was re-purposed for UK TV, it was re-dubbed into English, with the addition of a fabulously psychedelic soundtrack from post-punk synthesizer enthusiasts Graeme Miller and Steve Shill. Here, Finders Keepers' has gathered together the best of the duo's work for the series. Expect early analogue synthesizer sounds, bizarrely folksy instrumentation, trippy noises, and an array of fragile melodies. It's weird, all right, but also really rather good.
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Casualties Of War (Soundtrack) (reissue) (limited numbered 180 gram audiophile transparent vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVATM 103. Rel: 07 Jun 17
  1. Casualties Of War (9:17)
  2. Trapped In A Tunnel (4:37)
  3. No Escape (6:56)
  4. The Abduction (4:47)
  5. No Hope (2:30)
  6. The Rape (3:58)
  7. The Death Of Oahn (2:31)
  8. The Healing (2:13)
  9. The Fragging (1:19)
  10. Waste Her (3:40)
  11. Elegy For A Dead Cherry (1:14)
  12. Elegy For Brown (3:44)
Review: The score for 1989's Casualties of War - a Vietnam War flick starring Michael J Fox and Sean Penn - is not one of Ennio Morricone's better-known soundtracks. Even so, it's still a masterful work, as this reissue proves. In typical Morricone fashion, there are moments of poignant reflection (all sweeping strings, twittering flutes and melancholic motifs), tension-filled themes, subtle looks towards to the composer's spaghetti western-era work, and driving, forceful and grandiose compositions where you can almost smell the napalm. In keeping with the film's setting, there are occasional nods towards traditional Vietnamese music, though these tend to provide aural colour amongst the cinematic orchestration and lilting strings.
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Rock (Soundtrack) (LP with obi strip)
Cat: TRS 01. Rel: 11 Oct 17
  1. Generique (2:19)
  2. Depart (1:45)
  3. Rencontre Brisson (2:33)
  4. Serge Sur L'ile (2:27)
  5. Filature (1:10)
  6. Theme Alba & Serge (1:30)
  7. Chef Charon (1:36)
  8. Poursuite (1:38)
  9. La Lettre De Lola (2:10)
  10. Depart 2 (1:29)
  11. Serge Assomme (3:53)
  12. Deux Rockers (0:59)
  13. Chef Charon 2 (2:15)
  14. Grand Mere Antoine (0:30)
  15. Sortie Ccafe Sous La Pluie (1:32)
  16. Alba & Serge (1:24)
  17. Separt Serge (1:45)
  18. Serge & Lola (1:06)
  19. Generique De Fin (2:11)
Review: Bernard Parmegiani was a French composer best known for his electronic or acousmatic music that passed away in 2013. Here Transversales Disques present a previously unreleased soundtrack of the 1982 film 'Rock' directed by Michel Treguer. Born in 1940, Treuger is a television producer, radio producer, journalist and writer also known for the popular early '90s television series 'Les compagnons de l'aventure'. Enjoy this limited edition remaster from the original tapes. Exclusive liner notes plus artwork by Jean-Philippe Talaga. Licensed from Claude Anne Parmegiani. Parmegiani has been cited as a major influence by the likes of Aphex Twin, Autechre and Sonic Youth.
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Operasjon Cobra aka Operation Cobra (Soundtrack) (limited LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MM 02. Rel: 10 Apr 18
  1. Apningstema (1:58)
  2. Commando (1:47)
  3. Guttene Pa Sletta (1:08)
  4. Ingen Summerone (0:34)
  5. Arim Signaliserer (0:26)
  6. Gisler (0:39)
  7. Terrorister (0:38)
  8. Hjemme Fra Skolen (1:10)
  9. Rock Pa Rommet (1:33)
  10. Dragejakten (5:07)
  11. Gardsplassen (2:42)
  12. Morse (1:27)
  13. Finlandshette (0:30)
  14. Sykler I Snoen (0:41)
  15. Tomgods (1:39)
  16. Fornebu (0:27)
  17. Purken Kommer (0:35)
  18. Tema Fra Operasjon Cobra (1:47)
Review: The Moving Music label continues to unearth some ridiculously odd and inspired Norwegian movie soundtracks. Their latest is taken from 1978's Operasjon Cobra, a "youth movie" with a plot that involves a group of Oslo teenagers foiling a terror plot. The soundtrack, which appears to be one of the first to be completed by obscure Norwegian composer (and former prog rocker) Pete Knutsen, flits between Blaxploitation-inspired jazz-funk, cheery, horn-and-Clavinet-heavy post-disco instrumentals, experimental jazz, creepy synthesizer soundscapes, jazz guitar-rich ambient and heavy funk-rock. Throughout, the production is admirably lo-fi, with Knutsen keeping the tracks largely free of effects or post-production trickery.
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Cobra Verde (Soundtrack) (Record Store Day 2017) (limited green vinyl LP + insert with obi strip)
Cat: OWS 16. Rel: 08 May 17
  1. Der Tod Des Cobra Verde (4:36)
  2. Nachts: Schnee (4:22)
  3. Der Marktplatz (2:40)
  4. Eine Andere Welt (2:22)
  5. Grab Der Mutter (4:31)
  6. Om Mani Padme Hum (5:26)
  7. Sieh Nicht Uberm Meer Ist's (1:26)
  8. Hab Mut, Bis Dass Die Nacht Mit Ruh' Und Stille Kommt (9:28)
Review: Aside from having attained legendary status through their own solo material, Germany's timeless Popol Vuh were instrumental in the development and cult-like status of director Werner Herzog's most respected pictures. Throughout the 70s and 80s, guided by a legendary Klaus Kinski as his main actor, Herzog and Popol Vuh were responsible for a new outlook on cinema and, importantly, on the importance of soundtracks. Through a mixture of pioneering electronics, Krautrock and komische, the band were perhaps the first to truly instil ambient or drone as a genre. This particular film, Cobra Verde, is made all the more poignant by the band's use of deep, explorative soundscapes that mould and develop at their own will. We hear material on Mute nowadays that sounds similar to this, except that this lot got there thirty years before; what a time to be in cinema it must have been. Wholeheartedly recommended.
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Cat: SCEB 947LP. Rel: 13 Oct 16
  1. Slip Back (3:45)
  2. Rusty Letters (3:20)
  3. Cobwebs (3:39)
  4. Quick Step (2:55)
  5. Leewards (3:12)
  6. Lipstick (4:19)
  7. Make Up (3:05)
  8. Effuse (4:08)
  9. Bus Stop (3:16)
  10. Slip Back
  11. Rusty Letters
  12. Cobwebs
  13. Quick Step
  14. Leewards
  15. Lipstick
  16. Make Up
  17. Effuse
  18. Bus Stop
Review: The story of Puccio Roelens begins way back in 1969, a time when the 'exotica' sound was at its peak, and when electronic music really started to have an impact on the rest of the global scene. Constanza Records, from the late 60s through to the late 70s, was responsible from some truly pioneering work by a small selection of artists from around the globe. Roelens was one such artist, a producer who contributed to the infamous series named Musica Per Commenti Sonori, or 'music for sonic comments'. His particular contribution was entitled Lipstick, and explored the vast possibilities of disco, a genre that was at its height at the time, but that was beginning to take on new influences that would eventually transform it into boogie. This album is a special piece of work, a collection of sublime disco tracks with an experimental edge. The more you listen, the more you want. TIP!
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Call Me By Your Name (Soundtrack) (gatefold 180 gram audiophile 2xLP + insert + poster) (1 per customer)
Cat: MOVATM 184. Rel: 12 Jan 18
  1. John Adams - "Hallelujah Junction - 1st Movement" (7:10)
  2. Ryuichi Sakamoto - "MAY In The Backyard" (4:25)
  3. Loredana Berte - "J'Adore Venise" (4:06)
  4. Bandolero - "Paris Latino" (4:02)
  5. Frank Glazer - "Sonatine Bureaucratique " (3:46)
  6. Alessio Bax - "'Zion Hort Die Wachter Singen'" (5:10)
  7. Giorgio Moroder & Joe Esposito - "Lady Lady Lady" (4:15)
  8. Andre Laplante - "Une Barque Sur L'Ocean" (6:59)
  9. Sufjan Stevens - "Futile Devices" (Doveman remix) (2:13)
  10. Ryuichi Sakamoto - "Germination" (2:09)
  11. FR David - "Words" (3:27)
  12. Marco Armani - "E La Vita" (4:09)
  13. Sufjan Stevens - "Mystery Of Love" (4:07)
  14. Franco Battiato - "Radio Varsavia" (4:06)
  15. The Psychedelic Furs - "Love My Way" (3:31)
  16. Valeria Szervanszky & Ronald Cavaye - "Le Jardin Feerique" (3:02)
  17. Sufjan Steven - "Visions Of Gideon" (4:09)
Review: You can trust Music On Vinyl to put out the very best soundtracks, from the least likely sources. That Blade Runner soundtrack reissue a few years back was an absolute treat for us, to cite an example, but this edition of the Call Me By Your Name soundtrack is even more leftfield. After all, it's no surprise because the film had an insanely on-point score that never made it onto vinyl format; songs from the likes of John Adams, Giorgio Moroder and Franco Battiato are a wonderful thing to own on wax, within the concept of this remarkable movie, alongside other great tunes from coveted producers like Japan's Ryuichi Sakamoto. All in all, a fine catch.
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Africa/Continente Nero (reissue) (limited 2xLP + insert)
Cat: RED 31213. Rel: 19 Dec 17
  1. Africa To-Day (Disc1: Africa) (4:45)
  2. Savana (2:41)
  3. Green Dawn (2:24)
  4. Rhythmical Stress (2:58)
  5. Drums Choral (3:50)
  6. Lonely Village (1:53)
  7. Mysterious (1:36)
  8. Echos (2:25)
  9. Sortilege (3:51)
  10. African Suspence (3:22)
  11. Sadness (2:48)
  12. Rite (2:14)
  13. Folk-Tune (2:18)
  14. Drums Suspence (2:47)
  15. Rivoluzionari (Disc2: Continente Nero) (3:15)
  16. Nel Villaggio (2:28)
  17. Nuove Realta' (2:46)
  18. Antiche Tradizioni (2:46)
  19. Nuovi Fermenti (1:44)
  20. Sole Percussioni (2:46)
  21. Piffero Africano (1:44)
  22. Continente Nero (2:15)
  23. Riscossa (3:05)
  24. Ultimo Stregone (2:16)
  25. Continente Nero (1:50)
  26. Preparativi (2:41)
  27. Oasi (2:37)
  28. Tribalismo (2:30)
  29. Giorno Di Mercato (3:49)
  30. Flauto Africano (1:28)
Review: Along with Moggi, Rovi or Tusco, M Zalla was one of Piero Umiliani's most revered monikers from his early period. Starting off in the early 70s, the legendary Italian electronic wizard began to release weird and wonderful shapes of kinetic electronics, often inspired by the anthropology of Africa, the Mother continent. Africa itself is one of his works from '72, released just before the iconic Problemi D'Oggi, and it has clearly inspired whole generations of different sorts of musicians. It's polyrhythmic waves of euphoria rarely tire of cease to provoke wonder, and this whole piece of work is a treasure chest that will simply not stop giving. For some, it's a source for samples and inspiration, while for others it's the perfect tool to add life to DJ sets, whether at the beginning, in between tracks, or at the end. If you're a fanboy of peeps like Durian Brothers, look here first. Essential.
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Criminale Vol 2: Ossessione (140 gram vinyl LP + CD)
Cat: PNY 4507LPC. Rel: 23 Aug 13
  1. Gerardo Iacoucci - "From Tokyo To Las Vegas"
  2. Remigio Ducros - "Ritmica" (previously unreleased)
  3. Roberto Conrado - "Hills"
  4. Sandro Brugnolini - "Psichefreelico" (ballad)
  5. Ugo Busoni, Paolo Ferrara, Massimo Di Cicco - "Motrcross"
  6. Enzo Scoppa - "Contatto" (previously unreleased)
  7. Alessandro Alessandroni - "Hovercraft"
  8. Paolo Ferrara - "Marker"
  9. Alessandro Alessandroni E I Cantori Moderni - "Una Storia"
  10. Alessandro Alessandroni, Giuliano Sorgini - "Perquisizione"
  11. Gerardo Iacoucci - "Ossessione Notturna"
  12. Daniela Casa - "Black Sabbath" (previously unreleased)
  13. Umberto Santucci - "Violenza In Beat"
  14. Gerardo Iacoucci - "Citta Del Capo"
  15. Paolo Ferrara - "Percussion Blues"
  16. Gerardo Iacoucci - "Riccione"
  17. Piero Montanari & Roberto Conrado - "Properly"
  18. Alessandro Alessandroni E I Cantori Moderni - "Nella Balera"
  19. Gerardo Iacoucci - "From Tokyo To Las Vegas"
  20. Remigio Ducros - "Ritmica" (previously unreleased)
  21. Roberto Conrado - "Hills"
  22. Sandro Brugnolini - "Psichefreelico" (ballad)
  23. Ugo Busoni, Paolo Ferrara, Massimo Di Cicco - "Motrcross"
  24. Enzo Scoppa - "Contatto" (previously unreleased)
  25. Alessandro Alessandroni - "Hovercraft"
  26. Paolo Ferrara - "Marker"
  27. Alessandro Alessandroni E I Cantori Moderni - "Una Storia"
  28. Alessandro Alessandroni, Giuliano Sorgini - "Perquisizione"
  29. Gerardo Iacoucci - "Ossessione Notturna"
  30. Daniela Casa - "Black Sabbath" (previously unreleased)
  31. Umberto Santucci - "Violenza In Beat"
  32. Gerardo Iacoucci - "Citta Del Capo"
  33. Paolo Ferrara - "Percussion Blues"
  34. Gerardo Iacoucci - "Riccione"
  35. Piero Montanari & Roberto Conrado - "Properly"
  36. Alessandro Alessandroni E I Cantori Moderni - "Nella Balera"
Review: Welcome to 70s Italy. A time of serious cultural flux, while the country suffered extended periods of military presence and austere pressures, a create counter culture was wafting psychedelically through the family TV sets. Funk-fusion, blues bangers and cosmic sensations were commissioned by the country's leading channels, only to be released in limited amounts (if released at all) before being lost in the annals of musical history. Here's a 35-track flavour of what we missed. From vocal harmonised guitar-weeping dreaminess ("Una Storia") to sleazy, tripped out blues ("Motocross") via pristine jazz boogie ("Contatto"), it's a side to Italy's rich musical history that demands repeat revisits. It would be criminale not to...
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Atomic Blonde (Soundtrack) (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert with obi-strip)
Cat: MOND 114. Rel: 01 Sep 17
  1. David Bowie - "Cat People (Putting Out Fire)" (6:46)
  2. Peter Schilling - "Major Tom (Vollig Losgelost)" (4:58)
  3. HEALTH - "Blue Monday" (4:46)
  4. Tyler Bates - "C*cks*cker" (1:51)
  5. Nena - "99 Luftballons" (3:52)
  6. George Michael - "Father Figure" (5:37)
  7. After The Fire - "Der Kommissar" (5:39)
  8. Siouxsie & The Banshees - "Cities In Dust" (4:02)
  9. Re-Flex - "The Politics Of Dancing" (3:56)
  10. Marilyn Manson & Tyler Bates - "Stigmata" (5:36)
  11. Tyler Bates - "Demonstration" (3:45)
  12. A Flock Of Seagulls - "I Ran (So Far Away)" (5:06)
  13. Kaleida - "99 Luftballons" (3:52)
  14. Til Tuesday - "Voices Carry" (4:18)
  15. The Clash - "London Calling" (3:20)
  16. Tyler Bates - "Finding The UHF Device" (2:50)
Review: There's a fair chance you may already have been to see Atomic Blonde, an ultra-violent, Cold War-era thriller set in Berlin. If you have, you'll already be familiar with the stylish and moody soundtrack, which brings together original period material (David Bowie, Siouxsie & The Banshees, Nena, George Michael) with contemporary cuts (see Health's woozy cover of New Order classic "Blue Monday") and instrumental compositions by lauded soundtrack specialist Tyler Bates. The latter's contributions, mostly dark and industrial in tone and created using synthesizer and drum machines, stand out. The creepy "C*cks*cker", with its subtle nods towards Pink Floyd's "The Wall", and "Demonstration", a kind of amalgam of the Chemical Brothers and Nine Inch Nails, are particularly noteworthy.
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Of Mics & Men (Soundtrack) (yellow vinyl LP + sticker)
Cat: MSAP 0081LP. Rel: 30 Aug 19
  1. On That Sht Again (3:20)
  2. Seen A Lot Of Things (3:11)
  3. Project Kids (skit) (1:59)
  4. Do The Same As My Brother Do (3:26)
  5. Yo, Is You Cheo? (skit) (1:40)
  6. Of Mics & Men (3:17)
  7. One Rhyme (skit) (2:06)
Review: Of Mics & Men is a four part Netflix series chronicling legendary hip hop group Wu-Tang Clan's storied history. This accompanying soundtrack release features new music from the group, as well as skits based on never-before-heard stories from footage that didn't make the final cut of the documentary series. It finds the crew in fine flow, with all their trademark chilling atmospheres, smart samples and mesmerising verses telling fast paced stories in vivid detail. Fans old and new will not be disappointed with this one.
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Cat: XL 936LP. Rel: 26 Oct 18
  1. A Storm That Took Everything (1:47)
  2. The Hooks (3:13)
  3. Suspirium (3:23)
  4. Belongings Thrown In A River (1:30)
  5. Has Ended (5:00)
  6. Klemperer Walks (1:36)
  7. Open Again (2:41)
  8. Sabbath Incantation (3:06)
  9. The Inevitable Pull (1:36)
  10. Olga's Destruction (Volk Tape) (2:56)
  11. The Conjuring Of Anke (2:17)
  12. A Light Green (1:48)
  13. Unmade (4:25)
  14. The Jumps (2:34)
  15. Volk (6:22)
  16. The Universe Is Indifferent (4:44)
  17. The Balance Of Things (1:07)
  18. A Soft Hand Across Your Face (0:43)
  19. Suspirium Finale (7:01)
  20. A Choir Of One (13:56)
  21. Synthesizer Speaks (1:05)
  22. The Room Of Compartments (1:17)
  23. An Audition (0:29)
  24. Voiceless Terror (4:02)
  25. The Epilogue (1:10)
Review: Given his innate ability to craft intensely atmospheric and often fundamentally unsettling music, it seems apt that Thom Yorke has finally got around to producing a film soundtrack. It's fitting, too, that said soundtrack is for Luca Guadagnino's weirdo remake of 1977 Italian horror flick "Suspiria". Yorke nails the brief, delivering a string of chilling, otherworldly instrumentals that not only draw on his well-established love of dark ambient and gruesome electronica, but also foreboding neo-classical movements and sparse, wide-eyed arrangements. There are a smattering of superb vocal moments, too, with recent single "Suspirio" - described by one broadsheet reviewer as "the saddest waltz you'll ever here" - standing out.
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Bladerunner 2049 (Soundtrack) (gatefold 180 gram coloured vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code with obi-strip)
Cat: MOND 183. Rel: 23 Aug 19
  1. 2049 (3:40)
  2. Snapper's Tree (1:33)
  3. Flight To LAPD (1:50)
  4. Rain (2:18)
  5. Wallace (5:30)
  6. Memory (2:20)
  7. Mesa (3:13)
  8. Orphanage (1:01)
  9. Furnace (3:19)
  10. Someone Lived This (2:47)
  11. Joi (3:41)
  12. Pilot (2:04)
  13. Hijack (5:16)
  14. That's Why We Believe (3:31)
  15. Her Eyes Were Green (5:53)
  16. Sea Wall (9:45)
  17. All The Best Memories Are Hers (3:10)
  18. Tears In The Rain (2:02)
  19. Blade Runner (9:56)
  20. Almost Human - Lauren Daigle (3:22)
Review: Second time around for Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch's acclaimed soundtrack to Denis Villeneuve's 2017 flick "Blade Runner 2049". Like the film itself, Zimmer and Wallfisch's soundtrack is very much a sequel to Vangelis' 1982 original, with spacey, poignant and bittersweet orchestral compositions sitting side by side with more electronic, synthesizer-driven pieces that match the dark, futuristic mood of the movie. There are plenty of nods towards the musical themes explored first time around, with the climactic "Blade Runner" sounding like a 21st century update of the Greek composer's lauded original title music.
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Batman Begins (Soundtrack) (gatefold heavyweight blue vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SILLP 1316. Rel: 02 Oct 17
  1. Vespertilio
  2. Eptesicus
  3. Myotis
  4. Barbastella
  5. Artibeus
  6. Tadarida
  7. Macrotus
  8. Antrozous
  9. Nycteris
  10. Molossus
  11. Corynorhinus
  12. Masiurus
Review: Two killer tracks licensed from Oriki Music and taken from the recent Akwaba Abidjan compilation. These two monsters from De Frank Jr are straight up deep and funky afrobeat from 1970's Ivory Coast. More essential dancefloor delights from Mukatsuku - strictly vinyl only & singles only...
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