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Cold / James Bernard
Strobe Light Network / Lapis Lazuli

Split 12" on STROOM from Cold and James Bernard. Cold's half is called 'Strobe Light Network', on which the Icelander manages to balance beauty and melancholy through the medium of dub techno. On 'Lapis Lazuli' Bernard created enormous spaces of ambient sound with the occasionally glimmer as vivid as the track's namesake colour. 
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James Bernard
Nosferatu

The original F.W. Murnau version of Nosferatu is an early high-point for horror films, and indeed for the medium of cinema as a whole. The James Bernard score presented here was devised in 1997, a full 75 years after the film’s original release, but Bernard’s Hammer Horror experiences mean he taps straight into the expressionist fear power of the original screen vampire. Double red vinyl on Silva Screen.
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James Bernard, Philip Martell, Peter Cushing
The Legend Of The 7 Golden Vampires

A lovely bit of old-school horror here. This is the soundtrack to the classic Hammer Horror film The Legend Of The 7 Vampires, but it is an unusual soundtrack album in that it essentially tells the story afresh. That means we get the joy of Peter Cushing’s dramatic narration, backed with the musical accompaniment of James Bernard and Philip Martell.
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James Bernard
Music From Dracula Hammer Films

Truly classic soundtrack work to truly classic horror films: Dracula tales via the Hammer label is about as classic as you can go in this area. James Bernard is a master of the drama and the spook, with discordant strings and frantic pacing aplenty. Vinyl release on Contempo with new artwork and fresh remastering from the original analogue tapes.
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James Bernard / The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Nic Raine
Nosferatu

1922 vampire horror Nosferatu is an utterly essential part of film history: you truly need to see it. Maybe pair it with this release eh? The film is silent, but James Bernard composed this accompanying score all the same. These dramatic excerpts were taken from The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra’s 1997 recording, presented on lovely silver vinyl.
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