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Jeff Russo
What Remains of Edith Finch

Tonic guitarist and composer of various soundtracks, such as Star Trek: Discovery and Altered Carbon, Jeff Russo also received praise for his work on last year’s acclaimed mystery computer game What Remains of Edith Finch. The game’s music, a peaceful and sober work of soft piano and mournful strings, now gets the marbled vinyl treatment from iam8bit.
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John DuPrez
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Original Motion Picture Score)

The film that kicked off the Turtles franchise, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was the first Turtles film from 1990. The John DuPrez score is action-packed and full of sweeping orchestral sounds alongside crunching '90s synths and some Eastern instrumentation too. A super package from Waxwork records - cowabunga!  
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Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard
Batman Begins: Music From The Motion Picture


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Ennio Morricone
Autopsy (Macchie Solari) (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Another Ennio Morricone treat pulled out of the vaults and onto tasty vinyl for you all to enjoy. The soundtrack to giallo flick Autopsy, which has never previously surfaced on wax before, is Morricone in heavy experimental mode, with lots of wild dissonance and interesting textures, not least from the vocal cords of Edda Dell’Orso. Mr. Morricone never lets you down.
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The Radiophonic Workshop
Possum

Possum is a new British horror film from the mind of Matthew Holness (Garth Marenghi’s Dark Place). It is the first time that The Radiophonic Workshop have scored a film. Their 50 years as pioneering electronic sound-makers, known for the original Dr. Who theme and who have counted Delia Derbyshire among their number, are the perfect fit for Holness’ weird vision. 6 panel digipak CD on Room 13.

Christopher Lennertz
Lost In Space

‘60s classic sci-fi show, Lost In Space has been remade for Netflix. With Season 2 already commissioned it’s time to bang out a vinyl version of the score by Christopher Lennertz whose works also include Agent Carter and Medal Of Honour. Double coloured vinyl LP with inserts on Lakeshore.
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Various
Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1

Awesome Mix Vol.1 is the soundtrack to the 2014 Marvel Comics film Guardians Of The Galaxy. It features a pretty classy mix of mostly lesser-known ‘70s rock, pop and soul. Tracks by bands such as classic power pop act The Raspberries, Jacksons-esque family band The Five Stairsteps and Native American rockers Redbone sit alongside classics by David Bowie, 10cc and Marvin Gaye.
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Dustin O'Halloran
Puzzle (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Four key bits of information: Dustin O’Halloran is a member of Erased Tapes favourites A Winged Victory For The Sullen. This is him doing a film score - specifically a score for Marc Turtletaub’s Puzzle. It’s written for a chamber ensemble. A lot of it sounds like the parts of the About A Boy soundtrack that sound like they weren’t composed by Badly Drawn Boy but actually were. Do with this what you will.
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Abel Korzeniowski
Nocturnal Animals (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The new, highly-acclaimed Tom Ford film has a soundtrack from the same composer who worked with Ford on A Single Man, Abel Korzeniowski. It's certainly a collaboration that works, with Korzeniowski providing some very interesting sound beds for the romantic dramas of Nocturnal Animals to play out over. The original soundtrack is released on lovely lovely lovely vinyl because God loves you.
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Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
Stranger Things: Halloween Sounds From The Upside Down (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)

Stranger Things. You like it. We like it. Everyone likes it. Netflix’s answer to Twin Peaks often throws in a fair dose of spook to up the ante. With Halloween just around the corner the series’ music directors Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein have compiled 14 of their creepiest compositions for Stranger Things: Halloween Sounds From The Upside Down. They may also mean ‘Halloween Sounds’ in the sense that this record owes quite a debt to John Carpenter.
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Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The inimitable Trojan Records turns fifty in 2018. To celebrate the occasion they’ve had a documentary made to tell their tale. You don’t need us to inform you that the accompanying soundtrack LP for Rudeboy: The Story Of Trojan Records is chock-full of classic tunes. Toots And The Maytals’ ‘54-46 Was My Number’ and ‘Pressure Drop’, Desmond Dekker’s ‘Israelites’ and ‘007 (Shanty Town)’, The Harry J All Stars’ ‘Liquidator’ and many more God-tier bangers feature here.

Don Harper
Doctor Who: The Invasion

1968’s The Invasion is one of the many parts of Doctor Who franchise that gets fans all hot and bothered. An eight-part serial directed by Douglas Camfield, some of the show’s original tapes were lost pretty soon after it aired. How, then, do we now have a soundtrack release for it? Well - fortunately composer Don Harper kept a ‘composer’s copy’ that, though different from the final cut, was enough to work from. Augmented by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop’s Brian Hodgson and interspersed with cut music from John Baker, The Invasion is a good cop for Whovians and casual watchers alike.
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James Newton Howard
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Extremely prolific film composer James Newton Howard, responsible for the music in The Dark Knight and Defiance, has been tapped to build on John Williams' Harry Potter soundtracks in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Though no one can escape the shadow of Williams' iconic work, Howard still manages to leave his own mark.
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Alan Howarth
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myres

Unfortunately nothing to do with THE Mike Myers, Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers was the first film in John Carpenter’s Halloween series that saw Alan Howarth composing the music solo. He took to his new-found freedom with gusto, layering every-more campy organs and ghoulish synths over the bones of Carpenter’s ideas. Now the score is reissued with new artwork on Death Waltz.
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Peter Howell and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Doctor Who: The Five Doctors

What an exciting thing, particularly for fans of everything 'Doctor Who': the soundtrack to 90-minute 1983 BBC TV special The Five Doctors, marking 20 years of The Doctor. Peter Davison was joined by Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker and Richard Hurndall. The eerie and highly evocative music was composed by Peter Howell at the Radiophonic Workshop -- originally mixed in mono but included here is a newer, subtle stereo image. A later version mixed in Dolby Surround was requested for the Special Edition, this version is also present and correct. Double LP, presented by Silva Screen in a gatefold sleeve with a nice design by Clayton Hickman.
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Cye Wood & Lisa Gerrard
The Trail Of Genghis Khan

Lisa Gerrard (of Dead Can Dance) and Cye Wood collaborated on this music as an accompaniment to the film The Trail Of Genghis Khan, a film about Mongolia seen through the perspective of an Australian man. Strings and voice build up the backbone of this record, creating sparsely beautiful atmospheres. Vinyl release on the splendidly named Infinite Fog label.
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La La Land (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Original score pieces, and songs performed by the cast including Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. Justin Hurwitz won two oscars for La La Land (best original score and best original song) and had previously written the score for Damien Chazelle’s previous hit, Whiplash. Includes Start a Fire, performed by John Legend. Vinyl on Interscope.
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Takatsugu Muramatsu
Mary and The Witch's Flower (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Soundtrack for Studio Ponoc's debut film Mary and The Witch's Flower, composed by Takatsugu Muramatsu. The music from this film is every part as charming as it's Kiki's Delivery Service meets Harry Potter vibe might suggest. Everything about this, including its Mondo artwork, is an absolute delight.
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John Carpenter
Halloween (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Halloween is the latest Classic American Movie to be wrent from the tomb of history and paraded around the cultural flatland that is the Millennial West. The distinction that sets this latest big-budget remake apart from your King Kongs, your Tomb Raiders and your Jumanjis is that whoever’s helming the new one managed to get the main reason it was good in the first place - John Carpenter - back on board. Carpenter’s also redone the music, which is what we have here. Yes, it may be spooky. But you know what’s really scary? The snake of popular culture devouring its own tail.
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Rick and Morty
The Rick and Morty Soundtrack

Aww geez. Wubba lubba dub dub. Eek barba durkle. And so on. This Rick And Morty tie-in album was only a matter of time, given the popularity of the show and the general high quality of the soundtrack. Whatever format you buy the Rick And Morty Soundtrack on, you’ll be getting twenty-six tracks, eighteen of which are by Ryan Elder and others that range from the Blonde Redhead bit they use as the ‘Evil Morty’ theme to Belly and Mazzy Star, plus exclusive new tunes by clipping. and Chad VanGaalen.
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Daniel Pemberton
One Strange Rock (Original Series Soundtrack)

One Strange Rock is Darren Aronofsky and National Geographic’s documentary about the planet Earth, told with a literally out-of-this-world perspective (e.g. by astronauts). It's a massive, large-scoped project that naturally requires a suitably big soundtrack, and Daniel Pemberton delivers this in spades. Here is his soundtrack work, sequenced into a double album that’s meant to be sat down and properly listened to. On Lakeshore Records.
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Matt Berry
Television Themes

The Voice himself aka Matt Berry comes through with a typically zany collection. Along with his band The Maypoles, Berry has reinterpreted several of his favourite television themes - hence the LP being called ... Television Themes - from days of yore. ‘Blankety Blank’, ‘Doctor Who’, ‘Rainbow’ and more are reimagined in a library-ish style here. Naff as hell, but all the better for it.

Fabio Frizzi
Frizzi 2 Fulci

Composer Fabio Frizzi and director Lucio Fulci have maintained a great collaboration throughout their careers, Frizzi providing memorable soundtracks to most of Fulci’s splatter-horror pictures. Frizzi 2 Fulci captures a rare live performance of this material at London’s Union Chapel in 2013 as a double vinyl gatefold set. On Death Waltz.
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David Bowie, Trevor Jones
Labyrinth

First time repress  and remastering of the soundtrack to Labyrinth on vinyl, 31 years after the initial release of the film on 1986. Written by David Bowie and Trevor Jones (who has done soundtracks for The Dark Crystal, Cliffhanger, and Dark City). Includes Bowie’s opening title track Underground. Includes download.
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Acid Pauli
Selected Indianer Works

Acid Pauli (aka Martin Gretschmann of The Notwist) has soundtracked the new film Es war einmal Indianerland, and this release picks out the best sections of that soundtrack for some separate listening. Its an eclectic set, with Pauli playing to the mood of each scene, but Selected Indianer Works sounds brilliant on a stereo too. LP release on Ouie.
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Mark Isham
Arkangel: Black Mirror

Fire Records are the latest label to enter the Black Mirror soundtrack game. They’ve managed to snag Mark Isham’s score for Season Four episode Arkangel. Isham’s worked on plenty of uncanny pictures in his time - Crash, Point Break, Blade, you get the idea. Given that this is music for Black Mirror we’re willing to wager that Isham might have cranked the weird factor even further than usual here.
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Cristobal Tapia De Veer
Girl With All The Gifts

The Girl With All The Gifts is a notable new zombie film, coming with a soundtrack by Cristobal Tapia de Veer which is presented here on vinyl. Cristobal’s music uses lots of electronic processing of voices, violins etc. to produce a dense and busy soundscape that recalls certain bits of the Radiohead catalogue as much as it does the more traditional zombie soundtrack touchstones. Double LP on Death Waltz.
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Trevor Horn
Reflection

I recently learned that Hans Zimmer was involved with The Buggles and even appears in the video for ‘Video Killed the Radio Star’. But ol’ Zimms isn’t the only Buggle associate to have gone into the seedy world of soundtracks. Star Buggle Trevor Horn himself has had, among many other things, quite the soundtracking career, even working with super Hans on the 1992 film Toys. Here, he lends his expertise to the music for the superhero/villain anime The Reflection.
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James Horner
Back to Titanic

1997 saw the release of low-budget arthouse movie Titanic, which is about a little boat with big dreams. James Horner - he of Jumanji and Braveheart fame - composed the film’s music, but decided to rejig the score a year later for a suite entitled Back To Titanic. The recordings, which feature the London Symphony Orchestra and the Choristers of King’s College, Cambridge, are now getting a little reissue. The vinyl edition marks the first time that Back To Titanic has made it to wax.
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Claudio Simonetti's Goblin
Dawn Of The Dead

Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin is a resurrection of Goblin by founding member Simonetti who composed many soundtracks to cult horror films including Deep Red, Suspiria, and George A. Romero’s Dawn Of The Dead. Here is a 40 year anniversary re-release, with the full score as well as live versions and remixes/covers from Autogeddon, kETvECTOR, and Daemonia. Limited LP or CD on Rustblade.

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Guardians Of The Galaxy - Awesome Mix Vol. 1 (picture disc)

Sound the alarm, awesome picture disc klaxon! Music from delightful comic book nerdfest Guardians Of The Galaxy comes to vinyl, courtesy of Universal, complete with slamming tracks by The Jackson 5, David Bowie, The Runaways and Marvin Gaye. A swinging ‘70s-inspired collectible companion to the movie.
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Olivia Wyatt & Bitchin Bajas
Sailing A Sinking Sea

Olivia Wyatt recently made a documentary film about the Moken people. This is the soundtrack. Rather nicely, this vinyl release contain both the original incidental music by Bitchin’ Bajas and the field recordings and sounds of the sea that Wyatt collected. It also contains a DVD with the Sailing A Sinking Sea film in full! On Drag City.

Max Richter
White Boy Rick (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

So. He's only done it again, hasn't he? Another stellar soundtrack work under the expanding belt of Max von Richie Richter. This time, it's 'White Boy Rick (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)'. The music accompanies a story in the film where the teenage Richard in the title becomes an undercover FBI informant and gets banged up for trafficking drugs. Richter continues a long tradition in serious instrumental, orchestral and electronic music composed for telly and The Pictures. Sounds interesting.

Brocker Way
Wild Wild Country - Original Music From The Netflix Documentary Series

Can’t help but feeling that Wild Wild Country, the popular documentary series to which this is the soundtrack, might be titled with Bill Callahan in mind, especially given that Bill’s occasional percussionist Neal Morgan is involved. Brocker Way has done an excellent job in accompanying and expressing the positions of the show’s interviewees, but you’ll love this music whether you know the original context or not. Out from Western Vinyl.
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Adrian Younge
Black Dynamite (Instrumentals / Original Motion Picture Score)

Director Scott Sanders made 'Black Dynamite' as a parody of the Blaxploitation genre, about a spy on a mission to take revenge on his brother's murderer. The score was composed by Adrian Younge, and was his first ever release. Like Sanders' film, it's inspired by and sends up the music of Blaxploitation cinema, utilising synth, keyboards and organs as well as sax and soft percussion. 'Black Dynamite' shows that Younge has a firm understanding of the tropes that made this genre so prominent. On 'Black Dynamite (Instruments / Original Motion Picture Score)', Younge offers up the instrumentals that comprised the film's score.                
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Isle of Dogs (Original Soundtrack)

How do you match Wes Anderson’s heartwarming perfection and oddness in a soundtrack? Grab Alexandre Desplat (The Shape Of Water, The Grand Budapest Hotel) for the original score, and include songs from classic Japanese films such as Seven Samurai and Drunken Angel. Topped off with tracks from The West Cost Pop Art Experimental Band and The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra. Otherworldy experience guaranteed.
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13 Reasons Why - Season 2 (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)

The press release for this record leads with ‘New music from Gomez’, which isn’t a great start, but things pick up when you realise that they actually mean Selena Gomez. Obviously this is some of the music from the second season of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why. There are new songs from (among others) YUNGBLUD and Lord Huron and, err, OneRepublic. Some golden oldies from New Order, Echo & The Bunnymen, Tears For Fears and other bands of that ilk also make the cut.
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Danny Elfman
Justice League (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

For his soundtrack to all-star DC superhero mashup Justice League, Danny Elfman has taken an appropriate approach: classic themes from those superheroes’ previous classic films have been reworked into the new score. Plus a few covers (e.g. Leonard Cohen by Sigrid) and a White Stripes song. Double LP release from Watertower Music.
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Batman Forever (Music From The Motion Picture)

90’s compilation of the soundtrack to the 90’s Batman film Batman Forever, featuring 90’s music. In fact more than half of this tracklist didn’t actually appear in the film, but it's a pretty strong selection so who’s complaining? Features cuts from PJ Harvey, Nick Cave, U2 and The Flaming Lips. Reissue from the Rhino label.
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Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

This record was made for playin’ and thanks to this reissue, playin’s’ just what it’ll do - anew. Indeed, Nancy Sinatra’s classic tune is here among Abigail Mead’s (that is, Stanley Kubrick’s daughter Vivian Kubrick’s) sparse and intense original compositions. Her pieces accompany all-too-well the film’s vigorous bootcamp, desolate war ruins and poor ol’ Private Pyle’s descent into madness.
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Michael Giacchino
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

You may not know him by name, but chances are you've heard the music of Michael Giacchino. He's one of the current big-hitters in the world of film-scoring, and in the past couple of years he’s composed for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, War For The Planet Of The Apes and The Incredibles II. Furthermore, he's also had a crack at a couple of films from the rebooted Jurassic World series, and this Mondo release presents his music for Fallen Kingdom across two vinyl. It’s fun John Williams-y bombast.
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Alan Howarth
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers

Look, everyone knows that by the time the Halloween franchise got to its fifth instalment The Revenge Of Michael Myers, the whole operation stank. John Carpenter wasn’t involved anymore, and the series had descended into cranking out lowest-common-denominator gore-fests. However, Carpenter’s old pal Alan Howarth was still doing the music, and that means that the soundtrack stands as one of the film’s few redeeming features. Now that score has been released in a nice vinyl package by Death Waltz.
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Jonny Greenwood
You Were Never Really Here (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Mr. Music aka Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood has coughed up another small masterpiece here. This time he’s done it on cue for director Lynne Ramsey in order to score his new film You Were Never Really Here, and he’s also enlisted the help of Oliver Coates and the London Contemporary Orchestra. Anyone who enjoyed Greenwood’s work on There Will Be Blood, Inherent Vice etc will get another kick out of this.
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Led Zeppelin
The Song Remains The Same

The Song Remains The Same. So does the album, try as Led Zeppelin might to tell you otherwise. You can’t change history, of course, but you can keep repackaging it and bulking it out with filler. These expensive-ass editions come with all sorts of extra material - booklets, replica artwork, fancy packaging. The vinyl versions run to four LPs, and one of those sides is given over to a near-30-minute version of ‘Dazed And Confused’. Every day we stray further from God.

Tom Holkenborg AKA Junkie XL
Tomb Raider (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

A little less conversation, please: the Junkie who famously remixed Elvis has done a soundtrack. Not just any old soundtrack, either; Tom Holkenborg AKA Junkie XL has made the soundtrack to the (Original Motion Picture) 'Tomb Raider'. The aforementioned, Grammy-nominated one has been let off the lead to score Lara Croft's adventures afresh, resulting in a new vitality and urgency to the character. This release follows Tom's work on the impressive and top-selling Batman v. Superman film, so this is eagerly anticipated stuff. 
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Alan Silvestri
Avengers: Infinity War

Island sure knows how to picture disc ‘em. Here’s veteran Alan Silvestri’s (Back to the Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Forrest Gump and uncountable others) original soundtrack for 2018’s every-hero-but-Kitchen-Sink-Man Marvel blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War. Appropriately overblown.
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The Man From Mo' Wax

The Man From Mo' Wax is the title of a new documentary film about -- yes, you guessed it -- the Mo' Wax label which was run by head honcho and DJ James Lavelle between 1992 and 2002. During that time the label remained a pioneering presence and its influence has had a long reach on trip-hop and beat-makers to this day. Included on the collection are key tracks from the label's heady heyday as well as music which influenced Lavelle and led him to start the label, all included in the forthcoming film.

Adrian Utley & Will Gregory (Ft. Anne Briggs)
Arcadia (Music From The Motion Picture)

There go Invada again, releasing another film score. Go on, what is it this time? It’s a collaboration between Portishead’s Adrian Utley and Goldfrapp’s Will Gregory you say? And it’s for Paul Wright’s new flick Arcadia? And some of the tracks feature old folkie Anne Briggs? Yeah, fine.
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Bernard Parmegiani
Les Soleils de L’île de Pâques / La Brûlure de Mille Soleils (Original Soundtracks)

Apparently this record is for fans of 'explorations of the galaxy and of unexplored territories of the human mind' . . . how grand.  La Brûlure de Mille Soleils (1965) and Les Soleils de l’Île de Pâques (1972) are two previously unheard soundtracks from the acclaimed French composer Bernard Parmegiani. For fans of Pierre Schaeffer, François Bayle and Robert Cohen-Solal. Available on a gatefold double vinyl LP and digipak CD and released on WRWTFWW Records. 

Tim Krog
The Boogeyman (Original 1980 Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The Boogeyman was, of course, a spooktacular slasher flick from 1980. And no such film from that time would be complete without a flash electronic soundtrack, which was provided here by Tim Krog. One Way Static have pressed up a new 180g black vinyl edition, in a run of 300 hand-numbered copies with obligatory obi strip. Features exact reproduction of the original chilling artwork plus an insert with in-depth liner notes.
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Colin Stetson
Hereditary (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Ari Aster’s Hereditary is the latest horror flick du jour. Plenty of the chat has centred around the film’s soundtrack. The usual adjectives have been applied to Colin Stetson’s score - ‘bone-chilling’, 'blood-curdling', ‘horrifying’ - but it really does warrant such descriptions. The saxophone mastermind balances disquieting ambiences and drones with screes of abrasive noise.
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Yardie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The music from Idris Elba’s directorial debut feature-length Yardie gets a soundtrack release courtesy of Virgin EMI. There are some undeniable Jamaican classics among the track listing here. Yardie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) includes ten-tonne takes from the likes of Yellow Man and Dennis Brown. It also includes a special cover by Skip Marley of his old man’s tune ‘Johnny Was’.

Volker Bertelmann (Hauschka)
Adrift (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Something a bit less playful than usual from Volker Bertelmann, who is better known as Hauschka. For Adrift, a film in which two sailors must survive the aftermath of a storm, Bertelmann has produced a patient and emotive soundtrack, one that tracks the desperation and hope necessary to make it through such a bleak situation.
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Rick Wakeman
The Burning (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Prog-king and Yes-member Rick Wakeman provided the soundtrack to 1981’s The Burning, a film in the proper slasher-horror tradition. Total cheesy-spooky synthesiser epiphanies from Rick here, the perfect accompaniment to the fun murdering of summer camp children. LP released in a gatefold sleeve by One Way Static,
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Bob’s Burgers
The Bob’s Burgers Music Album

The soundtrack to top cartoon Bob’s Burgers, presented in full (that’s 112 short songs by the way)! And what’s more, The Bob’s Burgers Music Album also features the ‘Bob’s Buskers’ series, which finds artists like St. Vincent, Stephin Merritt and The National covering some of those songs. 2CD and 3LP editions, plus a super-elaborate limited edition box-set version that also features sheet music, posters, stickers, a book… On Sup Pop.
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Napoleon Dynamite (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

A vinyl edition of Napoleon Dynamite’s soundtrack is available outside of the United States for the first time. It’s a relatively comprehensive release - anyone looking for, say, ‘We’re Going To Be Friends’ by The White Stripes will be left disappointed (we presume that’s due to licensing issues), but there’s still over forty audio clips here that range from snippets of movie dialogue to Bow Wow Wow’s ‘I Want Candy’. Issued on ‘electric liger blue’ vinyl courtesy of Lakeshore.
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David Housden
Thomas Was Alone: Official Soundtrack

Here we have a game soundtrack... We all love our game soundtracks, don't we?  The train of thought for David Housden when composing 'Thomas Was Alone', went something along the lines of: quiet, tense atmospheres (sparse piano fragments), dramatic builds (dense string sections) and spooky-otherworldy oddness (haunting, eerie synths). Both game and sounds have garnered widespread applause -- with BAFTA nominations for story *and* music! Now remastered for vinyl, in limited 180g red or 'classic' black LP editions. Also, includes new tracks for the release on PS4. Which'll make sense to the gamers, I'm sure. Release through Black Screen Records.
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Eric Demarsan
Le Cercle Rouge (Original Soundtrack)

We Release Jazz release - who’d have thought? - some jazz. Well, library jazz at least. This LP showcases old-timey French composer Eric Demarsan’s score for 1970 noir flick Le Cercle Rouge. All the usual tropes are present and correct - vibraphone, massed brass, flutes etc. - and Demarsan’s flavours the music with elements of lounge jazz, big band and hard-boiled detectivism. Stands up well when yanked away from the screen.

Michael Abels
Get Out

Now that you’ve enjoyed Jordan Peele’s most original horror movie Get Out, you can submerge yourself in Michael Abels' soundtrack. It is pressed on ‘garden party’ green marbled vinyl with new artwork by American illustrator Leslie Herman. An insert with liner notes by director and writer Jordan Peele details how the pair approached matching the film and soundtrack. 180g 2LP on Waxwork.
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Jeff Herriott & S. Craig Zahler
Bone Tomahawk - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Invada records do a predictably stunning job pressing the soundtrack to S. Craig Zahler’s brutal and atmospheric horror-western Bone Tomahawk. The score from the director and Jeff Herriott is influenced by Ennio Morricone’s work on giallo and western films, but it also draws from ambient and minimalist music. These desolate strings and bleak motifs will keep you up at night.
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Todd Baker
Monument Valley II

Iam8bit have been pushing the envelope for gaming and game soundtracks for a while now. Here they collaborate with ustwo games to get the music from the very successful Monument Valley II to vinyl. The score is as vibrant and charming as the game itself - Todd Baker, who has also made music for the Littlebigplanet series, comes up with more than two-dozen nuggets of indietronica-flavoured goodness. Comes in a lovely vinyl package too.
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Jonny Greenwood
Bodysong

As well as being in enormous miseries Radiohead,  Jonny Greenwood (as well also as having the floppiest hair on the planet) has his own soundtrack biz. This is his debut soundtrack from 2003 and in it he fuses experimental music, jazz, electronic and classical music. It has now been re-issued in a gatefold style LP. 
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Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Dudley Moore Trio
Bedazzled – The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

First ever legal re-press of legendary soundtrack from Pete and Dud which is a mixture of pop, jazz, psych and daft stuff. The soundtrack has been a collectors item for some time and suffered from dodgy early '90s bootlegs. this is the real deal and includes alternate versions and an improvised bonus segment by Pete and Dud themselves.   
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Gustavo Santaolalla
The Motorcycle Diaries (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Che Guevara biopic The Motorcycle Diaries enjoyed huge success when it was released in 2004. This extended to its soundtrack - the score by decorated Argentinian composer Gustavo Santaolalla won a BAFTA, and Jorge Drexler’s closing number ‘Al otro lado del rio’ took home an Academy Award. Santaolalla’s music is an evocative mix of native Latin American styles, modern Hollywood sound art and open-road blues guitar, and Drexler turns in a poignant folk-rock number.

David Holmes
Mosaic (Music From The HBO Limited Series)

Mosaic is the latest powerhouse TV series from HBO, directed by big-screen big-dog Steven Soderbergh. Of course, such a production needs a suitable soundtrack, and David Holmes has done the honours here with a set of alternately smooth, eerie, tense and avant moods. This CD and vinyl release is out in the world courtesy of Touch Sensitive.
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Liars
1/1 (Original Soundtrack)

After Mess, you might have thought you’d never hear from the Angus Andrew / Aaron Hemphill line-up of Liars ever again, but get this: they also created some soundtrack work for Jeremy Phillips’ film 1/1 before they parted ways, and now we can hear it. Their material is so extremely powerful that Phillips even recut parts of the film around it! Out from Mute.
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Mike Patton
1922 (Original Music From The Netflix Film)

Faith No More/Tomahawk/Fantomas/Peeping Tom frontman Mike Patton has composed the score to the Netflix film 1922. The film is based on a Stephen King novella. The score is mainly orchestral with foreboding strings, however, you can expect the odd cacophonous burst, typical of Mike Patton. Coloured vinyl LP and CD on Ipecac.

Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow
Annihilation (Music From The Motion Picture)

Following their scores for Ex Machina, Black Mirror and Free Fire, Geoff “Portishead ‘n’ Beak>” Barrow and Ben Salisbury take on extraterrestrial unease with last year’s Annihilation. With the disturbing premise of an inscrutable alien landing zone o’ confusion, the pair concoct uneasy, thick and dynamic synth atmospheres for the film.
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Carmine Capobianco
Psychos In Love (Original Soundtrack)

At last, this 1986 no-budget slasher/romantic comedy theme song makes it onto wax for the cult fans. A deliberately shoddy song by Carmine Capobianco set to deliberately atrocious lyrics by director Gorman Bechard, this one indulges unashamedly in precisely the kind of silliness needed to go with such a film. as well as making Bechard’s opinion of grapes very clear indeed.
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Robert Cohen-Solal
Les Shadoks

Les Shadoks was an animated French TV show that ran from 1968 till 1974, and its one that has built up a bit of a cult reputation over time. The soundtrack to this scintillating show was put together by Robert Cohen-Solal, a GRM-certified electro-acoustic composer with a playful touch. Whether you are a fan of the show or not, you really ought to hear this fabulously eclectic music. On WRWTFWW Records.

Hybrid
Drive Club (Original PlayStation Soundtrack)

When I was younger our computer games didn’t have such incredible soundtracks as this, the lineup alone is one most labels would be envious of. Remix duties taken on by masters of most electronic genres, including Machinedrum, The Qemists, DJ Shadow, Noisia, Photek, Clark, and Black Sun Empire. Christ on a (computerised) bike.

Sun Araw
Guarda In Alto (The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Sun Araw, king of the deep-space psych-dub herbal drone, turns his lysergic attentions to the film Guarda In Alto, a parallel-universe fantasia directed by Fulvio Risuleo. Here we get large dose of avant-house and computer music as well as our usually scheduled Araw programming, with great success. Guarda In Alto stretches luxuriantly across three sides of vinyl (with an etching on the fourth), or a CD.

Kreng
Lowlife (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Sound artist and composer Kreng gets a physical release for his score for the grizzled crime-comedy flick LOWLIFE. As with a lot of Invada’s other releases, the music here tends towards the more bombastic end of the film-scoring world. What makes Kreng stand out is his ability to mix tense orchestration ala Bernard Herrmann, visceral treatments straight from the school of Trent Reznor and rich sound design without it ever sounding gimmicky.
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Michael Giacchino
Speed Racer (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

2008’s Speed Racer is a post-Matrix epic from the Wachowskis, adapted from a manga. Seasoned soundtracker Micheal Giacchino provided the musical accompaniment, and this is what we have here on this double LP from Mondo, as well as new liner notes and some flash new artwork. High energy sounds, incorporating and building upon themes from the original series.
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Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
Il Grande Racket

A ferocious work of Italian soundtrack music by the duo of Guido and Maurizio De Angelis. Il Grande Racket is just that, a progged-up psych-funk suite that’s drenched in fuzz-box distortion, featuring raw and frantic grooves, wild flute action, and gnarly guitars. Il Grande Racket has been remastered from the original tapes and reissued by Four Flies
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Roberto Nicolosi
L'occhio nel labirinto (Eye in the Labyrinth)

Roberto Nicolosi’s soundtrack to the 1972 giallo flick L’occhio nel labirinto, recorded with an ensemble of some of the finest Italian players and whipping up an amazing jazz-funk brew. And check this out: this gem of a soundtrack never even got a proper official release until now, so this is your first ever chance to grip these sweet sounds without being a hardcore collector! Edition of 500 LPs, with poster, on Four Flies.
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Trevor Morris
Castlevania

A deluxe presentation of the soundtrack to Netflix TV adaptation of the classic video game Castlevania. Trevor Morris handled the soundtracking duties here, craftily turning beloved old 8-bit themes into broader compositions. The packaging of this double LP is rather lush, containing artwork drawn from throughout the series’ history. On Lakeshore Records.
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Alessandro Alessandroni
Sangue di Sbirro

Italian library music hero Alessandro Alessandroni was also active as a soundtrack composer for obscure movies: here is one he put together for Sangue di Sbirro, a funky noir with an air of blaxploitation. Alessandroni makes full use of the context, with plenty of soul funk and disco worked into the compositions. Never previously released on vinyl!
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Riz Ortolani
Confessione Di Un Commissario Di Polizia Al Procuratore Della Repubblica

A rare and gorgeous obscurity from the never-ending depths of the 1970’s Italian film soundtrack world. This one is from a 1971 crime caper named Confessione Di Un Commissario Di Polizia Al Procuratore Della Repubblica, and Riz Ortolani does an excellent job conjuring up funky action sounds and brassy tension. Really lovely stuff, made available on 180g vinyl by Four Flies.
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Albert Elms and Ron Grainer
Man in a Suitcase: Box Set

Following on from the tradition of Film and TV themes that were perfected over the pond in the Hollywood studios by the likes of Henry Mancini, the theme to 60s UK P.I. caper, Man In A Suitcase scored by Albert Elms and Ron Grainer is one of the best examples of "crime jazz". This box set comprises more than 300 pieces of music that were written especially for the show. Man In A Suitcase: Box Set is available as a 5CD box set.
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Wojciech Golczewski
Beyond The Gates

Wojciech Golczewski has scored several cult horror flicks at this point. The Polish composer now adds the post-Stranger Things B-movie Beyond The Gates to a roster that includes Tonight She Comes and Dark Souls (the movie, not the game). Death Waltz Recording Co. - who film score buffs will be familiar with as a label that has put tonnes of screen music on wax - press Golczewski’s retro, John Carpenter-esque score to pink vinyl.
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Alex Somers & Sigur Rós
Black Mirror: Hang The DJ (Music From The Netflix Original Series)

Composer & producer Alex Somers rejoined Jónsi & pals of Sigur Rós to soundtrack the fourth season of Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror series. The results are collected here, including a couple of outright songs. Typically brittle, unhurried Rós soundscapes, swelling with deep emotive evocation and atmosphere, prevail throughout.
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Rob
Campfire Creepers

ROB provides the soundtrack to Alexandre Aja’s new virtual-reality venture Campfire Creepers. The project sees the Piranha/The Hills Have Eyes director bring some eerie campfire tales to life for Oculus Rift and some Samsung VR gear, and the immersive element is definitely enhanced by ROB’s spooky score. Think Danny Elfman’s early work for Tim Burton crossed with John Carpenter.
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Rob
Revenge

ROB’s score for the Coralie Fargeat-directed flick Revenge gets a double-vinyl release via Death Waltz (John Carpenter, New Goblin). It’s classic fare from the seasoned soundtracker here. ROB brings together influences from synthwave, darkwave and the themes of the aforementioned Carpenter for a collection of brooding techno vignettes.
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Henry Jackman
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy

iam8bit are back with another video game soundtrack. This time it comes courtesy of Kong: Skull Island/Captain Phillips/Kick Ass composer Henry Jackman. His score for Naughty Dog’s Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a typically swashbuckling take, lavishly orchestrated and full of melody. Jackman’s mastery of stürm und drang means the music really holds up when unshackled from the game.
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Humans
Dead Shack (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Horror movie fans will be pleased to see that the soundtrack for Shudder film Dead Shack is getting its own vinyl release. The music was penned by Canadian electro-pop duo HUMANS and captures the zeitgeist for spooky sounds. That means that there’s a pinch of Stranger Things, a dash of Drive and more than a little Vangelis to their score. Released on pink vinyl by Lakeshore.
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James Horner
Avatar (Music From The Motion Picture)

Composer James Horner has the created the soundtracks to many iconic films, including Braveheart, Apocalypto, Aliens and Titanic. Returning to work with James Cameron for his epic-in-so-many-ways-record-breaking-sales-hit Avatar. Available on vinyl for the first time, packaged with 6-page insert, on Music On Vinyl.
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Tyler Bates
Watchmen (Original Motion Picture Score)

The score for the late-2000s box office smash Watchmen gets a vinyl release via Rhino. It came from the workhouse of Guardians Of The Galaxy/John Wick/Deadpool II composer and Marilyn Manson guitarist Tyler Bates, and it’s a nice piece of post-Matrix franchise blockbuster noir. There’s also a light Oldboy flavour to some of the instrumentals. Doesn’t include the My Chemical Romance tie-in tune, which is either a blessing or a curse depending on which angle you're looking at it from.
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Keegan DeWitt
Gemini (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

A noirish, highly-stylised film set in Hollywood here provides the perfect starting point for new music from Keegan DeWitt, who has crafted a suite of synthed-up noir-jazz trip-hop, really allowing Gemini to shine. This Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is available through a collaborative release by Neon and Mondo, on luscious heavyweight vinyl.
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Bernard Herrmann
North by Northwest (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

It may not be the most well-known of Bernard Herrmann’s scores (hello Psycho), but the score for Hitchcock’s North by Northwest perfectly captures the composer’s ability to blend melodic and atonal elements, creating tense, engaging and avant garde pieces for large orchestra. Now it’s been beautifully repressed on double vinyl LP from Silva Screen.
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Dave Grusin
3 Days Of The Condor (Original Soundtrack Recording)

Sydney Pollack’s 1975 thriller Three Days Of The Condor, a tale of murder, espionage and intrigue, comes with a very fine soundtrack by Dave Grusin, a jazz pianist. As well as plenty of jazz flavours, the soundtrack suite dabbles in exactly the kind of soul and funk you want in a spy film. Now available on vinyl again for the first time since 1975!
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Hans Zimmer / Jacob Shea / David Fleming
Blue Planet II


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James Horner
Titanic (Music From The Motion Picture)

It's Leo Season, baby! Automatically a good movie because it has De Caprio in it, Titanic is otherwise everything you'd expect a James Cameron movie to be: laborious, self-indulgent and remarkably watchable. As the ship sinks on Kate Winslet and her heart, score-for-hire musician James Horner does his symphonic magic. 
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OME
Turkey On The Edge (Original Documentary Film Soundtrack)

Whether or not you’ve seen the documentary film Turkey On The Edge, you’ll want to hear the soundtrack, which was assembled by OME, the leader of Turkish band BaBa ZuLa. This piece of music is all about the saz, with the instrument displayed acoustically as well as through an array of filters and effects that create a whole soundscape. Vinyl release from the Milan label.
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Nino Rota / Federico Fellini
Toby Dammit - Original Film Soundtrack

Federico Fellini’s 60’s experimental flick Toby Dammit is a great film by a legendary director, and the soundtrack ain’t bad either. The highly respected Nino Rota does an excellent, dramatic job arranging the score, and there is also a significant appearance from a Ray Charles song. LP on Bella Casa.
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Ryuichi Sakamoto
Ikari (Rage) (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Ryuichi Sakamoto is often unfairly lumped in with ‘composers’ like Luke Howard, Olafur Arnalds and Ludovici Einaudi. He manages to distinguish himself from those charlatans by not being absolutely dreadful. His considered brand of post-minimalist music-making has always seemed well-suited to the big screen, and his score for 2016 Korean flick Ikari (Rage) plays to his strengths. Strings, pianos, lots of reverb, that sort of thing.
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Suzanne Ciani
Help, Help, The Globolinks!

Oooh! Never-before-released music from Suzanne Ciani, written in 1980 for Gian Carlo Menotti’s children’s opera Help, Help, The Globolinks!. Ciani works her synthesiser into bold shapes that manage to push exciting musical boundaries while still keeping things suitable for the kids. First commercial release, on Finders Keepers.