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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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Various
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.

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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Hirofumi Murasaki, Morihiko Akiyama and Masayuki Nagao
Shinobi III - Return Of The Ninja Master

This is a cool one! The soundtrack to Shinobi III - Return of the Ninja Master, a Sega game from 1993 in which the player took the role of a deadly ninja, taking on seven deadly bosses through dense forests, deep caverns and deadly dungeons. It was all soundtracked by Hirofumi Murasaki, Masayuki Nagao and Morihiko Akiyama and the 16bit music is incredibly punchy, with some super percussion going on under some intricate melodies. It really is awesome stuff. Remastered on 180g vinyl from the original recordings, the vinyl comes with a foldout poster with some original artwork from the SEGA archives and a traditional OBI strip.   
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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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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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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. 

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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The Acid
The Bomb

You thought this was going to be an acid house record didn’t you? Wrong! It’s actually by a band called The Acid, and it’s pretty damn impressive. The LA group’s score for the A-Bomb documentary The Bomb is wrought from great billows of synth that give it a feeling similar to the soundtrack work of John Carpenter or Oneohtrix Point Never. The group performed at the ceremony for the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize, given to the The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. And what have you done with your life?

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.

Various
The Exorcist (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

What possible words can be used to describe such an important film, with the sound world and score so central to its atmosphere? This iconic pairing is celebrated here with a remastered soundtrack, presented beautifully on smoke vinyl and with bounteous information and gorgeous packaging. Listen in the dark, obviously.
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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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Marc 4
Debito Coniugale

Marc 4 or I Marc 4 were an Italian four piece session group who played an incredible amount of library music and film scores. Here Four Flies have brought the first repress on vinyl since 1970 of the soundtrack to Debito Coniugale composed by Carlo Pes and Peppino De Luca. Comes with original movie artwork and liner notes.
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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.

Toby Fox
Undertale: Japan Edition

Undertale has become one of the most loved video games ever released thanks to creator Toby Fox's ability to capture and subvert so many of the tropes that inspired him. As well as creating the game, he composed the soundtrack, without which Undertale would not be nearly as potent. Also 'Megalovania' shreeeds. This is a special edition of the soundtrack pressed to celebrate the game's release in Japan. 
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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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Sexedelic
Sexedelic

Manfred Hübler and Siegfried Schwab were 2 German composers enlisted to provide soundtracks for 3 Spanish b-movies / sex films in the 1970’s. They took on the task with aplomb: this Sexedelic music is brassy, psychedelic, groovy, and fun: it really could get one in the mood. Original pressings are super rare, but Wah Wah Records Supersonic Sounds have pressed up a new vinyl edition of 1000.

Rick Wakeman
The Phantom Of The Opera

After completing his journey to the centre of the earth, Rick Wakeman decided over 15 years later to give Andrew Lloyd-Webber a run for his money by soundtracking the 1925 silent film version of Phantom of the Opera directed by Lon Chaney. Taking a more baroque turn, this release features harpsichords and organs, giving a much fuller picture of the score than its previous incarnation as 1990's Phantom Power.
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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.

Various
Ingrid Goes West (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Ah yes, Ingrid Goes West. It's a [scrolls down Wikipedia page to critical reception] critically acclaimed movie with favorable reviews. A film about [scrolls back up to start of Wikipedia page] someone moving to LA to hang out with someone they follow on Instagram, it sounds to me an incredibly relatable experience, and is soundtracked by some suitably idealistic dance hits, road trippin' to soul, new wave and more. Can, Islands and Bobby Oroza are three artists that exist on this soundtrack.
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Shooting Guns
Another Wolfcop (Original Soundtrack Recording)

I am in awe of the person who felt that there needed to be two films about a Wolfcop. Also in awe of Shooting Guns who found the creativity to soundtrack them both. Heavy psych is the perfect accompaniment to this absurd horror comedy B-movie about a werewolf policeman facing down an evil business man. 
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Various
Brawl In Cellblock 99 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Coloured (and themed) vinyl klaxon! For the release of S. Craig Zahler's Brawl In Cellblock 99, Invada are releasing the soundtrack on "prison jumpsuit orange" in a sleeve with stunning artwork by John Bergin. Featuring soul bands and scored by Zahler and Jeff Herriott, this is an exciting record filled with some atmospheric gems. 
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Various
Black Panther: The Album – Music from and Inspired By

Probably the cultural event of 2018 that will live longest in the memory, Marvel’s Black Panther really is an outstanding film. A lot of the songs here don’t appear prominently in the movie, but there’s been enough hype around this accompanying LP in its own right. You know the score at this point - Kendrick Lamar plays auteur, bringing together a load of A-listers for this head-scratching, trunk-rattling selection. If nothing else, you need this for Future’s absolutely, masterfully, hilariously ridiculous verse on ‘King’s Dead’.

Charles Wain
The Last Wave (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The Last Wave is a crucial work of Australian New Wave cinema. The soundtrack, produced by a certain Charles Wain, counterpoints the atmosphere of rural Australia and Aboriginal culture with experimental electronic sounds, casting a vivid eerie atmosphere over the picture. The soundtrack has never been released before now! 180g LP on The Roundtable.
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Bronnt Industries Kapital
Turksib

From multi-instrumentalist and general muso whiz Guy Bartell comes this fourth album Turksib by Bronnt Industries Kapital. The soundtrack to the British Film Institute's examination of Soviet propaganda’s influence of British filmmaking titled From Turksib to Nightmail. Coming from the place where man meets machine on the harsh Siberian tundra. Vinyl.
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BBC Radiophonic Workshop
BBC Radiophonic Workshop - 21

The legendary BBC Radiophonic Workshop should need no introduction at all, being the unprecedented space in which the likes of Delia Derbyshire and Daphne Oram were able to conjure electronic magic. This compilation was released in 1979 to celebrate the 21st anniversary of the Workshop’s formation, and contains an array of wonderful TV themes. On Silva Screen.

Mychael Danna and Jeff Danna
Alias Grace (Original Mini Series Soundtrack)

Soundtrack for the adaptation of Margaret Atwood's Alias Grace. Mychael and Jeff Danna have worked on everything from orchestral Celtic music to working on soundtracks for the likes of The Life of Pi, and Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck. Their taut score reflects the rigidity of Victorian Britain. 
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Billy Green
Stone: Finders Keepers 10th Anniversary Edition

Stone: Finders Keepers 10th Anniversary Edition presents the soundtrack to the cult-classic biker movie, a set of psychedelic rock jams drenched in reverb, acid, and atmosphere. This anniversary edition of Billy Green’s masterpiece comes with updated liner notes and a beautiful sleeve that incorporates the original Japanese poster design.
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Tangerine Dream
Miracle Mile

Steve De Jarnatt's Miracle Mile is a niftily contained apocalypse movie in which our societal collapse takes place through one day/night cycle. The score was done by the usually chill Tangerine Dream, who ramped tension up through forty minutes of feverish synth phenomena. It's both a testament to the singular musical territory they were carving in the '80s and an emotive action movie booster.

The Elm Street Group
Freddy's Greatest Hits

This really exists. Freddy’s Greatest Hits by The Elm Street Group mixes covers (Everly Brothers, Wilson Pickett etc), instrumentals and original songs played by respected professional musicians and sung by Robert Englund as Freddie Kruger. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this was largely ignored when it was originally released in 1988, but since then there has been a growing demand with people paying megabucks for second hand copies. It’s the must have novelty album of 2017!
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Aitor Etxebarria
Markak (Soundtrack From The Motion Picture)

Spanish producer Aitor Etxebarria is mainly known for his work under his El_Txef_A moniker, and this soundtrack to Markak is his first foray into film work and first release under his own name. A documentary about the bombing of Guernica in 1937 the score for it reflects the tragedy that occurred with warm and devastating electronics and keys.
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House Of Hayduk
City Of Quartz

Collaboration between Billy Gould of Faith No More, B J Miller of Health, Charles Hayward of This Heat! Dean Hurley who works with David Lynch, and Mads Heldtberg, award winning film score writer. Deconstructed, chaotic and one that must be played loud. Limited edition LP on Waxwork Records with exclusive hi-res download card.

Psychological Strategy Board
Penny Slinger: Out Of The Shadows

Soundtracking an avant garde film about British artist Penny Slinger is a bold move for a debut, but that's what Psychological Strategy Board—Paul Snowden and Maybury—have done. Expect unsettling electronic soundscapes, fuelled by 1960s counter-culture and Slinger's masterfully experimental artwork. 

John Barry
Raise The Titanic - The Complete Film Score

When the film was released in 1980 it was completely panned by audiences and critics alike, it’s redeeming feature was the majestic and incredibly on-point score composed by John Barry. The master tapes were subsequently lost by the studio but long time collaborator Nic Raine re-recorded it to near perfection with the The City of Prague Philharmonic for Silva Screen.
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Wojciech Kilar
Ninth Gate

The horror of Roman Polanski’s film The Ninth Gate is matched by its soundtrack, which gives the kind of doomy drama you’d want from something so tied up with Satanism. Wojciech Kilar is a very cinematic composer, and his chief vocalist, operatic soprano Sumi Jo, leads the whole thing marvellously. First time release on vinyl, limited to 1000 copies on Silva Screen.
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Eric Serra
The Fifth Element

Eric Serra's soundtrack to the 1997 Luc Besson film The Fifth Element is both stunning and baffling in equal measures, in places sounding like Vangelis's Blade Runner score but interspersed with dialog and sound effects from the film itself, it's a heady mixture of pop, classical film score and sci-fi comedy which is surprisingly entertaining.
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Various
Spongebob Squarepants: Original Theme Highlights

We know you’ve been sad lately, and we know why. It’s because Bikini Bottom’s most famous, friendly, absorbent, yellow and porous resident has never once enjoyed the vinyl treatment. It’s time something was done. That’s what Enjoy the Ride were thinking, and they’ve done the honourable thing of bringing the best tunes of the hit queasy nautical cartoon to wax. Are ya ready, kids?
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Pino Donaggio
A Venezia Un Dicembre Rosso Shocking

First faithful reissue of the soundtrack to Nicolas Roeg's clunkily named A Venezia Un Dicembre Rosso Shocking. Though no way near as well known as big man Ennio Morricone (how could he be?), Pino Donaggio deserves to be spoken of alongside him for being able to capture the specific mood of Venice.
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John Williams
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (picture disc)

Think it’s fair to say pretty much everyone was excited in some way about the reviving of Star Wars. Now you can get John Williams’ grand(as ever) soundtrack on double picture disc. Now you can fill every moment in the Star Wars universe, without damaging that precious DVD, or your eyes for that matter
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John Williams
Star Wars - The Last Jedi (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Finally: the soundtrack to the famous movie Porg. My favourite movie of all time, it tells the story of a small birdlike creature called Porg attempting to flutter its wings into every frame of a Star Wars movie. Actually the Last Jedi is the best and dumbest movie I've ever seen and John Williams scored it because that's his job, duh. Spoiler alert - Boba Fett kills all the Porgs! :(
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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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Jeff Russo
Fargo - Original Soundtrack: Season 3

Soundtrack to the third instalment of the Fargo TV series, which takes it roots from the Coen brothers’s film. Composed by Jeff Russo, who is also a member of American rock band Tonic and acoustic band Low Stars. Mirroring the pitch black comedy crime style of the show it shifts from playful, cheeky and desolated.
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Michael Giacchino
The Incredibles (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Almost as good as Disney's Black Panther soundtrack is this one for The Incredibles. Now housed in one of their cash-grabbing picture discs, the score was provided by Grammy and Academy beloved Michael Giacchino, who also made the music for LOST so tense and heart-gouging. Get yourself a copy before Disney buys Norman Records and we achieve capitalist singularity.  
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Various
Baby Driver Volume 2: The Score For A Score

I suppose one of the benefits of making a film so deeply grounded in its soundtrack that you can release something called The Score for a Score. Whatever that means, this records has more music from Edgar Wright's well edited film, as well as remixes and Steven Price's unreleased score. 
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Neil Young + Promise of the Real
Paradox

If you weren’t excited enough about the fact that you can soon Netflix & chill with the ‘Godfather of Grunge’, he’s got a new album out too. Neil Young & The Promise Of The Real have soundtracked Paradox - the aforementioned Netflix film in which Young stars - and the LP features Neil Young doing plenty of Neil Young-type stuff.

Ennio Morricone
My Dear Killer

Ennio Morricone’s score for 1972 film My Dear Killer is put to wax courtesy of Death Waltz. A classic of Giallo - that’s the Italian horror/thriller genre which acts a predecessor to U.S. slasher flicks - My Dear Killer’s appeal is due in part to its highly atmospheric scoring. The music here is quite far removed from the Morricone work you’ll be most familiar with, with the composer utilising a kind of creepy, screwballed lounge-jazz style throughout. Features some vocals from Edda Dell’Orso.
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Howard Shore
The Fellowship Of The Ring - The Complete Recordings

I'm sorry to say that this is my favourite movie of all time. Howard Shore's soundtrack to the first edition in the Rings trilogy captures both the overcast darkness and total tweedom of Tolkein's novels. Since director Peter Jackson loves his extended versions and drawn out releases, why not release an OST this heaving with content?
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Amer (Colona Sonora Originale Del Film)

The 2009 film Amer is made by hardcore fans of Italian horror movie history, so naturally they really went to town on the soundtrack, using sounds by 70’s cult composer legends Stelvio Cipriani and Bruno Nicolai. Oh, and Ennio Morricone himself! Plus some ‘tension loops’ in the wax. 500 copies only, on We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want.

Mike Patton
Crank: High Voltage (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Crank gives a good indication on what to expect from this soundtrack to the Jason Statham action movie. High Voltage an even better indication. Crank: High Voltage is a heavy, thudding mix of electro and metal from Mike Patton, lead singer of Faith No More and Mr. Bungle. First vinyl reissue with exclusive artwork by John Bergin.

Stephen Thrower
Trouser Bar

Stephen Thrower, a member of Coil from Scatology up until 1992 went on to work in groups such as Cyclobe and UnicaZürn. Here we have the soundtracks to short film Trouser Bar (Directed by Kristen Bjorn) and two silent films by Peter De Rome. Having previously written scores for Derek Jarman and Ben Wheatley it comes as no surprise when he switches from thumping disco to noir tinged slow jazz.

John Williams, London Symphony Orchestra
Raiders Of The Lost Ark (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Harrison Ford! Bullwhips! Caves! Action! Relics! Monumental 80s film Raiders of the Lost Ark has seen its equally gargantuan soundtrack reissued in double-vinyl 180g LP format, classic film music fiends! John Williams' famous score was the only one in the series to be played by the London Symphony Orchestra. The LSO also performed the music on the original Star Wars space operas. Featuring "Raiders March,” symbolic of the character of Dr Jones used in all the later films. Original stills and artwork from the film included in the two-pocket gatefold jacket package. 
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Mac Quayle
Mr Robot Vol. 4 (Original Television Series Soundtrack)

American composer Mac Quayle has an extensice credit list for film and TV (including Drive, American Horror Story:Freak Show, Arbitrage, Contagion) as well as working with and remixing huge artists such as Sting, New Order, Donna Summer and Madonna and Beyonce. This is the fourth installment of his compositions for Mr Robot Season 2, a series for which he won an emmy.
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The Ballad Of Shirley Collins

The documentary The Ballad of Shirley Collins traces the long and eventful life of our era’s foremost singer of traditional English folk song. The film captures sessions for her album Lodestar, her first after decades of tragic silence. It also recalls her 1959 song-collecting trip to the US with Alan Lomax, some of the fruits of which are included on this soundtrack. Also here is music from collaborators Michael J York and Ossian Brown, an unearthed home recording of Shirley’s late sister Dolly, and a previously unreleased 1958 BBC session. Available on vinyl, or on CD with a DVD of the film itself.

Basil Poledouris
Conan The Barbarian (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Arnie blockbuster Conan The Barbarian is a classic movie with a classic soundtrack, composed by Basil Poledouris. Now that quality OST is seeing reissue, presented in what appears to be a rather vintage sleeve design! Vinyl and CD editions: and if you get the CD version, you’ll also be treated to some other Poledouris scores, for films such as RoboCop. On Milan.
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Nick Cave & Warren Ellis
Kings (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Kings (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis further cements their place as top-of-the-list score writers. The film itself is set in Los Angeles in 1992 directed by Deniz Gamze Ergüven, with whom Warren Ellis has worked before, and stars Halle Berry. Nick Cave and Warren Ellis perfectly capture the tension of the most emotionally volatile time in the city’s history.
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Buio Mondo
Herederos De La Bestia

What could be a more perfect commission for an outfit who like to play around with the sounds and stylistics of vintage giallo horror soundtracks? Spanish band Buio Mondo were asked to provide an original soundtrack to a documentary film about the crucial Spanish slasher El Dia De La Bestia, and they have produced an in-keeping suite of sound drama. Edition of 666 10”s!
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Christopher Willis
The Death of Stalin (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Chistopher Willis’s lively score for Armando Iannucci’s black comedy The Death of Stalin conveys both the fraught intensity of the film’s plot and the provocatively irreverent style in which it is told. Willis has collaborated with Iannucci’s team before for Veep, as well as working on numerous films.
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Steve Moore
Mayhem (Official Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Mayhem (Official Motion Picture Soundtrack) is by Steve Moore from Pennsylvanian synthwave duo Zombi. Mayhem is Steve Moore’s 5th soundtrack. His ability to lure the listener to the edge of their seat, increasing the fear within, as he builds the tension with his analogue synth sounds has made him one of the most wanted horror soundtrack composers out there.

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