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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.

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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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Don Harper
Cold Worlds (Gate)

A previously unreleased Doctor Who score mastered from the original tapes. Includes additional electronic tracks from Don Harper's catalogue and music featured in George Romero's Dawn of the Dead. A collection of Horror-Electronics, supernatural soundscapes and sinister library muzak from Australian composer Don Harper. Centring on a previously unreleased score for the 1968 Doctor Who series The Invasion (a dark otherworldly sci-fi jazz suite) Cold Worlds is also a focus on the electronic music of this largely unsung composer. Like many Australian film composers (Ron Grainer, Dudley Simpson, Don Banks) Don Harper based himself in the UK during the 1960s and subsequently found employment at the BBC and other British film and library companies.

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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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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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Hans Zimmer, Jacob Shea & Jasha Klebe
Planet Earth II

Anyone who has been watching the BBC’s ever-majestic high definition wildlife documentary Planet Earth II cannot have failed to have noticed the powerful score by, you guessed it, Hans Zimmer (working with assistant composers Jasha Klebe and Jacob Shea). Now you can enjoy those themes on your record player, available as both a double LP and a luscious 2LP + 3CD set with a photobook and exclusive bonus material. From Silva Screen.
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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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Deadpool 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

You know that bit in The Simpsons where Nelson laughs at the tall man in the small car, and then the man pulls Nelson’s trousers down and makes him march down the street while shouting to the crowd ‘hey look, it’s that boy who laughs at everyone! Let’s laugh at him!’? Well, that same phrase comes into my head any time I come across anything to do with Marvel’s ‘comedy superhero’ Deadpool. The fact that I haven’t seen either of the Deadpool movies either says something about me or him, but I’m not sure what that is yet. Anyway, here’s a recording of the score, which was penned by John Wick composer and Marilyn Manson guitarist Tyler Bates.
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Tangerine Dream
Miracle Mile (Original Soundtrack)

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.
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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.
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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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Angelo Badalamenti
Twin Peaks – Fire Walk With Me

Can’t go wrong with this deeply classic soundtrack work from Angelo Badalamenti can you? David Lynch’s Twin Peaks spin-off film Fire Walk With Me features variations on the series’ key themes, plus new music and appearances from Julee Cruise and Thought Gang, which is Badalamenti’s musical project with Lynch. Vinyl reissue from Warner Bros.
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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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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 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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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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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.

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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Jessica Curry
Dear Esther (Original Game Soundtrack)

This is the first ever pressing of Jessica Curry's soundtrack to genre defining video game Dear Esther released to coincide with it's 5th anniversary. Dear Esther is an award winning first person exploration game with a stunning specially commissioned soundtrack by Curry.   The vinyl comes with a free Steam key that enables the you to download the game for free. 

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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Lost Highway

Soundtrack to David Lynch’s 1997 outer-body nightmare Lost Highway. Produced and compiled by Trent Reznor, features tracks from David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, The Smashing Pumpkins, and original material from long time Lynch score collaborator Angelo Badalamenti. I’m in your house right now.
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Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, Gustavo Santaolalla, Mogwai
Before The Flood (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

If you’re gonna make a film about climate change, and need the soundtrack to resonate just as much with the message, how about grabbing Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross of Nine Inch Nails, Mogwai, and film composer Gustavo Santaolalla. Stirring and captivating, and huge for fans of either bands. Triple heavyweight LP pack on Invada.
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Drive (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

If you've seen the movie Drive then you'll know that the soundtrack is something pretty special. It was mostly produced by Cliff Martinez who has had a storied history as drummer for hire in the likes of Captain Beefheart and Red Hot Chilli Peppers. This however is a gorgeous synthetic affair which also features tracks by the likes of Chromatics and Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx. Brought to vinyl and taep by Invada. 
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Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury
Ex Machina (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Geoff Barrow’s Invada has really fallen wholeheartedly into the soundtrack business over the last few years, releasing the interesting sounds of a number of fairly big films. Here we have Barrow and Ben Salisbury following up on their popular Drokk with Ex Machina, a dark and dread-y collection. 2 CDs or 2 LPs.
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Jack Black
The Polka King (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

It's Jack Black! You remember Jack Black!? From such hits as School Of Rock and King Kong? Amongst many others... Well, here's Jack Black! With a new film and a new soundtrack to that new film! Wherein Jack brings his singular talents (which include music, singing and acting by the way) to the world of Polka! For the sounds to the film called 'The Polka King'. Expect lots of jaunty polka songs, sung by Jack. This is Fun Times all right.
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Jon Brion
Lady Bird

This is the first time this soundtrack has come on the music market as a full release. A collection of rather mellow and easy-listening music, Jon Brion's Lady Bird is available on three different formats: CD, LP and a limited edition white vinyl LP. This original motion picture soundtrack has been released by Fire Soundtracks. 
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Takeshi Furukawa
Last Guardian

Last Guardian is a game you can play on a PlayStation, and now here’s the emotionally-charged soundtrack by composer Takeshi Furukawa. Hijinks and unlikely friendship -- between boy and fabled beast -- characterise the storyline with this richly dynamic orchestral score highlighting the tale. Beautiful, mystical cover art by Nimit Malavia. Black-and-white marbled vinyl 2x LP on iam8bit, housed in triple gatefold sleeve.
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Mica Levi
Delete Beach

Delete Beach is a short anime film that features an exclusive original soundtrack by Mica Levi, the polymath equally at home singing punky songs, DJing grime, or scoring pieces for London Sinfonietta. Synths and strings and jagged beats are Levi’s palette of choice here, creating an atmosphere that stands up on wax as well as with the visuals. Double 10”.
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Francesco De Masi
Fuga Dal Bronx

The Death Waltz continues with this latest pressing, a reissue of the music from Enzo G. Castellari’s cult classic Fuga Dal Bronx (‘Escape From The Bronx’). The composer in question is Francesco De Masi, and the music he came up with for the film is B-movie bombast par excellence. Vampy organs, grooves from the Shaft cutting-room-floor, hot guitar licks, you know the sort.
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Trevor Morris
Marvel's Iron Fist - Original Soundtrack

The cinephiles at Mondo are back with yet another record of top-draw soundtrack music here. With Marvel’s second season of its Iron Fist series set to drop on Netflix in 2018, what better way to tide yourself over than with Trevor Morris’s score for the first series. Contains a feature from Anderson. Paak.
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Tindersticks
Les Salauds

Soundtrack to the French film Les Salauds or bastards in the Queen’s English, if she were to use such language, from Tindersticks. Dark and brooding electronic score, a departure for the band working on their seventh film with director Claire Denis.On the band’s own Lucky Dog label on vinyl and CD.
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Jonny Greenwood
Inherent Vice - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

There’s more to Jonny Greenwood than meets the fringe-draped eye. As well as a guitar extraordinaire, he is also a fantastic composer, working with Paul Thomas Anderson as he has in the past on the Inherant Vice Soundtrack - the grimy looking film featuring Joaquin Phoenix and, weirdly, Joanna Newsom. Double vinyl.
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Joseph Trapanese, Aria Prayogi and Fajar Yuskemal
The Raid 2 : Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

It's the sequel to The Raid, everybody! More martial arts madness from Gareth Evans, with some crime nonsense thrown in and a lot of death being avenged. This here is the soundtrack, a seventy minute score composed by soundtrack artist Joseph Trapanese as well as collaborators Fajar Yskemal and Aria Prayogi. The result of pooling their resources is the best of a classical and electronic approach -- synthesis is key, my friends.
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Max Richter
Hostiles (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

You sure can count on Max Richter to deliver works of sweeping cinematic power, and so it's no surprise that he has increasingly been composing music for actual cinema. Hostiles, a film set in the violent Wild West of the late 1800’s, gets a big dramatic blockbuster score that alternates between lush orchestrals and tense percussives.

Richard Band
From Beyond (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The 1986 film adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s chilling tale From Beyond contains a suitably tense soundtrack by Richard Band, scored for both classical instruments and synthesizers. The suite has been both remastered and expanded, and is pressed to ‘Pink Slime’ vinyl. Presented within a newly-designed sleeve and alongside new liner notes. On Waxwork.
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Matthew Herbert
A Fantastic Woman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Matthew Herbert appears to have veered away from his super-conceptual production methods for once: his soundtrack for A Fantastic Woman, a powerful Chilean film about trans identity, is simply music, combining rich and colourful synthpop with classical stylings. Herbert’s OST is released by the Milan label.

Jonny Greenwood
Phantom Thread (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Here we are again with the dream team combo of super-director Paul Thomas Anderson and soundtracker Jonny Greenwood, who has proven to be an extremely capable avant-leaning orchestral composer over his previous three Anderson soundtracks. Phantom Thread is remarkably lush and rich, as befits the film’s glamourous period setting. Released by Nonesuch.
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Patrick Cowley
School Daze

A unique compilation of works from the late electronic pioneer Patrick Cowley. School Daze features over eighty minutes of music from two gay porn films 'Muscle Up' and 'School Daze'. From Moroder-esque synths to musique concrete it’s a remarkable testament to his compositional skill and wide-ranging ambitions. Out on CD and vinyl double LP from Dark Entries.

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The Bad Batch

Death Waltz team up with Lakeshore to present the soundtrack to the second film from Ana Lily Amirpour (A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night), The Bad Batch. Featuring an incredible array of tracks from all corners of the musical world, including tracks from Darkside, Ace Of Base, Path Du Prince, Federale, and Culture Club.
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Yasuaki Shimizu
Music For Commercials

From 1987, Yasuaki Shimizu's Music For Commercials is still a very popular title in the 'Made to Measure' series. Composer-saxophonist Shimizu -- known for his soundtrack work and collaborations with Ryuichi Sakamoto, Van Dyke Parks, Bjork etc -- made an unusual album of short bits for Japanese TV ads (Seiko, Sharp, Honda). 23 tracks, each around 2 minutes long. Sounds are collaged, machines whirr. Artists such as OPN are well into it. CD / remastered vinyl with colour inner sleeve and free download. On Crammed Discs.
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Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
Stranger Things: Season 1 - Volume 2

1980’s horror series Stranger Things has been extremely well received for its careful reconstruction of 1980’s film tropes, and the soundtrack is no exception. Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein have done a sterling job of absorbing all that John Carpenter and Vangelis, and have produced an addictive suite of motifs in the vintage style. Out on Invada.

Pino Donaggio
Don’t Look Now

Classic film, classic soundtrack: Nicolas Roeg’s 1973 classic Don’t Look Now was accompanied by the cinematic debut of composer Pino Donaggio, who hails from Venice itself. The winding waterways, the mourning of the dead, the glimmer of terrifying hope… It's all here in Pino’s score. Released with new artwork on Silva Screen.
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Ramin Djawadi
The Mountain Between Us

Having previously written music for Iron Man and Game of Thrones, composer Ramin Djawadi gets another crack at the big screen with his score for the Kate Winslet/Idris Elba vehicle The Mountain Between Us. The music here features some classic scoring from the John Williams/Hans Zimmer school played off the sparser, icier stylings of the likes of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.
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Gus Russo & Clutch Resier
Brain Damage (Original Soundtrack)

Fans of obscure horror films and their soundtracks rejoice! Gus Russo and Clutch Resier’s soundtrack to 1988’s Brain Damage is being released here for the first time ever, in any format! And with audio remastered from the original master tapes too. Brain Damage is pressed to various colours of vinyl, which have been allotted randomly. From Terror Vision.
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Metavari
Symmetri

There are plenty of tracks on this one to keep you going for a good amount of time, if you can even still register time as we know it after listening to the full record. The sophomore release from Metavari is called 'Symmetri' and is available on vinyl LP - includes a download code - but is limited to 500 copies and is released on One Way Static. 
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Howard Shore
Dead Ringers

Howard Shore is a man of many movie soundtracks: this is what he did to accompany David Cronenberg’s Dead Ringers. As with anything Cronenberg, there is an underlying strangeness to this score: it sounds lush and beautiful, but has a really sinister undertow nagging at the listener’s ears throughout. 180g vinyl with original artwork on the sleeve.
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Nick Cave & Warren Ellis
Loin Des Hommes (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

On CD or Gatefold Vinyl from Goliath Entertainment. Nick Cave and Warren Ellis (Bad Seeds, Dirty Three, Grinderman) have quite the track record for serene desolate soundtracks. With eight already under the belt previous epics include The Road and The Assassination of Jesse James. The Loin Des Hommes OST stands closer to their work on The Proposition. Bare and emotive strings section with electronic elements.
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The Lure (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The Lure is a bit of a strange one, a Polish contemporary vampiric horror flick that also explores the uncertainty of childhood and social strain. A rather unlikely film to enjoy a soundtrack release, were it not for the fact that the film is set around a sort of underground cabaret night, and also exists as a musical. Of course.
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Ross Blake
Pretty en Rose – Original Soundtrack

Pretty en Rose is Angelique Bosio’s film about the life of Fifi Chachnil, a key part of the Parisian fashion scene. Naturally such a film needs to have a stylish soundtrack, and Ross Blake has delivered the goods with this suite, which playfully dabbles in various styles of exotica, hauntology and kitschy melody. Out on Horse Arm Records.
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The Lobster (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Have you seen ‘The Lobster’? It’s pretty weird but pretty great. Like imagine going on First Dates but you get turned into an animal if you don’t immediately fall in love. Anyway, this is the soundtrack to that film, featuring tense orchestral pieces from Stravinsky to Beethoven to Shostakovich. The brilliant Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds/Kylie Minogue collab from way back when also appears, which is a good enough excuse to shell out. Available on CD, black vinyl, or a limited run of transparent vinyl via Fire Soundtracks / Lakeshore Records.
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Crazy Heart (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Crazy Heart was the 2010 smash-hit Jeff Bridges film about a washed-up country singer, and of course such a movie comes with a high-grade soundtrack to match. This reissue of the soundtrack, marking the first occasion it has been made available on vinyl, features both country classics and Jeff Bridges’ own recordings of songs, some also featuring Colin Farrell. Double LP on New West.

Lallo Gori
Werewolf Woman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Werewolf Woman is the uniquely Italian 1976 horror exploitation film whose equally bizarre Stranger-Things-but-a-bit-jazzier soundtrack comes courtesy of Coriolano “Lallo” Gori. This is first vinyl copy of the soundtrack from who else but Death Waltz. It’s limited to 200 copies, comes in a beautifully designed gatefold jacket (of course), and is pressed on green vinyl.
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SQÜRL
Paterson: Original Film Score

Paterson is a film by Jim Jarmusch, and get this: the soundtrack is by him as well. Sqürl is Jim along with Carter Logan, and their previous work has leaned hard into psychedelic rock territory. Here though they take a slightly different approach in order to best serve the film, using analogue synthesisers and glass harmonicas to create a spacier atmosphere. Released by Third Man.
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Jesper Kyd
Robinson: The Journey

A computer game composer heavyweight, Jesper Kyd’s legacy traces through Hitman, Assassin’s Creed, Darksiders, Unreal Tournament and many more. This recent commission took him into VR territory for the sci-fi adventure Robinson: The Journey. Perhaps appropriate to the dynamic immersion of VR experiences, Kyd’s soundtrack is relatively sparse and unobtrusive, creating a faintly tense, cinematic, dark ambient atmosphere.
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Piero Piccioni
Puppet On A Chain

Here’s a particularly great soundtrack from talented Italian film composer Piero Piccioni, written to score a high drama thriller adapted from an Alistair Maclean novel. Puppet On A Chain, which is driven by brassy horn sections and fabulous Hammond organ, is a wonderfully decadent and funky listening experience. Reissued to vinyl by Silva Screen!
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Matti Bye
Superswede

Superswede is the latest film from director Henrik Jansson-Schweizer. The eponymous Swede is legendary F1 driver Ronnie Peterson who, before a tragic accident, was set to be one of the all time greats. Matti Bye’s soundtrack,with its use of piano and strings, creates the ideal atmosphere of excitement, and foreboding.
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O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Yee - and we cannot stress this enough - haw. The music for the 2000 Coen Brothers flick ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ has rightly been celebrated as one of the great soundtracks of modern cinema. Indeed, there is an argument that the enduring popularity of this collection of bluegrass, hillbilly, blues and early country music has come to outstrip the film itself. Now available on double-vinyl, ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ contains hits like ‘He's In The Jailhouse Now’, ‘I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow’ (both The Soggy Bottom Boys) and ‘You Are My Sunshine’ (Norman Blake), and Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss and Gillian Welch are among the featured artists.
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Harry Potter: Original Motion Picture Soundtracks I-V

Have you been practising your Expecto Turnrecordum spell? Otherwise you’ll have to trudge over to the record player and change sides nineteen times to get through this bulging 5 x 2LP box set. It’s only the first five Arry Porra film soundtracks, and all. From ‘Theme of Troll Bogies’ to ‘I Shouldn’t Have Told You That, Pt. 2’, this is a serious collector’s piece for fans of the various scores by John Williams, Patrick Doyle and Nicholas Hooper. UK orders delivered by owl.
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Les Reed & Rick Wakeman
Creepshow 2

Coincidentally the name I was gonna use for my Norman Records documentary, Creepshow 2 was originally a film from 1987 based on stories by Stephen King and directed by Michael Gornick. It featured 3 distinct segments all soundtracked by songwriter Les Reed and chief loon Rick Wakeman, who brought back some traditional orchestral and (then) contemporary electronic sounds from the centre of the earth.
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Robert Tomaro
Slime City

Slime City is what you think it is, a grindhousey kind of horror film from the late 80’s. Robert Tomaro scores it with aplomb, bringing together of-the-time synths and rockabilly guitar touches with a composerly touch. Track titles include ‘You Crazy Bastard!’ and ‘Prelude To Sex’. 1000 copies on Strange Disc.
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Larry Fessenden and Glenn McQuaid
Tales From Beyond The Pale : The Hole Digger / Trawler

Conceived by Larry Fessenden and Glenn McQuaid, Tales From Beyond The Pale consists of two audio dramas The Hole Digger and Trawler. It’s a haunting collection with an original score by Dave Eggar. Starring James Le Gros and Owen and Tobias Campbell. Out on vinyl double LP from Deep Focus. Limited to 500 hand-numbered copies.

Hans Zimmer & Ben Wallfisch
Blade Runner 2049

If making a sequel to the film Blade Runner wasn’t enough of a challenge already, how about composing the sequel to its Vangelis soundtrack? Hans Zimmer and Ben Wallfisch have answered that question with big booming bass throbs and snatches of Vangelis-esque synth electronics. It sounds great on the big screen, and it’ll probably sound great played loud on your stereo too. Blade Runner 2049’s soundtrack is released by Sony Music Classical.
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Danny Elfman
Batman Returns

Classic soundtrack alert!!! It's the musical aspect of Batman Returns, put together by Danny Elfman in 1992, and its full of catchy high-drama themes and Bat-sounds galore. As well as Danny’s music, this reissue also includes Siouxsie and the Banshees’ sparky song ‘Face To Face’, used in the film’s ad campaign. Double LP reissue on Mondo.
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John Williams
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope 40th Anniversary Boxset

One of the most memorable scores of all time sees a respectfully vast vinyl release. Not any vinyl though. This has been hand etched and features 3D holograms on the record itself. There are also rare photos and a hardcover book featuring two essays on John Williams and his magnificent contribution to the Stars Wars adventure.
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Alexandre Desplat
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2

Renowned film composer Alexandre Desplat was drafted in to provide the soundtrack to the grand finale to the Harry Potter film franchise. The Deathly Hallows Part 2 is suitably dark and brooding in tone, Desplat successfully representing the proximity to doom the characters experience. Black vinyl double LP from Music On Vinyl.
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John Williams
Steven Spielberg & John Williams - The Ultimate Collection

Ultimate gets a double underlining here I think, maybe more. John Williams and Steven Spielberg’s 40 year collaboration has been responsible for the likes of Jaws, Indiana Jones, Schindler’s List, Saving Private Ryan, Hook, E.T. and many more. Made available on vinyl for the first time ever, and includes an extensive selection from all of their greats, but this is more than a greatest hits.
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Harry Manfredini
House 1 & 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtracks)

House 1 and House 2 are a pair of cult horror films with a joyous B-movie aesthetic: I think the ‘Haunted’ is implied in the titles. They were both soundtracked by Harry Manfredini, and both soundtracks are presented here in fully remastered form, presented in some rather deluxe gatefold packaging with excusive new artwork.
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Benjamin Wallfisch
Annabelle Creation (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Spooky haunted doll franchise Annabelle is back with another film of eerie horror, with the new film Annabelle Creation. The movie is soundtracked in suitably fearful style by Benjamin Wallfisch, who composed these pieces in between work on Dunkirk and Stephen King’s It, so you know he’s got the skills. LP in an ingenious sleeve, from Silva Screen.
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Aesop Rock
Bushwick

Leftfield hip hop champ Aesop Rock is as deft on the buttons as he is on the mic, and his soundtrack to Brooklyn-based civil war drama Bushwick has been the perfect vehicle for him to stretch his legs and show off the hidden depths of his beatsmithery. From noirish mood pieces to more conventional grooves, it’s a rich listening experience on its own, hence it’s getting the deluxe release treatment from Lakeshore Records.

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.

Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
Stranger Things 2 (A Netflix Original Series Soundtrack)

The SURVIVE members return with their soundtrack to the second series of the Netflix sci-fi show. Recalling the classic synth scores of Tangerine Dream and John Carpenter is part of their remit, but this isn’t just lazy nostalgic simulation - there’s oodles of inventiveness, sensitivity and drama here. And one can only imagine Dixon and Stein had an absolute blast making it. As Dustin might say, you will not resist these pearls! Jewel case CD or lavish double LP in both black and clear/splatter editions.  

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Call Me By Your Name

Immensely popular soundtrack from the critically acclaimed 2017 coming-of-age drama directed by Luca Guadagnino. Features John Adams, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Loredana Bertè, Bandolero, Frank Glazer, Alessio Bax, Giorgio Moroder & Joe Esposito, André Laplante, Sufjan Stevens, F.R. David, Marco Armani, Franco Battiato, The Psychedelic Furs, Valéria Szervánszky & Ronald Cavaye.
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Diggin In The Carts : A Collection Of Pioneering Japanese Video Game Music

A huge collection of 8-bit and 16-bit bleeps and bloops collated by Diggin In The Carts co-director Nick Dwyer, and Hyperdub’s Kode 9. Comprised of thirty four tracks taken from legendary titles released on classic Japanese video game systems - from Nintendo’s Famicom to Sega’s Mega Drive, as well as from earlier platforms less familiar in the West, like the MSX. Obviously ideal for video game enthusiasts, though anyone even vaguely interested in the history of electronic music will no doubt be enthralled by the diversity of melody and tone forced out of such limited chips. Available on CD and digital for now; make sure to keep an eye out for the vinyl release, scheduled for early 2018.

Kasai Allstars & Orchestre Symphonique Kimbanguiste
Around Félicité

Around Felicite is a film by Alain Gomis, inspired by the heady sounds of Kinshasa’s finest, the Kasai Allstars. Of course, who could be better to soundtrack such a film than the Allstars themselves, working in this case with the Orchestre Symphonique Kimbanguiste for extra symphonic colour. Double CD and double LP editions on Crammed Discs.

Various
Music From The Jungle Book

Disney are getting in on the movie soundtrack vinyl reissue game, releasing a brace of OSTs to solid gold classic children’s films. Music From The Jungle Book contains several tunes that are embedded deep in your mind (‘The Bare Necessities’, ‘I Wanna Be Like You’ etc.), and in a marvellous picture disc format too. Published by Disney themselves.
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Tom Holkenborg
Dark Tower (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Dutch multi-instrumentalist and composer Tom Holkenborg AKA Junkie XL, who cut his teeth in groups such as A Forest Called Mulu, Empyrean Dub, and Mambo Jambo went on to soundtrack films including Black Mass, Batman Vs. Superman, Deadpool and Mad Max: Fury Road. His latest is for the adaptation of Stephen King’s Dark Tower. Intense stuff.
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The Berlin Music Ensemble conducted by Craig Leon
The Film Scores and Original Orchestral Music of George Martin

George Martin is of course best known for his close involvement with those Beatles that everyone likes so much, but the man is too much of a maestro to be limited to just that reputation. This new recording by the Berlin Music Ensemble showcases a range of Martin’s work as a classical composer and arranger, from Live And Let Die to Under Milk Wood, via his own original suites. CD and double LP set on Atlas Realisations.