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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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Stafford Bawler, Obfusc and Grigori
Monument Valley

The game that broke the world's collective brain, Monument Valley challenged players to wade their way through gorgeous isometric designs floating in your phone's ether. The soundtrack, provided by Stafford Bawler, Obfusc and Grigori, is a gorgeously subtle ambient work, lullabying your mind as it works on patterns and solutions.
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Greg Edmonson
Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection

Soundtracks to the first three installments of the Uncharted games series in one box set. Scored by prolific film and TV composer Greg Edmonson (King Of The Hill, Firefly, Bounty Killer), The Nathan Drake Collection is a grand, dramatic and adventurous body of work that couples neatly with the explorative game. Triple LP box set from iam8bit.
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Albert Elms and Ron Grainer
Man in a Suitcase

A man in a suitcase. Imagine that. Some of the more long-in-the-tooth of you out there may remember when the Man In A Suitcase run aired on ITV between 1967 and 1968. The show drew praise when it first emerged, and not least for its original score. With Ron Grainer (Doctor Who, Steptoe And Son) handling the main theme, Albert Elms busied himself with the incidental pieces. The resulting compositions, released on vinyl here for the first time, are part-library big band and part-swinging ‘60s ye-ye struts.
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Brad Fiedel
The Terminator

The soundtrack to The Terminator is as classic and as crucial to the canon as the film itself. Where Arnie towers above the puny humans of the movie, Brad Fiedel’s synths tower over the listener. And the drums on that main theme! This release of the soundtrack features remastered audio, and has been mixed and sequenced precisely as the composer intended, unlike some previous releases. On Milan.
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Max Richter
Henry May Long

Max Richter’s score to Randy Sharp’s 19th century drama Henry May Long (2008). Richter’s softly dramatic compositions match a tale of self-discovery and self-destruction. Originally only released digitally through Mute, Deutsche Grammophon have brought it into the physical realm on CD and LP.

Bruno Nicolai
The Night Evelyn Came Out Of The Grave

The Night Evelyn Came Out Of The Grave is a vintage slice of Giallo horror, and as everyone knows, Giallo films come with excellent weirdo soundtracks. This one is no exception! Bruno Nicolai has an orchestra and a wild jazz ensemble at his disposal, plus Edda Dell’Orso’s vocals and some swish electronics. Double LP reissue, pressed to clear blue and clear red vinyl.
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Tyler Bates / Various
Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 (Songs From The Motion Picture)

Tyler Bates is a master of the dramatic soundtrack, which made him a perfect candidate for accompanying the Marvel superhero supergroup film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. This official release of his original score contains all the themes, interludes and background pieces, scored for full-blown orchestra. Double LP from Disney.
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Ben Frost
Super Dark Times (Music From The Motion Picture)

Kevin Phillips’s murderous coming of age film set in the 90s brings Iceland based producer Ben Frost into his element when asked to create the soundtrack for it. Utilising equipment used in the era (Boss Metal Zone pedal for example) Frost creates a looming and menacing score laced with minimalist textures.

Morricone Youth
Sunrise: A Song Of Two Humans

Morricone Youth are a group from New York creating music for the screen. Obviously inspired by Il Maestro himself, the group’s soundtrack does have echoes of Morricone’s brooding and luscious style. Here we have a re-score to the 1927 silent film, Sunrise: A Song Of Two Humans.     
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David Arnold
Hot Fuzz

As Edgar Wright's film turns 10, Mondo have seen fit to release the soundtrack to Hot Fuzz.  Never before released in its entirety, the soundtrack as as wild a rode as the film with '60s retro pop, orchestral techno, cop-show theme music and everything in between. Fans of both the film itself and David Arnold need to pick this up. 
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Dominic Glynn
Doctor Who - Survival

Ah-wooooo-ooooo-woooo-ooooo-ooooo! Yes, it’s another fabulous reissue from the Tardis of fabulous music from the BBC’s Doctor Who, this time the soundtrack to Survival, which made up the final series until the show’s reboot in the noughties. The score from Dominic Glynn is typically otherworldly and moves through emotions and themes as much as the Doctor gets through saving planets. A must for any fan of sci-fi soundtracks.  
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Nick Cave & Warren Ellis
Wind River (Original Score)

The score to the lyrical new thriller Wind River, created by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis with a beautiful suite of film soundtrack music. The film was directed by Taylor Sheridan and stars Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner. Cave and Ellis crafted a kind of ghost score from natural elements: the unending wind, punctuated by the sad but peaceful silence of snow. Expect whispers to rising choirs and electronic throbs. CD on Invada / Lakeshore.
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Slime San – Official Soundtrack

Everyone loves Slime-san, the vintage-style action platform video game. Of course, a notable game these days needs a notable soundtrack with a full physical release, so here we have all nineteen of the chiptuney pieces of music used in the game. Pixeltastic! Double LP release on the Black Screen Records label.
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Ennio Morricone
Space: 1999

Italian composer Ennio Morricone is an icon of film soundtracks, having created the scores to most of Sergio Leone’s films, including A fistful Of Dollars, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, as well as The Thing and Mission To Mars. Here Death Waltz have Ennio’s composition for the Italian full length feature version of the TV Series, released in 1975, where he turned Barry Gray’s music into freeform space jazz.
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The Inner World - Official Soundtrack

Released to coincide with the second installment of the adventure game, The Inner World, Black Screen Records present a double vinyl of selected tracks from the soundtracks of both games. Composed by Christian Barth this score is imaginative, cinematic, and majestically subtle. A wonderful little world to journey into.
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Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
The Vietnam War (Original Score)

Oh hey, it's brothers in electronic arms Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross teaming up again to soundtrack Ken Burns and Lynn Novick's The Vietnam War. While the musical details are scarce, the amount of music isn't - this OST features 90 minutes of new material from the pair, an undertaking of epic proportions that is one of two audio releases related to the series. 
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Elizabeth Parker at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
The Living Planet

Emmy-nominated in 1984, Silva Screen bring us Elizabeth Parker's super evocative soundtrack to the BBC television series 'The Living Planet'. Futuristic BBC Radiophonic Workshop synthesizers and super sound effects blend to perfectly accompany and conjure up stunning images of the Earth’s environments. On 'Arctic Pearl' vinyl LP in a gatefold sleeve! All very exciting! Limited to 500 copies.
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The Chemical Brothers
Hanna - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

The 2011 teenage assassin film Hanna was soundtracked by electronic big boys The Chemical Brothers, who do a great job. When unsettling backdrops are needed, they’ve got them, although Hanna does also give them a few opportunities for quality superstar DJ antics. 180g vinyl jobbie :)
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Tristram Cary
Quatermass and the Pit - Electronic Cues

Important sounds from Tristram Cary’s soundtrack to Quatermass and the Pit, the 1967 horror film. This particular 10” release focuses on the Electronic Cues of the film, which were squeezed in alongside more traditional orchestral pieces. Here, standing on their own, the electronic atmospheres are more intriguing than ever. 10” on Silva Screen.
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Tristram Cary
Quatermass and the Pit – Score

Tristam Cary was an early adopter and pioneer of electronic music, building one of the first electronic music studios as well as founding Electronic Music Studios in London. His experimentation fed directly into his compositions, composing for Doctor Who and moving into film such as Quatermass and the Pit. Extended edition, and is available on vinyl for the first time.
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Jay Chattaway
Maniac (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Jay Chattaway’s score to the sleazy 1980 horror flick Maniac is a great listen, with a certain amount of big dramatic arpeggiations, but also with plenty of rarer elements in the mix. Think eerie strings, flutes and discordant synth-stabs, arranged in an unpredictable and unsettling way. Limited edition of 400 transparent blue vinyl LPs, via Death Waltz.
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Twin Peaks (Limited Event Series Soundtrack)

Another Twin Peaks thing. I’m glad I’m not a Twin Peaks obsessive. Luckily Match of the Day doesn’t release a new soundtrack every week. Anyway what is this? It seems to be the soundtrack to the new series. The tracks will be revealed as the series wears on. But what is the difference between this and the one which was announced last week? We’ll try to find out. 
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Hans Zimmer & Lisa Gerrard
Gladiator (Music From The Motion Picture)

As arguably the most exceptional film-music producer of our time, Hans Zimmer teamed up with Lisa Gerrard to create this naughties classic that ranks alongside greats such as American Beauty and The Dark Knight. Gladiator wouldn't be the same without its dramatic, atmospheric and highly acclaimed soundtrack companion.
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Zwartjes
Tapes 1

Trunk proudly add this gem to their catalogue of the weird, wonderful and experimental. Tapes 1 is a direct recording from the original archived tapes of experimental underground Dutch film director Frans Zwartjes, who improvised his bizarre soundtracks utilising synthesizers, voice and found sound. Only a very small amount of his audio has been released before on very limited cassettes, these are on vinyl for the first time.
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Cinevox 5

This is vital for all those with a passion for film scores. Cinevox was founded in 1966 in Italy and has since released well over 200 soundtracks. Cinevox 5 is a celebration of the label, bringing together five of its most illustrious composers and their finest compositions in this special box set. Morricone, Ciprianit, Goblin, Bixio, Tempera, Frizzi and Umiliani are given a coloured 7” vinyl each for the limited and numbered box set of 500 copies. A true epic celebration of the label and its artists.   
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Dark Dark Dark
Flood Tide

Most people when asked to do a soundtrack will work with producers to create a companion sound to the events on film. Flood Tide is made by former members of Dark Dark Dark though, and features the band as characters and performers. Their cinematic sound sits wonderfully with filmmaking and it’s easy to see why this project was so appealing to all. Double gatefold vinyl.
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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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Konami Kukeiha Club
Contra

Mondo present the latest in their Konami Kukeiha Club series of original early video game soundtracks. Here we have Contra, the classic shooter celebrating its thirtieth anniversary. It has never been released on vinyl before, and just for good measure Mondo have included both the NES version and the original arcade version of the soundtrack.
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Bear McCreary
Colossal (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Soundtrack to the Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis fronted film Colossal. To match the cross genre style of the film, composer Bear McCreary (Outlander, Defiance, Battlestar Galactica) brings together battle music epicness and powerful melodies and wild yet seamless dynamics shifts. Think Pacific Rim meets Mogwai meets Lights & Motion meets Message To Bears. LP on Mondo.
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Don

Silva Screen reissue the long out of print soundtrack to the 1978 bollywood thriller Don, directed by Chandra Barot. In order to sell it to western big beat fans, they've pointed out that it contains the song 'Yeh Mera Dil Yaar Ka Diwana' by Asha Bhosle, who inspired 90s megahit 'Brimful of Asha' and was sampled in Black Eyed Peas' Don't Phunk With My Heart.

Jean-Francois Freitas
Another World

Many a remix have been done of this gaming soundtrack since its release in 1991, yet very few full releases of the complete soundtrack have entered the markets. Another World by Jean-Francois Freitas would be a techno/ambient record in its own right, but the fact that it’s on a pretty decent game too, makes it even better. Available on coloured Vinyl LP, black Vinyl LP and CD.
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Michael Bross
Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath - Official Soundtrack

Composer Michael Bross who has releases on Iam8bit and Deep Lever also created a huge amount of the music to the Oddworld games series. Here Black Screen records have remastered his tracks for vinyl for the first time and include two bonus tracks that have never been released before. Dark, other-worldly, and with a surprising amount of breakbeat.
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Ben Lukas Boysen & Sebastian Plano
Everything

If this isn't the most appropriate and on brand of Erased Tapes releases, I don't know what is. The quaintly classical and electronic label release the soundtrack to David O'Reilly's open world, choose-your-own-adventure video game that lets you project yourself into a tiny plant cell or a huge star. The vibes scored in this spectrum of extremes are provided by Ben Lukas Boysen and Sebastian Plano, composers who know how to create weight in the heart for you to heave -- their soundtrack is nearly four hours long and comes with spoken word amblings by Alan Watts, a philosopher just about lofty enough for this massive undertaking of a game.
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Popol Vuh
Cobra Verde (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Popol Vuh provided the soundtracks to many of Werner Herzog’s finest films, including Cobra Verde. In fact, this 1987 film soundtrack was their final collaboration, and what a way to end: epic psychedelic space-world-ambient soundscapes from a kosmische maestro. This has been out-of-print pretty much since it first came out., so this deluxe vinyl reissue on One Way Static is an exciting release.
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Clint Mansell
High Rise

What could possibly make us more excited about Kill List and Sightseers director Ben Wheatley tackling J. G. Ballard’s nightmarish novel of concrete alienation? Well, a Clint Mansell soundtrack should do it. The prolific composer brings his synths and harsh drones to create a score that represents High Rise's themes, as well as his own utterly distinctive style.
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Brian Reitzell / Various
Kicks (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Brian Reitzell has built up a potent CV of big-ticket movie soundtracks (including Lost In Translation), not to mention his career in Air. His new accompaniment work, for teenage-sneaker-chase movie Kicks, sits nicely next to tracks by Wu-Tang Clan and RJD2 on this soundtrack album. Double LP release on Music On Vinyl, with the first (red vinyl) pressing limited to 500 copies.

Fred Myrow & Malcolm Seagrave
Phantasm - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

For the first time in 35 years the soundtrack to Phantasm gets the vinyl treatment. Deliciously creepy, Fred Myrow and Malcolm Seagrave’s legendary work offers a familiar sound for Goblin fans. Featuring new artwork and liner notes from the director this is sure to be a horror collector's dream. Vinyl reissue LP on Mondo. Limited to 500 copies.
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Josh Freda
Rewind This!

Soundtrack to the Josh Johnson documentary Rewind This! by Josh Freda. Looking into the impact of VHS, video tape culture, and the fans/collectors keeping it alive today it needed the perfect score that dips into the 80s synth-laden scores created around them. Filled with S U R V I V E-esque arpeggiators, going from game like action to cheap horror film atmospherics. Features a track from lo-fi punk outfit Joey Division.
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Konami Kukeiha Club
Super Castlevania IV (Original Video Game Soundtrack)

Konami Kukeiha Club is the collective name for the music production team at Konami. Among their countless game series, here we have the soundtrack composed for Super Castlevania IV, which was released on the SNES in 1990. Genre defining stuff straight from the source. Double LP from Mondo.
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Nick Cave & Warren Ellis
War Machine (Original Score)

You don’t need me to tell you how much of a winner this is going to be. Nick Cave & Warren Ellis, soundtrack scorers to countless high-profile films, have done the appropriate here. The new Netflix film ‘War Machine’ starring Brad Pitt and Tilda Swinton has been given the full eerie synth and strings treatment, like on ‘Skeleton Tree’ or the ‘Hell Or High Water’ score. They promise dark and light in equal measure. Of course they do. CD on Invada.
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Pete Ellison
Breakforcist (Original Soundtrack)

Here's an unusual one. It's making me hungry, in fact. With the design of the white vinyl depicting a sunny-side-up egg, Pete Ellison sees his breakfast-themed record matched by the visual aesthetic. The music on the record is the soundtrack to Breakforcist: a breakfast-and-exorcism-themed endless brick-breaking arcade game. The world's first of its kind, probably. Includes download card for the full OST. On Yetee records.
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Chipzel
Interstellaria (Original Soundtrack)

Interstellaria is an acclaimed indie video game that brings old-school gaming aesthetics back back back, in the context of an open-optioned space adventure. The game has an original soundtrack by Chipzel, which is here presented in deluxe double LP style with exclusive cover artwork. Melancholy bleeping and dramatic synth themes alike on this one. Out on Yetee Records.
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Christophe Beck
Edge Of Tomorrow - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Composer Christophe Beck is well known for his wide range of soundtracks. Working on the scores for Buffy The Vampire, The Hangover, Ant-Man, and the Peanuts Movie. Here we have his epic score for Tom Cruise/Emily Blunt led sci-fi/groundhog day with guns flick Edge Of Tomorrow available on vinyl for the first ever time via Mondo.
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Alexandre Desplat
Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets

New and epic scale sci-fi film from Luc Besson (Leon, Fifth Element, Lucy) gets soundtracked by french composer Alexandre Desplat (Godzilla, Harry Potter, The Imitation Game). CD version comes with second CD of tracks used in the film by David Bowie, Bob Marley, and Wyclef Jean. Limited copies, via Europacorp.
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Clint Mansell
Black Mirror: San Junipero (Original Score)

Soundtrack to Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror episode San Junipero, from the fourth series. Scored by Clint Mansell whose notable work includes Moon, High-Rise, as well as a lot for Darren Aronofsky (Requiem For A Dream, The Fountain, Pi). Here he plays with the post 80s nostalgia of the film, heavily mixing synths with orchestral arrangements with a dark underbelly.
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Valve Studio Orchestra
The DOTA 2 (Official Soundtrack)

DOTA 2 is a multiplayer online battle game which is one of the biggest esports in the world, with millions of players, followers and dollars in prize money up for grabs for the competitions. What music do you have that fits axe wielding orcs and sword swinging knights? Only the most epic of course. Massive. Orchestral. Epic. Released through Ipecac.
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Bruno Nicolai
The Case Of The Scorpions Tail

Vintage Giallo soundtrack goodness from the dramatic world of early 70’s Italy. The Case Of The Scorpion’s Tail is a tale of spooky murder, and Bruno Nicolai accompanies it beautifully with a mixture of high avant-drama and sweeping orchestral melodicism. This is the first ever release of the entire soundtrack, spread over two LPs on the Death Waltz label.
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The Heliocentrics
The Sunshine Makers (Original Soundtrack)

Soundtrack to The Sunshine Makers, a documentary from the makers of Searching For Sugarman about two notorious LSD producers in the 60s and the beginnings of the war on drugs. The Heliocentrics are regular releasers through the once sub-label of Stones Throw, Now-Again. Their mix of psychedelic rock, jazz, funk and hip-hop is perfectly placed for a soundtrack such as this.
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Master Of None - Series Two

Soundtrack to the second series of Aziz Ansari’s highly acclaimed Master Of None. 12 tracks of genre spanning tracks that follow the Italian theme and then spreads further afield. Including tracks by Pino D’angio, Bobby Charles, Mina, Soft Cell, and The Walker Brothers, plus many more. Double LP on Mondo.
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Eirik Suhrke
Downwell - Official Video Game Soundtrack

How many bits have you got? Probably more than 8, but you probably wish you had fewer. In Downwell, you go down a well with precisely 8 bits of old school roguelike dungeon-crawling action exploding all around you. Eirik Suhrke matches this madness with a host of jazzy chiptune grooves apparently inspired by Erik Satie, possibly because of how similar their names are. Well I never. Out on delicious red vinyl.
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Pino Donaggio
The Howling (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The Howling is a vintage piece of werewolk-horror cinema, released in 1981. It comes with a soundtrack by Pino Donaggio, who mixes both 80’s synth-work and high drama orchestration in expert quantities. This reissue includes twelve bonus tracks not on the original release, and the record is pressed to ‘silver bullet’ vinyl, e.g. blood red wax penetrated by a silver central area. Neat eh? Out on Waxwork.
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Baby Driver (Music From The Motion Picture)

Here's the soundtrack to the 2017 action film starring Kevin Spacey, Jamie Foxx et al which pleasingly has a bunch of decent artist from the Beach Boys to Blur to Beck to T-Rex to 70s classics such as Focus and Golden Earring and the Commodores. Sort of like a slow day on Radio 2....but fun all the same.  
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Karl Hyde & Matthew Herbert
Fatherland (Original Music from the Stage Show)

Karl Hyde of 90’s party-starters Underworld and inventive electronic music scientist Matthew Herbert have teamed up to accompany a new play written by Simon Stephens, Fatherland. You’ll have to get down to the theatre to hear Hyde and Herbert’s work in proper context, but this album presentation of the work still sounds storming. CD release on Caroline International.

Various
Suicide Squad: The Album

The Suicide Squad movie has an all-star line-up of actors playing an all-star line-up of superhero characters, so it makes sense to give it an all-star line-up of artists on the soundtrack. Acts as varied as Eminem, Panic! At The Disco, and Creedence Clearwater Revival are featured: my my. This double vinyl release includes three sides of music and an etching on the D-side.
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Paul Haslinger
Halt and Catch Fire (Original Television Series Soundtrack)

Halt And Catch Fire is a TV series that looks back knowingly (longingly?) at the early days of the Internet in the 1980’s, so it is highly appropriate that Paul Haslinger’s original soundtrack engages with the era in much the same way. Of course, dramatic synthscapes are no problem for Haslinger, as he used to be in Tangerine Dream...! Released by Fire Soundtracks.

Nicholas Britell
Moonlight (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Moonlight, which has been widely hailed as one of the films of the year, features an excellent soundtrack by Nicholas Britell. The remarkable thing about Britell’s music for Moonlight is that it freely combines ‘traditional’ orchestral themes with radically chopped and screwed versions of the same. CD and LP editions courtesy of Invada.
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Dave Porter
Better Call Saul (Original Score From The Television Series 1&2)

The spin off series to Breaking Bad took more than just the characters and producers, Dave Porter who crafted the scene perfect music that won him an ASCAP award also got taken along. Covering his work across two seasons the vinyl also includes a 4 page booklet with liner notes and an etching of Saul’s law degree on the D-side. Limited copies from Music On Vinyl.
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The Hateful Eight

The complete recordings of Ennio Morricone’s original score for The Hateful Eight, now on 180 gram vinyl LP. These arrangements for Quentin Tarantino’s film make up Morricone’s first Western score in 40 years and it easily competes with the grand, unique and strange orchestrations of his Sergio Leone classics. This release includes musical cues from the rest of the film, jacket with soft-touch finish, 60” x 12” poster, 36” x 12” poster and booklet.
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Daniel Mudford & Pete Woodhead
Shaun Of The Dead - Original Score

The soundtrack to the classic Pegg / Frost / Wright zombie comedy Shaun Of The Dead has, remarkably enough, never been released, like, ever. Unlike the film, Daniel Mudford + Pete Woodhead play it relatively straight, the music alluding to familiar horror film favourites. Beautiful sleeve, clear red vinyl, on Mondo.
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Ennio Morricone
The Black Belly Of The Tarantula

Death Waltz provide us with another classic of Italian horror with music from the legendary Ennio Morricone. LA TARANTOLA DAL VENTRE NERO (BLACK BELLY OF THE TARANTULA) is reckoned by aficionado's to be one of the best gialli made. Morricone’s score throws in jazz fusion, seductive vocals but is defined by the more uncomfortable and scary atonal sounds, insectoid strings and stabbing percussion. In typically luxurious packaging with 180g vinyl this is a must for horror and soundtrack fans.
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Fabio Frizzi
Contraband

This is just fabulous stuff: Fabio Frizzi’s soundtrack to the 1980 thriller Luca Il Contrabbandiere / Contraband, newly mastered for vinyl reissue. The soundtrack veers between funky theatrics, orchestral swoon and catchy tunecraft, ending up with a delicious brew of stimulating fun. Vinyl reissue on Death Waltz
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Sula Bassana
The Ape Regards His Tail – Original Soundtrack

Sula Bassana’s accompaniment to the sci-fi film The Ape Regards His Tail matches the movie’s rich minimalism with a suitably spacey suite of music scored for Mellotron, Organ, various synthesisers and various other instruments that allow Sula to weave the kind of deep sounds that the film’s monochrome desert requires. Released by Sulatron.

Olafur Arnalds
Broadchurch - The Final Chapter

Like Olivia Colman and David Tennant, composer Olafur Arnalds has also returned for the third and final series of Broadchurch, with another suite of emotional minimal musical themes, played with tremendous subtly by both orchestra and smaller ensembles. Broadchurch - The Final Chapter is released on vinyl by Mercury.

Phillip Glass
The Illusionist - Music From The Film

The Illusionist, a magical period piece set of a film set in 1800’s Vienna, arrived in 2006 with an original score by minimalist maestro Philip Glass. His music is as grand and direct as ever, with the main motifs sweeping around with irresistible momentum. Recorded pristinely by the Czech Film Orchestra, this music is released on vinyl by Music On Vinyl.
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T2 Trainspotting (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The long awaited return of Begbie, Sick Boy and Co. comes with another belter of a soundtrack. Re-featuring Iggy Pop and Underworld, alongside a mix of older classics such as Frankie Goes To Hollywood and Queen and new bloods Young Fathers and High Contrast. Riotous, and as with the film, filled with uppers and downers.
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Frankie Vinci
Angela's Song

Some spine chilling vibes from Frankie Vinci. Angela's Song is the first time on record release of this classic 80s slasher tune. It's sounds like he is channelling the spirits and sounds of David Bowie, Billy Idol and John Carpenter. Full of eerie synths, drum machines and a Ziggy-esque wail, it's creepy and catchy. Out on 7" white vinyl from Death Waltz Recording Company.
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Alkis Livathinos
Hue (Official Soundtrack)

Greek composer Alkis Livathinos’ score to Fiddlesticks Games’ unique puzzle game, Hue. In the game you control the colour of the background to switch dimensions and solve puzzles. The score is a gentle, and dropping into ethereal at points, neo-classical. For fans of Nils Frahm and Ólafur Arnalds. We have both the standard black and the blue/purple versions available in these incredible sleeves.
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Valve Studio Orchestra
Fight Songs: The Music of Team Fortress 2

Ipecac continue to excel in the “what?!” category, pressing the soundtrack to multiplayer first person shoot ‘em up game Team Fortress 2. Celebrating it’s 10 year anniversary, and it is still going strong, and still receives critical acclaim. Vinyl comes with Audio download code and poster, both versions come with game download code.
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Antoni Maiovvi & The Karakura Orchestra
Abdullah

Death Waltz present the soundtrack to the short film Abdullah from Ne'er Do Well Films. Mixing his signature high octane electro with traditional Turkish forms Bristolian producer Antoni Maiovvi has created a dark and twisted soundtrack mirroring intensity. Comes with DVD of the film and download code. A Record Store Day release, limited pressing of only 450.

Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow
Black Mirror: Men Against Fire

In what is amounts to arguably the darkest and most dystopian television programme of 2016, Charlie Brooker's sensational Black Mirror has returned with a vengeance. This Men Against Fire soundtrack composed by Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow provides the perfect companion to a stunning and harrowing array of visuals.

Jim Williams
Raw (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The Julia Ducournau film Raw is making waves with its creepily effective portrayal of *shock* cannibalism. It also comes with a very nice original score from soundtrack composer Jim Williams, with lots of dramatic organ themes and ornate acoustic constructions. The whole soundtrack to the film is here, split over four sides of vinyl with a beautiful original artwork design on the sleeve. Out on Mondo.
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Various
Better Call Saul - Original Television Soundtrack: Season 1

Neatly timed to coincide with the airing of Season 2 of Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul, is the release of  The Better Call Saul Original Television Soundtrack - Season 1. The music comes from acts as diverse as Morrissey's one time favourite new band, Little Barrie, Swamp-funk pioneer Tony Joe White and 1930’s jazz-pop vocal group The Ink Spots. Limited edition of 1000 copies and includes a 8-page booklet, bumper sticker, business card and fridge magnet.
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Pino Donaggio
Don't Look Now

Italian composer Pino Donaggio has been responsible (and yes, i do mean responsible) for a fair few soundtracks for terrifying films. Including Piranha, The Howling, and Tourist Trap. Here is by far the worst of the lot, and the first film sore he actually did, for Nicolas Roeg’s Don’t Look Now. An unforgettable film, and so is the score.
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Various
Singles (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Deluxe Edition

Released in 1992, and set in the middle of grunge heaven Seattle, Singles starred Bridget Fonda and Matt Dillon but more importantly for us, it’s soundtrack. Including tracks from Smashing Pumpkins, Soundgarden, Citizen Dick, Mudhoney, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Pearl Jam and Alice In Chains this is a hell of a compilation, nevermind what the film is about. Both versions come with a bonus CD with 18 rare and unreleased tracks from many of the same artists.

Eric Feremans
The Antwerp Killer

Supposedly this is “one of the rarest vinyl horror soundtracks of all time”, so plenty of reason for B-movie / synth-score fans to be excited: you can finally get your hands on The Antwerp Killer! Eric Feremans designed many of the synthesisers used here himself, which explains how he knows how to use them to create precisely the right tense affect. Reissue on Finders Keepers.
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Danny Elfman
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Music from the Motion Picture)

Danny Elfman has produced countless timeless big ticket movie scores in his time, and his accompaniment to Tim Burton’s 2005 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory remake is among them. Elfman uses the opportunity to fill his scores with quirky and inventive details, just like Roald Dahl’s books. Double LP release on Silva Screen.
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Howard Shore
A History Of Violence (Original Score)

Howard Shore has played his part in bringing a huge number of big ticket movies to the screen: almost 100 films feature a Shore score. For A History Of Violence, Howard matches the uneasy mystery of the story with creeping and subtle orchestral arrangements that shimmer with mistrust. Vinyl release on Silva Screen.
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Max Richter
Out Of The Dark Room

Out Of The Dark Room is a collection of Max Richter’s works for film, hence taking these delicate soundtracks out of the dark room on the cinema and into the light of your stereo. Music excerpted from the soundtracks of Waltz With Bashir, Testament Of Youth, Wadjda and several more. CD released by Editions Milan.

Goblin
The Awakening

Oh right, another Goblin reissue is it. What have we got this time? Well, The Awakening is a particularly gluttonous spread from the kings of Italian movie music. Four of the band’s best film scores are included - Dawn Of The Dead, Tenebre, Suspiria and Profondo Rosso - as well as two Goblin LPs (Roller and Il Fantastico Viaggio del Bagarozzo Mark), some non-album singles and various rarities. That’s some excavation job Bella Casa have done.

Toydrum
Prevenge (Original Soundtrack)

Geoff Barrow’s Invada label continues to be a safe haven for the finest new soundtrack music: here is Toydrum’s musical accompaniment to the pregnancy-based horror film Prevenge. Toydrum tap into the giallo flavour of the movie with dramatic spacey synthesizer work, just like your favourite old Goblin suites. CD and LP editions available.
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Jed Kurzel
Alien: Covenant (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Australian composer and singer/guitarist Jed Kurzel is known for being in rock group The Mess Hall, and then moving into composing for films such as The Babadook, Macbeth, and Assassin’s Creed. With Covenant closing the arc between Prometheus and Alien, Kurzel draws on the original’s stark isolation and pure horror with spine tingling effect.
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Various
Rough Guide to Bollywood: The Psychedelic Years

There are plenty of legends of Bollywood soundtracking here, going that extra psych mile. Featuring musicians such as R. D. Burman, Asha Bhosle and Mohammed Rafi -- all influenced by Western Rock 'n Roll and the entwined 'flower power' culture of the 1960s. Thus mushroomed the Indian Psychedelic Underground. Includes a full-album download card plus extra bonus tracks.

Adrian Corker
The Have-Nots OST

Violin, cello, double bass and viola de gamba (Google it) are the main tools here, and their processed loops, lock-grooves and leitmotifs create ambiences by turn plaintive and wrought. There is something of Kid A, Skeleton Tree and Mica Levi’s Under the Skin OST to Corker’s latest work. Includes Portico’s Jack Wyllie giving some early Corker a once-over as well. Vinyl.

Brian Gibson
Thumper

Brian Gibson has been leading a double life for many years now, being both a video game artist and half of noise-rock destroyers Lightning Bolt. Here, the two come together, with the soundtrack to Gibson’s acclaimed game Thumper, composed by Gibson himself. Very different stuff to the frantic madness of Lightning Bolt! Out on Thrill Jockey.
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Various
Omaggio al Maestro Ennio Morricone

The Cineploit label have reached five years of fine releases, and are celebrating in an ideal way, with a homage to key hero of the soundtracks community, Ennio Morricone! Omaggio al Maestro Ennio Morricone features exclusive tracks by every member of the Cineploit roster, doing versions of Morricone pieces from films like The Thing and Exorcist 2. What a treat.
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Nicolas Winding Refn
The Wicked Die Young (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

As a superb and critically-applauded inspiration to horror flick Neon Demon, Nicolas Winding Refn's original motion picture soundtrack The Wicked Die Young presents itself as an eclectic, intense and uniquely exclusive opportunity to enter the mind of a genius horror producer. 
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Emanuele de Raymondi & Marco Messina
SARO (Original Soundtrack)

The rich tradition of Italian musicians producing incredible and unusual soundtracks for films is very much still alive! Emanuele de Raymondi and Marco Messina have pooled their talents in the fields of contemporary and ambient music to accompany Enrico Maria Artale’s film SARO, but this hypnotic minimal suite is engaging enough to stand alone. LP on Zerokilled Music.
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Thomas Newman
The Shawshank Redemption

The soundtrack to classic movie The Shawshank Redemption should stir some feels in the minds of many: now you can hear it without having a TV to hand. This release includes the whole Oscar-winning original score by Thomas Newman, as well as featured Hank Williams and Inkspots songs and, of course, the crucial Mozart aria from ‘that’ scene.
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Pierre Henry
Maléfices

Pierre Henry’s influential score for the 1962 film Malefices - which starred Juliette Greco, no less - makes its way back to wax courtesy of Cacophonic. Henry was one of the first of the musique concrete crew to see the exciting ways in which the medium could cross-breed with other genres. His music here, part-Hammer Horror ghoulishness and part eerie avant experiments, is a good example of Henry seeing that potential realised.

Michael Giacchino
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Star Wars music tends to stand up to plenty of in-depth repeat listening, and the soundtrack to the franchise’s latest edition is no exception. For Rogue One Michael Giacchino has done a great job writing memorable original music while referencing and recalling vintage themes from the series. Circa two hundred musicians were involved in this recording! Double LP on Universal.
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Morricone Youth
Mad Max

Morricone Youth get their kicks from re-interpreting scores for classic films, and here is what they’ve done with the original Mad Max movie. They keep George Miller’s score in mind, referencing it here and there, but this is an original suite. Released in a limited edition of 500 LPs by Country Club Records.
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Konami Kukeiha Club
Contra 3: Alien Wars - Original Video Game Soundtrack

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Contra game franchise Mondo bring us the soundtrack to the 1992 sequel on vinyl. Because Alien Wars was on the super nintendo the composers had so much more to work with in terms of production and could seriously let loose. The result is pretty mad, and filled with insane percussion and time signature changes.
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Konami Kukeiha Club
Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse

Rich and influential chip music from the 1989 Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom game Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse. This Konami Kukehiha Club music is now getting pressed to vinyl for the first time ever, and if you are wondering whether this is the Japanese or the US version of the audio (different chips meant key variations), no worries, this Mondo pressing features both in full! Double LP release.
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Konami Kukeiha Club
Castlevania

Music that was originally composed for the tiny 8-bit chips of the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) back in 1986 is now receiving a full vinyl release for the first time: could composer Kinuyo Yamashita ever have predicted such an outcome? The Castlevania soundtrack is brief but memorable, with an amazing range of sounds wrenched out of that NES. 10” vinyl release on Mondo.
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Mac Quayle
Mr. Robot Season 1 Volume 2 (Original Soundtrack)

Mac Quayle has been soundtracking the excellent show Mr. Robot from the beginning, and Geoff Barrow’s Invada label is now putting that soundtrack out into the world on deluxe vinyl. Quayle worked with Cliff Martinez on all those slick Nicolas Winding Refn films (Drive etc.), and has the same kind of knack for potent synth atmospheres. This is Volume 2 of the full soundtrack, pressed to 2 white vinyl LPs.
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