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Max Richter
The Last Days On Mars - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Max Richter has always captured a certain haunting and melancholy place in our hearts. Most of Max's music is released on Deutsche Grammophon, the oldest record label in the world, and not without reason. His music sounds like it's been unearthed from a time capsule buried by a lonely composer from the first half of this century. And just like those phenomenal solo albums, the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to 2013’s The Last Days on Mars is filled with beautiful and sparse modern classical tracks.

David Bowie
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (The Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture is the video documentation of the legendary final gig of David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust period: the one where he surprised everyone, including The Spiders From Mars, by closing the whole thing down. Needless to say, it's a pretty special show, and the soundtrack audio is presented here on 2 LPs.

Pink Floyd
More

More is the soundtrack to the Barbet Schroeder film of the same name. It was released in 1969 between the albums A Saucerful of Secrets and Ummagumma. The album featured acoustic folk ballads which the band would reprise on other albums and some heavy rock that wasn’t particularly representative of the band’s sound.

BEAK>
Couple In A Hole Soundtrack

Invada have built up a strong reputation for issuing film soundtracks over the last few years, and their latest release finds label-owner (and Portishead co-founder) Geoff Barrow firing up his kraut-pulse trio BEAK> to accompany Tom Geen’s Couple In A Hole. Their uneasy vibe fits the cave setting of the film very nicely.

Bernard Purdie
Lialeh

1974’s Lialeh is regarded as “the first major black porn movie”, and who are we to disagree? With a film like that to accompany, it should be no surprise that the original soundtrack, by Bernard Purdie, is some of the sexiest, funkiest material you ever heard. I mean, these are literally porn grooves. Extremely rare, but now reissued by Light In The Attic.

David Holmes
'71 - Original Soundtrack

Electronic artist and film scoring man David Holmes is behind the soundtrack for '71, a new feature-length by Yann Demange about a soldier who gets lost in Belfast. Holmes decided the best way to go about recording the music for the film was to pre-record, having most of the music done before he'd seen a single scene of Demange's work. That way, Demange was able to shoot with the music in the back of his mind.

Various
Heartworn Highways – Original Soundtrack

The documentary film Heartworn Highways and its soundtrack perfectly captures the time when country troubadours Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark and Steve Earle, among others, began to wrestle the credibility of country music back from the shiny over-production that was going on in Nashville. The film and the musicians showed their love for the folk and bluegrass roots of country music.

Carter Burwell
Anomalisa

Anomalisa is a stop-motion film from Charlie Kaufman, a director very keen on films that challenge the viewer’s mind (e.g. Being John Malkovich). Such films require a potent soundtrack, and Carter Burwell provides it here. Presented to you on very fetching, silver-coloured, 180g vinyl. 1000 copies available.

Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie XL
Deadpool

New superhero movie Deadpool comes fully armed with a big and banging soundtrack by Tom Holkenborg, better known to the world as Junkie XL. Huge hammering beats lead the way, injecting extra drama into the proceedings; although also look out for glimpses of some Seinfeld-worthy slap-bass. 2LP on red vinyl, from Milan.
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Ennio Morricone
Jubilee

Ah Ennio, where would we be without your tireless dedication to soundtracking films? How does he maintain that remarkable quality / quantity ratio? Jubilee takes a look back through an array of the Morricone maestro’s most memorable moments, including romantic themes and Spaghetti Western drama. 180g vinyl LP on Milan.

Brian Reitzell
Hannibal Season 3 - Volume 1

Brian Reitzell is part of French synth-poppers Air, but he has carved out a very respectable side-line as a composer for the screen. He has capably provided background-spook for 3 series of cannibal-thriller Hannibal, and this double vinyl release pairs his original compositions with some other tunes by the likes of Siouxsie Sioux. On Invada.

Elliott Smith
Heaven Adores You Soundtrack

Heaven Adores You is a new documentary on the beloved Elliott Smith, and this release contains the soundtrack. Interestingly the filmmakers didn’t just use Smith’s ‘Greatest Hits’: instead, this collection is full of rare treats, such as Smith’s first TV appearance and some ‘Untitled Guitar Finger Picking’ recorded when he was just 14. Will prove fascinating to any Smith fans.

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.

John Carpenter
Lost Themes II

The horror master returns with a swiftly followed up sequel to his 2014 album 'Lost Themes'. Several collaborators from that project remain including Carpenter's son Cody but this time the composers had the luxury of spending time collaborating in the same city. This has led to a more focussed work with a wider palette of sounds. Next stop for Carpenter? The road. 

Bixio, Frizzi, Tempera
Magnetic Systems

The trio of Bixio, Frizzi, Tempera share a huge amount of talent between them, being involved in a large amount of the amazing film music that came out of Italy in the 1970’s. The tracks compiled on Magnetic Systems were recorded with the commercial instrumental pop market in mind, and are frankly wild: gaudy synths are everywhere, and the whole thing has has a happy-groovy psych-disco vibe. Out on Finders Keepers.

Manuel De Sica
Dellamorte Dellamore

Dellamorte Dellamore (which translates to ‘Cemetery Man’) is a 90’s horror film produced by Michele Soavi, and like all good Italian horror films, it has a notable soundtrack. Manuel De Sica provides the atmospheric accompaniment, which is now being released for the first time ever on vinyl: clear vinyl with white streaks to be precise. 2LP on Lunaris Records.

Hans Zimmer
The Milan Years

You can’t watch more than a handful of films before a Hans Zimmer soundtrack looms into view: the man has been one of the major Hollywood players for years. This collection from the Milan label assesses some of his strongest material, all of which stands firmly in its own right, away from the context of the films. The Milan Years is released in double CD and double LP editions.

Sean Lennon
Ava's Possessions - Music From The Film

A lovely and diverse soundtrack from Sean Lennon. His work for Ava’s Possessions is eerie and synth-heavy, paying homage to composers like John Carpenter, Ennio Morricone and, most significantly, Goblin. But Lennon brings his own unique sense of humour and compositional skill to these large-scale arrangements.

Antonio Sanchez
Birdman

The soundtrack to Alejandro González Iñárittu’s recent hit film Birdman now sees release as a double vinyl set. Good thing too, as the soundtrack is a rare and remarkable thing: solo drums throughout, devised and performed by Antonio Sanchez. Inventive and thrilling material. The second LP includes a number of classical pieces. Double gatefold LP, limited to 3000 copies.

Clark
The Last Panthers

Electronics wizard Clark is back on Warp records. The Last Panthers picks up where his last self-titled album finished; mashing field recordings with precise electronic rhythms and drones. The major difference on this release is that it is the soundtrack to the series of the same name, meaning it is cinematic in scope and relentlessly ambitious.

Daniel Pemberton / Various
Steve Jobs - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Daniel Pemberton composed his original soundtrack to Danny Boyle’s new Steve Jobs film by, in effect, producing 3 entirely different micro-scores, one for each act of the film. This Music On Vinyl release also includes tracks featured in the film by The Libertines and Bob Dylan. 180g white vinyl double LP, limited to 750 copies.

James Newton Howard
Nightcrawler Original Soundtrack

Geoff Barrow’s Invada label release yet another high-grade contemporary film soundtrack: this time, James Newton Howard’s soundtrack to the Jake Gyllenhaal-starring Nightcrawler. Two vinyl versions available: one ‘Cherry Cola’ coloured and one ‘Streetlamp Yellow’ coloured, each with a different piece of striking artwork on the sleeve.
  • Vinyl LP (INV148LPALT)
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  • Coloured vinyl
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Blake Neely
Arrow - Original Television Series Soundtrack: Season 1

Arrow is the TV show based on the DC Comics character Green Arrow. The show centres around Billionaire Oliver Queen who, after five years away from his hometown, returns to clean it up under his vigilante alias. The score was composed by Blake Neely who has also scored the TV shows The Mentalist and The flash. He has worked with some greats of the TV & film scoring world too such as Hans Zimmer, James Newton Howard and Vangelis.

Various
Pieces (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

1982’s Pieces is a dose of dramatic Italian horror, and films like these always come with an interesting soundtrack. Here we have contributions from many of the masters of the genre, including Fabio Frizzi, Stelvio Cipriani and Carlo Maria Cordo. Nice. Limited edition LP on the We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want label.

Adan Jodorowsky
The Dance Of Reality

Finders Keepers are busily issuing the soundtracks to Alejandro Jodorowsky’s films, and The Dance Of Reality, his first film in decades, released only last year, is soundtracked by his son, Adan Jodorowsky, working in a richly cinematic mode. Director-supervised transfer from the original master tapes.

Ennio Morricone
The Hateful Eight - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

A new Quentin Tarantino film is upon the horizon, and it comes with an original score, the first time for Tarantino. And who else could he choose for such a prestigious first time than the maestro himself, Ennio Morricone! The early US history period setting is sure to bring out the best in Morricone’s sweeping arrangements. CD or double LP on Decca.

Evangelist
Evangelist

Evangelist is a project featuring the late Gavin Clark of Clayhill and much of the material presented on this self-titled record was written with Shane Meadows’ This Is England 1990 series in mind. So those enjoying the show now should flock to this; but the record stands up in its own right too. Released on Underscore Collective.

Kreng
Cooties

School-based horror film Cooties (starring Elijah Wood!) has an adventurous original soundtrack accompanying it, courtesy of Belgian producer Kreng. The drama runs strong through this music, which uses trip-hopping beats, lots of synths, and plenty of strings to create tense atmospheres. It stands up to listening in isolation too. On Death Waltz.

Tariverdiev
Film Music

Not so well-known outside of his native Russia, Mikael Tariverdiev may experience a revival in the West as a result of this comprehensive compilation of his soundtrack work for many classic Soviet films. Triple LP box-set with a whole 51 tracks, supported by a 24-page booklet of exclusive and intimate materials. 1000 copies only.

Armando Trovajoli
Ciao Rudy

Ciao Rudy was a 1966 musical that was scored by the talented Armando Trovajoli. Music from it became one of the rarest 33rpm records that RCA ever released, but this reissue and remastering from GDM makes it somewhat more available. Trovajoli’s work is as grand and dramatic as you’d expect, with a good dose of 60’s flair.
  • Vinyl LP (GDMLP6708)
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Martin Cooper and David Hughes
C.H.U.D. (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

1984’s C.H.U.D. is another cult favourite B-movie horror flick, and as we all know by now, such films always have cult favourite synthy soundtracks too! Martin Cooper and David Hughes’ work has only ever been issued on the film itself, never before on a stand-alone format. So relish this 180g coloured vinyl issue on Waxwork.

David Mackenzie & Tony Doogan with Chris Geddes, Ewen Bremner & Raymond MacDonald
Starred Up: Film Music Reworked

This is almost, but not quite, the soundtrack to recent prison film Starred Up. For this record, David Mackenzie & Tony Doogan enlisted Chris Geddes, Ewen Bremner and Raymond McDonald to expand the subtle score into a more fully-fledged thing, which they have achieved with aplomb. LP on Good Grace. "I think it has restorative powers... One of the most emotional things I have heard all week." - Steve Lamacq
  • Vinyl LP
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  • Limited edition

Richard Band
Puppet Master: The Music Collection

Richard Band is a veteran composer of soundtracks to horror films. Coming of age in the 1980’s, he made great use of creepily synthetic electronic sounds, particularly on his music for the Puppet Master films arguably his best-known work. Gatefold LP in a deluxe style, limited to a mere 1000 copies. On Full Moon Features.

Andrew Kidman
Litmus Original Soundtrack / Glass Love

Andrew Kidman is both filmmaker and musician, and this luscious box-set contains the soundtracks to two of his avant-surf films, Litmus and Glass. Kidman is represented under his own name and with his band The Val Dusty Experiment, with a few other artists like Galaxie 500 rounding things out. 2CD or fancy 2LP-and-book edition.

Jeff Grace
I Sell The Dead

The film I Sell The Dead is both a horror and a comedy, something that obviously needs to be captured by Jeff Grace in his soundtrack. This means that Grace often builds up tension only to slightly undermine it (or to undercut a jaunty section with sudden fear-sounds). Red and purple coloured swirl vinyl on Deep Focus.

Mel Brooks & John Morris
Blazing Saddles

Mel Brooks is known for his hilarious parody movies and Western parody, Blazing Saddles is arguably his greatest work. The attention to detail Brooks paid to the film was mirrored in its soundtrack. Along with John Morris, Brooks created a perfect parody of Western movie scores that took a pop at every cliche going. The main theme, sung by none other than Frankie Laine was nominated for an Oscar.

Tuxedomoon & Cult With No Name
Blue Velvet Revisited

Blue Velvet Revisited is a recent making-of documentary for David Lynch’s classic movie, and we all know what David Lynch films sound like don’t we? What a tantalising soundtrack commission for Tuxedomoon and Cult With No Name to try and capture that atmosphere, which they achieve with noirish jazz and chamber music.

Aleix Pitarch
Canis

The soundtrack to a 15 minute stop motion film of the same name, Canis. To add to the eerie, dark atmosphere of the film, Alex Pitarch created 15 minutes of drone and dense industrial sound. A 10” in coloured grey and white swirl vinyl, hand numbered, liner notes from Robert Nevitt of the Celluloid Screams film festival, Sheffield, comes with download card. Limited to 250 copies.

Georg Holm, Orri Páll Dýrason, Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson and Kjartan Holm
Circe

Composed especially to accompany a forthcoming BBC documentary on vaudevilles and circuses, Circe is the product of Georg Holm, Orri Páll Dyrason, Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson and Kjartan Holm (mostly members of affiliates of Sigur Ros). The record is a continuous, pulsing instrumental thing, sounds quite wonderful. On Krunk.

Max Richter
The Leftovers - Music From The HBO Series - Season One

Famous for his subtle and emotional modern classical albums, Max Richter is also renowned in the score writing business. His latest efforts for the Leftovers are striking as always, focusing on minimal piano tracks accompanied by the subtlest of strings. With careful themes, Richter creates entire worlds of sound.

Various
Litmus Original Soundtrack

Andrew Kidman is a filmmaker and a musician: here is the soundtrack to his avant-surf cinematic classic, Litmus. Kidman is represented via his band The Val Dusty Experiment, and a number of other artists, including Galaxie 500 and The Screaming Orphans also contribute tracks. On Anthology Recordings.

Andrew Kidman
Glass Love

Andrew Kidman is both filmmaker and musician, and this release contains his self-composed soundtrack to his 2006 film Glass. Kidman apparently made the music first and then let the film (which centers around surfing) follow the sound, which is an admirable approach indeed. LP release on Anthology Recordings.

Rayon (Markus Acher)
Il Collo E La Collana

Rayon, the solo-project of The Notwist’s Markus Acher, is mostly concerned with the production of soundtracks. For Eleonora Danco’s newest movie N-capace, Acher made the music: Il Collo E La Collana. Like we’ve come to expect from the Alien Transistor label, the soundtrack is strange, disorienting and beautiful. Expect simple musical themes and careful, stretched-out glitches. 

Warren Ellis
Mustang (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Warren Ellis has long been a dab hand at soundtracking films, and for Mustang he steps away from his usual cinematic partner-in-crime Nick Cave. Ellis’ strings lead proceedings, with a good couple of other instruments following up. The results are wonderful, richly layered and with plenty of atmosphere. On the Milan label.

Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie XL
Mad Max : Fury Road

Latest super-action blockbuster Mad Max: Fury Road has been smashing its way into cinemas of late, with a suitably big, brash, and, to be fair, inventive soundtrack from Junkie XL, who feels serious enough here to use his birth name: Tom Holkenberg. 

Various
Low Down – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

The film Low Down is a biopic of Joe Albany, a well-regarded jazz pianist. The soundtrack to such a film is, of course, a great opportunity, and this OST release combines some of Albany’s greatest recordings with other tracks featured (Thelonious Monk, Max Roach) and selections from Ohad Talmor’s original score. On Cinewax.

The The
Hyena

The soundtrack to the film Hyena from The The. This is a twenty track album, along with a hardcover book featuring exclusive material including interviews, photos, and notes from the director Gerard Johnson. Dealing with police corruption in Bayswater and Queensway, it’s an uncompromising movie with a soundtrack to match. On CD from Cineola.

Zbigniew Preisner
Dekalog (Le Decalogue)

Polish film score composer Zbigniew Preisner is best known for his collaborations with influential Polish director and screenwriter Krzysztof Kieslowski for the ‘Three Colours’ film trilogy. This is the score to their first collaboration together, Kieslowski's 1989 television series The Decalogue, a series of ten, one hour films set in present day Poland, based on the ten commandments.

Jeff Mills
Woman In The Moon

Reinventing the soundtrack to Fritz Lang’s 1929 sci-fi classic Woman in the Moon, Jeff Mills is here to treat us all to a contemporary reworking of the accompanying music. Apart from updating the movie to suit our modern tastes, Mills’ soundtrack also deserves your attention in its own right.

Cliff Martinez
Far Cry 4 - Original Soundtrack

Total sketchy madness from Cliff Martinez with the Far Cry 4 - Original Soundtrack. I must say, I bloody love computer game music and this is no exception. It goes from some kitsch "middle-eastern" psy-trancey drum & bass into an atmospheric not-quite-traditional Indian and/or Indonesian vibe with tuned percussion. Always some industrial Reznor-esque-ness chucked in too. Out on CD from Invada. Where's my controller, I need a fix.
  • Vinyl Triple LP (INV143LP)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Nils Frahm
Music for the Motion Picture Victoria

Featuring collaborator and cellist Anne Müller, violinist Viktor Orri Árnason and ambient artist Erik K. Skodvin of Deaf Center on guitar, this is Nils Frahm’s first soundtrack score produced for German director Sebastian Schipper’s feature film ‘Victoria’. Filmed in one continuous take in Berlin, the film follows the story of a wayward party girl on a night out that quickly turns into a crime spree. The dramatic atmospheric changes in the film are perfectly complimented by the score as it changes from fully charged techno to remorseful, anxious piano compositions.

Mike Sena
Bali High

Great little curio here: the soundtrack to a 1981 surf film quickly put together by Mike Sena after the filmmaker realised that using pre-existing music might lead to legal difficulties. Sena does an excellent job with Bali High, his soundtrack carrying great energy and excitement, with genre flavours from all over the place. On Anthology Recordings’ Surf Archive series.

Various
Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll

Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll is an important forthcoming film about the musical history of Cambodia before the Vietnam War overspilled and destroyed the country’s artistic freedom. Many of the artists on this accompanying music were consequently killed, making the vitality and joy of these performances all the more powerful. On Dust to Digital.

Ennio Morricone
A Fistful of Dollars

One of Sergio Leone's several thousand renowned Spaghetti Westerns, 'A Fistful Of Dollars', also has a fantastic soundtrack, which is being reissued on 10" with all seven original tracks. The music was written by Ennio Morricone, and is based on old arrangements that he Spaghetti-ified for Leone's benefit -- he layered whistles on top of his old work to give the soundtrack its signature sound.
  • Vinyl 10" (GDMEP6502R)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
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Tan Dun
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

This is the original soundtrack album of the 2000 Academy Award- and Golden Globe Award-winning film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon starring Yun-Fat Chow, Michelle Yeoh, Ziyi Zhang and Chen Chang. Composed by Tan Dun, originally performed by Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai National Orchestra, and Shanghai Percussion Ensemble.

Stephen Rennicks
Frank - Original Soundtrack

The Michael Fassbender-starring film Frank was one of the more interesting pictures of the last few years, taking the story of Frank Sidebottom and running with it in new fictional directions. Stephen Rennicks’ soundtrack does a great job of conjuring a memorable Fassbender-fronted band, and this vinyl release also includes incidental music. Limited edition of 500 copies.

Various
Frank - Music And Songs From The Film

It's the soundtrack to 'Frank', the totally quirky film about a guy who joins a weird band and tweets about it a lot. The soundtrack is performed in-film by the many stars who make up the cast. The film is based somewhat on Frank Sidebottom, the cartoon alter-ego for Freshies frontman Chris Sievey, a renowned comedian/musician of the 70s and 80s. Hence that weird paper mache styled head.
  • Vinyl LP (SILLP1478)
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  • Limited edition
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Jeff Russo
Fargo - Original Soundtrack

'This is a true story…' well, probably not but Noah Hawley's critically acclaimed television remake of Joel & Ethan Coen's black-comedy crime-drama Fargo (starring Martin Freeman, Billy Bob Thornton among others) has been an resolute success, ushering in a second season (due in 2015) and a vinyl pressing of the series' O.S.T composed by Tonic frontman and composer Jeff Russo (Tonic, The Unusuals, Power). Russo' score uses a simple method to tap into the psychology of each of the stories characters, assigning them specific instruments and motifs to reflect their personality traits.  First pressing is limited to 1000 numbered copies in thematically conscious ice-white vinyl.  

John Carpenter
Lost Themes

Moody and back in the present. John Carpenter arrives. Soaring synths, crystal piercing tones and brooding echoes can be found. Lost Themes is one to grab you and stay with you. Carpenter is also joined by his son Cody (Of the band Ludrium) and Daniel Davies (Who scored I, Frankenstein). Sacred Bones are known for their spook and this one will pull you right out of bed. We all know what John can see and hear. Now we all want back into that world, again...or do we ? Tense stuff.

Sven Libaek
Inner Space

Inner Space was made by Sven Libaek to soundtrack a 1973 documentary series on whatever it is that lurks under the sea. It started what became known as 'underwater jazz' - a swirling aquatic take on jazz exotica that is beautifully melodic. The soundtrack got a second lease of life in 2004 whebn several tracks were used in The Life Aquatic With Steve Zizzou.

Vernon Elliot
The Clangers

Until the day comes when we can hear the Button Moon soundtrack pressed onto vinyl we must be content with this re-press of Vernon Elliott's soundtrack for Oliver Postgate's classic The Clangers series for infants. Recorded in a church hall in Kent in the late '60s this was originally released to acclaim on Trunk in 2001. 
  • Vinyl LP (JBH078LP)
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Cristobal Tapia De Veer
Utopia 2 - Original Television Soundtrack

The eccentric and violently fantastic TV conspiracy thriller Utopia owes much of its success to this completely unique soundtrack. With mangled samples, electro-acoustic experiments, nonsensical rhythms and Cristobal Tapia de Veer’s classical training being stretched beyond repair, the second series' soundtrack works well alone. Now we know the show hasn't been renewed for a third season you best revel in it. Originally just a CD, you can now grab yourself the LP. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (SILLP1463)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Brian Reitzell
Hannibal Season 2 (Original Television Soundtrack)

Brian Reitzell is doing a myriad different things in the musical sphere, but he's been a master of neo-classical for a minute, and his soundtrack for Hannibal Season 2 is another high watermark moment in his career as a composer. As dark and violently transgressive as the TV show, Reitzell's music wavers between form and formlessness, playing them off against each other until they come to a bloody end in the dark. Turn the lights off on your way out.

Brian Reitzell
Hannibal Season 1 (Original Television Soundtrack)

Television's spookiest and probably grossest show, 'Hannibal', needs a soundtrack to make you jump and clutch at the nearest pillow in fear. The diverse sounds composer Brian Reitzell is charged with creating for the show jump from chilling IDM, dark ambient, acoustic percussion, avant-jazz and neo-classical tranquillity. Each sound is another twist of the knife. It's not exactly pleasant, but it is compelling.

Craig Safan
Warning Sign - Original Soundtrack

Some vegetable stock from Craig Safan. Warning Sign - Original Soundtrack is a vinyl pressing from the 80's horror / sci-fi film score baron. It's jammed with many a synth, one for every occasion - fear, happiness, suspense, action - you want some sounds to accompany your on screen life? Safan's got you covered. Got a load of unreleased sounds for you too. Out on double LP and CD from Invada.

Delia Derbyshire
The Delian Mode

Delia Derbyshire is the undisputed queen of experimental electronics. Her work with the Radiophonic Workshop was nothing short of pioneering and of course her best known work is the Dr Who theme which literally everybody on the planet likes. That's how genius it is. Here's a 7" by her which is expensive yet sexy. It features two tracks, one of which was written for a TV documentary in 1967 and it features Delias voice and a green lampshade.Anything goes in Radiophonic world! Those crazy cats!
  • Vinyl 7" (SIL71458M)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • Last copy

Cliff Martinez
The Knick

Cliff Martinez is responsible for making deadpan synth drones that creep through the eeriest films; he supplemented Nicolas Winding Refn's violent psychological thriller 'Drive' with ambient music that took the film's dark electro-pop and actualised its tense potential. Now, he's gone and made the score for 'The Knick', a new TV series about innovative doctors working in a probably very creepy hospital. 

Quincy Jones
The Italian Job

The Italian Job soundtrack was composed by Michael Jackson's producer Quincy Jones and includes 'on days like these' and 'getta bloomin move' on which is referred to as the self preservation society which has been used in numerous commercials and is synomous with the film. This release features up graded art and new notes by Johnny Trunk and also come in a 12" vinyl edition.

God Help The Girl
God Help The Girl Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

God Help The Girl is a musical feature film, written and directed by Stuart Murdoch, lead singer of the group Belle and Sebastian. It was produced by Barry Mendel and stars Emily Browning, Olly Alexander and Hannah Murray. The music takes centre stage and many songs resemble in their musical aspect the other work of Stuart Murdoch and Belle and Sebastian. The film was shot, edited, scored and mixed in Glasgow and is released theatrically by Amplify Releasing.

Jimi Hendrix
Rainbow Bridge - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Rainbow Bridge was the second posthumous release after his untimely death. Long bootleged on vinyl, this is the first official LP release in many years and has been lovingly remastered by Bernie Grundman on 180g, and sounds better than it probably did back when it was first released in 1971. It features such legends as Buddy Miles, Noel Redding and even everyone's favourite girl group The Ronettes.  

Brian Reitzell
Watch_Dogs (Original Game Soundtrack)

Brian Reitzell's score to the highly-anticipated computer game WATCH_DOGS. Full of infectious beats and atmospheric, retro-futuristic synths, the score is a further achievement from composer Reitzell, who has previously written music for the highly-rated U.S drama series HANNIBAL as well as working on multiple scores with acclaimed director Sofia Coppola, the latter of which has featured collaborations with French band AIR and Kevin Shields of MBV fame.

John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
Halloween II

It's getting to the point where it feels like every other LP in the Norman stockroom is some sort of John Carpenter reissue - surely a testament to the enduring appeal of the work of the legendary film director/composer. 1981’s ‘Halloween II’ saw Carpenter linking up with Alan Haworth to rehash the music of the hugely successful first ‘Halloween’ film for its follow-up. You know the drill by now - spooky synths, ominous bass, off-kilter melodies that make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, that sort of hting. This new Death Waltz edition (when is a John Carpenter release not the death Waltz edition these days?) contains new artwork by John Mann.
  • Vinyl LP (DW7R)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Last copy

Various
Ghostbusters

2014 marks the 30th anniversary of the iconic 1980's move "Ghostbusters" & its classic soundtrack. This x10 trk, 120gm, LP Vinyl format is being reissued after a long time out of print & is limited to 1k units. Tracks: 1. Ghostbusters (Ray Parker Jr.)2. Cleanin' Up The Town (The Bus Boys)3. Savin' The Day (Alessi Brothers)4. In The Name Of Love (Thompson Twins)5. I Can Wait Forever (Air Supply)6. Hot Night (Laura Branigan)7. Magic (Mick Smiley)8. Main Title Theme - Ghostbusters (Elmer Bernstein)9. Dana's Theme (Elmer Bernstein)10. Ghostbusters (Instrumental) (Ray Parker Jr.)

Various
Wish I Was Here

It's the soundtrack from that new Zach Braff movie that got kick-started into existence! 'Wish I Was Here' is about being a thirty-something year old and having a mini existential crisis; the soundtrack responds fittingly, featuring a bunch of Braff's well-known favourites from Garden State and Scrubs, such as The Shins, Coldplay (doing an original song with Cat Power), and Radical Face. There are also songs from Gary Jules (the dude who covered Tears For Fears' "Mad World" for Donnie Darko), Allie Moss, and two whole Bon Iver tracks, including the exclusive "Heavenly Father". No Frou Frou, though.  Tracks: So Now What (The Shins) Broke Window (Gary Jules) The Mute (Radical Face) Cherry Wine (Live) (Hozier) Holocene (Bon Iver) The Shining (Badly Drawn Boy) Mexico (Jump Little Children) Wish I Was Here (Cat Power & Coldplay) Wait It Out (Allie Moss) The Obvious Child (Paul Simon) Breathe In feat. Wafia (Japanese Wallpaper) Heavenly Father (Bon Iver) Raven's Song (Aaron Embry) Mend (The Weepies) No One to Let You Down (The Head and the Heart)

Anand Wilder & Maxwell Kardon
Break Line The Musical

‘Break Line’ is Anand Wilder (Yeasayer co-founder, vocalist / multi-instrumentalist) and Maxwell Kardon’s passion project, created with a community of friends and ten years in the making. ‘Break Line’ is cultivated from a story created back in 2004, a classic tale of betrayal, pride and love lost set to music inspired by concept albums and rock operas of the 1970s.

Dustin Hamman
Beneath The Harvest Sky: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Dustin Hamman (who can normally be found lending his distinctive vocals and songcraft to Portland, Oregon outfit Run On Sentence) presents his eclectic and engaging soundtrack for Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly’s indie rite-of-passage flick Beneath The Harvest Sky. Styles range from bedroom acoustics to furious cowpunk and homemade funk rock. Not a million miles away from Beck’s similarly titled 1994 lo-fi debut EP A Western Harvest Field By Moonlight and therefore highly recommended to slackers and losers (or perhaps 'drivers' and 'winners') everywhere.
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Various
The Music Of ITC

ITC Entertainment, aka Incorporated Television Company were renowned for producing TV shows in the ‘60s and ‘70s with ultra cool soundtracks. Show such as The Prisoner, Man In A Suitcase, The Persuaders and Department S boasted cool actors in cool suits were set against a backdrop of cool orchestral jazz-ish music.The Music of ITC compiles the best of the incidental music from these TV shows.

Mogwai
Les Revenants Soundtrack

Les Revenants was the third soundtrack LP from Scottish post-rock titans Mogwai. It contained thirteen tracks of shorter more subdued material which lacked perhaps the explosive elements of their usual work but had a brooding intensity that perfectly soundtracked the successful TV series. Contains a cover of  Washington Phillips What Are They Doing in Heaven Today? - a rare cover song in the Mogwai canon.  

Various
Pulp Fiction

The Pulp Fiction soundtrack is one of the best soundtracks ever released. Really. I mean, where else will you find Dusty Springfield, Al Green and biblical references soaked in the blood of the deserving? Apart from a bible belt high school dance, of course. Vinyl as part of a ‘Back in Black’ release from UMC celebrating the best albums ever.
  • Vinyl LP (1111031)
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Paul Giovanni
The Wicker Man Original Soundtrack

The soundtrack to the deliciously creepy British classic The Wicker Man has had a varied and interesting past: long story short, musical director Paul Giovanni’s ideal soundtrack album has never been widely available before on vinyl. Traditional folk with pitch-dark undercurrents, very atmospheric. On white vinyl, thanks to Silva Screen.

Various
Dr. No - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

It's 'Dr No', one of those spy films where James Bond is very charming, orders drinks at bars, raises his eyebrows and kills other, less nice spies. The soundtrack gets a reissue here on vinyl, showing off the original score and of course giving us that pretty famous James Bond theme tune, which is performed by the John Barry Orchestra.

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