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BBC Radiophonic Workshop
BBC Radiophonic Music

Classic early electronic works from the likes of John Baker, David Cain and Delia Derbyshire on this album which was initially released in 1968 to celebrate ten years of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. A huge influence on contemporary electronica it showcases the way-ahead-of-their-time compositions of various TV themes and idents. 
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Barry Gray
UFO (Original Television Soundtrack)

Presented on double-lilac vinyl, this is the original soundtrack to short-lived television series ‘UFO’, the first-ever live-action series from Gerry and Sylvia Anderson - yes, the people behind ‘Thunderbirds’, ‘Captain Scarlet’ et al - and which aired between 1970 and 1973. Composed by inimitable Barry Gray with his trademark dramatics! 
  • Vinyl Double LP (SILLP1597)
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John Carpenter
The Fog

"Record shop collapses under weight of John Carpenter releases". Thank god we have good solid flooring as the John Carpenter re-issue frenzy continues unabated with this 7" containing two of the most recognisable themes from his soundtrack to The Fog. Not many of these and they are on red vinyl so move fast.   
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Jerry Goldsmith
Legend

The film Legend, dating from 1995, was made with two different soundtracks. History has favoured Jerry Goldsmith’s effort, and with good cause. The dramatic orchestral score is presented here in an extended form; this is also the first time it has appeared on vinyl. 180g 2LP with a poster, from Silva Screen.
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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" (SIL71458B)
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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.
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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)
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David Arnold
Good Omens (Original Soundtrack)

Good Omens - you know, the TV show about Satanism - was scored by Sherlock/Casino Royale composer David Arnold. Good Omens has that Stranger Things/Sabrina vibe to it where it’s kind of spooky and kind of campy at the same time, and Arnold’s compositions really add to the effect. Nice stuff with a hint of the Harry Potters about it. Silva Screen are the ones responsible for putting the music on wax.
  • Vinyl Double LP (SILLP1593)
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Cristobal Tapia De Veer
Utopia - Original Television Soundtrack

Utopia lays claim to having one of the best and innovative TV scores of recent times, as evidenced in its critical acclaim from writers far and wide. So, this September it will be getting a vinyl release for the first time. Recorded entirely in Borough train station, it features sounds and field recordings from the eclectic to the eccentric, this is a must-have for any Utopia fanatic. What’s more- it comes in yellow coloured vinyl, naturally. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (SILLP1437)
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Ja Wan Koo
The Villainess (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The Villainess is a critically acclaimed South Korean action thriller directed by Jung Byung-Gil. The film takes inspiration from films such as Kill Bill, Nikita and South Korean classic, Oldboy. The soundtrack is by Ja Wan Koo who has also written soundtracks for Proof Of Innocence, Cheese In The Trap and Duck Town. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (SILLP1576)
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Max Richter
La Prima Linea

Max Richter has the chops to soundtrack any film you can throw at him, and this 70’s Italian terrorism drama is no exception, even if that setting might seem quite far from usual Richter territory. That stately style brings out the melancholy strains of the story, and the melodies will live on in the mind long after the film has faded from the screen.
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BBC Radiophonic Workshop
The Radiophonic Workshop


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Ryuichi Sakamoto - performed by Brussels Philharmonic and conducted by Dirk Brossé
Music for Film

Ryuichi Sakamoto has a hell of a repertoire when it comes to film soundtracks, so it is only right and proper that he was honoured by the Brussels Philharmonic at the World Soundtrack Awards this year. This suite of Sakamoto’s finest accompaniments stretches from the classic ‘Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence’ right up to ‘The Revenant’, all newly performed. 

Ron Grainer
Omega Man

Ron Grainer is surely best known for penning the Doctor Who main theme that Delia Derbyshire would so unforgettably arrange for the TV series. Hitherto confined to a Film Score Monthly CD release, his score for 1971 post-apocalyptic Charlton Heston flick The Omega Man is now waxtastic at last. Fabulous seventies-cinema orchestral funk.
  • Vinyl Double LP (SILLP1561)
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John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
Escape From New York

Wowzers, total power team up here from film soundtrack-synth wizards John Carpenter and Alan Howarth. This is a reissue of their classic accompaniment to Escape From New York, present here in expanded form: the first time this version has been pressed to vinyl. Double LP remastered from the original tapes (naturally), on Silva Screen.
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Roger Limb and The BBC Radiophonic Workshop
The Box Of Delights (Original TV Soundtrack)

In 1984, Roger Limb - with the aid of the Radiophonic Workshop - took on the job of scoring the BBC’s adaptation of Masefield’s 1935 fantasy adventure classic ‘The Box of Delights’. Silva Screen are reissuing the score which combined orchestral work with the kind of innovative electronic tampering you’d expect from the Radiophonic Workshop.
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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.
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Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard
Batman Begins: Music From The Motion Picture


  • Vinyl Double LP (SILLP1316)
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Abel Korzeniowski
Nocturnal Animals (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The new, highly-acclaimed Tom Ford film has a soundtrack from the same composer who worked with Ford on A Single Man, Abel Korzeniowski. It's certainly a collaboration that works, with Korzeniowski providing some very interesting sound beds for the romantic dramas of Nocturnal Animals to play out over. The original soundtrack is released on lovely lovely lovely vinyl because God loves you.
  • Vinyl LP (SILLP1525)
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Don Harper
Doctor Who: The Invasion

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

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

Various
Swinging Mademoiselles

This collection, out on limited-edition neon pink vinyl via Silva Screen, features rare tracks from the heyday of France's Yé Yé phenomenon, in which sultry young French women, armed with a dreamy innocence, sang sparkling, swinging Gallic pop. Featuring Petula Clark, Jacqueline Taieb and Katy David, expect vibrant vocals and alluring hits. 

Bernard Herrmann
North by Northwest (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

It may not be the most well-known of Bernard Herrmann’s scores (hello Psycho), but the score for Hitchcock’s North by Northwest perfectly captures the composer’s ability to blend melodic and atonal elements, creating tense, engaging and avant garde pieces for large orchestra. Now it’s been beautifully repressed on double vinyl LP from Silva Screen.
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Hans Zimmer / Jacob Shea / David Fleming
Blue Planet II


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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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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 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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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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Delia Derbyshire / Brian Hodgson / David Vorhaus
Electronic

This will be of fascination to fans of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop as it is a 1969 collaboration between two of their best and brightest and American musician David Vorhaus with whom they then went on to form the ridiculous experimental electronic band White Noise. These tracks were intended as TV production music and many were used on cult 60's programme 'The Tomorrow People'. 

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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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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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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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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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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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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Various
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.

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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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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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.
  • Vinyl Double LP (SILLP1317)
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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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Mark Ayres
Doctor Who - Ghost Light

Dr. Who from back when it was 1989 and he was played by a man named Sylvester McCoy, apparently. 'Doctor Who - Ghost Light' is about the usual sci-fi antics, I'm sure, though I don't think any daleks are involved. Mark Ayres scored the music, in what was one of his final recordings for 1/4" tape before the world went all digital -- ah, the olden days. Now you can hear it on vinyl.
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Toru Takemitsu
Ran - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Ran is the last epic of legendary director Akira Kurosawa, and it was soundtracked by Toru Takemitsu, one of Japan’s finest 20th century composers. Takemitsu engaged with the influence of Mahler on this score, but also brought in plenty of his own bold approaches to composition. This double LP release on Silva Screen is the first time this full version of the score has appeared on vinyl.
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Jerry Fielding
The Nightcomers

The Nightcomers is a gothic horror tale from 1971, starring Marlon Brando. Set in a grand country house and with lots of creepy goings on, there is much for film composer Jerry Fielding to sink his teeth into, and this fully-orchestrated soundtrack is tender and dramatic and highly cinematic. 180g vinyl release on Silva Screen.
  • Vinyl LP (SILLP1499)
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BBC Radiophonic Workshop
The Soundhouse

The BBC Radiophonic Workshop was responsible for nurturing talents such as Delia Derbyshire, and developing madness through experimental hand-cut tape loops and signal generators before synthesizers were available. This is a reissue of the first work made by them with the invention of the first digital polyphonic sampler, which cut their workload massively.

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.
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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.
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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
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.
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John Carpenter
The Fog - New Expanded Edition Original Film Soundtrack

John Carpenter not only directed his 1980 spooky pirate movie The Fog, he also personally soundtracked it. Is there no end to the man’s talents? Dramatic organs and creepy synth arpeggios do an admirable job of setting the tone. And it was remastered by erstwhile collaborator Alan Howarth. This double disc set on Silva Screen contains 20 minutes of music not previously released.
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