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Danny Elfman
Darkman

Sam Raimi’s Darkman, 1990, came about when he failed to get the permission to make Batman or The Shadow. He created his own story where a superhero is borne out of misfortune and tragic lost love. The film has a score written by Danny Elfman who has scored many films for Tim Burton and unlike Raimi, worked on Batman. It mixes orchestral passages with disturbing carnival music. Reissued LP on 180g fluorescent orange with red swirl vinyl with new artwork.
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Richard Band
Bride Of Re-Animator

Gather round ye fans of 80s horror B-movies, and listen - for Richard Band’s score for the 1990 motion picture Bride Of The Re-Animator hath now been issued ‘pon vinyl! Forsooth, the olde filme was but a sequel to Re-Animator, another classic of the genre that told a tale of H. P. Lovecraft. Band hath heard it and found it good, and then he hath taken quill and ink and written musick for it of Arnold Schoenberg strings and Bernard Herrmann eyrieness. And now Waxwork hath set it to the wax disc! And Gallic squire Jérémy Pailler hath penned new cover artwork for the show! Rejoice ye in the streets.
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Richard Einhorn
The Prowler (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Horror movie soundtrack fans, how are you doing? It's been a long time since October so maybe you've felt slightly neglected? Well, here's one for you, the soundtrack for Joseph Zito's slasher The Prowler. The soundtrack by Richard Einhorn combines the electronic with the orchestral to provide a suitably unsettling backdrop to the film. On Waxwork.
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Goblin
Tenebrae

The cinephiles at Waxwork hop on the Goblin reissue train. This soundtrack to Dario Argento’s 1982 Giallo classic Tenebrae was composed by three core members of the group (Claudio Simonetti, Fabio Pignatelli, and Massimo Morante). It’s a fun mix of ghoulish Italo disco, campy horror atmospherics ala John Carpenter and tense post-punk-funk.

Goblin
Phenomena

Waxwork Records love a bit of Goblin. Their latest reissue drawn from the archives of the legendary Italian film-score band features some of their most beloved work - the music for 1985’s Phenomena. Goblin head-honchos Claudio Simonetti and Fabio Pignatelli pulled out all the stops for this one. Across this expansive record we get John Carpenter-esque machine music, blissful ambiences, library funk, lush synth-pop and everything in-between. This release is the first time that Simonetti and Pignatelli's Phenomena score has been presented in full on one record, and if that's not enough it also includes a load of bonus material. Nice!
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Christopher Young
Drag Me To Hell (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

So your choice is this - we can either drag you to hell, or you can drag Christopher Young’s score for Drag Me To Hell into your shopping basket. Your call, wise guy. Seeing as young Young - he who composed the music for Hellraiser and A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge - did a pretty good job with the soundtrack for the cult 2009 comedy-horror flick, we suggest the latter.
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Keith Emerson
Inferno (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Nowadays people know Suspiria as the 2018 horror flick that provided Thom Yorke with the opportunity flex his film-scoring muscles for the first time. However, what fewer people realise is that Suspiria is actually an updated version of Dario Argento’s 1977 movie of the same name, and that Argento’s Suspiria was followed with sequel Inferno three years later. Inferno is notable for being one of Argento’s only films that wasn’t scored by Goblin. In this instance Argento enlisted the services of Keith Emerson - he of Emerson, Lake & Palmer - and got himself an OST that mixed Carpenter-ish electronics, microtonal string pieces ala György Ligeti and proggy keyboard vignettes. Now Inferno’s music has been remastered and reissued courtesy of Waxwork.
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John DuPrez
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Original Motion Picture Score)

The film that kicked off the Turtles franchise, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was the first Turtles film from 1990. The John DuPrez score is action-packed and full of sweeping orchestral sounds alongside crunching '90s synths and some Eastern instrumentation too. A super package from Waxwork records - cowabunga!  
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Various
Manhunter (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Manhunter soundtrack, vinyl re-release, new artwork, yadda yadda yadda. What’s really important is that you know that this has Iron Butterfly’s ‘In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida’ on it, the song that was at the heart of one of the all-time great moments from The Simpsons. The feeling you’ll get from whacking that on and yelling ‘in the garden of Eden, honey!’ is worth the coin all by itself. Life's best pleasures are simple.
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Michael Abels
Get Out

Now that you’ve enjoyed Jordan Peele’s most original horror movie Get Out, you can submerge yourself in Michael Abels' soundtrack. It is pressed on ‘garden party’ green marbled vinyl with new artwork by American illustrator Leslie Herman. An insert with liner notes by director and writer Jordan Peele details how the pair approached matching the film and soundtrack. 180g 2LP on Waxwork.
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Various
The Exorcist (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

What possible words can be used to describe such an important film, with the sound world and score so central to its atmosphere? This iconic pairing is celebrated here with a remastered soundtrack, presented beautifully on smoke vinyl and with bounteous information and gorgeous packaging. Listen in the dark, obviously.
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Richard Band
From Beyond (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The 1986 film adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s chilling tale From Beyond contains a suitably tense soundtrack by Richard Band, scored for both classical instruments and synthesizers. The suite has been both remastered and expanded, and is pressed to ‘Pink Slime’ vinyl. Presented within a newly-designed sleeve and alongside new liner notes. On Waxwork.
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Les Reed & Rick Wakeman
Creepshow 2

Coincidentally the name I was gonna use for my Norman Records documentary, Creepshow 2 was originally a film from 1987 based on stories by Stephen King and directed by Michael Gornick. It featured 3 distinct segments all soundtracked by songwriter Les Reed and chief loon Rick Wakeman, who brought back some traditional orchestral and (then) contemporary electronic sounds from the centre of the earth.
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Harry Manfredini
House 1 & 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtracks)

House 1 and House 2 are a pair of cult horror films with a joyous B-movie aesthetic: I think the ‘Haunted’ is implied in the titles. They were both soundtracked by Harry Manfredini, and both soundtracks are presented here in fully remastered form, presented in some rather deluxe gatefold packaging with excusive new artwork.
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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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Danny Elfman
Goosebumps

Danny Elfman, composer of a million soundtracks, naturally had a hand in accompanying Goosebumps, a series with an impressive heritage (62 books!). It sounds highly dramatic and plenty spooky, and comes packaged in brand new artwork exclusively designed by Tim Jacobus, the illustrator of the books. On Waxwork.
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Harry Sukman
Salem's Lot - Original Television Soundtrack

Brought to us by Waxwork Records is the chilling Harry Sukman-produced, Salem's Lot - Original Television Soundtrack. This monster double vinyl clocks in at over one hour, and includes a host of creeping tracks. In being Sukman's final works before passing in 1984, this is a staple essential for any retro-horror fan.
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Richard Einhorn
Shock Waves - Original Motion Picture Score

Composed entirely on analog synthesisers, Richard Einhorn’s soundtrack to the 1977 horror film Shock Waves was alongside the first electronic soundtracks. Cold and sheer terror, the tracks play out like screaming machines, quite literally, Zombie Chase is horrific. Comes with liner notes from the director and Einhorn.
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John Corigliano
Altered States

Ken Russell’s 1980 sci-fi horror film Altered States is a pretty creepy, psychologically challenging picture. It has a soundtrack to match from John Corigliano, who uses every part of his orchestra to elicit dramatic tones and tunes that drawn on plenty of avant-gardeisms to achieve their impact. Remastered audio, reissued on purple and violet swirl vinyl with a glittery gatefold sleeve.
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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.
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