Strange Disc Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Paul McCullough
Night Of The Living Dead (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

As we’re sure you’ve already deduced from the title this is a new edition of the music from Tom Savini’s 1990 remake of George Romero’s classic horror flick Night Of The Living Dead. What you may not be aware of is that this Strange Disc reissue is the first time that Tom McCullough’s score has been pressed on vinyl. Neat. It's a very John Carpenter sort of affair, all spooky synths and nasty chords.

Jon McCallum
Surf Nazis Must Die (Original 1987 Motion Picture Soundtrack)

If you haven't watched 'Surf Nazis Must Die', it's about a bunch of Neo-Nazis who can surf and take control of a Californian beach -- then a grieving mother takes revenge on them with a lot of grenades. Yeah. Now, its soundtrack is being released by the newly launched Strange Disc Records. The score was never released alongside the movie, so this is its first official release: the music was composed and arranged by cult movie musician Jon McCallum, who decided the movie needed a good dosage of foreboding synth to go along with it. For fans of the dark ambient sound made by acts such as Tangerine Dream. 

Robert Tomaro
Slime City

Slime City is what you think it is, a grindhousey kind of horror film from the late 80’s. Robert Tomaro scores it with aplomb, bringing together of-the-time synths and rockabilly guitar touches with a composerly touch. Track titles include ‘You Crazy Bastard!’ and ‘Prelude To Sex’. 1000 copies on Strange Disc.

The Elm Street Group
Freddy's Greatest Hits

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