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1 review | 5 people love this record: be the 6th! First up to accompany me melting into a pool of sweaty filth we play the soundtracks to Norman J Warren's 'Terror' and 'Prey' movies. These 1970's UK horror movie OST's by Ivor Slaney have never been issued and come on one LP each taking up a side and also on CD. It's a real mixed bag of eerie synthesizer stuff, piano, straight up tunes, weird jazz, bits of dialogue, short interludes and incidenta ... »

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Terror/Prey - The Original Unreleased Soundtrack by Ivor Slaney
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5 people love this record. Be the 6th!
8/10 Ant Staff review, 02 July 2009
First up to accompany me melting into a pool of sweaty filth we play the soundtracks to Norman J Warren's 'Terror' and 'Prey' movies. These 1970's UK horror movie OST's by Ivor Slaney have never been issued and come on one LP each taking up a side and also on CD. It's a real mixed bag of eerie synthesizer stuff, piano, straight up tunes, weird jazz, bits of dialogue, short interludes and incidental strangeness. I've never seen any of the films but they look cool. The Prey blurb reads "Carnal Lust That Defies Expectation" which made me chuckle. There's an ace short evil sounding track with birds tweeting on it that's followed by a freaky analogue synth and collapsing piano workout that's one of the highlights of the record. You have to wade through a few not so interesting bits but when you reach the good stuff it's really rewarding. One for the crate diggers that like library music and such obscurities.

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