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    I don't know of a Brain Damage release but Ship To Shore did Frankenhooker/Basket Case 2 so maybe they'll get around to it?

    This was announced the other day. Close enough to horror to count.

    http://www.indiewire.com/2016/08/twi...se-1201714577/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt H. View Post
    Has the soundtrack for BRAIN DAMAGE ever been released?
    Not officially, but you have a PM, homie.

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    Waxwork Records is proud to present the Original Motion Picture Score to THE HOWLING. Composed by Pino Donaggio (Carrie, Don’t Look Now, Tourist Trap), Waxwork’s new, deluxe vinyl release of THE HOWLING has been expanded, re-mastered for vinyl, pressed to 180 gram colored vinyl, and features full package artwork by Francesco Francavilla.


    Directed by Joe Dante (Gremlins, The 'Burbs), THE HOWLING follows a newswoman sent to a remote mountain resort after a string of fatal incidents with a serial killer, unaware that the resort inhabitants are werewolves. THE HOWLING is regarded as one of the greatest werewolf films of all time, and since it’s 1981 release, has accumulated a cult following. The success of THE HOWLING aided in propelling director Joe Dante’s career, and prompted Warner Bros. to hire him to direct GREMLINS.


    The score by Pino Donaggio blends classic-horror orchestral cues as well as minimal synth and sound effects. The new Waxwork Records release of THE HOWLING is expanded with 12 bonus tracks previously unavailable of the original 1981 soundtrack release.


    The Complete Score By Pino Donaggio
    Expanded and Re-Mastered For Vinyl
    180 Gram “Silver Bullet” Vinyl (Blood Red Vinyl with Silver Haze Center)
    Deluxe Packaging with Old Style Tip-On Gatefold Jackets
    Artwork By Francesco Francavilla
    12 Bonus Tracks

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    Special Christmas offer over at Simon Boswell's online store, double white vinyl Hardware soundtrack signed by Boswell and Richard Stanley: http://www.simonboswell.com/_p/prd15...hristmas-offer!!!
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    Waxwork Records is thrilled to announce the 30th Anniversary soundtrack release of the 1987 horror cult-classic, EVIL DEAD 2.

    Directed by Sam Raimi and featuring Bruce Campbell reprising his role as Ash Williams, EVIL DEAD 2 is known not only as the quintessential entry of the EVIL DEAD TRILOGY, but also of 1980’s cult-classic horror cinema as a whole. EVIL DEAD 2 remains the outstanding follow up to 1981’s THE EVIL DEAD, picking up where the first film leaves off, with even more blood, possession, dismemberments, deadites, and with generous elements of slapstick comedy.

    The music by composer Joseph Loduca (The Evil Dead, Army Of Darkness, Ash Vs. Evil Dead) is the sophisticated follow up to the first film’s outstanding soundtrack, engrossing the listener in classic orchestral horror, electronic cues, and haunting lullaby compositions.

    Available again for the first time in 30 years, Waxwork Records is proud to present the deluxe, re-mastered-for-vinyl 30th Anniversary edition of the soundtrack to one of the most beloved films in the history of horror cinema. EVIL DEAD 2 features 180 gram colored vinyl, heavyweight old-style tip on jackets, 11” x 11” printed inserts, and all new artwork by Justin Erickson of Phantom City Creative.



    180 Gram “Ash” (Blood Red, Blue, and Brown Swirl Vinyl)
    Re-Mastered For Vinyl
    Heavyweight Old-Style Tip On Gatefold Jacket
    11” x 11” Printed Insert
    All New Art By Justin Erickson of Phantom City Creative


    180 Gram “Oldsmobile Delta 88” (Yellow Vinyl)
    Re-Mastered For Vinyl
    Heavyweight Old-Style Tip On Gatefold Jacket
    11” x 11” Printed Insert
    All New Art By Justin Erickson of Phantom City Creative
    Vortice Mortale - The Lost Highway of Horror and Cult Film

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    Olds yellow is sold out. That's a sweet package.

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    Rejected sound tracks from The Exorcist

    (main theme and end titles)

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    Occurs to me as we're getting into these more obscure soundtracks, and it's a question that hasn't really been asked...which is surprising for a film forum with film fanatics...is, what are the sources for these fancy package reissues? Are we getting digital sources (ie, CD masters) transferred to vinyl? Are they coming from original analog master tapes? Have they been remastered? I'm not pointing fingers here, or saying that people don't care, but here and in other forms of social media, there's a lot of talk about packaging and extras, like postcards. If these were new blu-ray releases, it would be "Which transfer did they use? Does this include the missing 30 seconds that was available on the Dutch VHS", etc.

    anyway, this came to mind recently when i purchased a reissue of the Fire Walk With Me soundtrack, which I cancelled when I realized that it was missing "Sycamore Trees" and one other track.

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