ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK Revolver. Rare 1973 Italian first edition 11-track LP on a deep groove mustard label, featuring Morricone’s fantastic score to the Oliver Reed movie. Includes the Synth Version of ‘Un Amico’. The picture sleeve has some light foxing & creasing with a few scuffs & mild marks. The vinyl remains near ‘as new’ with very few signs of play.
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Hans Zimmer – True Romance: Original Motion Picture Score
Enjoy The Ride Records – ETR062, Morgan Creek Records – none
Vinyl LP, Ltd Ed Gunmetal Grey Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Purple
Released: 21 Jul 2017
Not to be confused with the soundtrack, which features all the great music associated with every film stamped “Tarantino”. This is the first ever release of the original score, composed by Hans Zimmer. For soundtrack collector’s that’s even better. Great gatefold illustration too. The photo doesn’t capture it but there is spot varnish on various parts of the image, like the mirror and the blood spatter. Awesome.
NEW RELEASE (SOUNDTRACK)
I think I quite like cinematic Mogwai. The big cresendoes are absent, which focuses the music in a manner which fits the soundtrack genre more suitably. I’ve not seen the movie, but the soundtrack to Kin sounds contemplative but hopeful. That might just be a reflection of the ears but as humans, we attach meaning to music. The music gets us through, it soundtracks every last aspect, allows us access to extract from it what we need.
I need music. I am dead without it. Mogwai will help me get by.
Isaac Hayes – Tough Guys
Enterprise – ENS 7504
Took me a few years but I found it. I collect any and all blaxploitations soundtracks, funk is always assured.
“Alright, either you got the car started for you’re a dead man”