Last updated: Monday 20th May
Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” visits 1969 Los Angeles, where everything is changing, as TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) make their way around an industry they hardly recognize anymore. The ninth film from the writer/director features a large ensemble cast and multiple storylines in a tribute to the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age.
Personally curated by Tarantino himself, the soundtrack is a love letter to the music of 1960s era Hollywood. The Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood soundtrack features over 20 standout tracks from artists such as Paul Revere & The Raiders, Deep Purple, and Neil Diamond, as well as vintage radio advertisements, creating a true time capsule of a golden era of filmmaking.
Box set collecting the main themes and singles from “Nausicaa Of The Valley Of The Wind”, “Castle In The Sky” and “My Neighbour Totero” soundtracks plus a randomly coloured (blue, red or yellow) disc of instrumentals.
Also includes a Studio Ghibli Records Original 7″ Adapter.
Season 3 of the groundbreaking and occasionally baffling David Lynch drama was again scored mainly by Angelo Badalamenti, though with assistance from Johnny Jewel, Dean Hurley and David Lynch himself. This Death Waltz edition is on double vinyl (one ‘cherry pie’ coloured, one ‘machine room grey).
Goblin’s incredible soundtrack to the equally incredible Dario Argento movie.
The title track was a No.1 single in Italy and the album stayed at No.1 for a staggering 15 weeks.
“Suspiria (Music for the Luca Guadagnino Film)” is a soundtrack album by Radiohead singer Thom Yorke, written for the 2018 horror film Suspiria and released on 26 October 2018 by XL Records. It was produced by Yorke and Sam Petts-Davies. “Suspiria” is Yorke’s first feature film soundtrack, and incorporates instrumental tracks, interludes, and songs. One track, “Suspirium”, was shortlisted for the 2019 Academy Award for Best Original Song.
Dylan’s 12th album and first soundtrack, originally released in 1973.
The soundtrack consists primarily of instrumental music and was inspired by the movie itself, and included “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door”, which became a trans-Atlantic Top 20 hit.
Last pressed by Trunk in 2001, finally a repress of the pastoral British jazz soundtrack from the classic 1969 Ken Loach film. Only 19 minutes long and fits perfectly on a one-sided LP.
Sleevenotes by Jarvis Cocker and he says:
“The sound of long-lost childhood…The smell of a damp school cloakroom, from an age when comics were
still printed on newsprint…But this is more than just a product of the nostalgia industry –put on this album
and immediately you’ll be soaring through the air, free of your earth shackles; for this is the sound of a
human soul in flight. A beautiful daydream antidote to an all too real South Yorkshire nightmare. This is the
real thing. This is beauty so fragile it hurts.”
Hitchcock’s classic 1964 movie was scored by the legendary Bernard Herrmann and this deluxe package includes two scarlet vinyl LPs cut at 45rpm, a CD with the complete score plus unused/alternate cues and a 2-Track 7″ black vinyl single featuring Nat King Cole’s rendition of “Marnie” c/w The Main Theme.
All-new Biffy Clyro material on this soundtrack album for the Jamie Adams-directed movie “Balance, Not Symmetry”.
While the collection often explores Biffy’s gift for arena-filling anthems on the likes of ‘All Singing and All Dancing’, ‘Tunnel and Trees’ and ‘Touch’, the album as a whole leans towards introspection and experimentation. The foreboding yet elegiac ‘Gates Of Heaven’ is quite unlike anything that the band have recorded before, ‘Colour Wheel’ switches to a more ethereal ambience and ‘Touch’ echoes the emotional power of previous Biffy classics such as ‘Many Of Horror’ and ‘Re-arrange’.
The album also includes three mood-setting instrumentals (‘Pink’, ‘Navy Blue’ and ‘Yellow’) plus a studio recording of ‘Different Kind of Love’, which originally featured on last year’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ album.
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