Waxwork Records is thrilled to announce the release of CHILD’S PLAY Original 1988 Motion Picture Music by Joseph Renzetti! CHILD’S PLAY is a 1988 American horror film directed by Tom Holland and starring Brad Dourif and Catherine Hicks. The film is based on the story by Don Mancini of a widowed mother that gifts her son, Andy Barclay, with a popular “Good Guy” doll for his birthday, unaware that the doll is possessed by the soul of a serial killer named Charles Lee Ray. The film immediately gained a cult following, and its success spawned a multi-media franchise that includes a series of six sequels and a remake of the original movie. It remains one of the paramount and classic horror movies from the 1980’s. The Chucky character has earned his rightful place alongside other slashers and horror icons such as Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, and Jason Voorhees. CHILD PLAY’s electronic / orchestral hybrid film score by Joseph Renzetti is a fan favorite that was released on the vinyl format only once prior in 1989 after the theatrical release of the movie. Ominous synth drones, pulsing electronic percussion, and nightmarish de-tuned harpsichords round out the terrifying score. The music of CHILD’S PLAY moves from hellish soundscapes to driving, chase-like rhythms in violent fashion. Waxwork worked with MGM to acquire the complete CHILD’S PLAY score from the original 1988 master tapes. The score has been re-mastered for vinyl and housed within deluxe packaging including 180 gram “Chucky” colored vinyl, new artwork by Phantom City Creative, and old style tip-on gatefold jackets with satin coating. Features: The Complete 1988 Score By Joe Renzetti Sourced From The Original Master Tapes Re-Mastered For Vinyl New Art By Phantom City Creative 180 Gram “Chucky” Colored Vinyl (Disc 1 - Fire Orange w/ Blood Splatter.Disc 2 - Red, White, and Blue with Blood Swirl). Old Style Tip-On Gatefold Jackets w/ Satin Coating
Ein Cover zum Niederknien... Eine herrliche Fundgrube mit Soundtracks italienischer Filme der 60er /70er vom Mann hinter Mah nà Mah nà (Muppet Show, Sesamstrasse)nnEin Cover zum Niederknien... Eine herrliche Fundgrube mit Stücken von Piero Umiliani, dem legendären Soundtrack-Komponisten italienischer Filme der 60er und 70er und dem Mann hinter Mah nà Mah nà (Muppet Show, Benny Hill, Sesame Street). We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want Records is thrilled to announce the vinyl re-release of sought-after experimental gem Il Mondo Dei Romani by soundtrack and avant-garde maestro Piero Umiliani, remastered straight from the original reels and available for the first time since 1972! Originally recorded for a TV documentary about ancient Rome and released on Omnicron (Umiliani's label), Il Mondo Dei Romani finds Piero Umiliani experimenting with electronic instruments (his oscillators) to offer a fascinating rendition of what synthesizer-based avant-garde ancient Roman music would sound like - a weird and extremely hypnotizing retro-futuristic experience where faux cithara, lyre, organ, and trumpet sounds are driven by proto-techno sequences and minimalist rhythms. This brilliant electronic oddity is the perfect companion to WRWTFWW's previous Piero Umiliani release, Tra scienza e fantascienza, and is a limited edition of 500 orange vinyl LPs (no digital). ABOUT PIERO UMILIANI Born in 1926, Piero Umiliani began his career as a jazz pianist (occasionally recording with Chet Baker) and started working on film soundtracks in the late 50s. Known as the man who brought jazz to Italian cinema, he left his mark on a long series of notorious Giallo and Mondo movies, soft sex films and Eurospy thrillers, getting praise for mastering sleazy funk, experimental electronica, or jazzy themes, and making a name among his peers named Ennio Morricone or Riz Ortolani. It was with the Swedish Mondo Sweden Heaven and Hell that Piero landed his biggest hit - the infamous Mah nà Mah nà (originally Hooray for the Swedish Sauna) which would later be used in Sesame Street, The Muppet Show, Benny Hill and many more. TRACKS: tbc
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. "I''ve Got a Life (It''s the Only Thing That''s Mine)" is a song recorded by pop music duo Eurythmics. It was written by Eurythmics members Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart and produced by Stewart. The song was one of two newly recorded tracks included on Eurythmics'' second greatest hits package Ultimate Collection and the only one of the two released as a single. The song is an electronic dance tune with uplifting lyrics of empowerment. Its music video featured Lennox and Stewart performing the song in front of many television screens showing scenes from videos spanning their Eurythmics career. Lennox also reprised her "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" image by performing the song in a man''s suit (her hair was not shaved and colored orange, however).