The king of music-puzzle games returns with its first all-new instalment in over 5 years. Lumines Electronic Symphony marks the return of Q Entertainment's landmark puzzle series bringing together addictive block-dropping puzzle action an all-new 3D graphics engine and some of the most significant names in electronic music history.
Erscheinungsdatum: 12.12.2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Electronic body music, Titelzusatz: Front 242, Nitzer Ebb, Poésie Noire, Front Line Assembly, Covenant, Leæther Strip, ThefucKINGFUCKS, Infest, Oomph!, Spetsnaz, Sturm Café, Armageddon Dildos, Schnitt Acht, Thessalonian Dope Gods, Grendel, Trivalia, MentalEscape, Die Krupps, Verlag: Books LLC, Reference Series, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS // E-Commerce // General // see also COMPUTERS // Electronic Commerce, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Einzelne Wirtschaftszweige, Seiten: 52, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 120 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Waxwork Records is proud to present MANIAC Original Netflix Series Soundtrack by Dan Romer. Starring Jonah Hill and Emma Stone, MANIAC is a 2018 psychological dark sci-fi series that follows two strangers who connect during a mind-bending pharmaceutical trial. The soundtrack by Oscar nominated composer Dan Romer is an orchestral and electronic hybrid with incredible production and diverging sounds. Playful electronics alternate between fast moving and ambient synth work. Chasing percussion transitions seamlessly with dramatic, lush strings. The soundtrack to MANIAC is a textural playground that caters to any listener. Like the series, the soundtrack is cerebral, emotionally provoking, and hypnotic. Waxwork Records had the pleasure of creating a deluxe 2xLP soundtrack package to MANIAC featuring 180 gram neon yellow and pink vinyl, old style gatefold jackets with overall UV gloss coating, printed inserts, and design by Aesthetic Apparatus. Limited Edition Colour Vinyl The Complete Series Music By Composer Dan Romer 180 Gram Neon Yellow and Pink Colored Vinyl, Limited to 200 copies Old Style Gatefold Jackets with Overall UV Gloss Coating Printed Inserts Design By Aesthetic Apparatus
Supercar was the second Gerry Anderson show to use the Supermarionation technique. An impressive thirty-nine episodes were produced between 1961 and 1962, so Barry Gray had to produce the music fast and on a limited budget. He composed a series of themes for locations, situations and characters. The main star of the show, Supercar, is given the heroic theme, whilst the rest of the score veers between charmingly whimsical to support the dialogue and menacing when underlining the drama. The forty-piece orchestra was conducted by Gray himself. Barry Gray was amongst the first composers to use electronic instruments in music for television. One such instrument was the Ondes Martenot, used to produce otherworldly musical motifs and fragments and later to create sound effects for Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. Pressed on Sherbet Lemon Vinyl Original TV Soundtrack First Ever Vinyl Release Track Listing - 1. Supercar Series One Main Titles 2. Full Boost Vertical 3. The Headhunters and Sargon 4. Whimsical Antics 5. Masterspy Theme/Pleasant Theme 6. What Goes Up 7. Supercar Series Two Main Titles 8. The Runaway Train 9. Precious Cargo 10. Zizi’s Song 11. Super Stork 12. Hi-jack 13. Calling Charlie Queen 14. The Beakette Danube 15. Space For Mitch 16. Jail Break 17. The Day Time Stood Still 18. City Lights 19. Gifted Gorilla 20. Supercar Extended Theme
Labrinth has had a busy couple of years, scoring his first TV series with HBO’s Euphoria, releasing an album with his new supertrio, LSD (with Sia and Diplo), and co-writing the Beyoncé song “Spirit” as part of Disney’s recent Lion King movie. This wide array of projects is nothing new for the London-based singer-songwriter-producer, whose music spans electronic, hip-hop, R&B, gospel, and jungle, among other sounds. Labrinth attributes this genre-mashing to the influence of his childhood home — an “unofficial music school,” as he puts it, where his eight siblings each came in listening to a giant grab bag of artists. “I’m this 12-year-old kid being a sponge to all of these energies,” he says. “It’s like a bag of Skittles when I’m creating music.” His style got the attention of Sam Levinson, creator of Euphoria — which paved the way for Labrinth’s opportunity to score the show. His soundtrack, due out in album form this Friday, hums with soft electricity, perfectly complementing the journey of the main character, Rue, a teenager caught in limbo between the euphoria of a drug high and the harsh consequences of addiction. “When you look back to your teenage days,” he says, “it feels semi-magical but semi-crazy and semi-psychotic. I wanted to make sure the music felt like those things.”
Waxwork Records is proud to present SORCERER Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Tangerine Dream. Directed by William Friedkin (The Exorcist, Cruising) and starring Roy Scheider, Sorcerer is a 1977 intense, existential thriller that follows four outcasts from varied backgrounds that meet in a South American village. They are then assigned to transport cargos of aged, poorly kept dynamite that is so unstable that it is sweating its dangerous basic ingredient, nitroglycerin. The mounting expense to make the film required the involvement of two major studios, and production was troubled with its various filming locations in multiple countries, often times within dangerous rainforests and raging rivers. Sorcerer was a commercial failure and this has long been attributed to the George Lucas’s Star Wars which was released one month earlier, instantly becoming a pop-culture phenomenon and forever changing how Hollywood movies were made. Sorcerer has enjoyed a critical re-evaluation and is now widely considered to be a cinematic masterpiece. The film’s music by German Krautrock and electronic group Tangerine Dream features the band’s first film score. Before the explosion of electronic and synthesizer based film scoring prevalent in the 1980’s in movies such as Blade Runner and The Terminator, and before the explosive modern day interest and revival of successful synth-scored TV series’ and movies such as Stranger Things and Drive, the music to Sorcerer by Tangerine Dream is a wildly influential blueprint and example of how movie scoring could be approached. Director William Friedkin instinctively sensed this during a chance encounter while witnessing a secret Tangerine Dream concert deep within the German Black Forest in an abandoned Church in the mid 1970’s. The Complete Film Music By Tangerine Dream Re-mastered For Vinyl 180 Gram “Rainforest Green and Black” Swirled Vinyl Exclusive Liner Notes by Director William Friedkin New Art by Tony Stella Deluxe Packaging Old Style Gatefold Jackets With Satin Coating Track Listing – 1. Main Title 2. Search 3. The Call 4. Creation 5. Vengeance 6. The Journey 7. Grind 8. Rain Forest 9. Abyss 10. The Mountain Road 11. Impressions of Sorcerer 12. Betrayal (Sorcerer Theme)
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
Waxwork Records is proud to present FRIDAY THE 13TH PART VI: JASON LIVES Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Harry Manfredini! Available for the very first time on vinyl, and sourced from the original 1986 master tapes, Waxwork is thrilled to release the long awaited soundtrack to the fan favorite installment of the Friday The 13th Franchise. The film follows Jason Voorhees who, after accidentally being ressurrected, stalks yet another group of camp counselors. This version of Jason, a now undead and more supernatural version of the character, would become the standard depiction of the masked slasher for the rest of the series. The score by Friday The 13th veteran composer, Harry Manfredini, features his biggest and most bombastic score to date in the series. Working with a full orchestra and with the budget to include updated sound design and electronic work, Manfredini takes the franchises music to new heights before his hiatus from the series, returning years later to score Parts 9 (Jason Goes To Hell) and 10 (Jason X). Pressed to 180 gram Electric Purple vinyl, and with all new artwork by Ghoulish Gary Pullin, the score to JASON LIVES is housed in deluxe packaging and is ready to terrorize your turntable! Available For The first Time On Vinyl Art By Ghoulish Gary Pullin 180 Gram “Electric Purple Lightning” Marble Vinyl (Clear w/ Purple and White Veins) Sourced From The Original 1986 Masters Deluxe Packaging
Death Waltz Recording Co. is proud to present an 8XLP box set containing the entire original scores to A Nightmare On Elm Street A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddys's Revenge A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master A Nightmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child Freddys Dead: The Final Nightmare Wes Craven's New Nightmare A Nightmare On Elm Street is one of the most successful and beloved horror franchises in history and we are thrilled and honored to be releasing the entire series as a vinyl box set featuring 8 LPs from the original series, all remastered for vinyl by James Plotkin with incredible original artwork from Mike Saputo and a 12-page booklet featuring extensive liner notes and interviews with key composers and cast members. The music of Elm Street is a huge part of the series, each film having its own unique sound and feel. Charles Bernstein created the original score, and Freddy’s main theme that was used throughout the series. His score to the first film is nothing short of a landmark horror score and utterly defines American horror in the '80s - super downbeat, eerie and metallic. Christopher Young (Hellraiser) supplied the score to Freddys's Revenge, and takes the themes down a more orchestral route, layering sounds upon sounds to create a truly scary listen. Angelo Badalamenti (Twin Peaks) composed the score Dream Warriors. Here he crafts moody textures and a woodwind section to create a dreamlike score that fits the theme of PART 3 perfectly. Craig Safan was bought on to compose The Dream Master, and with the help of a synth-clavier synthesizer he created one of the craziest horror scores of the '80s. Yeah, sure, it's scary and creepy, but it's also a ton of fun and totally unique. For The Dream Child, Jay Ferguson delivers a synth-heavy score with nods to fairground music and layers of church organs and weird choral samples. For The Final Nightmare, Australian composer Brian May mixes electronic and orchestrations to stunning effect and for the final film in the series. In New Nightmare J. Peter Robinson gives us a super lush orchestrated nightmare that harkens back to Bernstein’s original.