Soundtrack reissue specialists Death Waltz have revealed details of their next release, the score from John Carpenter’s cult 1988 movie They Live.
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The Death Waltz Recording Company has been one of the standout imprints in a year that has seen a glut of new labels with a sole or prominent focus on releasing vinyl. It began by reissuing seminal cinema scores; the first two releases were Escape From New York – one of John Carpenter’s finest moments – and Fabio Frizzi’s Zombie Flesh Eaters, which were followed by a flurry of OSTs including Donnie Darko, Let The Right One In, The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue, and three more Carpenter/Howarth masterpieces: Prince Of Darkness and, most recently, Halloween II and III.
The Death Waltz Recording Co’s fascination with the work of John Carpenter and Alan Howarth gets a lot more interesting with the news they plan to release several more deluxe versions of the duo’s soundtracks.
Cult cinema soundtrack specialists Death Waltz have unveiled their latest project: a reissue of John Carpenter and Alan Howarth’s score of 1987 horror flick Prince Of Darkness.