Death Waltz will continue their quest to reissue seemingly every John Carpenter soundtrack with the release of the score to The Fog.
Soundtrack reissue specialists Death Waltz Recording Co have revealed details of one of the tastiest Record Store Day vinyl line-ups in recent memory.
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Soundtrack reissue specialists Death Waltz have revealed details of their next release, the score from John Carpenter’s cult 1988 movie They Live.
“I’m surprised I’m a functioning member of society”: In discussion with Death Waltz’s Spencer Hickmanby Juno Plus on 29.10.2012 at 11:11am
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.
Striking visual concepts were key to our favourite record sleeves from September with a few usual suspects present and correct.
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.