limited edition of 500 numbered copies on transparent, red splattered 180g vinyl, housed in a gatefold sleeve.
the rambo trilogy of films has defined the 1980s action cinema and retained a cult following. composer brian tyler’s thunderous score incorporates themes from jerry goldsmith’s previous work and has been hailed by rambo fans as an excellent continuation to the music of the series.
released for the first time on vinyl is max richter’s emotive and minimal score to damon lindelof’s tv series about a post-apocalyptic global event where 2% of the world’s population disappears without explanation. richter’s approach explores the feelings of the protagonist’s family, the garveys, through intimate, small scale music. he tackles this psychological landscape by bringing a ritual quality to the score, while themes of departure and loss are represented by a sense of sonic decay, relying on the instrumentation of a few sustained tones on pianos, harps and celesta. max richter is a classically trained composer that defies boundaries. trained at the royal academy of music and finishing his studies under the tutelage of avant-garde composer luciano berio in florence, richter’s career has followed many paths. his musical output ranges from ballets (wayne macgregor’s infra), reinventions of classical works (vivaldi’s four seasons), collaborations with the future sound of london, roni size and vashti bunyan to writing scores for film and tv (waltz with bashir, lost and found, last days on mars) and solo work (memoryhouse, the blue notebooks, 24 postcards in full colour).
TERMINATOR 2 - JUDGMENT DAY O.S.T. (LTD 180G 2X12 LP)
2x12" Vinyl lp, 180gr UK09.09.14
• a limited edition of just 750 copies worldwide
• gatefold sleeve double album
• 180g vinyl
one of the finest action movie soundtracks ever written, brad fiedels iconic terminator 2 soundtrack will be released on vinyl for the first time. the claustrophobic layering of electronic sounds and orchestral instruments create a tense sonic landscape which has become synonymous with the films theme of the battle between man and machine.