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The Dirt (Mötley Crüe)

Posted by Philippe Mouchon

Added on Saturday, February 23, 2019

The Dirt (Mötley Crüe)

Mötley Records presents a soundtrack album for the Netflix original movie The Dirt. The album features a number of Mötley Crüe classics, as well as four new songs.

Mötley Records presents a soundtrack album for the Netflix original movie The Dirt. The album features a number of Mötley Crüe classics, as well as four new songs. The single The Dirt (Est. 1981) (feat. Machine Gun Kelly is available to download. The soundtrack will be released digitally, on Cd and vinyl on March 22, 2019 are available for pre-order on Amazon. The film will premiere on March 22, 2019 exclusively on Netflix. The Dirt is directed by Jeff Tremaine and stars Douglas Booth, Daniel Webber, Iwan Rheon, Colson Baker, Tony Cavalero, Pete Davidson, Machine Gun Kelly, Rebekah Graf, Leven Rambin and David ...

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Lakeshore Records (February 23, 2019)

Posted by Philippe Mouchon

Added on Saturday, February 23, 2019

Lakeshore Records (February 23, 2019)

New Lakeshore Records releases this week !

New Lakeshore Records releases this week include the EA Games co-releases, Apex Legends (Stephen Barton) and Anthem (Sarah Schachner), and The Dragon Prince Season 1 and Season 2 animated series scores (Frederik Wiedmann)! And for the record collectors, the highly-anticipated score vinyl release to Altered Carbon and Legion Season 2 (both scores by Jeff Russo, hit shelves now!

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Ben Bagley's Kurt Weill Revisited

Posted by Robert Bettens

Added on Friday, February 22, 2019

Ben Bagley's Kurt Weill Revisited

There are certain composers whose music never ages. Times and styles may change, but somehow certain music lives on because the voice of the composer somehow remains fresh and unique, seeming to defy time. Kurt Weill was one of those composers. He worked with extraordinary collaborators, including Bertolt Brecht, Maxwell Anderson, Langston Hughes, Ogden Nash, Ira Gershwin, Alan Jay Lerner, and produced such classics as The Threepenny Opera, Street Scene, One Touch of Venus, The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny, Knickerbocker Holiday, Lady in the Dark, Lost in the Stars, and many others. Ben Bagley’s Kurt Weill Revisited was one of the most interesting in his long series of Revisited albums. As always with this series, Ben unearthed some ...

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Masters of the Universe

Posted by Robert Bettens

Added on Friday, February 22, 2019

Masters of the Universe

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe made their retail debut in 1982 as executives at Mattel wanted their own line of action figures to compete with Kenner's blockbuster Star Wars toys. Masters of the Universe went on to huge success in the 80s and spawned comics, a cartoon series and a movie produced by Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus for their company Cannon Group. Released in 1987, the film stars Dolph Lundgren and Frank Langella. It would go on to become a cult classic and notably became one of Cannon's last films. Featuring a blockbuster score by Bill Conti, we are proud to offer this score as a 500 unit limited edition. This edition features different cover art as well as newly commissioned liner notes by composer Edwin Wendler. For the ...

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Dedicato al mare Egeo

Posted by Robert Bettens

Added on Friday, February 22, 2019

Dedicato al mare Egeo

Dedicato al mare Egeo was a bizarre co-production produced between Italy and Japan from 1979, starring the famous Italian porn star Illona Staller (Cicciolina) and directed by the famous Japanese pinter, printmaker and novelist Masuo Ikeda (1934–1997) from his own script based on his novel “Ege-kai ni sasagu”, for which he won the Akutagawa Prize, the most prestigious literary award in Japan. Ikeda’s vigorous artistic activity even included screenplay writing and film directing. With this movie, Masuo Ikeda has undoubtedly left his mark on the ’70s Italian skin cinema. The awesome, full melodic score composed, orchestrated and conducted by Ennio Morricone was released in a Japanese LP (Columbia Records LX-7062) soon after the film came ...

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Delitto al circolo del tennis

Posted by Robert Bettens

Added on Friday, February 22, 2019

Delitto al circolo del tennis

Quartet Records and Cinevox presents a complete score premiere of a forgotten Italian masterpiece of psychedelia! Based on a novel by Alberto Moravia, Delitto al circolo del tennis, directed by Franco Rosetti in 1969, with cinematography by Vittorio Storaro, centers around four individuals: college professor Riccardo Dossi (Chris Avram), his lover Benedetta (Anna Gaël), his daughter Lilla (Angela McDonald) and student Sandro (Roberto Bisacco). The four of them will end up in a plot centered around sex, drugs, betrayal and even a murder gone wrong. The fascinating score was composed by Phil Chilton and Peter L. Smith, and is performed by the band The Rage Within (named after the movie's English title). The film itself was shaped in ...

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Il Diario proibito di Fanny

Posted by Robert Bettens

Added on Friday, February 22, 2019

Il Diario proibito di Fanny

Quartet Records and Gruppo Sugar presents a complete score premiere of tuneful Nora Orlandi delicious score. Written and directed by Sergio Pastore in 1969. Il diario proibito di Fanny is an anthology film starring Giovanna Lenzi as four different women, all named Fanny. The film touches upon all the hot-button issues of 1968: illegal immigrants from the Eastern bloc, the Prague Spring, the Italian star cult and even abortion. The score composed by Nora Orlandi (Il dolce corpo di Deborah, Lo strano vizio della Signora Wardh, Clint il solitario) follows the movie's main gimmick. Since all four characters are played by the same actress, Orlandi uses only a handful of motives and dresses them up in different disguises ranging from ...

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Il Sesso del Diavolo

Posted by Robert Bettens

Added on Friday, February 22, 2019

Il Sesso del Diavolo

Quartet Records and Gruppo Sugar presents a complete score premiere of a fascinating psychedelic Stelvio Cipriani score.

Quartet Records and Gruppo Sugar presents a complete score premiere of a fascinating psychedelic Stelvio Cipriani score. Oscar Brazzi's Il sesso del diavolo (aka Trittico) is a 1971 film, about disgraced surgeon Andrea questions his competency following a botched operation – his much younger wife Barbara and his medical assistant Sylvia tag along for a trip to Istanbul. When the sordid back story of their rented villa is revealed to them, our main characters get involved in weird hallucinations. The music composed and conducted by Stelvio Cipriani (Dedicato a una stella, Uccidere in Silenzio, Timanfaya) is built around a main theme fashioned after the classic ...

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Assassination Nation (Vinyl)

Posted by Philippe Mouchon

Added on Friday, February 22, 2019

Assassination Nation (Vinyl)

Lakeshore Records presents Assassination Nation (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - 'Raincoat Red' Vinyl by composer Ian Hultquist

The score is by Passion Pitt's’s former keyboard player and synthesist Ian Hultquist. It plays big on screen throughout the entire second half of the film, including extended sequences where it’s set to screen images for minutes at a time. This is the first truly contemporary electronic film score in some time that does not seek to duplicate the Stranger Things retro esthetic. Assassination Nation creates its own new and fresh contemporary electronic score that is both modern and very accessible to non-filmscore audiences in the same way that It Follows and Under The Skin did.

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Altered Carbon

Posted by Robert Bettens

Added on Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Altered Carbon

Lakeshore Records presents Altered Carbon Original Music by Jeff Russo. Available on 'Transparent Pink' Vinyl.

Altered Carbon is an American dystopian sci-fi cyberpunk tv series created by Laeta Kalogridis and based on the 2002 novel by English author Richard K Morgan, of the same name. The first season, 10 episodes, premiered on Netflix on February 2, 2018. It has been renewed for a 2nd season. The series takes place over 360 years in the future, with most episodes set in the year 2384, in a futuristic San Francisco, known as Bay City. In the future, a person’s memories and consciousness can be decanted in an alien created disk-shaped device called a cortical stack, which is implanted in the vertebrae at the back of the neck. These “stacks” can be transferred to new bodies after ...

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