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  1. http://buysoundtrax.com/larsons_soundtrax-6-1-16.html New SOUNDTRAX column by Randall D. Larson with interviews with John Ottman (X-MEN: APOCALYPSE) and Ben Foster (THUNDERBIRDS ARE GO!)
  2. The OST is up for pre-order on Amazon UK http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00IUA5FC0
  3. http://buysoundtrax.greedbag.com/buy/halloween-the-sound-of-evil-0/ Now available for download at the Buysoundtrax.com GREEDBAG store for either $7.99 (MP3) or $8.99 (WAV) BuySoundtrax Records is proud to scare the bejeezus out of you this fall with the release of HALLOWEEN: THE SOUND OF EVIL – MUSIC FROM THE HALLOWEEN FILM SCORES, a newly recorded collection available digitally on October 2, 2013. The collection is the first to celebrate the music from the eight films in the original series and the two films in the re-imagined series and includes music by John Carpenter, Alan Howarth, John Ottman, Danny Lux, and Tyler Bates. The album is arranged and produced by Dominik Hauser. Filmmaker John Carpenter created not only the slasher film that reinvented the genre, but the music that would define terror for decades to come. “The piercing tonality of his shrill synth sustains took on the gleaming sheen of a butcher knife’s blade, while the electronic stabs of lower-end synth chords became the brutal blows of the killer’s slashing arm and the repetitive, tinkling piano notes became the spine-chilling icicles dripping down your spine,” describes Randall D. Larson, author of Musique Fantastique: 100 Years of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Film Music in the liner notes. Happy Halloween!
  4. Jack the Giant Slayer Release Date: February 26, 2013 1. Jack and Isabelle (Theme from Jack the Giant Slayer) (3:56) 2. Logo Mania (1:00) 3. To Cloister (1:28) 4. The Climb (2:41) 5. Fee Appears (3:16) 6. How Do You Do (2:23) 7. Why Do People Scream? (3:17) 8. Story of the Giants (3:22) 9. Welcome to Gantua (4:12) 10. Power of the Crown (1:21) 11. Not Wildly Keen on Heights (2:19) 12. Top of the World (2:30) 13. The Legends Are True / First Kiss (3:43) 14. Rodericks Demise / The Beanstalk Falls (5:36) 15. Kitchen Nightmare (3:24) 16. Onward and Downward! (3:19) 17. Waking a Sleeping Giant (2:21) 18. Chase to Cloister (5:19) 19. Goodbyes (2:29) 20. The Battle (5:31) 21. Sniffing Out Fear / All is Lost (5:07) 22. The New King / Stories (4:17) Total Time: 1:12:51 And samples. According to Filmmusicreporter, it will be released digitallly.
  5. This is on sale right now if you can travel to the San Diego Comic Con, otherwise it will go up for sale on La-La Land's website Thursday July 19th at 1pm PST. So there's been no official press release or track listing posted yet, however, I found the track list online and figured I'd start the thread now. Source:http://whoo.warmbutter.com/cds/x2.php
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