Dark Star (o.s.t - Expanded &remastered)

“Music Composed By John Carpenter-cd !”

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Cat. No.WRWTFWW007CD
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- The most comprehensive cd edition of the original motion picture soundtrack for John Carpenter’s first feature film, Dark Star (1974). - For the fans of John Carpenter, sci-fi movie soundtracks, electronic experimentations, and strange cd releases. Also, for surfers. - Includes the sought-after “When Twilight Falls on NGC 891″ by Martin Segundo & the Scintilla Strings, for the first time ever on a John Carpenter-related release. Tracklist LP: 01 - Music, Sound Effects And Dialogue Excerpts Part 1 (Remastered) 25:10 , 02 - Music, Sound Effects And Dialogue Excerpts Part 2 (Remastered) 25:51 , 03 - Martin Segundo and the Scintilla Strings “When Twilight Falls on NGC 891 3:47 , 04 - Alan Howarth - Doolittle’s Solo (Remake) 1:19 05 - Dominik Hauser - Benson Arizona (Remake) 2:37 WRWTFWW Records is ecstatic to bring back the original motion picture soundtrack for John Carpenter’s Dark Star (1974) with added bonuses that are sure to satisfy all cult sci-fi soundtrack completists of the galaxy (and further). This limited edition is a remastered version of the original motion picture soundtrack consisting of incidental music, sound effects, John Carpenter’s early synth experimentations, dialogue excerpts, and vintage interferences extracted directly from the film roll. The bonuses contains “Ode to a Bell Jar” remade by loyal Carpenter collaborator Alan Howarth (Escape from New York, Christine, Big Trouble in Little China, They Live…), the fan favorite “Benson Arizona” remade by Dominik Hauser and the very sought-after “When Twilight Falls on NGC 891″ by Martin Segundo & the Scintilla Strings (in the real world *James Clarke’s Spring Bossa). It all comes in slick thermostellar triggering digipack with a brand new artwork and invisible hyperdrive electronics - the best way to relive the Dark Star adventure and celebrate John Carpenter’s first directorial feature film released in 1974 and co-written by (and starring!) all around legend Dan O’Bannon (Alien, Li

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