John Carpenter in association with Alan Howarth ‎– Halloween II (Original Filmmusik)

Celine Records ‎– CL 0009
Vinyl, LP, Album

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A1 John Carpenter Halloween-Thema 4:31
A2 John Carpenter Laurie's Thema 2:53
A3 John Carpenter Er Weiß, Wo Sie Ist! 1:00
A4 John Carpenter Laurie Und Jimmy 3:04
A5 John Carpenter Mord 4:33
B1 John Carpenter Die Gestalt In Laurie's Zimmer 1:35
B2 John Carpenter Mrs. Alves 1:42
B3 John Carpenter Schritte Im Parkdeck 1:25
B4 John Carpenter Michael's Schwester 3:03
B5 John Carpenter Die Gestalt Stapft Weiter 3:05
B6 John Carpenter Im Operationssaal 1:49
B7 The Chordettes Mr. Sandman
Lyrics By, Music By – Pat Ballard

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Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to John Carpenter's movie "Halloween II", starring Donald Pleasence and Jamie Lee Curtis, written by John Carpenter and Debra Hill, directed by Rick Rosenthal, Executive Producers Irwin Yablans and Joseph Wolf.

Recorders And Equipement:
Stephens 821-A 24 trk, Tascam 80-8 trk, dbx 155 Noise Reduction (2), Otari 5050-B 2trk, Tapco 7424 Mixing Consoles, Furman PQ-6 Parametric EQ, Furman RV-1 Reverbs (2), Technics Cassette, MXR DDL, Mutron Phasor.

Prophet-10, Prophet-5, ARP Avatar (2), ARP Quadra, ARP Sequencer, Roland CSQ-600/Sequencer, Sequential Circuits 700 Programmer, Linn LM-1, Drum Computer.

Cover taken from origianl movie poster art (Copyright 1982 by Cinevox-Filmverleih, München).
Backside by permission of Varese-Sarabande Records, Inc.
LP Cut done by Internationales Musikstudio Nürnberg

Dolby Stereo
© 1981 Universal City Studios, Inc
Manufactured under License from Varese Sarabande Records, Inc., USA

Track B2 is incorrectly spelled "Mr. Alves" on the sleeve.

Half-Speed Mastered

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  • Label Code: LC 8730
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): ST CL 0009-A-H
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): ST CL 0009-B-H

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March 23, 2018
Everything was ok and went perfect. I can recommend the seller.


August 6, 2003

Believe it or not: John Carpenter is not only one of the better horror film directors, but also is a pioneer in electronic dance music. It sounds like something between Kraftwerk and Moroder, but is also more repetitive and less cheesy. It's a shame nobody thought of dancing to it or did they???