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Howard ShoreVideodrome - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Label:Varèse Sarabande – STV 81173
Format:
Vinyl, LP
Country:US
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Genre:Electronic, Stage & Screen
Style:Soundtrack, Score, Experimental, Ambient

Tracklist

A1Welcome To Videodrome4:10
A2801 A / B7:16
A3A Slow Burn4:47
B1TV Or Not TV5:01
B2TV Passions6:17
B3Pins And Needles3:03
B4Long Live The New Flesh3:29
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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): STV 81173 A2 IAM RD KM-10876-A2 + KM +
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): STV 81173 B2 IAM RD KM-10876-B2 + KM +

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Videodrome - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (CD, Reissue)Varèse SarabandeVSD-5975Germany1998
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Videodrome - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (CD, Reissue)Volcano (3), Varèse SarabandeCPC8-1039, noneJapan1998
New Submission
Videodrome - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (CD, Reissue)Varèse SarabandeVSD-5975US1998

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fotogink's profile picture
fotogink
Announced as a 2021 Death Waltz review ! You may want to wait !
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Dance_Synthesis
waxwork, death waltz etc one of you need to get onto reissuing this
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TekstaMembrain
Surprised this goes for a lot, its also kind of annoying since this is my favorite movie and I can't really buy the soundtrack because of those high prices.

Not even David Cronenberg movies are safe from discogs prices...
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hectix2
This needs a reissue ASAP, come on mondo, I know you can do it
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MaxRenn
Howard Shore has written many fantastic scores, like "The Silence of the Lambs" or "Seven", but his best are the ones for David Cronenberg. Like Videodrome. This is his only purely synthesized score, and it's great. Like the film it is disturbing and extremely dark. And it's unique. The music appears to be rather simple: there's a bassline, there's an organ, there are electronic noises and breathing sounds. This does not explain what it does to me, though. I mean, Shore is a genius, achieving with limited means what others wouldn't get done with three computers, six samplers and twenty synths. This is no easy stuff on the album, it's even abrasive and really noisy at times, but for heaven's sake-check it out!
The first track is a perfect opening for the album-it's a music-and-sound-effects-track and contains some disturbing vocal samples-and it's so deep, very deep, as deep as the whole album. Also check "801 A/B"(oh, what a great name!), the best presentation of the film's main theme. And there's "Pins and Needles", a track that will break your heart. Pain and pleasure, indivisible.