VariousTransformers: The Movie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Label:Volcano (2) – 88875144321, Legacy – 88875144321
All Media, Record Store Day, Limited Edition, 30th Anniversary Edition
Vinyl, LP, Single Sided, Etched, Stereo, Red (Autobot)
Vinyl, LP, Single Sided, Etched, Stereo, Purple (Decepticon)
Genre:Electronic, Rock, Stage & Screen
Style:Soundtrack, Score, Glam, Heavy Metal, Arena Rock, Hard Rock


A1Stan BushThe Touch
ProducerRichie Wise
Written-ByL. Macaluso*, S. Bush*
A2N.R.G. (3)Instruments Of Destruction
ProducerErnie Burns*
Written-ByE. Petrangelo*, R. Ward*, S. Serpa*
A3Vince DiColaDeath Of Optimus Prime
ProducerEd Frugé, Vince DiCola
Written-ByV. DiCola*
A4Stan BushDare
Written-ByS. Shelly*, V. DiCola*
A5Spectre GeneralNothin's Gonna Stand In Our Way
Written-ByR. Bishop*
B1Lion (5)The Transformers® (Theme)
ProducerRichie Wise
Written-ByA. Bryant*, D. Aldrich*, F. Kinder*, N. Swan*
B2Vince DiColaEscape
ProducerEd Frugé, Vince DiCola
Written-ByV. DiCola*
B3Spectre GeneralHunger
B4Vince DiColaAutobot/Decepticon Battle
ProducerEd Frugé, Vince DiCola
Written-ByV. DiCola*
B5"Weird Al" YankovicDare To Be Stupid
ProducerRick Derringer
Written-ByA. Yankovic*


Record Store Day Black Friday 2015 Exclusive. Collectors Edition. Limited to 5000.

"Transforming" cover from Autobot themed jacket to Decepticon themed.

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  • Barcode: 8 88751 44321 1

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  • Lugenblatt's avatar
    Lol this will never be collectible. Incomplete track list and wtf is that artwork. Laughable cash grab aimed at Gen xers. Why'd yall take the bait?
    • MyspaceNihilist's avatar
      This is by no means a reissue, but a reinvention. This is the best record set I've ever purchased. The quality of the sleeve in itself makes it a tactile experience to hold and the richly detailed artwork, raised printing and matted texture make it feel painted and varnished.

      The vinyl couldn't be better. The music was cut like a glove fits a hand; zero distortion, no hot recording, flawlessly mixed and deep, loud grooves to boot. The logo etchings on both LPs are done cleanly and look brilliantly when held up to a light source.

      My only gripe is with the records. Though the vinyl is beautiful to look at and the decepticon LP has a lovely clear marbled swirl that refreshingly isn't gloated about on the hype sticker, large record labels blot out the etching when held out against a light. which is frustrating, since they're both one-sided and therefore don't actually need a label do distinguish which side is which.

      That hardly affects the set enough to ruin it. If you're a fan of the movie, then you're absolutely a fan of the deservingly-celebrated soundtrack. This edition will likely stand well into the future as the best physical iteration of the album. Don't miss the chance to pick it up before the price rises again and stays that way.
      • Tryonpl's avatar
        I'm a little shocked at how quickly this dropped in price. I saw it retailed for $37.99 and $39.99 at most stores, and yet discogs has already had two people sell for $20 and $25 respectively. Was 5,000 copies really so much as to glut the market? (This is the first year after the last three where I didn't go out for RSD and I'm shocked to see the one item I wanted plummet so much)
        • WeariedHalo6426's avatar
          Anyone know if the pressing number is etched or stamped on the record? Most RSD limited pressings tell you what number you got on the back panel. Mine's sealed and don't want to open it yet. :)


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