John CarpenterThe Fog (New Expanded Edition Original Film Soundtrack)

Label:Silva Screen – SILLP1301
Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, White
Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Green
Genre:Stage & Screen
Style:Soundtrack, Score


A1Ghost Story
A2The Journal
A3Seagrass Attack
A4Andy On The Beach
A5Where's The Seagrass?
A6Stevie's Lighthouse
A7Something To Show You
A8An Evil Plan
A10Walk To Lighthouse
B2The Fog Approaches
B3Knock At The Door
B4Fog Reflection
B5Andy's In Trouble
B6The Fog Enters Town
B8Number 6
B9The Fog End Credits
C1Prologue From The Fog
C2Theme From The Fog
C3Matthew Ghost Story
C4Walk To The Lighthouse
C5Rocks At Drake's Bay
C6The Fog
C7Antonio Bay
D1Tommy Tells Of Ghost Ships
D2Reel 9
D3Main Theme - Reprise
D4The Fog Rolls In
D5Blake In The Sanctuary

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Vinyl reissue of the soundtrack from the movie "The Fog" by John Carpenter. First Pressing on double 180 gram coloured vinyl. Limited Edition. Gatefold Sleeve. One green vinyl, one white vinyl. Hype sticker on shrink wrap.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 738572130176
  • Label Code: LC07371
  • Matrix / Runout (White/Side A): BF04777-02 A1 JP
  • Matrix / Runout (White/Side B): BF04777-02 B1 JP
  • Matrix / Runout (Green/Side C): BF04777-02 C1 JP
  • Matrix / Runout (Green/Side D): BF04777-02 D1 JP

Other Versions (5 of 26)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
The Fog (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album)Varèse SarabandeSTV 81191US1984
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The Fog (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (CD, Album)Varèse Sarabande, Varèse SarabandeVCD47267, VCD 47267US1984
The Fog (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Cassette, Album)Varèse SarabandeCTV 81191US1984
The Fog - Nebel Des Grauens (Original Filmmusik) (LP, Album, Stereo)Colosseum (2)CST 8002Germany1985
The Fog (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (CD, Album, Reissue)Varèse Sarabande, Varèse SarabandeVCD47267, VCD 47267Europe1989
  • Zanshin-Music's avatar
    Edited 12 months ago
    Overpriced rip-off: 30 Euro (or often more) for a 2xLP that has nothing but a budget quality gatefold cover is not acceptable. Yeah, I bought it anyway because I love this soundtrack so much and hoped to get a better pressing than the Death Waltz version which is full of cracks and pops. Guess what, this one is even worse, can't listen to it!

    Edit: I had the chance to compare it to the second pressing, and that one is much better, only very few light cracks. The second pressing is on thinner vinyl though (probably 140 g), while the first pressing seems like 160 g. Also, the first pressing's green is more pastel like and solid, while the second pressing's green is clean and transparent.
    • lee.c.dylan's avatar
      A few loud cracks right at the start on each side, but otherwise very quiet and smooth. Awesome presentation!
      • KillThyKing's avatar
        Beautiful release with white and green records. Sounds incredible. John Carpenter's best in my opinion.
        • Qub-Es's avatar
          Great pressing as far as I'm concerned. No problem with pops in my experience. Both high and low end are fantastic. Lots of content on here too. Super happy for the price paid!
          • Le_Mage's avatar
            My copy is dead silent, quite perfect for this great ambient score. Very good job from Silva Screen.
            • DanaHolmes's avatar
              In reference to the YouTube video posted of this entire record. Jesus - surface noise to the max on the vinyl! That sucks to be quite honest.
              • dmorin95's avatar
                Solid release. The overall sound is very good. I have no loud pops or static. The amount of tracks is great and it looks awesome. I enjoyed the commentaries regarding the history of this underrated soundtrack.
                • Palmat's avatar
                  Great release that might not be as luxurious as the DW release but it has the original artwork which is good. DW's cover was not that good to be honest even if the whole package design was stellar. I own both editions and as far as I´m concerned this edition (Silva Screen) sounds just as good as the DW edition. Recommended!
                  • FuneralCoach's avatar
                    Edited 6 years ago
                    my 3rd copy.....same problem! .....
                    • hhjack's avatar
                      I've been wanting to grab the original soundtrack of The Fog for sometime but haven't wanted to pay the outrageous prices. I would have grabbed the Death Waltz reissue but I wasn't impressed with their cover art.

                      This version from Silva Screen is quite impressive with great care given to both the packaging and pressing. The cover is an image familiar with the Carpenter movie and the gatefold is packed with information about the remastering.

                      There is a lot of music here over two records (one white, one greenish) as it covers the score, original soundtrack, and bonus material. The liner notes explain the challenges involved in taking Carpenter's original mono mixes and created a stereo space. The results are sonically pleasing with a full, cinematic sound. And while I haven't heard the original Varèse Sarabande or Death Waltz versions, I can't imagine they sound better than they do here.

                      Also, the pressing is wonderful. Despite being on colored vinyl, the records play dead quiet even during the quietest moments from the score.

                      One drawback is the price but it's a lot cheaper then the price for the original or even the Death Waltz reissue.

                      Highly recommended!



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