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John CarpenterDark Star (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Label:We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want Records – WRWTFWW007, We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want Records – WRWTFWW007.5
Vinyl, LP, Album, Remastered
Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single, Red
All Media, Limited Edition
Genre:Electronic, Non-Music, Stage & Screen
Style:Abstract, Soundtrack, Theme, Score, Ambient, Experimental, Dialogue, Movie Effects


AJohn CarpenterMusic, Sound Effects And Dialogue Excerpts Part 125:10
BJohn CarpenterMusic, Sound Effects And Dialogue Excerpts Part 225:51
A1Martin Segundo And The Scintilla StringsWhen Twilight Falls On NGC 8913:47
A2Alan HowarthDoolittle’s Solo (Remake)
A3John CarpenterLoop 1
A4John CarpenterLoop 2
B1Dominik HauserBenson Arizona (Remake) 2:37
B2John CarpenterTrailer2:27
B3John CarpenterLoop 3
B4John CarpenterLoop 4

Companies, etc.



Extended edition ltd. 500 copies.

Tracks A & B (12"), A3, A4, B2, B3 & B4 (7") licensed from Worldwide Entertainment Corp., USA.
Track A1 (7") licensed from K Music / Kapagama, France, originally known as James Clarke - Spring Bossa.
Track B1 (7") licensed from BSX Music, USA.

Issued with a printed inner sleeve for the 12" and a black generic inner sleeve for the 7".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4260038310878
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (12"), etched): WRWTFWW 007 A Hello Bomb? Kr SST MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (12"), etched): WRWTFWW 007 B Let There Be Light! MPO Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (7"), etched): WRWTFWW 007.5 A Kr SST MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (7"), etched): WRWTFWW 007.5 B Kr SST MPO

Other Versions (4)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Dark Star (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album)Citadel (3)CT 7022US1980
Dark Star (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album, Reissue)Colosseum (2)CST 8043Germany1989
Dark Star (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (CD, Album, Reissue)Varèse SarabandeVSD-5327Germany1992
New Submission
Dark Star (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Expanded, Digipak)We Release Whatever The Fuck We Want RecordsWRWTFWW007CDSwitzerland2016


Buxton69's profile picture
Edited 3 years ago
Limited to 500 yet as I write this 572 have this record on Discogs and I know you can still buy it, the record label website still says it's limited to 500 and they still have 7 left! There's also 99 listed for sale on here!
dj_stosh's profile picture
I have to agree with the other reviews here; this is an essential piece of recording if you are a John Carpenter fan, but even if you have never seen the movie, you will probably want to after hearing this record. The sequencing of dialogue and incidental music actually tells "the story" of the movie in condensed format, and boy is it some story. It's surprising how vividly the characters emerge without the assistance of visuals. In fact, one of the remarkable aspects of this LP is that it allows the listener to focus exclusively on the intelligently scripted dialogue and interesting combination of sound effects and cornball music that make Dark Star a uniquely entertaining experience. The fidelity of the soundtrack is very good and my pressing was extremely quiet. The fidelity of the bonus 7" is pretty close to audiophile quality, and I'm not sure how they were able to pull that off. This is especially true of the elevator music non-hit "When Twilight Falls on NGC 891." I'm so glad a good friend told me about this release so that I could get in on the ground floor of owning this soon to be classic record.
hnbradley2840's profile picture
Definitely a good record if you're a fan of John Carpenter. Only confusing bit is that the neither the 12" or 7" record's sides are labeled, though I guess that fits in with the movie.
ruhtinas's profile picture
Essentially just a collection of dialogue, sound effects and random music from a b-movie comedy, yet a stellar release from WRWTFWW and most definitely a collector's item. The included 7" with previously unreleased material and the fact that this is only a 500 copy pressing will definitely make this a desired release among the many fans of John Carpenter.