Limited red colored vinyl LP pressing. The long-awaited score album for the 1986 horror movie Rawhead Rex. The 15-track album is penned by composer Colin Towns, known for The Puppet Masters, Space Truckers, Maybe Baby, Foyle's War, Doc Martin, Pie In The Sky. Rawhead Rex is a nuanced and lush horror score from a hugely talented composer at his best. The sound of the score grows and withers; from pastoral melodies to screaming brass and orchestral cacophony, back to clear harmony and fragile lines, bringing anticipation and dread to all the right points in the story. The music afterthought, There is a Green Hill Far Away, dissolves the mass of sound into the creepy and fragile, hymn-like vocal track.
Limited red colored vinyl LP pressing. The long-awaited score album for the 1986 horror movie Rawhead Rex. The 15-track album is penned by composer Colin Towns, known for The Puppet Masters, Space Truckers, Maybe Baby, Foyle's War, Doc Martin, Pie In The Sky. Rawhead Rex is a nuanced and lush horror score from a hugely talented composer at his best. The sound of the score grows and withers; from pastoral melodies to screaming brass and orchestral cacophony, back to clear harmony and fragile lines, bringing anticipation and dread to all the right points in the story. The music afterthought, There is a Green Hill Far Away, dissolves the mass of sound into the creepy and fragile, hymn-like vocal track.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: SISC
Rel. Date: 01/22/2021
UPC: 738572160678

Rawhead Rex (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Artist: Rawhead Rex Original 1986 Soundtrack / OST
Format: Vinyl
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Limited red colored vinyl LP pressing. The long-awaited score album for the 1986 horror movie Rawhead Rex. The 15-track album is penned by composer Colin Towns, known for The Puppet Masters, Space Truckers, Maybe Baby, Foyle's War, Doc Martin, Pie In The Sky. Rawhead Rex is a nuanced and lush horror score from a hugely talented composer at his best. The sound of the score grows and withers; from pastoral melodies to screaming brass and orchestral cacophony, back to clear harmony and fragile lines, bringing anticipation and dread to all the right points in the story. The music afterthought, There is a Green Hill Far Away, dissolves the mass of sound into the creepy and fragile, hymn-like vocal track.