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Pet Sematary – Soundtrack (1989) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Pet Sematary – Soundtrack (1989)
vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 628 MB & 149 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | Full LP Artwork | First US Pressing
Genre: Soundtrack | Verèse Sarabande Records ~ VS-5227

Pet Sematary (sometimes referred to as Stephen King’s Pet Sematary) is a 1989 horror film adaptation of Stephen King’s novel of the same name. Directed by Mary Lambert and written by King, the film features Dale Midkiff as Louis Creed, Denise Crosby as Rachel Creed, Blaze Berdahl as Ellie Creed, Miko Hughes as Gage Creed, and Fred Gwynne as Jud Crandall. Andrew Hubatsek was cast for Zelda’s role. Author King has a cameo as a minister.
In 1978, King returned to his alma mater, the University of Maine at Orono, to teach a year in return for the education he had received there. During this time his family rented a house on a busy road in Orrington. The road claimed the lives of a number of pets, and the neighborhood children had created a pet cemetery in a field near the Kings’ home. King’s daughter Naomi buried her cat “Smucky” there after it was hit, and shortly thereafter their son Owen had a close call running toward the road. King wrote the novel based on their experiences, but feeling he had gone too far with the subject matter of the book it became the first novel he “put away” on the advice of his wife Tabitha and friend, author Peter Straub. King reluctantly submitted it for publication only after Doubleday insisted on receiving a final book due on his contract.
Elliot Goldenthal’s score to the film Pet Sematary was his first mainstream score. Its style is sometimes compared to Jack Nitzsche’s score to The Exorcist while the theme is inspired by Lalo Schifrin’s score to The Amityville Horror.
I have included full scans.

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Stir Crazy – Soundtrack (1980) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Stir Crazy – Soundtrack (1980)
vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 838 MB & 220 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | Full LP Artwork | First US Pressing
Genre: Soundtrack | Posse Records ~ POS 10001

Stir Crazy is a 1980 comedy film starring Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor as down-on-their-luck friends who are given 125-year prison sentences after being framed for a bank robbery; while in prison they befriend other inmates and ultimately escape. The film was directed by Sir Sidney Poitier. In 2000, Total Film magazine voted it the 22nd greatest comedy film of all time. The film ended up grossing $101,300,000, making it the third largest grossing film in 1980, behind The Empire Strikes Back and Nine to Five.
This soundtrack has never been released on CD. A number of the songs are exclusive to this release. One of the most notable songs on the album is the acapella version of “Down In The Valley”. In the film the singer is Erland Van Lidth De Jeude cast for the role of the mass murdering cell mate of Harry & Skip. The actual recording is by Dorian Holley. Holley would later go on tour with Michael Jackson as a back up singer and vocal director.
Another interesting track is the song “Crazy” as performed by Gene Wilder. The song is played over the opening credits of the film.
I have included full scans.

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Sixteen Candles – Soundtrack (1984) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Sixteen Candles – Soundtrack (1984)
vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 396 MB & 115 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | Full LP Artwork | First US Pressing
Genre: Soundtrack | MCA Records ~ MCA-36012

Sixteen Candles is a 1984 film starring Molly Ringwald, Michael Schoeffling and Anthony Michael Hall. It was written and directed by John Hughes. The original soundtrack was released as a specially priced mini album containing only 5 songs. However, the movie actually featured an extensive selection of over 30 songs.
Never released on CD, the 5 track mini LP is the only soundtrack release for the film.
In December 1984, Molly Ringwald and Anthony Michael Hall both won Young Artist Awards as “Best Young Actress in a Motion Picture” and “Best Young Actor in a Motion Picture” for their roles in the film respectively, becoming the first and only juvenile performers in the history of the Young Artist Awards to win the Best Leading Actress and Best Leading Actor awards for the same film (a distinction the film still holds as of 2012). In July 2008, the movie was ranked number 49 on Entertainment Weekly’s list of “The 50 Best High School Movies”.
I have included full scans.

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St. Elmo’s Fire – Soundtrack (1985) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

St. Elmo’s Fire – Soundtrack (1985)
vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 895 MB & 257 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | Full LP Artwork | First US Pressing
Genre: Soundtrack | Atlantic Records ~ 81261-1-E

St. Elmo’s Fire is a 1985 coming-of-age film directed by Joel Schumacher. The film, starring Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe, Andrew McCarthy, Demi Moore, Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy and Mare Winningham, is a prominent movie of the Brat Pack genre, and revolves around a group of friends that have just graduated from Georgetown University and their adjustment to their post-university lives and the responsibilities of encroaching adulthood.
The theme song “St. Elmo’s Fire (Man in Motion)” was written by Canadian composer/producer David Foster and performed by John Parr. This hit song was written for the Canadian athlete Rick Hansen who, at the time, was traveling around the world via his wheelchair to raise awareness for spinal cord injuries. His journey was called the “Man in Motion Tour.” The song did not appear on any John Parr album until Letter to America was released in July 2011.
“St. Elmo’s Fire (Man in Motion)” hit #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart for two weeks in September 1985, and “Love Theme from St. Elmo’s Fire” (the instrumental theme to the movie by David Foster) reached #15. Another version of the “Love Theme from St. Elmo’s Fire” with lyrics, titled For Just a Moment was performed by Amy Holland and Donny Gerrard, and was included as the final song on the soundtrack album.
A note about the scans: the labels of my copy were misprinted, or actually, not printed. They are just blank Atlantic Records labels with no text printed anywhere on them. I didn’t scan them for this reason. However, the covers are included.

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Shadowfax – Watercourse Way (1976) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Shadowfax – Watercourse Way (LP) Jazz-Rock Series
Vinyl | LOG | CUE | FLAC | Full LP Cover (1:1)
24bit/48kHz: 493mb & 16bit/44kHz: 251mb
Genre: Jazz-Rock | Label: Passport Records – PPSD 98013 | First US Pressing | Release: 1976

The legendary first pressing of Shadowfax is that I present today. He became legendary because Shadowfax, was a silence of about 7 years! When Windham Hill welcomed them, reissued this album, but Windham Hill style: cover new, changes in the original recording … what a mistake! The original cover is a art piece.
I have the reissue on CD, when you hear the LP and to compare the songs altered of the CD (‘Petite Aubade’, ‘Watercourse Way’ and ‘Song for my brother’), will be eliminated instrumentation (this edition brings passages with Mellotron and harpsichord). ‘Watercourse Way’ totally new … by God!
Returning to this album, I find it a masterpiece. There is no denying the influence of different groups that cultivate the Jazz-Rock, Jazz-Fusion and some classical music. Influences like ‘Mahavishnu Orchestra’, ‘Return to Forever’ and ‘Oregon’.

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The Breakfast Club – Soundtrack (1985) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

The Breakfast Club – Soundtrack (1985)
vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 897 MB & 259 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | Full LP Artwork | First US Pressing
Genre: Soundtrack | A & M Records ~ SP 5045

The Breakfast Club is a 1985 teen coming of age comedy-drama film written and directed by John Hughes. The storyline follows five teenagers (each a member of a different high school clique) as they spend a Saturday in detention together and come to realize that they are all deeper than their respective stereotypes. Critically, it is considered to be one of the greatest high school-teen films of all time, as well as one of Hughes’ most memorable and recognizable works.

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The Return Of The Living Dead II – Soundtrack (1988) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

The Return Of The Living Dead II – Soundtrack (1988)
vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 861 MB & 251 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | Full LP Artwork | Canadian Pressing
Genre: Soundtrack | Island Records ~ ISX-1183

Return of the Living Dead Part II is a zombie horror comedy film that was released in 1988. It was written and directed by Ken Wiederhorn. The film was released by Lorimar Motion Pictures on January 8, 1988, and was a minor box office success, making over $9 million at the box office in the United States against its $6 million budget. It is the first of four sequels. Though this film and its predecessor shared the same rating (“R”), this film had a lighter tone as it was partially aimed at a teenage audience. However the misleading trailer suggested it was darker. The main protagonists, Jesse and Lucy, share the last name ‘Wilson’, giving the cult fans a clue that they are the children or nephew and niece to Burt Wilson, the main protagonist of the first film.
The soundtrack has a great collection of 80′s metal bands including “Anthrax”, “Zodiac Mindwarp”, & “Leatherwolf”. One of the most notable songs on the album is a very cool rendition of “Monster Mash” performed by “The Big O”.
I have included full scans.

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The Return Of The Living Dead – Soundtrack (1985) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

The Return Of The Living Dead – Soundtrack (1985)
vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 771 MB & 231 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | Full LP Artwork | First US Pressing
Genre: Soundtrack | Enigma Records ~ 72004-1

The Return of the Living Dead is a 1985 comedy/horror film written and directed by Dan O’Bannon and starring Clu Gulager, James Karen and Don Calfa. The film tells the story of how three men accompanied by a group of teenage punks deal with the accidental release of a horde of brain hungry zombies onto an unsuspecting town.
The film is known for introducing the popular concept of zombies eating brains, as opposed to just eating human flesh, like previous zombie iterations, as well as its soundtrack, which features several noted deathrock and punk rock bands of the era. The film was a critical success and performed moderately well at the box office. It later spawned four sequels.
I have included full scans.

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The Thing – Soundtrack (1982) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

The Thing – Soundtrack (1982)
vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 965 MB & 230 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | Full LP Artwork | First US Pressing
Genre: Soundtrack | MCA Records ~ MCA-6111

The Thing (also known as John Carpenter’s The Thing) is a 1982 science fiction horror film directed by John Carpenter, written by Bill Lancaster, and starring Kurt Russell. The film’s title refers to its primary antagonist, a parasitic extraterrestrial lifeform that assimilates other organisms and in turn imitates them. The Thing infiltrates an Antarctic research station, taking the appearance of the researchers that it absorbs, and paranoia occurs within the group.

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Vangelis – Chariots Of Fire (1981) (24-Bit/96Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Vangelis – Chariots Of Fire – 1981
Vinyl Rip in 24 Bit-96 kHz | Redbook 16 Bit-44 kHz | FLAC | Cue | No Log | Scans | 835 MB + 217 MB
1981 / Genre: Soundtrack / Polydor – NL

“Chariots of Fire” is a 1981 musical score by Greek electronic composer Vangelis for the British film “Chariots of Fire”, which won four Academy Awards including Best Picture and Original Music Score.
The London Olympics 2012 ; have you seen the opening ceremony yesterday? Mr. Bean played (dreamed) a very funny parody in the “Chariots Of Fire” movie. A nice opportunity to listen the soundtrack of this movie; I hope you enjoy this Vangelis masterwork!

Note > No silence was deleted; please burn this album gapless..

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