Rare and collectable vinyl soundtracks now in stock

Nothing beats a strong, mood setting soundtrack to bring the best out of a movie. It could be a brooding, ominous score to a horror movie, an Ennio Morricone spaghetti western theme, or a synthwave science fiction score. No matter what the movie is, the soundtrack is key.

We see a few excellent soundtracks pass through our hands here, and below are just some of the latest arrivals. You can view our entire selection in our store now.

John Carpenter – Halloween III: Season Of The Witch: Rare 1982 US 12-track vinyl LP featuring music composed and performed by John Carpenter and Alan Howarth. The pasted picture sleeve displays some light wear & the vinyl remains excellent withonly a couple of very light surface marks, otherwise a really nice example £60

From Dusk Till Dawn: 2016 US Limited 20th Anniversary Collectors Edition 18-track double LP pressed on Red Splattered Vinyl with a special laser etching on Side D featuring a newly remastered version of the soundtrack for Quentin Tarentino & Robert Rodriquez’s 1996 film which starred George Clooney, Tarantino, Harvey Keitel & Juliette Lewis with tracks by ZZ Top, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Jimmie Vaughan. Both discs comes beautifully housed within a sealed, stickered & individually numbered custom gatefold picture sleeve with all new artwork by Matt Ryan £74.99

Hyena: 2015 UK limited edition 20-track double LP pressed on Transparent Red & Blue Vinyl with ‘The The’ logo ETCHED on Side D, featuring their fever dream soundtrack to the homegrown British crime flick. Complete with picture booklet, an exclusive lobby card and obi-strip, both discs are in BRAND NEW condition housed inside the 425gsm leather-look picture sleeve which remains sealed within its original shrinkwrap £49.99

Find more collectable soundtracks at eil.com, and if you are looking to sell items, contact 01474 815099

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