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.

Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey: 1991 UK 12-track vinyl LP pressed in Germany for the UK & European market, featuring the music from the soundtrack to the Excellent movie, with material from Kiss, Steve Vai, Faith No More, Megadeth, Primus & more, hype stickered glossy picture sleeve with lyric printed inner. The sleeve displays light wear whilst the vinyl has just a few light hairlines. A most excellent example dude!

A Fistful Of Dollars / For A Few Dollars More: 1970 UK 12-track stereo vinyl LP, which couples together two of Morricone’s best remembered spaghetti western scores. The front laminated picture sleeve has a few laminate creases at the edges and apart from a few light surface scuffs to show only little play, the vinyl remains in excellent condition.

Superman The Movie: 1978 UK 16-track double vinyl LP featuring John Williams’ high flying score to the classic motion picture starring Christopher Reeve. The glossy gatefold sleeve has a superb Superman-in-flight inner spread with illustrated inners and shows just light signs of shelfwear, whilst apart from some surface scuffs, the vinyl remains in excellent condition.

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

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