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.


Easy Rider: Early 70s UK second issue of the 1969 10-track stereo LP on the orange $tateside label, featuring tracks by Steppenwolf, Jimi Hendrix, The Byrds, The Electric Prunes & more, front laminated flipback picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a little light shelfwear with some mild discolouration to the reverse & the vinyl remains in excellent condition with just the odd light surface scuff to show for over forty years

Star Wars: 1977 UK 16-track double LP soundtrack composed & conducted by John Williams, performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, housed in a gatefold sleeve with twelve colour scene selections printed inside, complete with the insert & fold-out poster! The sleeve shows only mild wear from storage & the poster is unused. Both vinyl discs appear Excellent with few signs of play.

A Clockwork Orange: 1971 UK green label 15-track stereo LP featuring music from the soundtrack to the controversial Stanley Kubrick masterpiece, containing Walter Carlos’ electronic classical score, iconic picture sleeve. The mostly white sleeve shows just the inevitable light shelfwear & the vinyl remains in excellent condition with light signs of play.

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

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