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Slime City

Slime City

LP Limited to 1,000 Copies / Cassette Limited to 300 Copies
Strange Disc Records (SD-002LP)

Release Date: July 7, 2015

Format: LP

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Track Listing

1. SIDE A: Main Title
2. Meeting Nicole
3. Night Games
4. Himalayan Yogurt
5. Elixir
6. Seduction
7. Slime Time
8. Yummy
9. Premonition
10. Zachary's Legacy
11. Dinner Slime
12. SIDE B: You Crazy Bastard!
13. Spurning Nicole
14. Madame Selena
15. Discovery
16. Revelations
17. Gothic Temptress
18. Jail Bait
19. Seaman's Rap
20. Headbanging
21. Lori & Nicole
22. Prelude To Sex
23. Gross Out Climax
24. Epilogue
25. End Titles
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From the Manufacturer

A huge part of what makes Slime City so fantastic is it's wildly creative score, which was composed by the now PHD, and current Music Director of the Beloit Janesville Symphony, Robert Tomaro. Rob's score is unlike any horror soundtrack past or present. The score is most certainly slimy as the film's title would leave you hoping for. Very much classically written, but with a serious mix of punk guitar work and weirdo avant-garde synth. A truly unique composition.

First Press:
200 copies "Slime Splat" color vinyl (opaque slime green on clear vinyl)
800 copies black vinyl

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