Death Waltz / Mondo (DW042)
Release Date: May 12, 2015
|3.||Some Gave All||0:58|
|8.||KPG / The Deal, Part 1||3:14|
|9.||The Deal, Part 2 / Grenades||0:48|
|10.||The Guest Stalks||0:21|
|11.||Good Luck / Anna & Luke||2:13|
|12.||An Interesting Theory||2:06|
|14.||Standoff / Too Many Complications / The Guest Escapes||4:40|
|15.||He's Not Who You Think He Is / The Diner||2:32|
|16.||Back To School||1:01|
|17.||BONUS TRACKS: Atmospheres 1||4:56|
|19.||Unused Chase Theme||4:16|
|Total Album Time:||38:51|
Just like the film is a homage to 80's thrillers like The Terminator, Steve Moore's score belongs in another time, another place. Homaging rather than emulating, the music feels not only absolutely authentic but also fits the film like a glove. Great synth melodies are plentiful, the electronics swell with mystery and intrigue, and the sense of the robotic electro music has is perfect for the character of David. It's an intense journey but not one without rewarddon't be afraid to let The Guest into your home and onto your turntable.
Pressed on 100% virgin Black vinyl with printed inner sleeve and a 'do not cross' obi strip. Artwork by Alan Hynes.
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