|Disc 1: Evil Dead|
|1.||I'll Rip Your Soul Out|
|2.||Don't Say It, Don't Write It, Don't Hear It|
|3.||Demon Possession (extended)|
|4.||Get Me Out of Here|
|5.||She Tried to Kill Me|
|6.||He Won't Let You Out|
|8.||Three Ways of Saving Her Soul|
|10.||I'll Do What I Gotta Do (extended)|
|11.||Come Back to Me|
|14.||The Pendant / Evil Tango|
|15.||The Evil Dad Main Theme|
|16.||Come Back to Me (alternate)|
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From the Manufacturer
Unseen Forces is proud to present the complete motion picture soundtrack from Fede Alvarez's incendiary 2013 reimagining of cult horror masterpiece the Evil Dead.
Spanish composer Roque Banos dazzles with a crisp modern orchestral score that bows reverently toward such genre classics as Jerry Goldsmith's The Omen Suite, Anton Webern and Krzysztof Penderecki's creepy string movements from The Exorcist and Joseph LoDuca's beautifully understated atmospherics for Sam Raimi's original creation that launched the grisly Kandarian franchise and revolutionized the contemporary horror film with its startling velocity.
Here the maestro eloquently assumes the role of firestarter, conducting like a pyromaniac invoking the destructive majesty of flameboth demonic and cleansingwith smoldering strings and brass building toward total aural incineration. To that end, he cleverly employs a prominent siren motif that at turns suggests a dreadful fire alarm in slow motion, the nostalgia of an amusement park haunted house attraction and a prodigious yawning door somewhere in the deepest chasm of hell.
A thoroughly cinematic experience suffused with sweeping overtures and jarring choral crescendos, Baņos has created a dark and vital epic for the ages. DLP pressed to 140gram gore splattered vinylwith a locked groove for extended terror!and entombed in a lavish gatefold cover, this gorgeous collection carves through the glut of overblown soundtrack reissues of late like a trusty chainsaw. It is, in a word..."Groovy!"
Splatter colored vinyl version.
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