It Follows - Disasterpeace – 2015 Soundtrack - Ltd. Numbered Black and White Marbled Vinyl - Sealed 180 Grm LP

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Disasterpeace - It Follows - A David Robert Mitchell Film 
Label: Music On Vinyl – MOVATM311, Sony Classical – MOVATM311, Milan – MOVATM311
Series: At The Movies – MOVATM311
Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Black & White Marbled
180 gram audiophile vinyl
Deluxe heavyweight jacket with embossed spot varnish
PVC protective sleeve
Limited edition of 1000, individually numbered copies on black and white marbled vinyl.
Barcode: 8719262025288
Country: Europe
Released: Oct 28, 2022
Genre: Electronic, Stage & Screen
Style: Soundtrack, Score
A1  Heels
A2 Title
A3 Jay
A4 Anyone
A5 Old Maid
A6 Company
A7 Detroit
A8 Detritus
A9 Playpen
A10  Inquiry
B1  Lakeward
B2 Doppel
B3 Relay
B4 Greg
B5 Snare
B6 Pool
B7 Father
B8 Linger
"The soundtrack is handled by Disasterpeace, aka Rich Vreeland, an electronic artist who’s best known for a series of video game soundtracks. It Follows is his first film score, and he’s worked diligently to build a cohesive world of ominous moods. There are several recurring motifs: a booming percussion that comes like the monster pounding on the door; a shrill klaxon signaling when danger is near; a pattern of corrupted synths chugging into motion like some futuristic train on its way to the junkyard. A window shatters. A cluster of digital hornets buzz and whine. A jet turbine spins into motion, the air supercharging to an agonizing din, only to die down and leave the room sapped of tension. It’s a score that announces when something is about to happen, only to suddenly upend expectations and leave the room on edge.
It Follows wouldn’t exist without John Carpenter’s movies, and neither would the score. "Title" sounds like an update of Carpenter’s Halloween theme, as a lonely piano line is slowly enveloped by gothic dread. The melody is echoed on "Detroit", the arpeggiated tones brushing up against the sublime as the synthesizers drone from underneath. This is where you’d maybe dock Vreeland and the filmmakers a point for originality, except It Follows comes at a precarious moment for the American horror movie. Everything is either point-of-view or torture porn, and frankly, if someone wants mine a source as fertile as Halloween, they should go right ahead." (Pitchfork)
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Format LP, 180 Gram
Color Black