The stunning soundtrack from Pete Travis' fantastic 3D epic Dredd is scored by the award-winning Paul Leonard-Morgan (Limitless, Spooks/MI5). The edgy, industrial soundtrack sets the perfect tone for the bleak metropolis of mega-city one in the 'relentlessly entertaining' movie.
The 2000 AD hero is given a mission by the chief judge - to road test a rookie Judge, the powerful psychic Cassandra Anderson. The judges head for a seemingly routine homicide in the notorious peach trees mega-block, a 200-storey vertical slum run by the pitiless ma-ma clan. When the Judges attempt to arrest one of ma-ma's chief henchmen, v shuts down the entire building and orders her clan to hunt the judges down - leaving the two judges in a vicious and relentless fight for survival.
Paul Leonard-Morgan has collaborated as a producer and arranger with artists such as Snow Patrol, Belle & Sebastian, Craig Armstrong, Nada Surf and Mogwai; and has most recently worked alongside producer Mark "Spike" Stent on No Doubt's highly-anticipated new album. Paul was honoured by the US Olympic Committee when chosen to compose the official US Olympic Team Anthem, an honour previously held by John Williams.
Dredd is available as a limited edition of 750 individual numbered copies, pressed on red vinyl.
- 180 gram audiophile vinyl
- Gatefold sleeve
- Includes insert
- PVC protective sleeve
- Score by BAFTA award winning Scottish composer Paul Leonard-Morgan
- Limited edition of 750 individual numbered copies on red vinyl