Alanis Morissette, Slowdive, Johnny "Guitar" Watson", Ennio Morricone, The Dark Knight Rises, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 and 2, Philip Glass
It's that time of the week again: new vinyl for your collection!
Canadian singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette's eighth studio album Havoc and Bright Lights sounds like a wide-open, cheerful set of adult pop rock. It contains the singles “Guardian”, “Lens” and “Receive”. Havoc and Bright Lights is released as a limited edition on turquoise vinyl. The package includes a booklet with pictures and lyrics.
Outside Your Room is a much sought-after EP by English shoegazing band Slowdive. This rare beauty is now available as a limited edition on red & gold swirled vinyl, with a deluxe "alubrush" finished jacket and an insert featuring the Slowdive catalogue.
Johnny “Guitar” Watson's A Real Mother For Ya is available as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on gold vinyl. This record really belongs in the collection of every funk and soul lover.
With four new releases, this is a big week for At The Movies fans. Maestro Ennio Morricone's score to the critically acclaimed Italian film Nuovo Cinema Paradiso is released as a limited edition of 2000 numbered copies on solid yellow vinyl.
The soundtrack to Christopher Nolan's epic Batman film The Dark Knight Rises was composed by the legendary Hans Zimmer. It's now reissued as a limited edition of 1.500 individually numbered copies on clear, blue & red marbled vinyl. The package includes an insert, an exclusive litho of the movie poster and a fridge magnet.
Add a little magic to your soundtrack collection by getting Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 on gold and black swirled vinyl and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 on silver and black swirled vinyl. Both are released as limited editions of only 1000 copies.
Songs from Liquid Days is a collection of songs composed by composer Philip Glass. Lyrical contributors on this album are Paul Simon, Suzanne Vega, David Byrne and Laurie Anderson. Originally released in 1986, the album is now available on black vinyl.
Havoc and Bright Lights is the eighth studio album by Alanis Morissette and became her first top five album in the US since 2004's So-Called Chaos. The album peaked at number one in Canada, Italy, Austria and Switzerland, and at number two in the Netherlands and Germany.
Songs from Liquid Days is a collection of songs composed by composer Philip Glass with lyrics by Paul Simon, Suzanne Vega, David Byrne and Laurie Anderson. Glass began the project scoring lyrics by Byrne and then thought to collaborate with additional songwriters.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the seventh and final novel of the Harry Potter series written by British author J.K. Rowling.The soundtrack was nominated for a Grammy Award and it won the San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Score.
The multi-talented Johnny “Guitar” Watson was known for his guitar skills and was one of the hottest blues artists during the 1950s. His 1977 funk album A Real Mother For Ya produced the same titled international hit song and features “Nothing Left To Be Desired” and “Lover Jones”.
The seventh entry into the internationally successful Harry Potter movie series is also one of the series' darkest. Composer Alexander Desplat infuses the young wizard's world with the appropriate amount of gravitas. Desplat's score is both subtle and huge, lending quiet emotional depth, playful wickedness, and tense, robust action with masterful precision.
The Dark Knight Rises is a 2012 multiple-awarded superhero film directed by Christopher Nolan, who co-wrote the screenplay with his brother Jonathan Nolan (Westworld). The soundtrack was composed by the legendary Hans Zimmer (Inception, Interstellar, Gladiator). The Dark Knight Rises main themes were composed by Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard, but Howard did not return to the series to score this film and was not credited as a composer.
Outside Your Room is the fourth EP by English shoegazing band Slowdive, released in 1993. The title is taken from the lyrics of the song “Alison”, which reached No. 69 in the UK Singles Chart. Side A also features the lazy lurcher “So Tired”. The flip side features the hypnotic, smouldering near-instrumental dub of “Souvlaki Space Station” and closes with “Moussaka Chaos”.
Nuovo Cinema Paradiso was a critical and box-office success and is regarded by many as a classic. It is particularly renowned for the 'kissing scenes' montage at the film's end. Ennio Morricone (1928-2020) composed and arranged the score of the movie.