We're starting this week with the German band Nena and the album ? (pronounced as Fragezeichen). By fans and critics praised as the band's best album, this is an album that's really good to the ear if you're a fan of the 80's sound. The album is now available on limited edition transparent red vinyl!
Following up with the COLLECTED series there are two new limited edition albums available. The Robert Palmer album on white vinyl and the wonderful album by Willy DeVille & Mink DeVilly on gold vinyl. Both are representing the high quality of the COLLECTED series, including remastered audio and PVC protective sleeves.
The album Live At Paradiso by hard-rock queen Beth Hart is a recording of a straight-up, no concessions, disclosure live set of the raw sounds Hart stands for. As a limited edition, the album is now available on turquoise coloured vinyl!
Earlier we introduced the Classic Soundtrack series by Ennio Morricone, this week it's time for the release of the incredible soundtrack of the well-known Nuovo Cinema Paradiso. Regarded as a true classic, the film was particularly renowned for the kissing scenes montage at the end. Just like the other Morricone albums in this series, the album is limited to only 1.000 copies on numbered sleeves. No more, no less!
One of 2017's biggest blockbuster films comes with a very exceptional soundtrack; Fifty Shades Darker. The soundtrack is composed by Danny Elfman. He understands how to set the mood and creates the Fifty Shades atmosphere perfectly with this release, a true collector's item for every fan! The first pressing of this album is set on dark grey coloured vinyl.
Last in the At The Movies line is the music of the British thriller The Chamber. The album features the movie's original music composed by Manic Street Preachers lead guitarist and vocalistJames Dean Bradfield, who made his film scoring debut on the project. He seamlessly knows how to set the atmosphere for this claustrophobic thriller. As a limited first pressing, this is available on transparent green and black swirled vinyl.
Enjoy your weekend,
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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 (10 November 1928) composed and arranged the score of the movie.
The Collected double vinyl album from Robert Palmer is a selected overview of his music, some lesser known tracks are alternated with hits like "Every Kinda People", "Johnny And Mary", "Pride", "Addicted To Love" and many more.
The music by James Dean Bradfield of the Manic Street Preachers adds to the claustrophobic tension throughout the movie.