Blow Your Horn For These Records
The sheer variety of music, the depth of compositional skill on display, the powerful emotions that it evokes, makes John Williams & Steven Spielberg: The Ultimate Collection an extraordinary accomplishment.
â€¢ 3 gatefold sleeves
â€¢ Includes 16 page booklet with pictures and liner notes
â€¢ Remastered for vinyl
â€¢ Deluxe Lift Off Box-Set with gold foil finish
â€¢ First time on vinyl
â€¢ Extremely Limited edition, individually numbered, 1.500 copies worldwide
The score of The Dark Tower is composed by multiple award winner Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie XL In recent years Tom has become one of the most talented and influential composers around the globe. His work includes scores of Batman v. Superman [MOVATM088], Mad Max: Fury Road [MOVATM045], Point Break and many more. First pressing of 1.000 numbered copies on "Transparent blue with a dark edge" vinyl.
Soup is the second studio album by American rock band Blind Melon, released eight weeks before vocalist Shannon Hoon's fatal drug overdose. The album proved to be a challenging, gripping record that is just as strong and perhaps even more rewarding than their debut album [MOVLP1100]. Limited edition of 3000 numbered copies on yellow vinyl.
Unavailable in any format for over 20 years Rico & the Rudies, Blow Your Horn, this highly sought-after boss reggae album is finally available once more, with the discovery of the long lost of the original Trojan master tapes ensuring it sounds better than ever! First pressing of 750 numbered copies on orange vinyl.
The Diamond Five Brilliant Quite in demand obscure jazz album, this one is for fans of the jazz/hard bop genre.
Limited first pressing of 500 individually numbered copies on clear vinyl
And the last three for this week: The Residents who have embarked on an extensive tour again. This calls for a celebration.
These classic albums are now available as special tour editions:
- Intermission Limited edition 1000 numbered copies on pink vinyl
- Diskomo / Goosebump Limited edition 1000 numbered copies on transparent blue vinyl
- Please Do Not Steal It Limited edition of 1000 numbered copies on transparent vinyl
Go check 'm out in town near you: http://www.residents.com/tourdates/
Have a great week.
The MOV crew
Intermission: Extraneous Music From The Residents' Mole Showis an EP by The Residents, originally released in 1982. It featured music from the opening, closing and intermission portions of theMole Show.It was the first in a line of albums that would bear the warning that it was not part three of the Mole Trilogy.