Need Some Music for the Holiday?

Pet Sematary CD.jpgIf you’re like me, horror movie soundtracks are a staple of my day. Each and every time I’m at work on my computer, I have a horror soundtrack playing in the background. Even now, I’m listening to Pet Sematary‘s score by Elliot Goldenthal. True story.

If you’re looking for a few scores to add to your collection, you may want to head over to La-La Land Records to take advantage of their Halloween sale that ends tomorrow. You can find some good deals for only $4 each! You can pick up the soundtracks for The Sender, Trick ‘r Treat, The Conjuring, and a few more for just a few bucks. For $10, you can get yourself copies of Friday the 13th (the original) and Evil Dead (the remake), Pet Sematary (the expanded release, which I just ordered), and a few more. Or for $15, you can get John Harrison’s Creepshow, which I have to say is simply a must for any collector of horror soundtracks. It is one of my all-time favorites. But in that same price range, they have Day of the Dead, Magic (which I also just ordered), and Monster Squad.

So head over to their website HERE and check out the sale. Once again, the sale ends on Halloween, so don’t wait.

omen_40thanniversaryAnd while on the subject of horror scores, another title that is a must for your collection is that of Jerry Goldsmith’s Oscar winning score for The Omen. Now to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of this Satanic Classic, they have just re-released it with six extra tracks that have never been released. Granted, it doesn’t look like we’re talking a lot of music here, but if you are a completist…you may just want to pick it up. Especially if you don’t have a versioni of this score already.

For all the information about it, as well as ordering info, just click HERE.

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