John Harrison (Colv) - Day Of The Dead / O.S.T. [Colored Vinyl] | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Main Title
2. Sarah Sees Graves
3. First Cave Entry
4. Zombies Approach
5. Capturing Zombies
6. You Almost Killed Rickles
7. Sarah Dopes Miguel
8. Where's Frankenstein
9. Bub Scares Sarah
10. Zombie Spills His Guts
11. Steele
12. Shoot That Woman
13. John Warns Sarah
14. People Got Different Ideas
15. Sarah Hallucinates
16. Walk To The Ritz
17. Sarah At The Ritz
18. John Lectures
19. What Hell Is Like
20. Logan Teaching Bub-Bub Learning
21. Miller Dies
22. DOTD-C1-Miguel Bitten
23. Sarah Breaks Down
24. Logan's Lab-Logan's Madness
25. Beef Treats
26. Those Are My Men
27. Miguel Decides
28. Chopper Can't Hold Us All
29. Laugh In The Dark
30. Fix It... Can't You Fix It
31. Miguel Lets Them In
32. Rhodes Leaves His Men Behind
33. Zombie Overrun
34. The End Of Steele-Lost In The Caves
35. Heroes Escape
36. Bub Stalks Rhodes
37. Zombies Rip Rhodes
38. On The Beach

More Info:

Double 'zombie rot' colored vinyl LP pressing. The score to George A. Romero's Day Of The Dead by composer John Harrison (Creepshow, Tales From The Dark Side) is 100% synth driven, dark, and blends contrasting elements of island music and atonal, droning electronic cues. In 2013, Waxwork Records and composer John Harrison unearthed the original, lost 1985 master tapes containing the complete Day Of The Dead film score from the attic of a recording studio in Pittsburgh, PA. After restoring, mixing, and mastering the complete musical cues for vinyl, Waxwork assembled a definitive and deluxe release of the film's classic synth heavy score, approved by both the composer and director George A. Romero.