Fred Mollin (Colv) (Ogv) - Friday The 13th Part Viii - O.S.T. [Colored Vinyl] [180 Gram] | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Story of Jason / Jason Resurrected
2. Goodbye Suzie / Ghost Boat / Jason on Board
3. Porthole / False Alarm / Sauna Death
4. Rennie Overboard / Mirror
5. Discovering Dad / McCullock Angry
6. Wayne Fries / Jason Kills
7. The Lifeboat
8. Sean Finds Rennie
9. Jason and the Punks
10. Jason and Julius
11. Heads Up, Julius
12. Sean Finds Rennie
13. Freeze
14. Police Car Adventure
15. After the Collision
16. Sink or Swim
17. Sean and Rennie
18. Jason Breaks It Up
19. Jason Fries
20. Rennie and John See Jason
21. Jason and the Waitress
22. Down to the Sewer
23. Goodbye Sewer Worker
24. Sewer Chase / the Toxic Flood
25. The End of Jason
26. Rennie and the Punks
27. Into the Subway
28. Subway Chase
29. Safe at Last
30. The Darkest Side of the Night

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Waxwork Records is excited to present FRIDAY THE 13th PART VIII: JASON TAKES MANHATTAN Original Motion Picture Score by Fred Mollin. Released in 1989, Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan is an American slasher-horror film written and directed by Rob Hedden and stars Kane Hodder as Jason Voorhees. The eighth installment of the series follows Jason as he stalks a group of high school graduates on a ship en route to New York City.The film's musical score was composed by Fred Mollin, who worked with longtime Friday the 13th composer Harry Manfredini on the previous installment, Friday the 13th Part VII: The New BloodJason Takes Manhattan was the first film in the series not to feature Manfredini credited on the score. Navigating away from traditionally used strings and horns, Mollin's score to Jason Takes Manhattan is electronic based and utilizes digital keyboards and synthesizers popular of the time.Waxwork Records is thrilled to release the complete score for the very first time on vinyl. Sourced from the original master tapes from Paramount's vaults, the score has been restored and remastered. The 2xLP album package features 180 gram colored vinyl, an interactive die-cut old style tip-on gatefold jackets with matte satin coating, printed inner sleeves, and new artwork by Anthony Petrie.