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Zaza, Paul - My Bloody Valentine

Format: 2LP
Label:  Waxwork Records WW022
Year: 2016
Origin: Toronto, Ontario, 🇨🇦
Genre: Score
Value of Original Title: $75.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  https://waxworkrecords.bandcamp.com/album/my-bloody-valentine
Playlist: Haunted Halloween Canadian Style, The Great Canadian Soundtrack


Side 1

Track Name
The Horror of Valentine Bluff Suite - The Last Valentine

Side 2

Track Name
Pickaxe Impalement Suite

Side 3

Track Name
Bleeding Hearts Still Beating Suite - I'm a Guitar Man - Bluegrass Special

Side 4

Track Name
Trapped in the Mines Suite - The Ballad of Harry Warden


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Zaza, Paul - My Bloody Valentine

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My Bloody Valentine


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Waxwork Records is proud to announce the new double LP release of MY BLOODY VALENTINE (1981). Praised by director Quentin Tarantino as his favorite slasher movie of all time, MY BLOODY VALENTINE (1981) tells the story of a small mining town and it’s residents that fall victim to a vengeful, homicidal maniac on Valentine’s Day. The film was shot on location in Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia, in the fall of 1980.

The film has garnered a cult following and has also sparked a major-studio remake in 2009. By working directly with composer Paul Zaza (Prom Night, Curtains, Porky’s), Waxwork was allowed to work directly from the original master tapes to source the complete, haunting score. This release marks the very first time the score to the 1981 slasher-horror classic has been released in any format.

The foreboding score by Paul Zaza is a mix of both minimal synth and orchestral compositions intertwined with bluegrass and country soundtrack cues. Expertly mastered by Thomas DiMuzio at Gench Mastering, the complete score clocks in at over one hour and spans two 180 Gram opaque blood red vinyl records.

Although it was not credited on the film itself, the vocals for the end credits song, "The Ballad of Harry Warden", as well as other music cues heard in the film, were provided by Scottish-Canadian tenor John McDermott. In an interview with the Ghouls in the House podcast – his first and only interview on the subject – McDermott explained that he was a family friend of the film's composer, Paul Zaza, and just out of school when offered the opportunity to record vocals for the film.


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