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Christopher Young - Hellraiser (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) download mp3 album
Album:
Hellraiser (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Style:
Modern Classical, Score
Released:
2017
Country:
UK
FLAC vers. size:
1748 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1503 mb
WMA vers. size:
1519 mb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.9 ★
Votes:
501

HellRaiser Soundtrack. LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Import. Christopher Young Format: Vinyl. 30th Anniversary Re-Issue of long out of print classic horror score by acclaimed composer CHRISTOPHER YOUNG Hellraiser is one of the most famed horror movies of all time Painstakingly remixed and remastered from the Original 24 Track, 2 Inch Analog Master Session Tapes! Digitally Restored Original Artwork and Photography from the film's archives! Single LP Gatefold Release 140g Multi-Colored Translucent Red w/ Black Smoke Vinyl 4 Color Printed Disc Sleeves features long lost original theatrical sales sheet.

Christopher Young's long out of print score has been remixed and remastered from the Original 24 Track, 2 Inch Analog Master Session Tapes.

Horror and drama soundtracks are old hat for Christopher Young - having wielded the manuscript paper for such films as The Fly II, Copycat, and Rounders - and he's back on the scene, with a sweepingly dramatic (and sentimental?) chip on his shoulder, for 2007's Ghost Rider. Soaring French horns and ominous, low-register male choral bits provide the meat for the theme, while heavy metal guitars and drums punctuate the action sequences.

Lakeshore Records is set to release the 30th Anniversary Hellraiser soundtrack. Christopher Young's long out of print score has been remixed and remastered from the Original 24 Track, 2 Inch Analog Master Session Tapes. Hellraiser Resurrection Hellbound Heart The Lament Configuration Reunion A Quick Death Seduction and Pursuit In Love’s Name The Cenobites The Rat Slice Quartet Re-Resurrection Uncle Frank Brought On By Night Another Puzzle.

Hellraiser (Original Soundtrack) (1987). Album by Christopher Young.

Tracklist

A1 Hellraiser
A2 Resurrection
A3 Hellbound Heart
A4 The Lament Configuration
A5 Reunion
A6 A Quick Death
A7 Seduction And Pursuit
A8 In Love's Name
B1 The Cenobites
B2 The Rat Slice Quartet
B3 Re-Resurrection
B4 Uncle Frank
B5 Brought On By Night
B6 Another Puzzle

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – GZ Media – 161293E

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Clive Barker
  • Orchestrated By, Composed By – Christopher Young

Notes

30th Anniversary Edition
140 Gram Red/Black "Bloodshed" Vinyl Gatefold Album w/ Printed Sleeves
Remixed And Remastered From The Original 24 Track, 2 Inch Analog Master Session Tapes
Includes Digitally Restored Original Artwork And Photography From The Film’s Archives

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 7 80163 50662 4
  • Barcode: 780163506624
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): A2 161293E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): B1 161293E2/B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FILM 021 Christopher Young Hellraiser (Original Motion Picture Score) ‎(LP, Album) Silva Screen FILM 021 UK 1987
DW113 Christopher Young Hellraiser (Original Motion Picture Score) ‎(LP, Album) Death Waltz Recording Company DW113 UK & US 2017
LKS350662 Christopher Young Hellraiser 30th Anniversary Edition (Original Motion Picture Score) ‎(14xFile, MP3, Album, RE, RM, 320) Lakeshore Records LKS350662 US 2017
LKS35257 Christopher Young Hellraiser (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(Cass, Ltd, RE, RM) Lakeshore Records LKS35257 US 2018
DW113 Christopher Young Hellraiser (Original Motion Picture Score) ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Gol) Death Waltz Recording Company DW113 UK & US 2017


  • Use_Death
Mine came with "extra bonus surface noise" - gave it a wash, doesn't helped much. Pity!
  • HappyLove
Not the biggest fan of the artwork quality here. But, I must've gotten lucky with the wax as mine has no issues.
  • Shomeshet
Beautiful presentation and the remaster sounds otherworldly. My copy bately has any pops & crackles. Either I got lucky or there's been a second batch pressed already.Either way, I am pleased to finally own the soundtrack on vinyl.
  • Rishason
The more I play it seems to sound better, maybe I'm just getting used to it.
  • Atineda
Perhaps it's the way I set up my Equalizer, I don't know. To my ears, it sounded great! Wasn't pressed too Hot nor too quiet.
  • Kazijora
billnyethevinylguy Beautiful presentation and the remaster sounds otherworldly. My copy bately has any pops & crackles. Either I got lucky or there's been a second batch pressed already.Either way, I am pleased to finally own the soundtrack on vinyl. I agree with the presentation being beautiful but didn’t you think the pressing was rather quiet?Mine certainly was and was full of clicks and pops. I even had to clean it before playing because of debris on the playing surface.
  • Quttaro
The mastering is dynamic and robust, that part was done well. The front cover art is sharp. The artwork on the inner gatefold and one side of the inner sleeve is indeed very grainy, the inner gatefold in particular looks absolutely horrible. The record does sound good, not weak or compressed-- quite dynamic. But whoever approved the gatefold image is negligent, honestly they would have been better off leaving it a single sleeve and reducing the price or at least doing a few small high res screenshots from the film & liner notes from Christopher Young. Anything besides that blurry disaster they put in.
  • Raniconne
This has to be one of the worst pressings I've heard in a while. I'm listening to it right now and the sound quality for something that is supposed to be "remastered" is absolute garbage. Wow! There's tons of surface noise, pops, crackles and the tracks sound compressed and weak. Check this out...I opened it and the record sleeve they used did that "vacuum seal" thing where it sticks to the album. Great. Getting it out of the sleeve was a pain in the ass and caused the album to scrape against the sleeve. I put it on for a spin and I'm not kidding here - side A sounds like a dollar bin record at the flea market - HUGE skips where the needle dragged halfway across the record! Twice! WTF! I took the album off and tried cleaning it, did a thorough wash and put it back on. The skips are gone, save for one, but the sound quality is total shit still. Side B sounds better but this is not a good pressing and I'm disappointed because this was one I've been looking forward to for a long time. I guess I'll try and get the Mondo copy now? Ugh. Anyone else having these issues with this pressing? Normally, Lakeshore presses pretty good stuff but this one sucks ass for such an iconic score. Wtf Lakeshore?? Oh! I'd also like to add the the photos they used on the gatefold and the sleeve suck! It looks like they took images from the original VHS and blew them up for this record. *Update: I cleaned side A again to see if it would help. I mean I drowned it it fluid and then very carefully wiped it clean. It helped. Side A is now at least listenable. What the hell though? How dirty are these things coming from the pressing plant? I shouldn't have to sand blast a new record. :/ *UPDATE: 11/16/17 I just received my replacement record. It took over a month to get it! Wow! Ok, so here's the verdict on my replacement - it sounds better than the original one. There's still some surface noise but not nearly as bad as the other copy. Aaaaand it has a slight warp. Lol...fuck. Can't win. Really wish this would have come with a download card. :/
  • Zodama
I put in for a return today. I'll let you know if the replacement copy sounds any better. m/
  • Nuadador
Hmm, I guess you should ask for a replacement then. If it’s as bad as you say that’s just not right. The main thing is for the music to sound good and in my opinion, the rest doesn’t matter much. I bet they’ll replace your copy if you let them know yours is messed up.
  • Risinal
Ha! I actually have mostly positive reviews. I'm glad you got a good copy! Maybe I'm unlucky with this one...but that's why I posted. That said, my equipment is fine. My collection is large, including quite a few shitty beat up records, and no other records do this. I realize how it sounds with the needle jumping like that, and I had the same reaction: crap, my stylus/tonearm is bad. But it's not my equipment, it's the record. As for it being unfair to Lakeshore, fuck that. I posted a review to see if other people had similar issues and to also warn people...that's the purpose of this medium - to communicate with others in the community when something is funky or really great. The art sucks, man, no other way to say it. It looks like Mondo got some high quality photos for their box set, it's too bad Lakeshore didn't do the same, which, again, is odd because they usually release nice stuff.
  • unmasked
Maybe you got really unlucky or you need new equipment. Mine sounds great and has no surface noise. When you say your needle jumped halfway across the record my first thoughts are that you need a new needle or you need to rebalance your tonearm. That just doesn’t happen even playing the shittiest beat up records if you have a decent turntable. As for complaining that it was too hard to get the record out of the sleeve and the picture looks bad (it’s similar to the original Japanese pressing), you sound like you’re struggling to come up with original criticism. It’s unfair to disparage an independent record label just to rant for the sake of ranting to sound like you know what you’re talking about. Based on your other reviews it seems like that’s your thing. This release is fine.