Saturday, 10 October 2020

GHOULIES, TROLL, TERRORVISION - Soundtracks on Limited Edition Coloured Vinyl

WRWTFWW are proud to announce the official release of the soundtracks to 80s cult classics GHOULIES (1985), TROLL (1986) and TERRORVISION (1986), available in lovingly crafted packages and on limited edition coloured vinyl for the very first time!

Established by producer and director Charles Band in 1983, Empire Pictures quickly became notorious for the horror-comedy classics made during its brief but legendary lifespan. With wild special effects, outrageous humour and over-the-top horror action GHOULIES, TROLL and TERRORVISION were three of Empire Pictures finest works, and each movie featured an unforgettable score by Charles’ award-winning composer brother Richard Band. 

Now, these scores have been carefully remastered and are presented for the very first time on half-speed mastered, Limited Edition 180g coloured vinyl in stunning packaging with liner notes from composer and master of the horror and science-fiction soundtrack Richard Brand.

GHOULIES features the full uncut original soundtrack, available for the first time ever, pressed on Limited edition 180g pink coloured vinyl, and including a bonus 7inch featuring Fela Johnson’s "Dancing with a Monster" and "Surrender" as heard in the movie. 

TROLL features the complete soundtrack pressed on Limited edition 180g yellow coloured vinyl.

TERRORVISION features the special director’s cut soundtrack pressed on Limited edition 180g blue coloured vinyl. 

Each release is housed in a gatefold sleeve with full movie gallery, OBI belt, and random video store stickers, plus full liner notes by Richard Band.

In addition, high-quality and limited edition WRWTFWW x Empire Pictures collab merchandise is available, including Empire Pictures, GHOULIES and TERRORVISION sweatshirts and t-shirts featuring unique, original designs.

WRWTFWW Records presents GHOULIES, TROLL and TERRORVISION limited edition soundtracks on coloured vinyl available in stores worldwide 20 November 



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