SCREAM: Soundtracks to die for

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As a collector, and judging just by the visuals, Varèse Sarabande Records had me at “SCREAM“. The label is worldly known for its quality motion picture soundtracks, especially for the scores. Ah, and for the packaging with always impressive graphic design work.

We were eagerly waiting for the release of Brian Tyler‘s score, but nothing could prepare us for the quadrilogy box set by Marco Beltrami to drop on the same day. And it is superb.

The deluxe Scream: Original Motion Picture Soundtracks Box Set – The 4-LP set – pressed on blood-red vinyl with black smoke swirls – dedicates a full album to each film and includes two hours of unreleased material. In all retail stores on June 10, and available for pre-order today, the collection is housed in a unique jacket, which folds out into a 3’ x 2’ Ghost Face mask. For fans seeking additional content, the 6-CD and digital editions (both available today) offer each film’s score in its entirety, plus more than four hours of unreleased music, previously unreleased demos, cues, and alternate takes. The CD box set is available exclusively on VareseSarabande.com and is limited to 1,500 units. Both the CD and vinyl versions feature new, in-depth liner notes from film music journalist and author, Jim Lochner.

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Deluxe Scream: LP
Deluxe Scream: CD

Scream: Music from the Motion Picture – drop today on all digital platforms, with the CD available exclusively at Varese Sarabande’s website. A 14-track vinyl LP in a reflective mirror board jacket is currently available for pre-order at all physical retailers, while a special pressing of the album – limited to 300 units, on clear vinyl with red smoke – can be found exclusively on VareseSarabande.com. Both vinyl variants are set for release on June 10.

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Scream: LP
Scream: CD
Scream: LP Limited

SCREAM is an incredible franchise with a storied history,” says Tyler. “I wanted to both acknowledge the history of the amazing score that came before this installment, while also taking the musical landscape into a new world. There are new themes as well as old-school themes intertwined in a way that I hope does the franchise justice.

 He continues, “There was an emotional component to this new SCREAM that is an integral dynamic contrast to the terror that accompanies the journey of this film. I wanted to reflect this in the score and help make this movie a fully realized experience for the viewer.

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