A2. Satellite to Medusa
A3. God Dang Burglar
A4. Bye Gramps & TV
A5. Locked in to Medusa
A6. Medusa & Bye Bye Spiro
A7. Gramps in Bed & OD Chased
A8. Sherman Fights Back
B1. Pluthar Arrives
B2. Pluthar Dies &…Good Morning
B3. The Fibonaccis - TerrorVision
B4. The Fibonaccis - The Friends of Crime
B5. The Fibonaccis - Sack of Suet Suite
B6. The Fibonaccis - Advice to a Mutant
B7. The Fibonaccis - He Can’t Stop Laughing
OPAKOWANIE: GATEFOLD + OBI STRIP + STICKER
WRWTFWW Records is giggling with pleasure as it announces the official reissue of Richard Band’s director’s cut soundtrack for sci-fi horror comedy classic TerrorVision (1986).The limited edition blue-colored 180g vinyl LP is housed in a heavy gatefold sleeve with full movie gallery, obi strip, and video store stickers. It includes liner notes by Richard Band himself.
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Conceived as a late 1960s Lost in Space type score with a 80s electronic twist, TerrorVision is one of the most unique soundtracks in Richard Band’s discography. Part oddball adventure, part eerie soundscape, it mixes the fun and flashy colors of the era with synth explorations that flirt with minimalism and experimental music. Band composed with a Yamaha CS70 plus twin ARP 2800s, a mini Moog synthesizer, as well as DX5 and DX7 keyboards, creating a groovy twilight zone of electrifying alien funk. The soundtrack also includes 5 numbers by deliriously wild LA band The Fibonaccis. One of a kind - like the movie itself!
This is released in conjunction with the soundtracks of Empire Pictures’ Ghoulies and Troll, also out on WRWTFWW Records November 20th. 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 humor and over-the-top horror action, Ghoulies, Troll and TerrorVision were three of Empire’s finest works, and each movie featured an unforgettable score by Charles’ award-winning composer brother Richard Band.
For fans of soundtracks, sci-fi, horror, cult, synth, 80s, VHS, Charles Band, Full Moon Productions, Lost in Space, b-movies, television, alien garbage disposals, ultraviolet lights, and being delirious.