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Anthology II (Movie Themes 1976-1988) (Limited BLUE Vinyl, Original Soundtrack)
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By now everyone should know, John Carpenter is not only a celebrated filmmaker but also a musical maestro whose soundtracks have become synonymous with the genres of horror, suspense, and science fiction. His innate talent for composition and his deep understanding of how music can elevate storytelling have left an indelible mark on the world of cinema, and a haunting presence in people's record collections.

Anthology II continues the celebration of his compositional genius via an excellently sequenced collection of some of his most iconic pieces of music from his extensive filmography, all newly recorded with his musical collaborators Daniel Davies and Cody Carpenter. The compilation opens with "Chariots of Pumpkins" from Halloween III that perfectly captures the eerie essence of the cult classic film with it's pulsating synths and haunting melodies. The listener is engulfed by a sense of unease and anticipation, before being thrust into "69th St. Bridge" from Escape From New York, a dynamic track that encapsulates the futuristic and gritty nature of the film via the use of throbbing bass lines, driving rhythms, and electronic textures. The record has also an isolating tone as it skulks through ambient leaning tracks such as "Fuchs" and "To Mac's Shack" from The Thing, and "Walk to the Lighthouse" from The Fog, all of which display a slower tempo, foreboding undertones and an ethereal atmosphere that feels like a distant whisper. All of which has been cautiously laid in preparation to the grand finale. The iconic and instantly recognizable "Laurie's Theme" from the original Halloween. It's simple yet menacing piano melody which has become synonymous with the horror genre, concludes the album by striking fear into the hearts of listeners. These tracks represent just a fraction of John Carpenter's impressive musical repertoire. With each haunting note and pulsating beat, his soundtracks continue to resonate with audiences, forever etching his name in the annals of film music history.

  • 1 Chariots of Pumpkins (Halloween III)
  • 2 69th St. Bridge (Escape from New York)
  • 3 The Alley (War) [ Big Trouble in Little China]
  • 4 Wake Up (They Live)
  • 5 Julie's Dead (Assault on Precinct 13)
  • 6 The Shape Enters Laurie's Room (Halloween II)
  • 7 Season of the Witch (Halloween III)
  • 8 Love at a Distance (Prince of Darkness)
  • 9 The Shape Stalks Again (Halloween II)
  • 10 Burn It (The Thing)
  • 11 Fuchs (The Thing)
  • 12 To Macs Shack (The Thing)
  • 13 Walk to the Lighthouse (The Fog)
  • 14 Laurie's Theme (Halloween)