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V.A. - OST The Villainess
OST The Villainess
LP | 2019 | US | Original (Silva Screen)
39,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Original
The Villainess received a fourminute standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival. As a young girl, Sook-hee was trained to become a deadly assassin. A second chance is handed to her by South Korea’s Intelligence Agency Chief, Kwon, who recruits her and gives her a new identity as Chae Yeon-soo, a 27-year-old theatre actress.

With the promise of complete freedom after serving her country for 10 years, Sook-hee begins a new
chapter, but living a normal existence is no easy task for an ex-killer. When two men suddenly appear in
her life, she begins to uncover the secrets of her past.

The Villainess received a four-minute standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival, cementing the worldwide growth and interest in South Korean action cinema. The explosive soundtrack from Ja Wan Koo perfectly complements the exquisitely choreographed fight sequences and the darkness of The Villainess’ ultra-violent world.
Ryiuchi Sakamoto - Music For Film
Ryiuchi Sakamoto
Music For Film
2LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Silva Screen)
31,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
From small beginnings in 1974 as a local cinema and university event, Film Fest Gent has grown yearly in stature and is now recognised as one of the major destinations for the film industry. A vital component is the celebration of film music in the shape of the World Soundtrack Awards which honours the very best composers at work in the world of cinema. In 2016 the award went to one of the most brilliant composers of his generation, Ryuichi Sakamoto. This is the first overview of his remarkable catalogue of film scores, fully approved by the composer and performed by the masterful Brussels Philharmonic under the baton of Dirk Brossé. Sakamoto was already a celebrated pioneer in electronic music and composer/pianist/singer in Japan when director Nagisa Oshima asked him to write the score for Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence in 1983 and also to star alongside David Bowie. In a 30 year plus career since then he has worked with the cream of film directors including Bernardo Bertolucci (The Last Emperor), Brian De Palma (Snake Eyes), Pedro Almodovar (High Heels) and most recently Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu (The Revenant). This compilation is a fitting tribute to his status as one of the greatest living musicians and film composers.
Delia Derbyshire / Brian Hodgson / David Vorhaus - Electronic
Delia Derbyshire / Brian Hodgson / David Vorhaus
LP | 1969 | UK | Reissue (Silva Screen)
27,99 €*
Release:1969 / UK – Reissue
Originally released in 1969, this LP features music by BBC Radiophonic Workshop members Delia Derbyshire and Brian Hodgson alongside David Vorhaus, an American born composer and musician with whom they formed the experimental electronic band "White Noise".

It was put out by the Standard Music Library label, set up in 1968 by Bucks Music and London Weekend Television, which supplied production music for use in TV, commercials, radio and film.

Many of these tracks were used in the 1960's cult TV show, "The Tomorrow People" and each one has a short description of the music after the track title.

Both Derbyshire and Hodgson assumed pseudonyms in the credits: Li de la Russe & Nikki St.

George respectively. Two of the tracks are co-written by the pair, who also worked together to set up the organisation and studio project "Unit Delta Plus", which was extensively involved in the promotion and exploration of electronic music.
Piero Piccioni - OST Puppet On A Chain
Piero Piccioni
OST Puppet On A Chain
LP | 2001 | EU | Reissue (Silva Screen)
29,99 €*
Release:2001 / EU – Reissue
A masterpiece of suspense and no-holds barred action, Puppet on a Chain was
adapted from Alistair Maclean's 1969 novel and released in 1971. Directed by
Geoffrey Reeve and starring a granite-jawed Sven-Bertil Taube, the film's signature
boat chase (lasting eight minutes!) along the canals of Amsterdam was rumoured to
be the inspiration for the similar sequence in Bond's Live and Let Die. The action is
underpinned by Italian soundtrack maestro Piero Piccioni's blistering Hammondheavy
score. Piccioni composed around 300 soundtracks over four decades, but was
most prolific during the 60's and 70's, when he was sought out by directors including
Francesco Rosi, Mario Monicelli, Alberto Lattuada, Luchino Visconti, Bernardo
Bertolucci, Roberto Rossellini, Vittorio De Sica and Lina Wertmuller. A talented
self-taught jazz musician, Piccioni's soundtrack to Puppet on a Chain retains
effortless style, portraying a decadent 1970's Amsterdam overrun with drugs and
organised crime.
BBC Radiophonic Workshop - Through A Glass Darkly Transparent Vinyl Edition
BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Through A Glass Darkly Transparent Vinyl Edition
LP | 2020 | UK | Original (Silva Screen)
24,99 €*
Release:2020 / UK – Original
Limited to 500 copies.

Peter Howell joined the BBC Radiophonic Workshop in 1974, coming from a career in various psychedelic folk bands, which saw him record five albums with fellow musician John Ferdinando. He composed his first Doctor Who output in '75 in the form of some incidental music for "Revenge of the Cybermen" and special sound for "Planet of Evil". In 1980, he was asked by the programme's then new producer, John Nathan-Turner, to update the iconic Doctor Who theme. The new arrangement appeared on that year's "The Leisure Hive", continuing to be used through Tom Baker's remaining series as the Doctor and throughout Peter Davison's. It was replaced during Colin Baker's tenure in 1986 with a new version by Dominic Glynn. "Through A Glass Darkly" was released in 1978 as a standalone studio album by Howell in collaboration with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. The six original instrumental compositions (one of which is 19 minutes long) flaunt a prog rock influence as well as the distinctive electronic sound of the RWS. "The Astronauts" (track 5, side 2) appeared again as a B side to the 1980 single release of his version of the Doctor Who theme.
Roger Limb - OST The Box Of Delights
Roger Limb
OST The Box Of Delights
2LP | 2019 | US | Original (Silva Screen)
41,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Original
* First Vinyl Pressing
* Housed in a Gatefold Sleeve Poet Laureate John Masefield's classic 1935 fantasy was brought to TV screens in 1984 at a cost of £1 million, the most expensive children's series to date in the history of the BBC. A forerunner to the work of CS Lewis, Roald Dahl and JK Rowling, the series remains a golden memory of 80’s childhood. Starring Patrick Troughton and Robert Stephens and filmed in a variety of scenic locations in the UK, it's the story of a young schoolboy whose ownership of a magic box allows him to shrink, fly, revisit the past and experience incredible wonders and creatures. The series was renowned for its ambitious special effects scooping three BAFTA awards, one for best children's series and two for television craft.

Composer Roger Limb, a specialist in electronic music and working with The BBC Radiophonic Workshop, is famed for his Doctor Who work, but his range extended much further than science-fiction and includes Martin Luther: Heretic and the Look And Read serials. Mirroring the visuals, the music presents a truly innovative score combining real instruments with synthesised sounds. Included on this release is the delightful original theme, Victor Hely-Hutchinson's Carol Symphony: Andante quasi lento e cantabile performed by the Pro Arte Orchestra.
Paddy Kingsland - OST The Changes
Paddy Kingsland
OST The Changes
2LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Silva Screen)
33,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Limited Edition for Record Store Day 2018

500 x Limited Numbered Edition Double LP on
White Vinyl - 1970's Cult BBC TV Original Soundtrack - First Ever Release -
Written by Paddy Kingsland and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop The
critically acclaimed BBC TV series, The Changes, was first broadcast by the
BBC in in 1975, accompanied by music from electronic pioneer Paddy
Kingsland, who wrote and recorded the score while working at the BBC
Radiophonic Workshop. The 10 part series, adapted from Peter Dickinson's
book trilogy, was perfectly suited to Kingsland's seminal electronic style,
following a teenager living in a Britain where machinery and technology emit
a terrible, all-enveloping noise, causing the population to destroy them.
Kingsland used an early synthesiser, the EMS Synthi 100 (which was
apparently so large, they had to remove the doors of the studio to get it
through), overlaid with live instruments including sitar, percussion, tabla, flute
and horns to create a soundtrack which is indicative of exactly how the BBC
Radiophonic Workshop's early output influenced and informed the popular
electronic music of the Eighties and beyond. Kingsland went on to write the
music for (amongst others) The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Radio and
TV series), Doctor Who and Around the World in 80 Days, as well as
composing for the KPM music library, who issued eight albums of his work.
An LP of his Radiophonic Workshop output, "The Fourth Dimension" , was
released by BBC Records in 1973.
Tristram Cary - OST Quatermass And The Pit - Electronic Cues
Pino Donaggio - OST Don't Look Now
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