Composed by: Wojciech Kilar

La-La Land Records, Sony Pictures, Sony Music and American Zoetrope proudly present a three-disc remastered and expanded re-issue of acclaimed composer Wojciech Kilar’s (THE PIANIST, THE NINTH GATE) original score to the renowned 1992 feature film BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA, starring Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder and Anthony Hopkins, and directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Composer Kilar’s score is a notable and breathtaking work – a lush, masterful orchestral swirl of dread, beauty, suspense and sensuality… The perfect complement to Coppola’s surreal gothic masterwork. Disc One and Two of this deluxe re-issue presents the premiere of Kilar’s “composed score,” his music as originally written for the film. Disc Two also features a bounty of alternate bonus cues from this material. Disc Three showcases the acclaimed original 1992 album assembly, remastered, with additional bonus tracks. Produced by Dan Goldwasser and mastered by James Nelson, this special limited edition re-issue contains exclusive, in-depth liner notes from writer Tim Greiving and sumptuous, blood-thirsty art design by Goldwasser. This release is limited to 3000 units.



Dracula – The Beginning (original extended version) 8:53
The Journey (original extended version) 3:28
The Castle 1:34
The Legacy 1:45
Spilled Ink 1:34
Lucy’s Party (original version) 2:10
The Book (original version) 1:32
To the Brides (original version) 1:53
The Brides (original version) 2:01
The Storm (original version) 4:38
The Letter I 1:13
Love Remembered 1:08
Lucy’s Neck (original version) 0:14
The Cinema (original version) 2:18
Lucy’s Window (original version) 1:58
Rules Café Waltz 1:12
Rules Café (original version) 4:23
Lucy Squirms 1:12
The Letter II 2:52
The Hunt Builds (original version) 3:28
Dracula Revealed 1:03
Lucy’s Lullaby (vocal) 0:41
The Stake 0:32
Vampire Hunters (original version) 1:40
The Hunter’s Prelude 1:30
The Green Mist (original version) 1:30
Mina/Dracula (original extended version) 4:50




The Fire 1:48
So Cold (original version) 2:23
Mina Possessed 0:59
Ring of Fire (original version) 0:48
Race Against the Sunset 3:58
Love Remembered/Love Eternal (original finale) 3:33
The End (original version) 1:30
End Credits (original version) 3:23


Dracula – The Beginning (alternate) 4:28
The Journey (alternate) 2:33
The Book (alternate) 1:32
To the Brides (alternate) 1:52
The Storm (extended no choir) 4:54
Love Remembered (alternate) 1:11
Lucy Squirms (alternate) 1:00
The Letter II (alternate) 1:19
The Stake (alternate) 0:51
The Green Mist (alternate no mutes) 1:30
The Fire (alternate introduction) 1:52
So Cold (alternate) 2:16
Race Against the Sunset (no brass) 3:58
Race Against the Sunset (alternate) 1:05
Dracula Toolbox D18A 0:50
Dracula Toolbox D18B 0:49
Dracula Toolbox D18C 0:48
Dracula Toolbox: Lucy’s Lullaby (harp) 0:36
Dracula Toolbox: Tears to Diamonds (music box) 1:23
Whispered Drac (choir) 0:24



Dracula – The Beginning 6:41
Vampire Hunters 3:06
Mina’s Photo 1:25
Lucy’s Party 2:57
The Brides 4:56
The Storm 5:05
Love Remembered 4:10
The Hunt Builds 3:26
The Hunters Prelude 1:30
The Green Mist 0:55
Mina/Dracula 4:47
The Ring of Fire 1:52
Love Eternal 2:24
Ascension 0:51
End Credits 6:43
Love Song for a Vampire (From Bram Stoker’s Dracula) 4:20
Performed and Written by Annie Lennox


Mina/Dracula (extended suite) 5:13
Rules Café (extended album version) 3:13
The Hunt Builds (extended album version) 3:17
Mina/Jonathan (unused album suite) 2:35
Dracula Toolbox D21 (unused album suite) 3:35



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Composed by: The Newton Brothers

Note: This is not the soundtrack to The Haunting (1963)  or The Haunting (1999) Z

La-La Land Records, Paramount Television, Amblin Television and Netflix present the original score to the Netflix horror series THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE, starring Michiel Huisman, Carla Gugino and Henry Thomas and directed by Mike Flanagan. Renowned composers, The Newton Brothers (GERALD’S GAME, EXTINCTION, OUIJA: ORIGIN OF EVIL), provide a pitch-perfect music score for this acclaimed horror/drama series – one that matches each terrifying jolt and every heart-breaking revelation of this thoughtful and suspenseful re-imagining of the famed original Shirley Jackson novel. Delicate, beautiful, shocking and creepy, yet always human, this rich musicscape proves to be a vital component to a uniquely special series that manages to both embrace and transcend the horror genre. Produced by The Newton Brothers and mastered by Patricia Sullivan at Bernie Grundman Mastering, this CD release is limited to 2000 units and features haunting art design by Dan Goldwasser.

The Haunting of Hill House (Main Titles) 1:06
Come Home 5:12
Larks and Katydids 4:34
Darkness and Chaos 1:46
That Night 1:48
Take Her Down 1:27
Whatever Walked There, Walked Alone 1:05
Hill House 1:11
Go Tomorrow 2:38
Science vs. Religion 0:54
What Did You Really See 1:20
The Red Room 1:11
Missing Things 1:06
I Believe You 1:43
12:00 A.M. 1:45
In the Shadow of Ghosts 1:35
I Want to Wake up so Badly 3:17
Luke 1:28
Approaching the House 2:39
Haunted Past 1:52
You Remember 1:58
Feel Nothing 2:39
Beginning of the End Movement I 3:28
Beginning of the End Movement II (Tea Party) 2:44
Beginning of the End Movement III 2:29
Beginning of the End Movement IV 3:27
The End 2:48


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Composed by: Magnet

“The music to the Wicker Man is quite extraordinary. I think it is probably the best music I have heard in a film” Christopher Lee Lord Summerisle – The Wicker Man

A timely reissue for this seductive and alluring soundtrack on the 45th anniversary of the film’s release on December 6th 1973 at London’s Metropole Cinema. Based on the themes of fertile pre-Christian practices of pagan Britain, The Wicker Man did not follow the predictable formula of 1970’s British horror movies. The equally non-formulaic music score was provided by talented songwriter Paul Giovanni, and his assistant Gary Carpenter.

With only six weeks allotted to write, research and record the soundtrack, Giovanni drew on the rich traditions of Celtic music to present a brilliant collection of eclectic folk songs underpinned with aeons old verse.

The first eight tracks are the stereo masters which would have been the soundtrack to The Wicker Man that Paul Giovanni originally intended for album release but ultimately never happened because of the films troubled history. These masters were carefully preserved over the years and were presented for release for the first time in 2002.

The following three tracks were recorded for the film and used for playback purposes on set but only existed in mono versions and were digitally restored and enhanced for CD release and label Silva Screen.

The balance of the tracks was compiled from various sources (with occasional sound effects) and present elements of the background score to the film to give a more complete representation of this unique score.

“The brilliant thing about The Wicker Man soundtrack is that it’s risibly silly and total genius at the same time” – The Times

Corn Rigs
The Landlord’s Daughter
Gently Johnny
Fire Leap
The Tinker Of Rye
Willow’s Song
Chop Chop
Festival/Mirie It Is/Sumer-Is A-Cumen In
Opening Music/Loving Couples/The Ruined Church
The Masks/The Hobby Horse
Searching For Rowan
Appointment With The Wicker Man

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Composed by: Chad Cannon

Quartet Records and ScreamWorks Records presents the latest horror soundtrack album of Chad Cannon (Paper Lanterns).

Directed by Chris Alonso and Joshua Louis, Devil’s Tree: Rooted Evil is about an aspiring journalist named Sam who finds a tree with a very dark history. As her own past has demons that continue to haunt her, she eventually finds out what haunts this ominous tree. Loosely based on real events, the actual tree still stands today.

The film takes you on a ride out of the realm of fantasy and into the realm of true evil. The musical score by Chad Cannon takes the organ, one of the favorite instruments of horror films, and puts an unusual spin on it. By recording and digitally manipulating the sound of a church organ, the score gets a characteristic sound unlike any other horror film from recent memory. The package includes liner notes by Gergely Hubai discuss the film and the score.

The Boy (1:48)
Devil’s Tree Title (2:05)
The Mind of a Killer (3:32)
The Marine (6:01)
Another Victim (4:51)
Something’s Wrong With Rob (1:48)
Samatha Visits the Tree (2:47)
Officer Harris (1:33)
Flashback / Natalie’s Story (3:49)
The Murderer (5:13)
Paranormal Investigators (5:04)
Possessed (3:26)
Aunt Debby’s / Closing Credits (5:49)
The Spirit (0:50)

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Composed by: Elia Cmiral

Quartet Records and ScreamWorks Records presents the latest horror soundtrack album of Elia Cmiral (Ronin).

The fourth chilling collaboration between composer Elia Cmiral and writer/director Mark Young (Tooth & Nail, The Killing Jar) stars Scout Taylor-Compton and Olivia Luccardi as two girls from a party of six whose celebratory camping trip goes horribly wrong. A mutated virus that turns people into rampaging cannibal zombies pits former friends against each other and it’s up to the remaining survivors to find a way out of the nightmarish scenario.

Featuring a strings ensemble with piano and extended with contemporary electronica, Feral is scored as a drama thriller focusing on the hopeless set-up going from bad to worse. Besides the human characters there is a theme for the haunting, dark and silent forest keeping a grisly secret – the feral virus. The package includes liner notes by Gergely Hubai discuss the film and the score.

Journey Into the Forest (3:09)
Jules Encounters a Feral (2:11)
Alice (3.40)
Camper Chaos (2:54)
Jules Tricked (3:14)
Caught in the Act (3:10)
Fight to the Death (2:55)
The Trek to Recover Jesse (3:36)
Helpless (2:18)
Gine Attacked (1:45)
Alice Tells a Story (1:34)
Brienne is Changing (3:01)
Talbot’s Story (3:52)
The Cellar (2:59)
Run for Your Life (2:49)
Goodbye (4:42)
End Titles (4:00)