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Waxwork Records is honored to present the deluxe soundtrack vinyl re-issue of THE EXORCIST. Directed by the legendary and prolific William Friedkin (The French Connection, Sorcerer, Cruising, To Live and Die in LA) and starring Linda Blair, THE EXORCIST remains one of the most important, and scariest films in cinematic history.

Features:

  • 180 Gram Colored Vinyl
  • Clear with Black Smoke Vinyl
  • Re-Mastered From The Original Master Tapes
  • Deluxe Old Style Gatefold Jackets with Soft Touch Coating
  • 12”x12” Booklet
  • Exclusive Liner Notes by Director William Friedkin
  • New Art by Justin Erickson of Phantom City Creative

Waxwork Records collaborated with director William Friedkin to present an essential soundtrack experience of the various musical compositions from the THE EXORCIST. The new, deluxe soundtrack LP features the complete soundtrack to the 1973 classic film, and has been re-mastered directly from the original master tapes and pressed to 180 gram vinyl.

Deluxe features include exclusive liner notes from director William Friedkin, re-mastered audio, old style tip-on gatefold jackets with soft touch coating, a 12″×12″ booklet, 180 gram colored vinyl, and all new artwork by Justin Erickson of Phantom City Creative.

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The Exorcist
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Character Series:
The Exorcist
Brand:
Waxwork Records

Waxwork - The Exorcist Original Soundtrack

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Waxwork Records is honored to present the deluxe soundtrack vinyl re-issue of THE EXORCIST. Directed by the legendary and prolific William Friedkin (The French Connection, Sorcerer, Cruising, To Live and Die in LA) and starring Linda Blair, THE EXORCIST remains one of the most important, and scariest films in cinematic history.

Features:

  • 180 Gram Colored Vinyl
  • Clear with Black Smoke Vinyl
  • Re-Mastered From The Original Master Tapes
  • Deluxe Old Style Gatefold Jackets with Soft Touch Coating
  • 12”x12” Booklet
  • Exclusive Liner Notes by Director William Friedkin
  • New Art by Justin Erickson of Phantom City Creative

Waxwork Records collaborated with director William Friedkin to present an essential soundtrack experience of the various musical compositions from the THE EXORCIST. The new, deluxe soundtrack LP features the complete soundtrack to the 1973 classic film, and has been re-mastered directly from the original master tapes and pressed to 180 gram vinyl.

Deluxe features include exclusive liner notes from director William Friedkin, re-mastered audio, old style tip-on gatefold jackets with soft touch coating, a 12″×12″ booklet, 180 gram colored vinyl, and all new artwork by Justin Erickson of Phantom City Creative.

franchise:
The Exorcist
Artist:
Various Artists
Character Series:
The Exorcist
Brand:
Waxwork Records

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Huh? “Soundtrack”?

I’ve seen The Exorcist…oh…probably 50 times. And other than Mike Oldfield’s “Tubular Bells”, a piece that will always be associated with the film and with demons and possession, is the only bit of music than I can recall. I know Friedkin (I’m going to now call him “Billy”) I know Billy threw out the Warner Brothers-instigated Lilo Schifrin score. I like Schifrin (his score for “Rollercoaster” is an over-looked classic), but I can imagine what it might’ve sounded like. And anyway, Billy was working at the height of his ego…err, his talent, and he made the decision to nix it in favor of that Bell thing. The story being that during post-production, it was used as a temp track. Billy F, after hearing Schifrin’s score, decided that he would rather just use the temp track. Billy wanted it, Billy got it. Okay, maybe I’ll watch it again. Though I just showed it to my 20 year old niece who had never seen it. That was this past Halloween. At the time of this writing, it’s only been a day or so more than 2 weeks. I’m all for this release, and as soon as I stop pecking away on my iPad, I’m going to order it. Thanks, Waxwork!

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