Waxwork Records prepares vinyl reissue of soundtrack to Roman Polanski’s horror classic Rosemary’s Baby
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In a week of newborn news, fledgling imprint Waxwork Records have announced plans to reissue the complete score of Roman Polanski’s 1968 pregnancy horror Rosemary’s Baby on vinyl.
Composed by Krzysztof Komeda, the soundtrack has been re-mastered and mixed directly from the master tapes by former White Zombie guitarist, J. Yuenger. Waxwork have not announced a release date yet.
The label recently announced plans to reissue John Harrison’s score for George Romero’s much-loved zombie classic Day of the Dead, while it previously put out the original soundtrack to the 1985 horror Re-Animator.
Today FACT celebrated the news of a compilation of soundtracks from Japanese animators Studio Ghibli with a beginner’s guide to the soundtracks of Joe Hisaishi, as heard in Hayao Miyazake’s classics like Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke.
Hear some of the soundtrack in the Rosemary’s Baby trailer: