A killer children’s classic and a classic about killer children.

Waxwork Records have reanimated a pair of very different vintage horror soundtracks as we enter October.

First, Texas Chainsaw Massacre-director Tobe Hooper’s 1979 TV adaptation of Stephen King’s vampire classic Salem’s Lot makes its debut on vinyl. Soundtracked by Academy Award-winning composer Harry Sukman, it was his final work before his death in 1984. The 2xLP release is available on either “Blue Moonlight” vinyl or “Vampire Blue, Black Cloak, & Yellow Swirl” vinyl.

On a more kid-friendly note, the label have also released the first vinyl soundtrack for Mad Monster Party, the Rankin / Bass Halloween classic starring Boris Karloff and Phyllis Diller. The remastered release includes new artwork, an essay about the film and comes pressed on either “Count Dracula Black & Green Swirl” or “Hunchback Pink & Yellow swirl”.

Find the artwork for both below and order them from Waxwork Record’s store now.







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