Music on Vinyl A QUIET PLACE PART II and The Stand

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The Mondo x Death Waltz 10th Anniversary celebration continues! This week, we are thrilled to bring you A QUIET PLACE PART II, from Death Waltz (once again featuring a score by Marco Beltrami, and artwork by Matt Ryan Tobin), as well as a special exclusive from our friends at Lakeshore Records.

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Lakeshore Records has pressed us an exclusive version of Nathaniel Walcott and Mike Mogis' soundtrack to STEPHEN KING’S THE STAND miniseries. This will be the only physical edition of THE STAND, and is limited to 500 copies.

In case you missed it yesterday, we dropped a bunch of amazing video game vinyl on our site, starting with the all new THE LAST OF US PART II: COVERS & RARITIES EP, which features 5 acoustic covers. We also released an exclusive colorway for the all new game SABLE by Japanese Breakfast and a restock of Bear McCreary's score to GOD OF WAR. Those are available now in our shop.

A QUIET PLACE PART II and THE STAND will go live, this Wednesday at 12PM CT at MondoRecordShop.com.

NEW RELEASE:

A QUIET PLACE PART II - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack LP


Hypersensitive horrors from outer space are back in John Krasinski’s A QUIET PLACE PART II. Picking up where the last film left off, the Abbott family look for further survivors in their post-apocalyptic nightmare, only to face a different ordeal as they band together with a survivalist desperate to avoid the gruesome fate that befell his family.

Returning to score the second film is Marco Beltrami (SCREAM), who creates a similarly terrifying, yet beautiful, soundscape for the nightmarish experiences of the Abbotts. Beltrami elects to retain the same themes and material from A QUIET PLACE, using it as a device to remind listeners of that world, while new music comes in to extend it. One trick the composer tries is detuning several piano keys to help play with the idea of fading memories, toeing the line between subtle and intense tones for a film that has a particular aural landscape. What results from this is a dynamic soundtrack, while not sounding exhausting. A QUIET PLACE PART II is not only satisfyingly scary, but emotionally cathartic. Just don’t make any sound while listening to it. (Charlie Bridgen)
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A QUIET PLACE PART II - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack LP. Music by Marco Beltrami. Artwork by Matt Ryan Tobin. Mastered for vinyl by Darren Page. Pressed on 140 Gram Color Vinyl. Numbered edition of 600 copies, housed inside a gatefold spot varnish jacket. $30

DISTRIBUTED TITLES:
THE STAND - ORIGINAL TELEVISION SOUNDTRACK (Lakeshore Records)
Mondo Exclusive


THE STAND is Stephen King’s apocalyptic vision of a world decimated by plague and embroiled in an elemental struggle between good and evil. The fate of humankind rests on the frail shoulders of the 108-year-old Mother Abagail (Whoopi Goldberg) and a handful of survivors. Their worst nightmares are embodied in a man with a killer smile and unspeakable powers: Randall Flagg (Alexander Skarsgård) ... the Dark Man.
This limited-event series also closes with a new coda written by the famed author himself. Music score was composed by Nathaniel Walcott (MIDNIGHT SUN, COME, FIND ME) and Mike Mogis (ED RUSCHA, WOODY AND THE WORLD'S HOTTEST PEPPER). Together, they are also 2/3 of the current award-winning, Bright Eyes lineup.


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THE STAND - ORIGINAL TELEVISION SOUNDTRACK 2XLP. Lakeshore Records. Mondo exclusive. Limited to 500 copies. $35

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I've only watched AQP II once, and honestly, if you told me it was exactly the same score as the first movie, I would believe you. :)