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Eastrail 177 Trilogy Boxset

New Condition

$178.50

Waxwork Records, in collaboration with Back Lot Music and Hollywood Records, is proud to present the debut film score vinyl release to M. Night Shyamalan’s Eastrail 177 Trilogy. Composed of Unbreakable (2000), Split (2016), and Glass (2019), the Eastrail 177 Trilogy is a visionary comic-book film series written, produced, and directed by M. Night Shyamalan.

Includes – Unbreakable / Split and G;ass on Waxwork Exclusive colourway vinyl in a deluxe box.

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Unbreakable, about a security guard named David Dunn (Bruce Willis) who becomes the sole survivor of a train wreck, posed the question of what would happen if superheroes were real. At the insistence of a mysterious, rare-comic-book collector named Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson), who suffers from a medical condition that makes his bones shatter on the slightest impact, Dunn comes to believe that he has super strength and is impervious to injury or illness. Not only that, he has the ability to see or sense the evil deeds of others simply by touching them.

The Unbreakable score, by James Newton Howard, was the second collaboration between Shyamalan and Howard, following their work together on The Sixth Sense. The Unbreakable score experience was unlike any the composer had had before. “Night sat there and storyboarded the whole movie for me,” Howard said. “I’ve never had a director do that for me. He wanted something that was very different, very distinctive, that immediately evoked the movie when people heard it.”

Howard and Shyamalan chose to simplify the score, and minimized the number of instruments (strings, trumpets and piano), with limited orchestrations. Some compositions were recorded in a converted church in London. “You could have recorded the same music in a studio in Los Angeles, and it would have been great, but there is something about the sound of that church studio,” Howard said. “It’s definitely more misterioso.”

James Newton Howard is an American composer, conductor, and producer. He has scored more than 100 films and is the recipient of a Grammy Award, Emmy Award, and eight Academy Award nominations. His scores include The Fugitive, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Hunger Games film series.

Split, a terrifying, breakneck thriller, centers on Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy), a man with dissociative identity disorder whose more sinister personalities (collectively known as The Horde) kidnap three teenage girls. The plan is to feed the “impure” girls to another of Crumb’s personalities, a superhuman creature known as The Beast. The final girl, Casey Cooke (Anya Taylor-Joy) is spared because The Beast sees scars covering Casey’s body, markers of childhood abuse. Because Casey, unlike the other girls, has suffered, her heart is pure. “Rejoice,” The Beast tells her. “The broken are the more evolved.”

The Split score, by West Dylan Thordson, became the first collaboration between Shyamalan and the composer. Sonic, sinister and foreboding, the music was unlike any recorded for a film before. “I started by recording several loose takes of some simple harmonic bowing ideas with a cellist and violinist,” Thordson said. “The intention was to heavily modulate the captured sounds. While playing around with an idea in the past, I’d accidentally captured something like this and wanted to explore it more. The resulting sound was extremely chaotic, unpredictable, and scary. It felt haunted and seemed to capture the otherworldly, tortured, animalistic quality I was looking for. I wanted it to feel like “Jaws,” foreshadowing the existence of this malevolent being.”

Glass weaves together the unforgettable narratives of Unbreakable and Split in one explosive comic-book thriller. Bruce Willis returns as David Dunn as does Samuel L. Jackson as Elijah Price, known also by his pseudonym Mr. Glass. James McAvoy, reprising his role as Kevin Wendell Crumb and the multiple identities who reside within him, and Anya Taylor-Joy as Casey Cooke, the only captive to survive an encounter with The Beast. Following the conclusion of Split, Glass finds Dunn pursuing Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Price emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men. The film also stars Sarah Paulson as psychiatrist Dr. Ellie Staple.

Composer West Dylan Thordson reunited with Shyamalan for the Glass score. “I wanted to find sounds that felt brittle and sharp,” Thordson said. “Violin and metal percussion became clear voices for me to build from. Mainly, I wanted the combination of melody and dissonance in Glass to play to Elijah’s thrilling and playful energy. The longer gnarled sounds combined with the pristine orchestral elements seemed to work well to represent the melding of light and dark. To me, the score for Glass is largely about discovery and acceptance.”

West Dylan Thordson is an American film music composer. He is best known for his original scores to Joy, The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst, Foxcatcher and M. Night Shyamalan’s Split and Glass.

Waxwork Records is proud to release the Eastrail 177 Trilogy as a deluxe 6xLP box set featuring the complete scores to Unbreakable, Split, and Glass. Each album is pressed as an exclusive colored 180 gram vinyl double LP. Each 2xLP is housed in its respective heavyweight, old-style tip-on gatefold jackets with satin coating. All three albums are housed in a high-quality, case- wrapped collectors’ box. Pencil illustrations and inks were created by comic book artist Jonas Scharf (Marvel, Boom!Studios) and colors were created by Dennis Calero (Marvel, DC, Dark Horse Comics).

  • A01
    Visions
  • A02
    Reflection Of Elijah
  • B03
    Weightlifting
  • B05
    Hieroglyphics
  • B05
    Falling Down
  • B06
    Unbreakable
  • C07
    Goodnight
  • C08
    The Wreck
  • C09
    Second Date
  • C10
    School Nurse
  • C11
    Blindsided
  • D12
    The Orange Man
  • D13
    Carrying Audrey
  • D14
    Mr.Glass / End Title
  • A01
    Opening
  • A02
    What's Wrong With Barry?
  • A03
    Dr. Fletcher In Philadelphia
  • A04
    A Way Out
  • A05
    Dr. Fletcher And The World
  • A06
    What Are You Up To, Dennis?
  • A07
    Casey Tells The Truth
  • B08
    Somebody Save Us
  • B09
    Last Rites
  • B10
    I Know You Want To Tell Me Something
  • B11
    There Are Things That Are Hard To Believe
  • B12
    I'm Really Sad You Feel This Way
  • C13
    Arrival
  • C14
    Meeting The Others
  • C15
    Meeting The Others
  • C16
    Dr. Fletcher's Death
  • C17
    Casey Meets The Beast
  • D18
    Kevin Wendell Crumb
  • D19
    The Standoff
  • D20
    The Standoff
  • D21
    Rejoice
  • D22
    The Beast (Bonus Track)
  • A01
    Physicks
  • A02
    Brick Factory
  • A03
    Pink Room
  • A04
    Cycles
  • A05
    Backfire
  • B06
    Remember
  • B07
    Escape
  • B08
    David & Elijah
  • B09
    Pierce
  • B10
    Belief
  • C11
    Thru The Basement
  • C12
    Parking Lot
  • C13
    Unraveling
  • C14
    Ordinary Man
  • C15
    Kevin & Casey
  • D16
    Checkmate
  • D17
    Origin Story
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