alan silvestri preadtor vinyl lp
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01 alan silvestri preadtor vinyl lp
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alan silvestri preadtor vinyl lp
01 alan silvestri preadtor vinyl lp
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01 alan silvestri preadtor vinyl lp
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Predator (Limited Blood Red & “Predator Dreads” Blue Splatter Vinyl Edition) (PRE-ORDER)

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$64.58

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Real Gone is proud to present Alan Silvestri’s score to Predator
in a double-LP set featuring custom front cover art
by Rafał Wechterowicz that captures the Predator in
all its ugly motherfuckerness, with additional stills
from the production decorating the gatefold package.
The sound to our release is taken from Intrada’s 2012
complete and definitive edition of the score, and
it comes on blood red & “predator dreads” blue
splatter vinyl limited to 1000 copies. Get it before it
disappears into the jungle!

Pre-order now - Due in soon | ONLY 3 LEFT

Alan Silvestri’s masterful score to the 1987 film Predator has been one of the most sought-after action film soundtracks of all time, sparking no less than three
limited-edition CD releases that all successively sold out in short order (as did our first vinyl pressing)!

And it’s little wonder; fresh from
back-to-back triumphs with Romancing the Stone and Back to the Future, Silvestri employs a full orchestra, occasional, deft electronic touches, and—most of all—bruising percussion to fashion a score every bit as muscular and hard-hitting as the film itself. Among the truly inspired touches are the eerie, descending strings as the Predator
descends to earth, the propulsive military march that introduces the commando team, and the simple trumpet fanfare in “He’s My Friend” that laments the loss of a fallen comrade.