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  • Image of Night of the Living Dead
  • Image of Night of the Living Dead
  • Image of Night of the Living Dead
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Original live score to George A.Romero's 1968 zombie classic

• 6-Track LP, 45rpm
• Limited to 500 copies 
• Includes digital download card 
• 150g Transparent Neon Green Vinyl

MORRICONE YOUTH have been a solid fixture of the NYC music/film scene since forming in 1999, and have composed/re-interpreted and performed over 100 soundtracks live to film screenings.

Beginning a series of vinyl releases by the band, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD is a superb re-score featuring original compositions by the band (led by DEVON LEVINS, host of WFMUs long-running soundtrack show 'Morricone Island') which range from eerie synth/guitar cues to full-on bangers that recall Fantomas in 'Director's Cut' mode. The album also features a couple of gnarly, synthed-up versions of iconic cues from the original library soundtrack.

To celebrate this release, Ondes Positives' artist Scott Johannsson has created a unique, one-off gatefold sleeve housing a test pressing of the album, featuring hand-cut window panes, 3D lettering, hand-painted effects and elements of the original sleeve art. The first 25 orders received will be entered into a lottery to win this artist edition to go alongside their standard LP.
** UPDATE: This lottery has now ended/test pressing has been claimed **

Side A
Driveway To The Cemetery (Main Title) *
Barbra
Traumatized

Side B
At The Gravesite **
Beat 'Em Or Burn 'Em
Another One For The Fire (End Title)

* Composed by Spencer Moore
** Composed by William Loose and Jack Cookerly

Catalog No. is CCR-008

Devon E. Levins - guitars, percussion, glockenspiel, keyboards
John Castro - bass, vocals, keyboards
Dan Kessler - keyboards, percussion
Kenny Shaw - drums, percussion

First performance on May 8, 2015 at Nitehawk Cinema, Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Engineered and mixed by Quinn McCarthy at The Creamery Studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn in the winter of 2015/2016.

Mastered by Alex DeTurk at Strange Weather, Brooklyn.

Rene Goldberg - Art
Brent Stickels/YYES - Design

Availability

  • 2 in stock