Published Oct 29, 2014Horror fiends that they are, the soundtrack experts at Mondo have revealed plans to dig up another spooky score just in time for Halloween. This time, they're resuscitating Elliot Goldenthal's work on 1989's Pet Sematary for a deluxe vinyl reissue.
Mondo's Justin Ishmael spilled the beans last night (October 28) on his Instagram account, where he posted a picture of the Pet Sematary repress being held up high. Though details have yet to be delivered in full, the visual reveal shows that the repress features different artwork than the original soundtrack release.
Tracklisting details have yet to be delivered, though the original version issued through Varèse Sarabande in 1989 featured 22 tracks of assorted cues. This will be the first pressing of Goldenthal's score in 25 years.
Mondo's Pet Sematary is expected to go up for sale sometime on Friday (October 31).
Based upon Stephen King's 1984 novel of the same, regarding the resurrecting the dead, the film featured an original Ramones song, also called "Pet Sematary." The punky track received a separate 7-inch release and was also featured on the band's 1989 full-length, Brain Drain.