Published Jul 24, 2013Though we've still yet to receive a due date for Waxwork Records' upcoming Day of the Dead reissue, the rising horror score hub has announced yet another project is in the works. This time, the imprint will be dusting off Krzysztof Komeda's score for satanic '60s psychodrama Rosemary's Baby.
The label revealed their reissue plans via its website, noting that the soundtrack for the classic Roman Polanski film is being "restored, mixed, and remastered directly from the original source master tapes." Additionally, it was revealed that former White Zombie guitarist J. Yuenger will be the guy handling the mastering duties.
Though a soundtrack had been issued around the time of the film's release back in 1968, with CD editions popping up over the years as well, Waxwork reports that this "definitive" version of the score has never before been pressed on vinyl. A tracklisting hasn't been delivered, but you can check out the film's Mia Farrow-sung theme down below.
Though a due date has yet to be revealed, the label detailed that the LP will be served up on 180-gram vinyl and feature a printed inner sleeve and come housed in a "matte varnish heavyweight jacket with spot UV gloss finish." Original album art will be produced by Jay Shaw (Ironjaiden).