Synth-Fuelled Score for 'Surf Nazis Must Die' Gets First-Ever Vinyl Pressing
Published Jul 16, 2014It's been close to 30 years since Surf Nazis Must Die first washed up into theatres, and now it's been revealed that Jon McCallum's score for the screwy beach flick is finally ready to terrorize your turntable. The score's first ever vinyl pressing catches a wave and crashes into stores this September.
Strange Disc Records has secured the rights to McCallum's synth- heavy score, with plans to ship the record around September 2. The music is described as fitting in with the work of John Carpenter and Tangerine Dream, with the chilly synth work having scored 1987 Troma flick's narrative about a post-apocalyptic future where a neo-Nazi group blitkriegs anyone that steps onto their assumed sandy territory.
You'll find a trio of previews from the platter down below, as well as a trailer for the project.
As for the packaging, the soundtrack comes housed in a gatefold jacket featuring artwork from McCallum, who also penned the score to cult classic Miami Connection, as well as those for Terror Eyes and Soul Taker. Liner notes will also be provided by the composer, film director Peter George and various members of the crew. While the score comes mastered for vinyl and served on traditional black wax, there will be copies on "Blood in the Water"coloured vinyl randomly inserted into sleeves.
You can pre-order the record here at Light in the Attic starting tomorrow (July 17).
Surf Nazis Must Die:
1, Once You've Caught The Wave
2. Opening Titles
3. Youth Of Tomorrow
4. After The Quake
5. Across The River
6. Visit To The Morgue
7. In The Church
8. Pushed Too Far
9. Nobody Goes Home
10. Mama Sends Her Love
11. Before The Fight
12. Chase Through The Boat Yard
13. The Last Wave
14. Promo Trailer