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The Boogeyman - Complete Score - (Green Vinyl) - Limited Edition - Tim Krog

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¥ COLOR vinyl version limited to 1000 copies worldwide (with obistrip)
¥ Comes with a bonus CD-Record that plays on turntables
¥ Packaged in a deluxe gatefold tip-on jacket
¥ Comes with insert containing extensive & exclusive liner notes
In 1980 Lommel directed ÔTHE BOOGEYMANÕ starring John Carradine, which became a Ôslasher genreÕ hit and made the UKÕs banned ÔVideo NastiesÕ list. Two sequels were also produced in 1981 and 1983.

To underscore his film, Lommel needed a soundtrack that fitted the times like the synth based John Carpenter styled soundscapes used in Halloween. By the late seventies, electronic music had achieved new heights of popularity. Technological innovations such as the Mini-Moog became a weapon of choice for new composers, churning out chilling electronic music that showed the industry its full creative potential. For this he turned to Tim Krog and his team ÔSynthe-Sound-TraxÕ composed out of Jan Barlett and Ed Christiano. This trio produced a soundtrack far more progressive and unique than one might expect. Moving easily between traditional melodies and more experimental textures, The BoogeymanÕs score is a superb example of an economical but highly effective scoring style that would be prevalent throughout the ensuing decade.

As you listen to these soundscapes, remember one thing: ÒThe Boogey manÓ will get you if you donÕt watch outÓ.
In 1980 Lommel directed ÔTHE BOOGEYMANÕ starring John Carradine, which became a Ôslasher genreÕ hit and made the UKÕs banned ÔVideo NastiesÕ list. Two sequels were also produced in 1981 and 1983.

To underscore his film, Lommel needed a soundtrack that fitted the times like the synth based John Carpenter styled soundscapes used in Halloween. By the late seventies, electronic music had achieved new heights of popularity. Technological innovations such as the Mini-Moog became a weapon of choice for new composers, churning out chilling electronic music that showed the industry its full creative potential. For this he turned to Tim Krog and his team ÔSynthe-Sound-TraxÕ composed out of Jan Barlett and Ed Christiano. This trio produced a soundtrack far more progressive and unique than one might expect. Moving easily between traditional melodies and more experimental textures, The BoogeymanÕs score is a superb example of an economical but highly effective scoring style that would be prevalent throughout the ensuing decade.

As you listen to these soundscapes, remember one thing: ÒThe Boogey manÓ will get you if you donÕt watch outÓ.
Track Listing

1. The Boogey Man
2. Nightmare
3. Weird Willy Music
4. The Boogey Man Strikes
5. Explosion at the Well
6. The Boogey Man (Version 2)
7. Childhood
8. Jake's Theme
9. Gloom
10. Music Box
11. Fast Tracks
12. The Boogey Man (Version 3)