Howard Shore’s Score for The Fly Re-Released on Vinyl
Fans have another chance to pick up this fine score to the classic film!
By Jay Gervais
If you missed out on owning Howard Shore’s (The Silence of the Lambs) classic score to 1986’s The Fly on vinyl, Varèse Sarabande is giving you one more chance to pick it up and add it to your collection. This latest release from the retailer features a fancy “Teleporter Fog Green” vinyl and comes enclosed in standard packaging. Check it out below.
01. Main Title (1:54)
02. Plasma Pool (1:54)
03. The Last Visit (2:25)
04. Stathis Enters (2:19)
05. The Phone Call (2:07)
06. Seth Goes Through (2:03)
07. Ronnie Comes Back (:54)
08. The Jump (1:20)
09. Seth And The Fly (2:20)
10. Particle Magazine (1:01)
11. The Armwrestle (:51)
01. Brundlefly (1:43)
02. Ronnie's Visit (:35)
03. The Street (:43)
04. The Stairs (1:25)
05. The Fingernails (2:35)
06. Baboon Teleportation (:57)
07. The Creature (2:08)
08. Steak Montage (:59)
09. The Maggot / Fly Graphic (1:37)
10. Success With Baboon (:58)
11. The Ultimate Family (1:59)
12. The Finale (2:49)
The Fly was a 1986 film directed by David Cronenberg (Scanners, Videodrome) and starred Jeff Goldblum (Jurassic Park, Independence Day) as Seth Brundle, Geena Davis (Beetlejuice) as Veronica Quaife, and John Getz (Zodiac, The Fly II) as Stathis Borans.
This is honestly a fantastic score with Howard Shore’s memorable “Main Title,” and fans are sure to remember tracks like “Plasma Pool” and the emotional “The Last Visit.” Shore was a frequent collaborator with director Cronenberg and the two worked together on films like Scanners, Videodrome, and Dead Ringers, all of which helped lay down the foundation for his illustrious career and eventually lead him to major accomplishments like the The Lord of the Rings trilogy and its prequel film series, The Hobbit.
If you’re interested in picking this vinyl up, head on over to Varèse Sarabande today. This one will knock you down $24.98 along with any associated shipping costs
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