Waxwork Records just teased a deluxe version of their vinyl release of The Exorcist‘s (1973) original motion picture soundtrack.
The original release included the the following, which weirdly omits Mike Oldfield’s “Tubular Bells”. Being that Waxwork is bringing a deluxe version, I suspect it’ll include the classic theme.
1 –Jack Nitzsche, Krzysztof Penderecki Iraq
2 –Anton Webern Five Pieces For Orchestra
3 –Krzysztof Penderecki Polymorphia
4 –Krzysztof Penderecki String Quartet No. 1
5 –Harry Bee Beginnings From “The Wind Harp”
6 –Krzysztof Penderecki Kanon For Orchestra And Tape
7 –Hans Werner Henze Fantasia For Strings
8 –Lalo Schifrin Music From The Unused Trailer
9 –Lalo Schifrin Suite From The Unused Score To ‘The Exorcist’
10 –Lalo Schifrin Rock Ballad (Unused Theme From ‘The Exorcist’)
— Waxwork Records (@waxworkrecords) January 31, 2017
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