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Waxwork Just Released Vinyl Repress of ‘Creepshow’ Soundtrack

In the wake of their Creepshow 2 soundtrack release, Waxwork Records has also just put up for grabs a brand new vinyl re-press of the soundtrack for the first Creepshow!

The soundtrack for the 1982 horror-anthology classic was originally pressed and released in 2014 and 2015 by Waxwork and quickly sold out. This deluxe 2017 re-press features high quality packaging with heavyweight old-style tip on gatefold jackets with a built-in booklet page, director liner notes from George A. Romero, composer liner notes from John Harrison, 34 retro synth-horror driven tracks, 180 gram colored vinyl, printed inserts, and is loaded with artwork by Ghoulish Gary Pullin.

“Waxwork Records worked exhaustively with director George Romero and composer John Harrison to develop the definitive CREEPSHOW soundtrack experience. By collaborating with composer John Harrison (Day Of The Dead, Tales From The Darkside), Waxwork Records located the original 1982 master tapes in an attic in Pittsburgh which were thought have been lost forever. Re-mixed and re-mastered for vinyl, CREEPSHOW has never sounded better, and features every piece of score music from the classic film.”

Two versions of the 2017 release are available:

  • 180 Gram “Lunkhead” Vinyl (Translucent Green with Black Smoke)
  • 180 Gram “Kill-Lights” Vinyl (Deep Translucent Red with Blue Smoke)

Preview three tracks below and grab your copy from the Waxwork shop!



  • Bobby Jones

    why can’t we get more Creepshow movies?

    • Necro

      Yeah I agree I’d love to see something new!

    • CalUni

      That’d be fun!

    • Rick-Taylor

      Ehhh, we did get a Creepshow 3 and it was total shit. Although, the true Creepshow 3 ended up being Tales from the Darkside: The Movie. That was alright.

  • Necro

    Damn I guess I’ll have to start getting these vinyl releases. Everyone I’ve seen so far is killer.

  • Convefefe

    We also need a kick ass – similar to Arrow video – blu ray release. So far only barebones w no frills. Creepshow is in need of restoration & remastering. What gives?

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