One Way Static Records has teamed up with Exclaim.ca to stream the entire soundtrack for the upcoming remastered re-issue of Wes Craven’s 1972 classic rape-revenge thriller Last House On The Left. The music was composed by David Hess, who portrayed the villainous Krug in the film, and can be heard below.
One Way Static comments, “David’s work here contains some truly beautiful songs, the discovery of which, for some, may be in stark contrast to the brutal displays of sadism and violence for which he was known to purvey onscreen. The fact that Hess could perform as both the poet, and the monster, is a testament to his skill as an artist. The soundtrack to Last House on the Left is a brilliantly unique and diverse mixture of farcical comedy, poignant, reflective folk music and instrumental experimentalism. Hess constructed a wonderful counterbalancing entity, which serves only to accentuate the impact of the movie.”
Make sure to head to Exclaim for more information and pre-order links.
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