Details & Art For Waxworks Records’ ROSEMARY’S BABY Score! Order Now!


Waxwork Records had a bit of a server hiccup (which basically crashed due to the overwhelming demand), but all has been fixed and their surely lavish release of Christopher Komeda’s ROSEMARY’S BABY score is now available to order for a scant $27! Check out all the details below, and gaze upon another work of glorious cover art from Jay Shaw above!

Press Release:

We are thrilled to present Christopher Komeda’s score to the 1968 horror classic, Rosemary’s Baby. Remixed and mastered for vinyl from the original analog master tapes, this special release is the definitive presentation of the film’s score. This release also marks the first time the complete film score has been pressed to vinyl. Features include in-depth liner notes, unreleased productions stills, and full package artwork by Jay Shaw.

Rosemary’s Baby will be available on clear 180 gram vinyl.

Two very limited variants will be available: 500 randomly inserted units will be pressed onto 180 gram black and crystal clear center haze vinyl.

The first 200 customers will receive a very special super variant presented in a never-before created vinyl effect: An independently double colored / sided record. SIDE A features a baby blue marble and SIDE B features a deep blood red marble. This special variant is a solid 12″ LP and weighs in at 200 grams. This record is a first of it’s kind.

LP package details include audiophile-grade virgin vinyl housed in an old style heavyweight casebound tip-on gatefold jacket with satin finish and spot UV gloss. A satin finish art print featuring an extensive essay by artist Jay Shaw will be inserted into each package.

Jay Shaw’s tasteful and detailed cover art marks the first time Rosemary’s Baby artwork has been studio-approved since Stephen Frankfurt’s iconic 1968 film poster for the film.

Pre-orders begin Tuesday, December 10, 2013. Official street date hits Tuesday, January 28th 2014.

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