Akira Ifukube Godzilla (1954) 180g LP (Grey Vinyl)
Akira Ifukube Godzilla (1954) 180g LP (Grey Vinyl)
Genre: Soundtrack
Label: Death Waltz
Composer: Akira Ifukube

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Akira Ifukube Godzilla (1954) 180g LP (Grey Vinyl)

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Availability: Discontinued
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SKU:
DWZLP024
UPC:
5053760008422
180g Grey Vinyl! First Time on Vinyl!
Includes Poster and New Artwork!


For the first time ever on vinyl, the full score to the legendary monster movie that started it all Godzilla by Akira Ifukube.

Death Waltz Recording Company are proud to be unearthing the legendary monster of our time and bringing him to vinyl in the shape of Akira Ifukube's score to Godzilla. Starkly different to the usual view of The Big G as the ultimate monster wrestler, Ifukube's music is intense, dark, and reflects Ishiro Honda's film as a pure horror film. While the score opens with the jaunty riff that would eventually become Godzilla's Theme, the majority of the music alternates between pounding brass and mournful strings as we witness the death and destruction that comes in Godzilla's wake.

Ifukube uses low string notes as a sinister motif to herald the arrival of the creature, and then turns up the brass to eleven, creating an atmosphere of pure apocalypse. More horrifying still are the piercing strings that score the oxygen destroyer, the device that would destroy Godzilla. Big laments are used as the characters question the use of the machine as a weapon of mass destruction, and it's this remarkable human quality that infuses the score with its unique feel. Help Death Waltz Recordings celebrate the sixtieth birthday of the greatest monster to walk the earth, and the powerhouse musical experience that is Akira Ifukube's Godzilla.

Features:
• 180g Vinyl
• Grey Vinyl
• Remastered
• Poster
• New Artwork
• Contains hidden locked groove track of the "Godzilla Stomp"
• Import

Selections:
Side One:

1. Godzilla Approaches
2. Godzilla Main Title
3. Medley/ Ship Music / Sinking Of Eikou – Maru
4. Sinking Of Bingou Maru
5. Anxieties On Ootojima Island
6. Ootojima Temple Festival
7. Stormy Ootojima Island
8. Theme For Ootojima Island
9. Japanese Army March I
10. Horror Of The Water Tank
11. Godzilla Comes Ashore
Side Two:
1. Godzilla's Rampage
2. Desperate Broadcast
3. Godzilla Comes To Tokyo Bay
4. Intercept Godzilla
5. Tragic Sight Of The Imperial Capital
6. Oxygen Destroyer
7. Prayer For Peace
8. Japanese Army March II
9. Godzilla At The Ocean Floor
10. Ending
11. Secret Hidden Track
Description
180g Grey Vinyl! First Time on Vinyl!
Includes Poster and New Artwork!


For the first time ever on vinyl, the full score to the legendary monster movie that started it all Godzilla by Akira Ifukube.

Death Waltz Recording Company are proud to be unearthing the legendary monster of our time and bringing him to vinyl in the shape of Akira Ifukube's score to Godzilla. Starkly different to the usual view of The Big G as the ultimate monster wrestler, Ifukube's music is intense, dark, and reflects Ishiro Honda's film as a pure horror film. While the score opens with the jaunty riff that would eventually become Godzilla's Theme, the majority of the music alternates between pounding brass and mournful strings as we witness the death and destruction that comes in Godzilla's wake.

Ifukube uses low string notes as a sinister motif to herald the arrival of the creature, and then turns up the brass to eleven, creating an atmosphere of pure apocalypse. More horrifying still are the piercing strings that score the oxygen destroyer, the device that would destroy Godzilla. Big laments are used as the characters question the use of the machine as a weapon of mass destruction, and it's this remarkable human quality that infuses the score with its unique feel. Help Death Waltz Recordings celebrate the sixtieth birthday of the greatest monster to walk the earth, and the powerhouse musical experience that is Akira Ifukube's Godzilla.

Features:
• 180g Vinyl
• Grey Vinyl
• Remastered
• Poster
• New Artwork
• Contains hidden locked groove track of the "Godzilla Stomp"
• Import

Selections:
Side One:

1. Godzilla Approaches
2. Godzilla Main Title
3. Medley/ Ship Music / Sinking Of Eikou – Maru
4. Sinking Of Bingou Maru
5. Anxieties On Ootojima Island
6. Ootojima Temple Festival
7. Stormy Ootojima Island
8. Theme For Ootojima Island
9. Japanese Army March I
10. Horror Of The Water Tank
11. Godzilla Comes Ashore
Side Two:
1. Godzilla's Rampage
2. Desperate Broadcast
3. Godzilla Comes To Tokyo Bay
4. Intercept Godzilla
5. Tragic Sight Of The Imperial Capital
6. Oxygen Destroyer
7. Prayer For Peace
8. Japanese Army March II
9. Godzilla At The Ocean Floor
10. Ending
11. Secret Hidden Track
ISBN
ASSOC
R
Genre
Soundtrack
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
YES
Inventory
.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Record Speed Record Size
Artist
Title
Godzilla
Composer
Akira Ifukube
Additional Artists
Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
1
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
06-02-2014
Release Date
09-04-2014
Availability
Discontinued
Format
Vinyl
Scratch & Dent
0
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