More than two dozen famous film soundtracks are getting fancy LP reissues. Universal Music Enterprises plans to capitalize on both the recent vinyl resurgence and the success of niche soundtrack labels by releasing 26 individual scores and soundtracks over the first five months of 2015, including John Williams’ scores for E.T. and Jaws, Nino Rota’s meandering score for The Godfather, and the soundtracks for films like Clueless, Juice, and Pulp Fiction. A few of the albums have already been released, like the soundtrack to Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing, which came out January 20. But others, like Howard Shore’s Silence Of The Lambs score and Alan Menken and Howard Ashman’s tunes for Little Shop Of Horrors, are due in the near future.
A full list of what’s coming when is below. All the LPs are available for pre-order via Amazon or—even better—your local record store.
Do The Right Thing
Good Will Hunting
Pulp Fiction (picture disc)
Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet (2 versions, one black, one blue)
Silence Of The Lambs
Little Shop Of Horrors
O Brother, Where Art Thou? (picture disc)
Friday Night Lights