Jed Kurzel 'The Babadook (Original Film Score)' LP


* 180 Gram Black with White Swirl Colored Vinyl

* Heavyweight uncoated old-style gatefold jackets with pop-up Mister Babadook

* 12” x 12” heavyweight insert with artwork by Jessica Seamans

* Liner Notes by composer Jed Kurzel

Waxwork Records is thrilled to present the soundtrack to the 2014 Australian psychological horror film, THE BABADOOK. Directed by Jennifer Kent, THE BABADOOK focuses on a troubled widow, Amelia, who is is raising her six year old son, Samuel, after the death of her husband from an automobile accident. After a series of strange events, Amelia and Samuel un-expectedly receive a mysterious pop-up-storybook: Mister Babadook. The book describes a hideous, tall, pale faced monster in a top hat and coat that tortures his victims after they become aware of his existence. The narrative and film engulf the viewer in themes of personal loss, grief, despair, and ultimately, recovery.

The soundtrack by Jed Kurzel (Alien: Covenant) is whimsically dark, brooding, and at times, a terrifying listening experience. Kurzel blends electronic instruments and synthesizers with unor-thodox instruments and pulsating, drowning vocal soundscapes.

The film received worldwide critical acclaim.THE EXORCIST director, William Friedkin, publicly announced, “I’ve never seen a more ter-rifying film than THE BABADOOK. It will scare the hell out of you as it did me.”

The deluxe LP package includes a re-creation panel of THE BABADOOK storybook complete with old-style tip on gatefold jackets and a pop-up Mister Babadook, heavyweight printed in-serts featuring all new artwork by Jessica Seamans of LandLand, liner notes by composer Jed Kurzel, and 180 Gram Black and White swirl colored vinyl.



Amelia’s Dream / Swing, The Babadook Theme, Book Opening, It’s In My Room, Shopping Mall, The Basement / The Magician, Don’t Let It In / Ruby’s Party, Falling, The Book Returns / Police Station / Falling, Méliés, Locking Up The House, Amelia Taken Over, Gliding, Stairs, Exorcism, The Babadook End Credits

Jack Orion and you’ll be doing fine. The perfect album for a winter day and a joint.

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