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Even though it might be sold out by the time you read this, it’s worth noting that the Predator OST vinyl release is freakin’ stellar. To assist in your understanding of just how excellent this release is, allow me to recapitulate Real Gone Music’s informative bullet points and full description, along with an image of the CAMO VINYL variant. Quality, yo. -MLE

  • Though Derided as Derivative When It Came Out, Predator Has Only Grown in Reputation as One of the Great Action/Sci-Fi Films, and Marked the Full Flowering of Arnold Schwarzenegger as a Genuine Movie Star
  • The Soundtrack by Alan Silvestri (Romancing the Stone; Back to the Future) Has Also Become a Cult Favorite, Sparking No Less Than Three Limited-Edition CD Releases
  • Silvestri’s Score Is Every Bit as Brutal and Hard-Hitting as the Film Itself, Employing a Full Orchestra, Deft Electronic Touches, and Bruising Percussion
  • Among the Highlights Are the Eerie, Descending Strings as the Predator Descends to Earth, the Propulsive Military March That Introduces the Commando Team, and the Simple Trumpet Fanfare in ‘He’s My Friend’ Lamenting the Loss of a Fallen Comrade
  • Sound Is Taken from Intrada’s 2012 Complete and Definitive Edition of the Score
  • Real Gone Music’s Vinyl Release Features Newly Commissioned, Custom Front Cover Art by Rafał Wechterowicz Depicting the Predator in All Its Gory Glory
  • Gatefold Double-LP Set Also Includes Production Stills
  • Green and Brown ‘Camo’ Vinyl Release
  • Limited to 1300 Copies

“Alan Silvestri’s masterful score to Predator has been one of the most sought-after action film soundtracks of all time, sparking no less than three limited-edition CD releases that all successively sold out in short order. And it’s little wonder; fresh from back-to-back triumphs with Romancing the Stone and Back to the Future, Silvestri employs a full orchestra, occasional, deft electronic touches, and—most of all—bruising percussion to fashion a score every bit as muscular and hard-hitting as the film itself. Among the truly inspired touches are the eerie, descending strings as the Predator descends to earth, the propulsive military march that introduces the commando team, and the simple trumpet fanfare in ‘He’s My Friend’ that laments the loss of a fallen comrade. Yet, because the film came out in the ‘90s during the premature death of vinyl, Predator has NEVER been released on LP…till now. Real Gone is proud to present Alan Silvestri’s score to Predator in a double-LP set featuring newly commissioned, custom front cover art by Rafał Wechterowicz that captures the Predator in all its ugly mother******ness, with additional stills from the production decorating the gatefold package. The sound to our release is taken from Intrada’s 2012 complete and definitive edition of the score, and it comes on green and brown ‘camo’ vinyl limited to 1300 copies. Get it before it disappears into the jungle!”

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    Friday, 3/16: Sweat is 13! Swing by and wish us mazel tov for 13 years of Sweat Records with a special happy hour birth party at the shop. Come out from 5-9pm for cake, cocktails, and 13% off all records!

    Sunday, 3/18: Classic Album Sundays Miami presents album of the month NICK CAVE The Boatman’s Call (1997), plus a bonus playback of THE CURE Disintegration (1989)! Join us to hear both on a Deja Vu Audio South sound system, plus we’ll have some special swag to give away courtesy of Discogs! 5-8pm, all ages welcome, tix available soon.

    Tuesday, 3/20: Emerge Miami Meeting, 7-8pm.

    Tuesday, 3/27: Emerge Miami Meeting, 7-8pm.

    Thursday, 4/12 @ O Cinema Wynwood: Sweat Records + O Cinema’s Music Movie Series presents a special one-night-only official screening of  Distant Sky: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Live In Copenhagen! Performing new album Skeleton Tree’s exquisite compositions alongside their essential catalogue, the band’s first shows in 3 years provoked an ecstatic response in fans, critics and band alike, renewing a profound and intimate relationship wherever they played. The band’s acclaimed tour started in Australia in January 2017 before tearing across the USA and ending in Europe, with some of the best reviews of their decorated career. 9:30pm screening, tickets available here.

    Saturday, 4/21: Holy s#*t it’s Record Store Day 2018! Mark your calendars and stay tuned.