If you still like to buy CDs and you happen to be a fan of Friday the 13th: Jason takes Manhattan, you’ll be happy to know that the original soundtrack for the film is now available on CD.
At stake this week since La-La Land Records there are only 2000 copies of the Jason takes Manhattan soundtrack on CD, which are now selling for $ 19.98 while supplies last.
La-La Land Records and Paramount Pictures proudly present the original soundtrack to the horror film from Paramount Pictures’ horror sequel. FRIDAY THE 13THth PART VIII – JASON TAKES MANHATTAN (1989), starring Todd Caldecott, Tiffany Paulsen and Kane Hodder, and directed by Rob Hedden. Acclaimed composer Fred mollin (FRIDAY THE 13THth PART VIII, FRIDAY 13th: THE SERIES) model the first FRIDAY The film’s soundtrack at the time was not composed or co-composed by Harry Manfredini, creating an entirely new musical soundscape of fun and horror. Based on his co-composition for FRIDAY THE 13THth PART VIII, Mollin fuels his ingenious use of industrial percussion, synth pads, rhythmic loops, synthesized strings and woodwinds and a skull-striking dissonance, resulting in a unique and remarkable work of electronic score. “
“Also included are four songs from the movie:” The Darkest Side of the Night, “” Broken Dream, “” JJ’s Blues, “and” Livin ‘In The City, “debuting in this presentation with new mixes by composer Fred. Mollin and the personal archives of composer Stan Meissner “.
Produced by Dan Goldwasser and Fred Mollin, and mastered by James Nelson, this limited-edition CD release was derived from the composer’s master elements. Since Mollin composed the score without the “Ki-Ki-Ki … Ma-ma-ma …“Motif (these were added later, regardless of the score, during the final mix of the film) many of these iterations are absent on this album.”
“Writer, composer and author of the next book The Music of FRIDAY 13th“Brian Satterwhite provides the deep and exclusive CD notes (including commentary from Mollin and composer Stan Meissner), while the cheerfully scary art design is by Dan Goldwasser.”