VA Christine: Original Soundtrack (John Carpenter) PLUS BONUS (1983).rar - A Rare and Valuable Collection of Music from a Classic Horror Film
If you are a fan of John Carpenter's 1983 horror film Christine, based on Stephen King's novel about a possessed car, you might be interested in this rare and valuable collection of music from the movie. This file contains not only the original soundtrack album, which features a selection of rock and roll tunes from the 1950s and 1960s, but also a bonus disc with the original motion picture score composed by John Carpenter and Alan Howarth.
The original soundtrack album was released in 1983 by Motown Records and includes 11 tracks, such as \"Bad to the Bone\" by George Thorogood, \"Not Fade Away\" by Buddy Holly, \"Pledging My Love\" by Johnny Ace, and \"Rock 'n Roll Is Here to Stay\" by Danny and the Juniors. These songs were used in the movie to create a contrast between the innocent nostalgia of the era and the dark and violent nature of Christine, the 1958 Plymouth Fury that kills anyone who threatens her or her owner, Arnie. The album also includes one track from Carpenter and Howarth's score, titled \"Christine Attacks (Plymouth Fury)\", which is a synth-driven piece that captures the menace and power of the car.
The bonus disc contains the complete original motion picture score by Carpenter and Howarth, which was not released until 2003 by Varese Sarabande Records. The score consists of 16 tracks that range from ambient and atmospheric to tense and pulsating. Carpenter and Howarth used synthesizers to create a sound that was influenced by Tangerine Dream, but also had elements of Carpenter's previous scores for Halloween, Escape from New York, and The Fog. The score is an essential part of the movie, as it creates a mood of suspense, horror, and action.
This file is a rare and valuable collection of music from a classic horror film that has become a cult favorite among fans of John Carpenter, Stephen King, and vintage cars. It is a must-have for anyone who appreciates the art of film music and wants to experience the full sonic impact of Christine.
Christine was directed by John Carpenter, who is widely regarded as one of the masters of horror cinema. He has directed many influential and acclaimed films, such as Halloween, The Thing, They Live, and Big Trouble in Little China. He is also known for composing his own scores for most of his films, often collaborating with Alan Howarth, who is a sound designer and synthesizer expert. Carpenter and Howarth have created some of the most memorable and iconic themes in film history, such as the main theme from Halloween, which is considered one of the scariest pieces of music ever written.
Christine was based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King, who is one of the most prolific and popular authors of horror fiction. He has written over 60 novels and 200 short stories, many of which have been adapted into films, television shows, and comics. Some of his most famous works include The Shining, Carrie, The Stand, It, and The Dark Tower series. King has praised Carpenter's adaptation of Christine, saying that it was \"the first adaptation ever done that I felt had any real artistic merit.\"
Christine stars Keith Gordon as Arnie Cunningham, a nerdy and unpopular high school student who becomes obsessed with a 1958 Plymouth Fury that he buys from a mysterious old man. The car, named Christine, has a mind of her own and a violent history. She repairs herself from any damage and kills anyone who tries to harm her or Arnie. Arnie's personality changes as he becomes more confident and arrogant, but also more isolated and paranoid. His best friend Dennis (John Stockwell) and his girlfriend Leigh (Alexandra Paul) try to save him from Christine's influence, but they soon realize that the car will stop at nothing to keep Arnie for herself. 248dff8e21