Roy Budd, The Stone Killer
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2021 05 28

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    DISC 1 The Stone Killer: L'Assassino Di Pietra The Original Release

    A1 Main Title 3:20

    A2 Under Surveilance 2:02

    A3 The Plot 3:14

    A4 On The Trail 3:00

    A5 The Graveyard 2:34

    A6 In The Shadows 3:33

    A7 Too Late 2:10

    B1 The Old Precinct 1:25

    B2 Down Downtown 1:42

    B3 On The Move 1:55

    B4 Down Uptown 3:50

    B5 From Vietnam To New York 2:00

    B6 The Chase 2:43

    B7 Assassination 3:05

    B8 Final Capture 2:05

    DISC 2 The Stone Killer: Addiotonal Tracks

    C1 The Stone Killer Main Title (Alt. Mix) 3:29

    C2 M5 SK6 The Old Precinct (1999 Mix) 2:45

    C3 M5 SK7 On The Move (1999 Mix) 2:54

    C4 M1 SK10 The Chase (1999 Mix) 3:05

    C5 Black Is Beautiful 4:45

    C6 M4 SK10 (1999 Mix) 1:43

    D1 M7 SK10 The Assasination (1999 Mix) 1:40

    D2 M5 SK2 1:24

    D3 The Graveyard (Alt Mix) 2:39

    D4 The Stone Killer Main Theme (Film Mix - Mono) 3:24

    D5 Too Late (1999 Mix) 2:47

    D6 M1 SK10 (Film Mix - Mono) 2:49

    D7 The Stone Killer (7" Mix) 2:50


    First time on vinyl

    Remastered from the original master tapes

    Extensive liner-notes by Charlie Brigden

    180g heavyweight double vinyl set housed in gatefold tip-on sleeve

    Newly illustrated artwork by the comic Sean Phillips (Criminal, Incognito, Sleeper & other DC Comics)

    This is the soundtrack album for ‘The Stone Killer’ by director Michael Winner starring Charles Bronson, which came in the middle of a 3-part crime thriller series (1972, 1973, 1974). It follows Charles Bronson as a detective getting to the bottom of the killings in the Sicilian Mafia, with a score by the British film composer Roy Budd (‘Get Carter’, ‘Fear is the Key’). The soundtrack was initially released in Italy and Japan on LP and 7” single, respectively, but only limited copies were released, making these hard to find. The soundtrack itself has everything one could expect of a 70s cop action movie score – with elements such as funky variations on a theme – but Budd (on spooky synthesizer and treated electric piano) also colors his music with cinematic jazz/soul and strange lounge sounds. The score represents the essence of Budd’s sound and was one of the holy grails at the top of the wish list among not only soundtrack collectors but also DJs and hip-hop producers who had eagerly awaited a reissue. DISC 1 of this reissue is a faithful replica of the original Italian (Fonit – Cetra) edition, which is accompanied by a DISC 2 that contains outtakes and other unreleased tracks to form a more ‘complete’ 2LP expanded edition.