Record Store Day Will Feature 3 Amazing Soundtracks!!!

by Red Zeppelbon on Apr 12th, 2016

Hey guys, Jana here,


We always get a little excited when April rolls around and believe me it’s not because it’s tax season. We, at Boomstick.com love music as well as movies, and every April brings us… Record Store Day! The vinyl junkies of the world take in a deep breath as they step into a record store and the joy of that scent is similar to that of a bibliophile upon entering a library.

Every year we give you a sampling of what gems will be offered on this holy day and we’ve already given you a brief summary here. This post is to tell you about something we have a special love for as it blends our fanatacism of movies with our near devotion of music. When you put those elements together you have a beautiful baby that we call the soundtrack. There will be three specific titles you should add to your collection if you aim to be a musically well-rounded individual.

Varèse Sarabande announces three soundtrack album releases for Record Store Day on April 16, 2016: ‘John Wick‘, ‘How To Train Your Dragon‘, and ‘Dark Shadows‘.

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The ‘John Wick’ soundtrack is being released for the first time on vinyl. It features the previously unreleased track “Killing Strangers,” by Marilyn Manson, which was integral to the film but was not on the soundtrack CD, plus a new and exclusive extended mix of Le Castle Vania’sLED Signals.” In keeping with the theme, this first vinyl release will be presented on gun-metal colored vinyl.

John Wick‘ Tracklist:
1. Killing Strangers by Marilyn Manson (5:36)
2. In My Mind by M86 (3:08)
3. Think by Kaleida (4:00)
4. Who You Talkin’ To Man? by Ciscandra Nostalghia (4:42)
5. Evil Man Blues by The Candy Shop Boys (4:21)

1. The Red Circle by Le Castle Vania (1:01)
2. The Drowning by Le Castle Vania (2:25)
3. LED Spirals by Le Castle Vania (3:16)
4. Shots Fired by Le Castle Vania (3:12)
5. Assassins (2:12)
6. Story Of Wick (3:04)
7. Lure The Wolf (2:05)
8. On The Hunt (2:12)
9. Warehouse Smack Down (2:45)

Tracks 5-9 Score by Tyler Bates & Joel J. Richard

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Set in the mythical world of burly Vikings and wild dragons, and based on the book by Cressida Cowell, ‘How to Train Your Dragon‘ tells the story of Hiccup, a Viking teenager who doesn’t exactly fit in with his tribe’s longstanding tradition of heroic dragon slayers. On vinyl for the first time the album includes the track “Sticks and Stones” from Jonsi (of Sigur Ros). This limited edition, numbered release of ‘How To Train Your Dragon‘ is made to emulate a Dragon’s Eye.

How To Train Your Dragon‘: Tracklist
Side 1
1. This Is Berk 4:10
2. Dragon Battle 1:55
3. Dragon Training 3:11
4. Forbidden Friendship 4:11
5. See You Tomorrow 3:53
6. Test Drive 2:36

Side 2
1. Romantic Flight 1:56
2. Battling The Green Death 6:19
3. Counter Attack 3:05
4. Where’s Hiccup? 2:44
5. Coming Back Around 2:51
6. Sticks & Stones – JONSI 4:18



On the 50th anniversary of the original release of the ‘Dark Shadows’ television series, this Billboard top 20 album from 1969 features over a dozen of the show’s popular musical selections, including “Shadows of the Night (Quentin’s Theme),” and “Dark Shadows Theme”. This re-release comes with the original poster from the 1969 album, and will also be presented on spooky limited edition purple vinyl.

Dark Shadows‘: Tracklist
Side 1:
1. Opening Themes: Dark Shadows/Collinwood
2. I’ll Be With You, Always
3. Josette’s Theme
4. A Darkness At Collinwood
5. Meditations
6. Night Of The Pentagram
7. When I’m Dead
8. No. 1 At The Blue Whale

Side 2:
1. Shadows Of The Night (Quention’s Theme)
2.The Secret Room
3. Epitaph
4. Séance
5. I, Barnabas
6. Back At The Blue Whale
7. The Old House
8. Epilogue/Dark Shadows

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