New Soundtracks: New Hans Zimmer & Lorne Balfe, ‘Black Museum’ Vinyl Arrives, Solo Albums By Cody Carpenter, Daniel Davies + More!

This week, we’re pleased to announce the latest video game soundtrack release, The Journey: Champions, featuring score by Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe, new solo albums from Ludrium (Cody Carpenter) and Daniel Davies, Cristobal Tapia De Veer’s Black Mirror: Black Museum score arrives on vinyl, and more! Curious?  You’ll have to scroll all the way down to reveal all the great offerings from Lakeshore Records!

Digital New Releases:

 

“THE INTIMIDATION GAME” SINGLE FROM THE JOURNEY: CHAMPIONS VIDEO GAME SOUNDTRACK – [Download/Listen]
Score by Hans Zimmer & Lorne Balfe.

“The Intimidation Game” is the debut single from the forthcoming The Journey: Champions video game soundtrack!  The album features score by acclaimed composers Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe, who are regular collaborators.  This is not the first time that Lakeshore has released a video game soundtrack from this duo, and we”re thrilled to have this opportunity again in partnership with EA Games!  Stay tuned for more album details.

 

 

 

REFLECTIONS – [Download/Listen]
Music by Ludrium.

Carpenter infuses synthesizers into a blend of prog-rock pop that is as delicious as it sounds. – Birth.Movies.Death

Check out the podcast interview exclusively available now at Birth.Movies.Death in which Tony Giles interviews Cody Carpenter on his new electronic solo album, Reflections, under the pseudonym Ludrium!  The podcast interview also features songs from his delightful album and details about his musical influences on this release  Listen to Cody’s interview now at Birth.Movies.Death online.  Previously, Lakeshore released the soundtrack to Condemned, in which you can listen to the track he contributed to under his own name.

 

 

 

EVENTS SCORE – [Download/Listen/Buy]
Music by Daniel Davies.

“One 60 Clone,” a more sci-fi–leaning effort that maintains a classic feel while leaning on elements of power electronics and ambient music. It’s cinema for the ear, and incredibly beautiful and sinister at the same time. – Revolver

“Delicious atmosphere spliced with elevated horror and suspense, Davies offers an analog synth score for an imagined horror film right at home with the best of John Carpenter and Tangerine Dream” – Aaron Lupton, Rue Morgue

Daniel Davies provides horror cinema fans an album that could be the soundtrack to your next favorite Halloween movie!  All you have to do is close your eyes and listen.  Available now worldwide on digital via Lakeshore Records!  Vinyl and cassette formats (better hurry) are available through our friends and partners at Burning Witches!

 

 

Digital Pre-orders:

 

A SIMPLE FAVOR – [pre-order]
Score by Theodore Shapiro.

Director Paul Feig (Spy, The Heat) brings us the mystery drama, A Simple Favor, featuring score by EMMY® Nominee Theodore Shapiro (The Invitation, Trumbo)!  Starring Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect) and Blake Lively (The Age of Adaline) and Henry Golding (Crazy Rich Asians)!

Lionsgate presents A SIMPLE FAVOR, in theaters Friday, September 7!  

A Simple Favor (Original Motion Picture Score)
Theodore Shapiro

01. A Simple Favor
02. Start From The Beginning
03. Emily/First Playdate
04. Emily And Sean
05. Darth Mommy
06. Dark Side
07. Beautiful Ghost
08. It’s Been Four Days
09. Gotta Have Faith
10. White Kia
11. Grim News
12. Watch The Grass Grow
13. Never Dealt With The Law
14. Breadcrumbs
15. I Saw My Mom / Ring Flashback
16. If You’re Out There
17. Uneasy Memories
18. The Painter
19. The McLanden Mansion
20. Born Rotten
21. I Hope You’re Listening
22. The Dutch Reunion
23. A Very Private Person
24. Hope And Faith
25. Three-Way
26. Sorry Not Sorry

 

PEPPERMINT – [pre-order]
Score by Simon Franglen and featuring “Push Me (feat. Ash Costello)” by Geno Lenardo.

Jennifer Garner (Love, SimonAlias”, Elektra) returns with a vengeance in Peppermint, directed by Pierre Morel (Taken, The Gunman)!  Featuring score by Golden Globe Nominee Simon Franglen (Avatar, Titanic)!  See track list for more album details.

Peppermint (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Simon Franglen

01. Dark Angel – Geno Lenardo
02. Van Stitch
03. Peg’s Message
04. Drive By Shooting
05. La Guillotina
06. These Men Killed My Family
07. Riley Resurfaces
08. It’s Been Five Years
09. Justice For The Judge
10. You’re Still A Little Dog
11. Skid Row
12. Lab Trap
13. Carjack
14. Attack On Garcia’s Compound
15. I Want Justice
16. Good Evening Peg
17. You Have To Wake Up Now
18. Come And Get Me
19. Maria Held Hostage
20. You Hit Like A Girl
21. Let Me Die
22. Push Me (feat. Ash Costello) – Geno Lenardo
 

STX Entertainment and Lakeshore Entertainment present PEPPERMINT, in theaters Friday, September 7!

 

THE JOURNEY: CHAMPIONS – [pre-order]
Score by Hans Zimmer & Lorne Balfe.

The next release in the Lakeshore/EA Games partnership goes to The Journey: Champions, featuring score by Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe!  Ahead of its video game release, you can pre-order the album now and get the instant gratification track, “Intimidation Game”!
 
The Journey: Champions (Original Soundtrack)
Hans Zimmer & Lorne Balfe

01. Legacy
02. 29
03. Rising Star
04. From the Bottom
05. Training Day
06. Benched
07. I Want to Go Pro
08. Intimidation Game
09. Family First
10. Choose Your Path
11. Nothing to Fear
12. What’s to Come
13. Your Time
14. Alone
15. I Need This
16. An Historic Day
17. Betrayed
18. You’ve Arrived
19. Finally
20. A Taste of Victory
21. Do You Remember?
22. A Bright Future

 

SLICE – [pre-order]

The forthcoming A24 film, Slice, starring Chance The Rapper, Zazie Beetz (Deadpool 2, “Atlanta”), Rae Gray (“Fear The Walking Dead”, Dismissed), Paul Scheer (The Disaster Artist, “Veep”) and Joe Keery (“Stranger Things”), features score by Nathan Matthew David (The Last Word, “Angie Tribeca”) and Ludwig Göransson (“Childish Gambino: This Is America”Central Intelligence). 
 
Slice (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Nathan Matthew David & Ludwig Göransson

01. Slice
02. A Ghost, A Wolf and a Pizza Place
03. Murder
04. Astrid and Sean
05. Astrid’s Back
06. Past Incidents
07. Finding Sean
08. The Big Cheese
09. The Werewolf
10. Bloody Hat
11. Dax Lycander
12. I Looked After Them
13. Werewolf Claws
14. The Deed Is Done
15. I’ve Never Lost Anyone
16. Not That Kind of Werewolf
17. Loyalty and Utility
18. Legacy of Terror
19. Beneath The Floorboards
20. Seeing Is Believing
21. That’s One Way To Do It
22. A Ghost and a Werewolf

A24 presents SLICE, coming soon to theaters!

 

New Vinyl:

 

BLACK MIRROR: BLACK MUSEUM
Score by Cristobal Tapia De Veer.

The sought after vinyl edition of the Black Mirror: Black Museum score by Cristobal Tapia De Veer comes to us via our friends and partners at Enjoy The Ride Records! This 2xLP is pressed on 140g color vinyl — all variants come with Side C on Classic/Black with Side D featuring original “Digital Ghost” screen print vinyl by Butcher Billy, who also created the cover artwork for the triptych episode.  Order now at Enjoy The Ride Records!

 

New on Bandcamp:

 

LEGION COVER SONGS – [Download/Listen]
Music by Noah Hawley & Jeff Russo.

The cover songs you love from Legion Season 2 debuts for the very first time on Bandcamp!  Listen to It’s Always Blue: Songs From Legion in all its HD audio greatness and lose yourself in this collaborative album between showrunner Noah Hawley and series composer Jeff Russo!  Which songs are your favorite?  Be sure to check out the tracks that feature vocals by the show’s Rachel Keller, Dan Stevens, Navid Negahban and Noah Hawley himself!

 

THE GIFT
Score by Christopher Young.

Academy Award Winner Cate Blanchett

The score to the classic suspense thriller, The Gift, starring Cate Blanchett debuts on Bandcamp!  This score was Christopher Young’s earlier collaborations with Director Sam Raimi (they later teamed up once again on Drag Me To Hell).

 

CREATION
Score by Christopher Young.

Christopher Young earned a Best Original Score for a Drama Film nomination at the 2010 International Film Music Critics Association for his Creation score and won Composer of the Year the same year.  It’s too good not to feature as the film nears its 10th theatrical anniversary!

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