What happens when a score combines “1816 Velvet Underground meets ’60s French film music” and “gnarly, down in the dirt, French folk music”, but with some vintage analog synths thrown in? You get the Les Misérables series score by John Murphy (Sunshine, 28 Weeks Later; Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Kick-Ass)! The soundtrack was released digitally on Lakeshore Records in May, and now fans of the BBC series can own the album on vinyl! See the full vinyl soundtrack announcement now at The Vinyl District! More details below.
“We discovered that you can actually mix a hurdy gurdy with a Moog Sub Phatty, and we loved it.” – Producer Chris Carey