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Aloha Vinyl Coming Soon!

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We are very excited to announce that the Aloha Soundtrack will be coming out on vinyl later this fall! The cover for the gatefold 2-LP set was inspired by soundtrack albums of the ’70’s, with art by Sina Grace (Self-Obsessed, Burn The Orphanage, Li’l Depressed Boy), colors by Tamra Bonvillain and logo design by Sydney Nichols. The LP packaging will feature five additional illustrations by Sina, liner notes by Cameron, and a few more really cool surprises.

We will have much more to share soon, but for now we thought you’d dig seeing the cover and label art for the vinyl . . .

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Jul 6, 2015

Jill Cunniff Gets The Vinyl Treatment

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Jill Cunniff, lead singer of the alterna-girl pop group Luscious Jackson, hasn’t been in the public eye for six years, but has created a brand new solo album entitled City Beach, to be released on limited edition vinyl on April 10th by Vinyl Films records.

The vinyl includes an exclusive track co-written by author, journalist, musician and cult heroine Vivian Goldman. “Like Smoke,” and a bonus 7″ single with “The Fader Creeps” reworkings of the album track “Kaleidoscope” and the Luscious Jackson classic “Ladyfingers”. City Beach will be available on limited edition Orange/Pink vinyl (500 copies) and Red/Yellow vinyl (500 copies).

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Mar 31, 2007

Hellen Stellar LP – A Prayer To Myself

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In an age where style is rewarded over content, cynicism inevitably becomes second nature. Passion and originality have given way to cut-and-paste songwriting and carbon-copy imagery churned out for commercial mass consumption. All is not lost. There is a light that still shines. This is HELEN STELLaR. Vinyl Films Records and HELEN STELLaR are proud to announce the band’s debut release on 2-LP vinyl, A Prayer To Myself. The album collects all three of their self-released E.P.’s (I’m Naut What I Seem, Below Radar and Newton), three never-before released demos and a brand new recording (”Compulsion”) all on one double-vinyl collection! Includes the hit song from the Elizabethtown soundtrack, “Io (This Time Around).”

Available at greater record stores near you October 10, 2006, or available right now at www.helenstellar.com.

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Sep 18, 2006

Vinyl Extras

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Did anybody realize that the Limited Edition Vanilla Sky double LP features extended versions of songs compared to the CD? Most notably “Have You Forgotten” which runs a few minutes longer with additional lyrics. “Afrika Shox” and “Porpoise Song also have longer intros and outros. Just thought this was noteworthy…and yet another reason vinyl still rocks!!

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Jun 2, 2003

Vanilla Sky Vinyl

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I’m very pleased to announce that the Vanilla Sky soundtrack will be released in a special limited edition double vinyl version. Andy Fisher over at Vinyl Films has done a great job with this (and the Almost Famous Vinyl). Hurry there’s still a few left.)

“In conjunction with Reprise Records and Paramount Pictures, Classic Records and Vinyl Films are proud to begin work on the Limited Edition release of the soundtrack to the film ‘Vanilla Sky’ on 180-gram virgin vinyl. Classic Records and Vinyl Films previously partnered on last December’s ‘Untitled’ release, the expanded soundtrack to ‘Almost Famous.’

The outer gatefold artwork of the Vanilla Sky LP is an homage to The Beatles’ ‘White Album’, with a simple, elegant, ghostly photograph of David Aames gracing the front cover. The inner gatefold begins with an iconic image of David Aames in the mask, overlooking the album credits. From there, the inner gatefold is a 5-page booklet literally packed with images from Vanilla Sky, giving the movie fan a rare behind-the-scenes look at the making of Vanilla Sky, both behind and in front of the camera. The labels of each album-side have a different interpretation of David Aames’ mask sketched by Vanilla Sky storyboard artist Alex Hill.

Further sweetening the pot for the fans, each of the first 2500 Vanilla Sky LPs is numbered, and comes with 12 frames from an actual print of the film! These films strips come in a silkscreened glassine envelope with a sketch of the mask lying in the street next to David Aames’ hand. The envelope is labeled ‘a piece of the puzzle’. Each envelope has a strip of film from one of the many classic scenes from Vanilla Sky. The scenes used most will be the club scene, the rooftop scene, the car crash, and of course, the mind-numbing opening sequence where David Aames finds himself all alone in one of the most recognizable plots of land in the world, New York’s Times Square.

A few random copies of the album will be signed by Vanilla Sky writer-director Cameron Crowe, and a few by score composer Nancy Wilson. The Vanilla Sky LP is the perfect companion piece to the Vanilla Sky DVD and is available for pre-orders at www.classicrecords.com, and will be available to ship May 15th.”

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May 1, 2002

Mike Finger’s The Blue and the Black