Candyman Soundtrack comes to vinyl. The poster for Bernard Rose's Candyman.
The poster for Candyman.

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The Candyman soundtrack is coming to vinyl for the first time courtesy of One Way Static Records. A variety of limited edition options will be offered, as described below. The Candyman original motion picture soundtrack is composed & performed by award winning composer Phillip Glass (who has worked on American Horror Story, Six Feet Under and countless other projects).

Here are the details from the press release:

LIMITED COLOR VINYL : packaged in a deluxe gatefold old school tip-on jacket with printed insert. Comes on BEE STRIPED VINYL and SILVER MIRROR VINYL. These variants are inserted randomly and are limited to #500 copies each worldwide. They come sequentially foil numbered (2 series of /500).

Also available on CLEAR YELLOW VINYL limited to #100 copies exclusively available from Clive Barker. (this edition is NOT numbered)

BLACK VINYL : limited to 1400 copies worldwide. Packaged in a deluxe Tip-On Gatefold jacket. Comes with a printed insert and obi strip.

CASSETTE EDITION : limited to 400 copies worldwide with alternate artworks. Contains bonus foreign trailer audio material. The releases are available for pre-order from: www.onewaystatic.com (Europe, Rest Of The World) www.lightintheattic.net (North America). It will ship October 28th.

The film concerns Helen Lyle and her friend Bernadette are both working on their masters thesis. The topic they are focusing on is the existence of urban legends. They are breaking down why they exist and what purpose they serve. In their research efforts, the ladies come across a prevalent belief in the existence of a killer called The Candyman. Bernadette and Helen initially discount the existence of The Candyman as nothing more than an urban legend invented to help people cope with the horrors of day-to-day life in the projects of Chicago. But after digging a little deeper, Helen becomes increasingly convinced that The Candyman is real.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Candyman_(film)