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Neil S. Bulk

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On sale at noon pst tomorrow, June 14.

La-La Land Records and Universal Pictures proudly present the fifteenth title within the acclaimed Universal Pictures Film Music Classics Collection – SCARFACE: EXPANDED MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK, music by Academy Award-Winning composer Giorgio Moroder (MIDNIGHT EXPRESS, AMERICAN GIGOLO, CAT PEOPLE, FLASHDANCE). This limited edition 2-CD set marks the world premiere official release of Moroder’s original film score to 1983’s landmark big-screen gangster drama, SCARFACE starring Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer and Robert Loggia, and directed by Brian De Palma.

When legendary director Brian De Palma needed the perfect musicscape for his game-changing gangster opus, he called upon renowned composer and electronic and pop music pioneer Giorgio Moroder to deliver – and did Moroder ever deliver… with an absolutely iconic synth film score and a treasure trove of infectious accompanying pop/rock/dance songs.

Produced by Neil S. Bulk and Dan Goldwasser, and mastered in high-resolution by Chris Malone, this expanded re-issue of the SCARFACE soundtrack unleashes Moroder’s classic film score on Disc One, while Disc Two features the original mix of the 1983 Soundtrack Album, showcasing the film’s songs by Deborah Harry, Elizabeth Daily, Paul Engemann, Amy Holland and more, as well as Bonus Tracks that include source music, the extended versions of “Rush, Rush” and “Scarface (Push It To The Limit),” and the song “Success.”

Limited to 5000 units, this special edition features exclusive, in-depth liner notes by writer Tim Greiving and sharp art direction by Dan Goldwasser. Finally… the world – and the music of SCARFACE – is yours!!!

Additionally, a Digital Download version of SCARFACE is forthcoming from Back Lot Music on 9/9/22”

TRACK LISTING:




DISC 1 (77:30)
SCORE PRESENTATION
1. Main Title – Scarface 3:42
2. Rebenga 2:10
3. Chainsaw / Tony Rescued 3:54
4. I Got The Yeyo 0:45
5. Elvira 4:01
6. Night Drive 0:30
7. Gina 2:55
8. She’s Not For You 2:09
9. Bolivia 1:09
10. Sosa / Talk To Frank 2:33
11. Omar Out / Don’t Fuck Me 1:07
12. Proposal 2:45
13. Tony Spots Gina / Tony Slaps Gina / Tony Guilty / Shooters 2:48
14. What About You? / Open Fire / Tony Escapes 2:48
15. Just Paranoid 4:44
16. Lopez Begs 1:35
17. Bye Bernstein 1:56
18. The World Is Yours 2:06
19. Plant The Plastic 1:30
20. The Chase 4:05
21. 409 Citrus Drive 4:52
22. Paranoid Tony / Gina’s Grief 2:30
23. Back To The House 1:47
24. Tony’s Grief / Attack Begins / Crazy Gina / Attack Continues 4:09
25. Gina Dead / Chi-Chi Wasted 1:15
26. Finale (From The Motion Picture “Scarface”) 3:28
27. End Title – Scarface 6:36
28. Trailer Music (Unused) 3:01

DISC 2 (79:00)
ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK ALBUM 35:19
1. Scarface (Push It To The Limit) 2:58 Performed by Paul Engemann
2. Rush, Rush (Album Version) 3:38 Performed by Deborah Harry
3. Turn Out The Light 3:31 Performed by Amy Holland
4. Vamos A Bailar 3:43 Performed by Maria Conchita
5. Tony’s Theme 3:10 Performed by Giorgio Moroder
6. She’s On Fire 3:44 Performed by Amy Holland
7. Shake It Up 3:45 Performed by Elizabeth Daily
8. Dance Dance Dance 2:34 Performed by Beth Andersen
9. I’m Hot Tonight 3:13 Performed by Elizabeth Daily
10. Gina And Elvira’s Theme 5:01 Performed by Giorgio Moroder

ADDITIONAL MUSIC (43:41)
11. Scarface (Push It To The Limit) (Extended Version) 5:12 Performed by Paul Engemann
12. Rush, Rush 4:48 Performed by Deborah Harry
13. Right Combination 3:42 Performed by Beth Andersen
14. Car Getaway Source 1:09
15. Cuban I 2:28
16. Cuban II 3:23
17. Cuban III 2:27
18. Muzak I 4:45
19. Muzak II 3:18
20. Muzak III 3:03
21. Disco I 3:04
22. Disco II 1:58
23. Success 4:00 Performed by Joe Esposito
TOTAL ALBUM TIME 2:36:30
 

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Any word on whether the tracks of the second disc will be the 2003 remixed versions, or the original 1983 versions?

I had the original soundtrack on vinyl, which I use to listen to over and over again back in the day. When I first came across the american 2003 cd release, I picked it up and was somewhat aghast that the remixed songs sounded different than original versions I was accustomed to.

Fortunately a then-nearby record store had a new copy of the 2001 cd release (from the european union), which didn't mention anything explictly about it being "remixed". I took a chance and picked it, and it was indeed the original 1983 mix.
 

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Any word on whether the tracks of the second disc will be the 2003 remixed versions, or the original 1983 versions?

I had the original soundtrack on vinyl, which I use to listen to over and over again back in the day. When I first came across the american 2003 cd release, I picked it up and was somewhat aghast that the remixed songs sounded different than original versions I was accustomed to.

Fortunately a then-nearby record store had a new copy of the 2001 cd release (from the european union), which didn't mention anything explictly about it being "remixed". I took a chance and picked it, and it was indeed the original 1983 mix.
From the press release, "Disc Two features the original mix of the 1983 Soundtrack Album"
 

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This is so weird because I was JUST getting ready to hunt down a vinyl copy of this soundtrack....

Is this reissue available on vinyl, or is it just CD?
 

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