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Exclusive details and images for Waxwork Records’ Creepshow vinyl

on March 27, 2014 | 8 Comments

If you’re a vinyl collector and a horror fan, you’ve probably been keeping track of the fantastic stuff that’s been coming from Waxwork Records over the past few months. If you haven’t, now’s the time to start: April 1 marks the start of pre-orders for the label’s upcoming release of John Harrison’s classic CREEPSHOW score!

Waxwork has gone whole-hog on this one: besides the 34 tracks that have been re-mixed and remastered exclusively for this release, Waxwork’s CREEPSHOW score will feature full album packaging artwork by Rue Morgue art columnist Ghoulish Gary Pullin, essays by Harrison and director George A. Romero, liner notes, production stills, and even a full-color art print. There will be five variants, each pressed on 180 gram vinyl. Scroll down for the full press release and some exclusive photos! (The vinyl pictured below is the “Father’s Day” cake icing vinyl with blood clot splatter variant.)


WAXWORK RECORDS is thrilled to announce their next LP release to the 1982 horror anthology classic, CREEPSHOW. The film was directed by George A. Romero and written by Stephen King. The score was composed and performed by John Harrison (DAY OF THE DEAD, TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE).

This definitive release of the film score has never before been released. The original master tapes of the CREEPSHOW film score were lost for over 30 years, but with the efforts of composer John Harrison and Waxwork Records, the tapes were located in the attic of Jeree Recording Studios in New Brighton, PA. The tapes remained in remarkable shape over the years and were re-mixed and re-mastered for vinyl. The CREEPSHOW score has never sounded this good.

LP package details include:

Heavyweight casebound tip-on gatefold jacket with a satin coating Director essay from George A. Romero
Composer essay from John Harrison
A built-in booklet featuring production stills, artwork, and liner notes A satin coated 12×12 art print of The Creeper
Full album packaging artwork by Ghoulish Gary Pullin

This release features FIVE different vinyl variations that correspond to each story in the film. Each variant is pressed onto high quality 180 gram vinyl and are as follows:

Father’s Day: Cake Icing vinyl with Blood Clot splatter
Something To Tide You Over: Transparent Ocean Blue vinyl
The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verill: Transparent “Meteor Shit” green vinyl
The Crate: Fluffy Fur Gray vinyl with Blood Clot splatter
They’re Creeping Up On You!: Cockroach Brown vinyl

Track List

1. Prologue
2. The Creepshow Welcomes You
3. Henry Is Told The Family Secrets
4. She Bashed His Head In
5. Bedelia Arrives
6. Where’s My Cake? I Want My Cake
7. Nate Comes Out Of The Grave
8. Henry Goes Looking
9. Henry Meets Nate; Henry Gets Crushed
10. I Got My Cake
11. Sylvia On A Platter – A Meteor Arrives
12. Jordy Discovers His Meteor
13. Jordy Hallucinates And Takes A Bath
14. From The Farm To The Beach
15. Get In The Hole Harry
16. If You Can Hold Your Breath
17. Richard Watches Them Drown
18. From The Beach To The College
19. Mike Discovers The Crate
20. Dex And Mike Move The Crate
21. Dex And Mike Open The Crate
22. Mike Meets Fluffy
23. Henry Leaves Wilma A Note
24. Wilma Looks Under The Stairs
25. WakeUp! WakeUp!
26. Fluffy Eats Wilma
27. Henry Dumps Fluffy
28. What Are Friends For?
29. Bastards
30. Bugs Start Creeping Up On Pratt
31. Blackout
32. The End Of Pratt
33. Garbage Men Find Billy’s Comic Book
34. Until Next Time

Pre-orders start Tuesday, April 1 at!

Tags: Creepshow, Creepshow score, George A. Romero, ghoulish gary pullin, horror scores on vinyl, horror vinyl, John Harrison, waxwork records

Responses to Exclusive details and images for Waxwork Records’ Creepshow vinyl

  1. Jay says:

    What about “Don’t Let Go” ? That song is impossible to find.

  2. Sean says:

    Awesome! Are you sure the vinyl pictured isn’t the Jordy Verill meteorite?

  3. Nathan Erdel says:

    WHOA. That’s beautiful… take my money now!!!!

  4. Justin says:

    Bummer that “Don’t Let Go” is left off. It’s on the new LA LA Records edition. I may have to pick that one up as well. ARGH!

  5. Andy Raab says:

    This looks absolutely sumptuous.

    What time on April 1st? And are the variants random, or can we choose?

  6. David Goulet says:

    GGP! GGP!

  7. vic grimes says:


  8. Richard myer says:

    Does anyone know what the price is going to be on this

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