|10||Night (Zola Jesus And Dean Hurley Remix)
Remix – Dean Hurley, Zola Jesus
|11||Wraith (ohGr Remix)
Remix – ohGr
|12||Vortex (Silent Servant Remix)
Remix – Silent Servant
|13||Fallen (Blanck Mass Remix)
Remix – Blanck Mass
|14||Abyss (JG Thirlwell Remix)
Remix – J.G. Thirlwell
|15||Fallen (Bill Kouligas Remix)
Remix – Bill Kouligas
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Lost Themes is the debut studio album by American film director and composer John Carpenter. It was released on February 3, 2015, through Sacred Bones Records. Carpenter created Lost Themes in collaboration with his son Cody Carpenter and his godson Daniel Davies. While Lost Themes is his first stand-alone album, Carpenter has composed numerous critically acclaimed soundtracks for films since the 1970s, including for the films Assault on Precinct 13, Halloween, and Escape from New York.
Lost Themes by John Carpenter, released 03 February 2015 1. Vortex 2. Obsidian 3. Fallen 4. Domain 5. Mystery 6. Abyss 7. Wraith 8. Purgatory 9. Night John Carpenter has been responsible for much of the horror genre’s most striking soundtrack work in the fifteen movies he’s both directed and scored. The themes can instantly flood his fans’ musical memory with imagery of a menacing shape stalking a babysitter, a relentless wall of ghost-filled fog, lightning-fisted kung fu fighters, or a mirror holding the gateway to hell. The all-new music on Lost Themes asks Carpenter’s acolytes to visualize.
Lost Themes II is the second studio album by American film director and composer John Carpenter. It was released on April 15, 2016, through Sacred Bones Records. The album was created in collaboration with Carpenter's son Cody Carpenter and his godson Daniel Davies. All music composed by John Carpenter, Cody Carpenter and Daniel Davies. John Carpenter – composition, performance, engineering.
Album · 2015 · 15 Songs. Lost Themes John Carpenter. The Essential John Carpenter Film Music Collection. Lost Themes II. 2016. Halloween (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).
Lost Themes (CD, Album). Sacred Bones Records. Lost Themes (LP, Album, Ltd, Num, Ora).
Entitled Lost Themes, the record is a startlingly vital collection of propulsive instrumental music recorded by Carpenter, his son Cody and his godson, Daniel Davies. It's out Feb. 3 on Sacred Bones. It's a family affair," Carpenter says (too bad the band name The Carpenters was already taken). This is a whole big musical household. You can stream Lost Themes on NPR now, and if you're in New York, check out the Brooklyn Academy of Music's full-career film retrospective, John Carpenter: Master of Fear, running Feb. 5-22. You've been making music for films since 1970, and a number of those soundtracks are stone-cold classics. Why have you waited until now to release a proper album? It's all serendipitous. I got a new music attorney who said to me, "You got anything new?" I looked around and I realized I had this album that my son and I had done, about 60 minutes of music.
Kyle Cassidy/Courtesy of the artist. John Carpenter is famous for directing movie thrillers such as Halloween, Escape From New York and Big Trouble In Little China. But to a swath of underground musicians, he's just as venerable for those films' soundtracks, which he composed and performed himself. The ominous synth throb he used to inject suspense into his movies echoes through recent work by Prurient, Umberto, Zombi and Com Truise, among others. Carpenter has made this kind of music since he was a film student in the early 1970s, but Lost Themes is his first set of songs that don't accompany images
The album's closer "Night" exists on a similar plane. The endless synth arpeggios and dark overtones highlight the textures that have carried Carpenter's legacy forward the most. These two tracks are absolute necessities on this release - if nothing else, make sure to give both of these a listen to hear classic John Carpenter mixed and mastered into timeless perfection. Elsewhere, you can hear the different chapters of Carpenter's journey throughout the record. John Carpenter's work exists best in the full spectrum of its experience, and that truth is not lost on Lost Themes. At times, the record can feel like half of a picture, but elsewhere it truly shows off the best of one of cinematic music's most honorable contributors. For exactly what it is, a selection of rarities and b-sides from the mind of a master, Lost Themes is a balanced and revealing collection.
Often known as The Horror Master, John Carpenter has created some of the most recognized images in cinema history. Ranging from the 1978 all-time classic Halloween, to 1980’s The Fog, to 1981’s Escape from New York, and beyond, Carpenter is a visionary director unlike any other. While most recognize him for his work in film, it is less commercially publicized that Carpenter is also a music composer. Responsible for the unforgettable theme music to most of his films, including Halloween and The Fog, Carpenter’s music often lays the tension, as well as atmosphere for his motion pictures. Then in February of 2015 came the debut stand-alone album, Lost Themes, a 15-track journey into the creative master’s family’s psyche. Critically acclaimed, the album even scored big for its label, Sacred Bones, being one of its best-selling albums in an eight-year history.