George A. Romero’s MARTIN Original Soundtrack Gets New Vinyl Release

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Hey gang! Ship to Shore Phono Co. announced today that the score from George A. Romero‘s horror classic MARTIN, once named “one of the top 100 coolest soundtracks of all time” by MOJO Magazine, will be available on vinyl for the first time since its original release in 1978. 

Donald Rubinstein‘s score to the vampire shocker has been re-mastered and pressed onto 180 gram vinyl!

“Donald Rubinstein contributes a haunting, melancholy score punctuated with sudden, passionate riffs. It is the perfect accompaniment to this tale of lost souls in a barren, nearly post-apocalyptic environment.” – Roy Frumkes, producer of Street Trash and director of Document of the Dead.

Track listing is as follows:

A1. The Calling / Main Title

A2. Train Attack

A3. Phased

A4. Tat Cuda’s House

A5. Martin At The Butcher Shop

A6. Antique Chase With Villagers

A7. Garlic Chase #6

A8. Martin Goes To The City

A9. Christina Leaves

A10. Halloween

A11. Modern Vamp

B1. Chant

B2. The Calling (Reprise)

B3. Braddock / Chase

B4. Back To Me

B5. Crawling Sequence

B6. Martin Martin Martin

B7. Marie – Interlude

B8. Evocation

B9. Fly By Night

B10. Exorcism / Classical Funk

B11. Stake, Well Done!

Featuring brand new original artwork from Brandon Schaefer, and exclusive liner notes from composer Donald Rubinstein and star John Amplas, this release will be limited to 2,000 copies on vinyl:  500 on Marble “Blood” Red (available in North America from Light In The Attic and in the UK from One Way Static), 500 on “Transylvanian Flashback” Black & White Swirl (available only through the official Ship To Shore PhonoCo webstore: and 1,000 on 180 gram black vinyl. Due to its limited run, it’s expected to sell out fast!

The LP soundtrack to George A. Romero’s MARTIN has been a highly sought-after collector’s piece for many years, and now – thanks to Ship to Shore PhonoCo – it is finally available again.  It’s not only a must-have for fans of Romero, but also connoisseurs of film scores in general.

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