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Westworld Original Soundtrack Season 2 - Smoke Color Vinyl 180g Import

Westworld Original Soundtrack Season 2 - Smoke Color Vinyl 180g Import

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Ramin Djawadi, an Iranian German composer, is the mastermind behind the musical mastery that echoes through the multiple award-winning series Westworld. Djawadi's impressive versatility is on full display as he effortlessly shifts between aggressive action and intimate drama, creating a stunningly evocative score that perfectly balances the Western and electric elements of the show.

In season 2, Djawadi takes things to another level with his introduction of 'The Raj' and 'Shogunworld', where he presents new versions of some popular songs. The haunting melody of “Paint it, Black” by The Rolling Stones, which already featured in the first season, receives a total shakuhachi and taiko drum makeover, fitting for the season's parallel world and parallel actions.

The impressive covers of “Seven Nation Army” (The White Stripes), “Heart-Shaped Box” (Nirvana) and “Runaway” (Kanye West) showcase the different emotions and beautiful landscapes of the series, each related to the different characters and worlds.

The limited edition of 500 individually numbered smoke coloured vinyl copies of Westworld Season 2 includes an insert with photos and credits. This masterpiece by Djawadi is a must-have for any true music lover or Westworld fanatic.

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Shipping
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Returns
Thirty days if unopened, you pay the postage to us. If the item is defective or the delivery person folded it, please reach out ASAP for us to fix the issue. After 30 days, you own it!

Care Instructions

Keep away from the sun.

Never place it next to a Justin Bieber record.

Treat it like your grandma, you know if she was a record. Know what I mean? Tender care, don't talk back, and never interupt during Murder She Wrote. Wait - what the hell was I writing about-

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