Soundtracks

Rick & Morty [OST] (CD)

For Rick & Morty fans, the music in the show is an important part of the whole experience. With improvised and ridiculous lyrics, over the top score moments, the soundtrack on its own serves as a comedy album that parodies genres right and left. One such highlight is the Bowie-esque “Goodbye Moonmen” performed by Jemaine Clement from Flight of The Concords. Also included are the actual songs used in now web-famous moments of the show, such as Blonde Redhead's “For The Damaged Coda” from the episode, “Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind.”

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Suspiria (2018) [OST] (CD)

Don’t expect Italo disco, a sweeping score, or retro giallo vibes from Thom Yorke’s Suspiria soundtrack. His compositions for the upcoming Luca Guadagnino remake pay effective tribute to the film’s history, its moody horror, and dark fairytale nature but they’re all done with that Thom Yorke flourish that makes every track feel imbued with the melancholy of the ages while still somehow managing to sound like they were written about 5-10 years in the future. Highlights include the gentle, lilting piano and melancholy flute on “Suspirium,” which stands in sharp contrast to the ominous ambient “Volk" and its icy, stabbing synths, while haunted distorted vocals open “Has Ended” before Yorke’s downtempo, distraught vocals kick in over hypnotic beats. The original Suspiria has already staked its claim as an arty, darkly beautiful classic — we’d reckon Thom Yorke’s soundtrack for the 2018 update will attain a similar status.

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