Podcast #15, Record Store Day Soundtrack Releases

The third Saturday of every April since 2007 has been devoted to hitting up record stores the world over and supporting independently-owned businesses. It's known as Record Store Day, and, granted, it's become a little more commercial as its progressed -- up to and including a Black Friday event -- but there's still a chance to get out and grab some interesting releases with a slew of like-minded individuals. On this episode of the podcast, we break down the various soundtrack-related releases and let you know what's what.


The Bouncing Souls, "That Song" (How I Spent My Summer Vacation)
Clint Mansell & Kronos Quartet, "Lux Aeterna" (Requiem For A Dream OST)
Bob Cobert, "Shadows Of The Night (Quentin's Theme)" (Dark Shadows OST)
Delia Derbyshire, "Dr. Who" (Doctor Who: The Music)
Ethan Hawke, "My Funny Valentine" (Born to Be Blue OST)
Silly Symphony, "The Skeleton Dance" (Disney's 75 Years of Music & Memories)
Bee Gees, "To Love Somebody" (Joy OST)
Le Castle Vania, "LED Spirals" (John Wick OST)
De La Soul & Teenage Fanclub, "Fallin'" (Judgment Night OST)
Clan of Xymox, "A Day" (The Guest OST)
Dolly Parton, "Jolene (slowdown)" (Blacklist OST)
Tito & Tarantula, "After Dark" (From Dusk Til Dawn OST)
Stelvio Cipriani, "Deviation" (Deviation)
Goblin, "La Via Della Droga" (La Via Della Droga)
Pearl Jam, "Spin the Black Circle" (Vitalogy)