Walt Disney Records
Vinyl LP with Damaged Cover
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Limited Edition Original Motion Picture Soundtrack with one-of-a-kind 3D Hologram + Book
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Star Wars: The Force Awakens 180-gram 2LP hologram vinyl!
Liner notes by film director J.J. Abrams in a 16-page booklet
3D hologram etching featuring the Millennium Falcon on Disc 1/Side B and a TIE fighter on Disc 2/Side B
You love vinyl and you're a bit of a Star Wars fan, you say? This terrific collectible hologram-etched 2LP set featuring the soundtrack to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," is for you!
Walt Disney Records is releasing a new hologram vinyl version of the original motion picture soundtrack for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." With the score conducted and composed by five-time Academy Award-winning composer John Williams and liner notes by the film's director, J.J. Abrams, the double LP features a 16-page booklet on 180-gram vinyl. This one-of-a-kind vinyl set, hand etched by Tristan Duke (Jack White's Lazaretto) of Infinity Light Science, offers a 3D hologram experience featuring the Millennium Falcon on Disc 1/Side B and a TIE Fighter on Disc 2/Side B. For optimal viewing, use a direct light source or simply hold a mobile phone flashlight above the vinyl to view the holograms.
Tristan Duke founded Infinity Light Science in 2008, a research laboratory with an emphasis on laser holography, interferometry, light-field imaging, hand-drawn holography, and relativistic imaging.
Williams' ubiquitous Star Wars "Main Title" theme has become part of popular culture since it was first heard accompanying "Star Wars: A New Hope" in 1977. It is no surprise that Williams' orchestral compositions for Star Wars are among the most beloved and recognizable themes in cinematic history, from the classic "Main Title" theme introduced in "Star Wars: A New Hope" to the ominous "Imperial March" from "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back" to the stirring "Duel of the Fates" from the prequel trilogy.
After creating the scores for all six of the previous "Star Wars" films, Williams returned to compose and conduct his signature sweeping music for "The Force Awakens." "I've loved doing the 'Star Wars' films with all their fanfares and flourishes," says Williams. "I actually feel as though I am still in the galaxy far, far away. I really never left it, having worked on all of the films. I'm happy to be continuing to be part of the whole fun of doing it. This is new. This is different. But it's wed perfectly with the corpus of what 'Star Wars' is. I've been lucky in my working life, especially with situations like 'Star Wars.' It's been a challenge, and fun and it's been a privilege. I don't think there's anything quite like it in the history of film."
|Main Title and the Attack on the Jakku Village|
|I Can Fly Anything|
|Rey Meets BB-8|
|That Girl With The Staff|
|Kylo Ren Arrives At The Battle|
|Han And Leia|
|March of the Resistance|
|On the Inside|
|The Ways Of The Force|
|Scherzo For X-Wings|
|Farewell And The Trip|
|The Jedi Steps And Finale|