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BBC Radiophonic Workshop The Soundhouse (Vinyl)

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Disc: 1

1. Radiophonic Rock - Peter Howell, Roger Limb, Jonathan Gibbs, Elizabeth Parker & Dick Mills - Various Artists

2. Lascaux - Peter Howell - Peter Howell

3. Computers In The Real World - Jonathan Gibbs - Jonathan Gibbs

4. Seascape - Dick Mills - Dick Mills

5. The Whale - Paddy Kingsland - Paddy Kingsland

6. Rallyman - Roger Limb - Roger Limb

7. Catch The Wind - Dick Mills - Dick Mills

8. Believe It Or Not - Malcolm Clarke - Malcolm Clarke

9. Planet Earth - Elizabeth Parker - Elizabeth Parker

10. Dawn - Jonathan Gibbs - Jonathan Gibbs

11. Mainstream - Peter Howell - Peter Howell

12. The Unseeing Eye - Malcolm Clarke - Malcolm Clarke

13. Fancy Fish - Peter Howell & Dick Mills - Peter Howell & Dick Mills

14. Brighton Pier - Paddy Kingsland - Paddy Kingsland

15. Armagiddean War Games - Dick Mills - Dick Mills

16. Yellow Moon - Roger Limb - Roger Limb

17. Radio Blackburn - Elizabeth Parker - Elizabeth Parker

18. Macrocosm - Dick Mills - Dick Mills

19. Land And People - Peter Howell - Peter Howell

20. Houdin's Musical Box - Jonathan Gibbs - Jonathan Gibbs

21. Ghost In The Water - Roger Limb - Roger Limb

22. The Milonga - Malcolm Clarke - Malcolm Clarke


In 1979 the Fairlight CMI (Computer Musical Instrument) was launched, the year that the BBC Radiophonic Workshop celebrated its 21st birthday . At the price of a house (approx £30,000) this state of the art piece of equipment was embedded with an 8 bit digital sampling synthesizer capable of emulating acoustic instruments and orchestras alongside the manipulation of sound effects. For the BRW this was a major game changer, where previously, composers would spend weeks editing small pieces of tape together to create sounds. Ingenuity and creativity in music and sound was still at the forefront for Workshop members but suddenly made a whole lot easier. This 1983 collection (a first time re-release here of the complete album) celebrated these new found freedoms most notably on the opening track where five Radiophonic composers combined to add their own musical identity to a rhythmic percussive sequence from the Fairlight. Highlights include music from the radio production of The Hitchikers Guide To The Galaxy and Fancy Fish based on Sant-Saen''s Carnival Of The Animals which was the first BRW project to utilise the Fairlight.


City of Death (Record Store Day Vinyl)

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"City Of Death" is a classic Doctor Who story from 1979, starring the fourth Doctor Tom Baker, Lalla Ward and Julian Glover. Featuring linking narration by Lalla Ward. Previously unreleased on vinyl, the two hour story is presented on 2LP heavyweight translucent green vinyl, and featuring newly commissioned gatefold artwork, sleevenotes and on set photos.


Whilst sightseeing in Paris, the Doctor and Romana notice a series of unexplained temporal disturbances. When a visit to the Louvre lands them in hot water, they realise that a certain Count Scarlioni knows more about advanced technology than a 20th-century Parisian should. With British detective Duggan in tow, the time travellers become embroiled in an audacious plot to steal the Mona Lisa and sell it on the open market.


Doctor Who and the Daleks OST (Vinyl)

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First in a collectable set of Eight Doctor Who Story Releases / Original TV Soundtrack by Tristram Cary / Gatefold Sleeve by Clayton Hickman


About the Artist

A pioneer in the field of electronic music, Tristram Cary served as a wartime naval officer specialising in radar and electronics. He combined a career at the cutting edge of experimental music with works for cinema (The Ladykillers), television and radio. The Daleks made their debut in Doctor Who just before Christmas 1963 and Cary's music was composed to script as several atmospheric pieces for specific scenes and situations. These were then played live into the studio recording, alongside effects tracks. This release of the soundtrack expands on a previous issue and includes music from all seven episodes plus unreleased material and extended cues.


Disc: 1

1. Doctor Who (Original Theme)

2. Forest Atmosphere

3. Skaro - Petrified Forest Atmosphere ("Thal Wind")

4. Forest with Creature

5. City Music 1 and 2

6. Thing in Jungle

7. Tardis Computer

8. City Music 3

9. Dalek City Corridor

10. The Daleks

11. Radiation Sickness

12. Dalek Control Room

13. The Storm 1 & 2

14. The Escape: The Storm Continued (Susan Meets Alydon)

15. Inside the City

16. What's Inside a Dalek?

17. The Fight

18. The Ambush

19. Fluid Link

20. Rising Tension

21. Demented Dalek

22. The Swamp

23. The Cave 1

24. Barbara Loses the Rope

25. High Sound and Heartbeats (Antodus and Ganatus)

26. Pebble Dropped

27. Captives of the Daleks

28. Heartbeats (Antodus Falls)

29. The Cave 2

30. Capsule Oscillation (Dalek Destructor Fuse / Bomb Countdown)

31. Explosion, Tardis Stops



Doctor Who: Destiny of the Daleks Record Store Day Vinyl

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180 gram red with blue splattered vinyl 2xLP


Doctor Who: Galaxy 4 Record Store Day Vinyl

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2 x LP limited 180 gram orange with purple splattered vinyl


Doctor Who Murray Gold OST (Vinyl)

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Double vinyl LP pressing. This is the first release of music from the series revival and includes the acclaimed new version of the theme. Neil Hannon (The Divine Comedy) performs two songs, Song For 10 from 2005's Christmas Special and Love Don't Roam from The Runaway Bride, broadcast as the key BBC program for Christmas Day 2006. Murray Gold is one of the most powerful British composers working in film and TV with successes including Alien Autopsy, Casanova, Shameless and Mischief Night. Over 75 minutes of music from the first two of the new Doctor Who TV seasons.


Doctor Who Survival OST (Vinyl)

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Disc: 1

1. Doctor Who (Opening Theme)

2. Car Wash, with Kitling

3. Tin Cans, Stray Cats and Horses

4. Cat Food

5. Where Is Everyone?

6. Tin Opener

7. Park Chase, and the Alien Planet

8. An Unexpected Pleasure

9. Planet of the Cheetah People

10. Two Pints

11. Playing with Fire

12. Valley of Cats


Disc: 2

1. The Living Planet

2. We Shall Become Animals

3. Ace and Karra

4. Go Home

5. I Will Be Free of It

6. Come Hunting, Sister

7. Midge and the Bad Cat Man

8. On Horsenden Hill

9. Tooth and Claw

10. Run for Ever

11. ... And Somewhere Else, the Tea's Getting Cold

12. Doctor Who (Closing Theme)


Second in a collectable set of Eight Doctor Who Story Releases / Original TV Soundtrack by Dominic Glynn / Gatefold Sleeve by Clayton Hickman


About the Artist

Prolific composer Dominic Glynn is closely associated with the 1980s era of Doctor Who. A major creator of production music, his work can also be heard in hundreds of film and TV productions worldwide as diverse as The Simpsons, Red Dwarf and Dead Like Me. Transmitted in late 1989, Survival marked the end of an era for Doctor Who, the final series from a continuous 26 year run. A few tracks from 'Survival' appeared on the Doctor Who 50 compilation (released on Silva Screen in 2014) but the rest are all previously unreleased.


Doctor Who: The Invasion OST (Vinyl)

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The Invasion was an eight-part Doctor Who story made and transmitted in 1968. Written by Derrick Sherwin (from a story by Kit Pedler), it starred Patrick Troughton as the second Doctor and featured the Brigadier, UNIT, and the Cybermen in a “modern Earth invasion” Doctor Who story that became a hugely influential series at the time. At the helm was Douglas Camfield, one of popular television’s most maverick and talented directors of the 1960s and 1970s.

The music was composed by Don Harper, the third Australian émigré composer (after Ron Grainer and Dudley Simpson) to work on the programme. Harper’s soundtrack may have been influenced by John Barry’s score for The Ipcress File (1965). He uses the cimbalom in the score, and the artist was most likely John Leach (a.k.a. Janos Lehar), who played on The Ipcress File, King Rat and The Persuaders.

The release also features “Muzak” by John Baker (referred to as such in the cue sheets for episodes 1 and 2), which had its first outing in an Out of the Unknown episode.

The master tape of the music for ‘The Invasion’ was lost soon after transmission, but Harper retained a 7½ ips ‘composer’s copy’ that forms the basis of this release. Additionally, the score was augmented by extensive use of electronic sounds by Brian Hodgson of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop


Side A

1. Doctor Who (new opening theme, 1967)


2. The Dark Side of the Moon (Music 2 Variation)


3. The Company (Music 7)


4. Hiding (Music 8)


5. International Electromatics Headquarters (Music 3)


6. Muzak


7. The Cyber Director (Music 5)


8. The Cybermen, My Allies (Music 7)


9. Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart (Music 12a)


10. Plans for Invasion (Music 8)


11. Mysteries (Music 12)


12. Fire Escape (Music 11)


13. The Dark Side of the Moon (Reprise) (Music 2)


14. The Cybermen, My Allies (Reprise) (Music 7, looped)




Side B


1. Music 4 (Trapped in Gas Chamber - v. 1 & 2)


2. Music 9


3. Music 10


4. Music 13


5. Music 14


6. Music 15a


7. Music 15b


8. Music 15c


9. Music 15d


10. Music 15e


11. Music 15f


12. Music 15g


13. Music 15h


14. Music 16a


15. Music 16b


16. Music 16c


17. Music 16d


18. Music 16e


19. Music 16f


20. Music 16g


Electronic Score and Sounds


21. Part of TARDIS disappears


22. All of TARDIS disappears


23. TARDIS take off slow and painful


24. International Electromatics Headquarters Exterior


25. International Electromatics Headquarters Interior




Radiophonic Workshop 21 (Vinyl)

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Single vinyl LP / Lilac colour / Limited Edition / Printed inner sleeve


About the Artist

In 1958 the BBC Radiophonic Workshop opened with the aim to enhance the main drama output on the Third Programme (now Radio 3) following the development of new electronic music techniques emanating from Europe. Their work expanded across the BBC to take in TV drama (especially sci-fi), schools programmes and themes. The latter being their most celebrated and well known work: Delia Derbyshire's treatment of Ron Grainer's theme for Doctor Who. This collection was originally released on vinyl by BBC Records in 1979 to celebrate 21 years of the workshop's creative output. From The Goons (Bloodnock's Stomach), to the Interval Signal, to Doctor Who and Great Zoos of the World, this is a fascinating chronicle of some of the most innovative music ever made. These ground-breaking compositions have provided a major influence on music from The Beatles and Pink Floyd and onwards into the contemporary world of Aphex Twin, Orbital and The Chemical Brothers.


Tomb of the Cybermen (Record Store Day Vinyl)

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"The Tomb Of The Cybermen" is a classic Doctor Who story from 1967 featuring the second Doctor Patrick Troughton. Never released on vinyl, the story is two hours long spread across 2LP heavyweight silver vinyl, and featuring newly commissioned gatefold artwork, sleevenotes and on set photos.


The Doctor faces the dreaded Cybermen in the digitally remastered soundtrack of the classic BBC TV story, with linking narration by Frazer Hines. It has legendary status amongst Whovians as the serial was believed lost for many years until discovered in Hong Kong in 1992. The action of The Tomb of the Cybermen follows directly on from that of the preceding serial The Evil of the Daleks, with the Doctor and Jamie welcoming the newly orphaned Victoria aboard the TARDIS. Commissioned as Doctor Who and the Cybermen Planet, this was the third encounter between the Doctor and his half-human, half-machine foes.