CD's and LP Soundtracks

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  • Claudio Simonetti's Goblin – The Murder Collection

    Claudio Simonetti's Goblin – The Murder Collection

    Label: Deep Red – LP DR 001

    Format: All Media, Album, Limited Edition, LP & CD

    Country: Italy

    Released: 2014

    Producer: Claudio Simonetti

    Hand numbered Limited Edition to 500 copies. We have #489/500


    • $74.99
  • Herschell Gordon Lewis & The Amazing Pink Holes

    Ultra Limited Edition 45 Record - The Godfather of gore, H.G. Lewis, appeared at the October 4 - 6, 2002 Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo outside Cleveland, Ohio for the first of several times. CW Show promoter, Ken Kish, wrangled Mr. Lewis to sing vocals on a couple of his self written movie theme songs backed by Cleveland fellow friends from the Cleveland punk band, (Les Black’s) Amazing Pink Holes, and on Monday, October 7th, with Lewis’ blessing, they did just that and covered THE SOUTH’S GONNA RISE AGAIN (from Two Thousand Maniacs) and MOONSHINE MOUNTAIN (From Moonshine Mountain, naturally). In early 2004 Smog Veil Records issued a limited edition (of 500 copies) “blood splattered” clear vinyl 45 record that quickly sold out. Pink Holes guitarist, Bob Richey, uncovered 18 over-run copies of the record stashed away in a closet, and told us at CW to put out a “xerox” band quickie like he’d do with over-runs back in the day. NOPE. No “quickie” B&W xerox copy here. Yes, it’s still an over-run edition, and we didn’t run out and make brand new artwork for 18 copies, but we did put together brand new front cover artwork featuring H.G. Lewis that was taken at the October 4 - 6, 2002 CW Show as well as using the slightly altered back cover art (by Bob Richey) that was used on the original press of 500. These are it. The last 18 original run “blood spattered” 45s. Signed and numbered (by Ken Kish, who did the new art) in “old school” xerox-style packaging. When they are gone, they are gone for good.
    • $20.00
  • Planet of the Apes

    Jerry Goldsmith’s complete soundtrack for the classic Planet of the Apes also includes the original suite from “Escape From The Planet of the Apes” to fill out things. Very cool.

    • $17.99
  • Radio Spot Apocalypse 10: The Skyland Drive-in Edition

    One of the things people liked most about Volume One of our Radio Spot Collections was the drive-in announcements from Lake Cely (aka Elmer Snodgrass.) Cely was the morning DJ at WQOK radio in Greenville, SC and taped a show for the Skyland Drive-In every week for four years that they played through the drive-in speakers and in and around the concession area every weekend. They were recorded on reel to reel audio tape, and I’m sure they got erased and reused. Only five shows are known to exist, and the one we used on Radio Spot Volume 1 was only Cely’s audio portion… So I guess only 4 and ½ shows exist? We have since uncovered the remaining four shows, and best of all, they are complete and uncut shows just as they aired in late 1959 and early 1960. In each show, Lake Cely promotes new food items, upcoming movies, contests, and special attractions while spinning 50s music between his announcing duties. Four complete shows on four CDs… How can you go wrong!?
    • $19.99
  • Radio Spot Apocalypse 1: A Collection of Original Drive-in Radio Spots from the 60's and 70's

    Cinema Wasteland’s Radio Spot Apocalypse offers up original radio trailers to over 150 Drive-In Movies and Attractions from the 60’s and 70’s on three CDs. Arranged alphabetically from A (Abby) to Z (Zombie), there’s not too many classics missing from this collection! Also included are original radio intermissions from The Skyland Drive-In Theatre in Greenville, SC from 1964 and a complete 30 minute Drive-In intermission from the mid 70’s that features the complete “Spend a Night in the Grave” (aka Final Dimension in Shock) radio ad campaign and more! You also get a special bonus “leftover” disc of extra and unused radio spots not included in the original 3 disc set that includes bonus radio interviews from the 1970 film Julius Caesar with Charlton Heston. That’s a four disc set in all that totals spots to over 150 films with a running time of four and a half hours in all! This collection has been called everything from “amazing” to “exhaustive”... All we know is that at this price, you’d be silly to pass up adding it to your collection!

    • $19.99
  • Radio Spot Apocalypse 2: The Second Coming

    If you enjoyed our first Radio Spot Collection, then get ready for Volume 2. It’s bigger, badder, and bolder than the original! Cinema Wasteland’s Radio Spot Apocalypse 2 offers up original radio trailers and advertisements to over 250 Drive-In Movies and Attractions from the 60’s and 70’s on four CDs. Arranged alphabetically from A (Airport) to Z (Zardoz), there isn’t a single spot repeated from the first volume. A few of the same films show up on both volumes, but there are zero repeat spots on Volume 2 that were used on Volume 1. That’s 396 total tracks on four CDs that represent 222 different movies and 16 different double features alone. And peppered throughout this second collection are several original Drive-In Intermission spots and advertisements, a series of actual answering machine messages from moron America, and a few surprises along the way. Total running time for the four discs is 288 minutes, or 4 hours and 48 minutes if your prefer. And if agreed with the reviews and thought our last collection was “amazing” and “exhaustive”... You ain’t seen nothin’ yet!

    • $19.99
  • Radio Spot Apocalypse 3: The Blaxploitation Collection

    From 1970 to 1980, over 200 films with Black themes were released to Drive-In’s and Grindhouses across the country where they came to be known as “Blaxploitation” movies. Many of these ground breaking films were powerful, hip, and just plain fun... And it seems that the horror and exploitation films were the most fun and profitable. Cinema Wasteland’s Radio Spot Apocalypse 3 celebrates the Blaxploitation Era of films, along with its kissing cousin, the Martial Arts movie, by collecting 125 different radio trailers to 103 different films and 3 double features on two CDs (with a running time over two hours long.) Although we’ve gone back and pulled almost every blaxploitation and martial arts radio spot used on the first two volumes of Cinema Wasteland’s Radio Spot Collections, Volume 3 features 83 original radio trailers and 37 original Intermission spots available here for the first time and not found on our other collections. Chock full of Mack Daddies, Foxy Mamas, Mighty Mandingo’s, Soul Sisters, Pimps, Con Men, Godfathers, Tough Cops, Tougher Criminals, and some of the baddest one-chick hit-squads to ever blow into town, Cinema Wasteland’s Radio Spot Apocalypse 3 has been Rated X by an all white jury! 162 tracks total on 2 CDs. Total Running time for both discs is 129 minutes.

    • $9.99
  • Radio Spot Apocalypse 4

    Our fourth volume of radio spots offers up 150 original radio trailers for 85 different drive-in and grind house films from the 1960's, 70's, and early 80's on two CDs. These spots are all brand new and none of them are included on our three previous collections. Peppered throughout Radio Spot Apocalypse 4 are 36 original theater and drive-in intermission spots and advertisements, the original theme song to H.G. Lewis’ 1968 sexploitation classic, Suburban Roulette, nine different interview segments from the 1972 horror film, Who Slew Auntie Roo, and More! 198 total tracks on two CDs. Total running time for both discs is 138 minutes.

    • $9.99
  • Radio Spot Apocalypse 5: Classic Radio Commercials

    Radio Spot Apocalypse Volume 5 doesn’t feature audio trailers for classic, and not so classic films like the previous 4 volumes did. This time around we’re celebrating classic, and not so classic Radio Commercials, Public Service Announcements, Radio Station Plugs, and Assorted Advertising Promos from the 1960s, 70s, and 80s of FM radio.

    Included are radio spots designed to get businesses to advertise on the radio, commercials and jingles for Candy, Soda, Beer, Cigarettes, various Stores and Car Dealerships, Classic Albums, Restaurants, and More! Remember New Coke?... You’ll find a few radio commercials for that disaster included on this collection. How about “Frank and Louie” the Budweiser Lizards, or a couple of truly bizarre Ban Deodorant radio commercials? Yep, they’re included as well, along with dozens of classic 60s and 70s bands selling everything from bath soap, to drink mix, blue jeans, beer, and breakfast cereal. There was a time when radio ruled and the clever and witty radio commercials and jingles were just as popular as a Number One Hit Single. Relive those days with this Collection of Classic Radio Commercials and we’re willing to bet you’ll be singing along with a timeless radio jingle from your past in no time. Radio Spot Apocalypse Volume 5 features 159 radio commercials on 2 CDs. Running time is approximately 158 minutes and well worth the listen.

    • $9.99
  • Radio Spot Apocalypse 6

    Just when we thought it would be near impossible to come up with another volume of our popular Radio Trailer collections, we went and even surprised ourselves! Radio Spot Apocalypse Volume 6 offers up an all new collection of over 160 Radio Trailers to over 87 different Films on two CD’s. And peppered throughout RSA 6 are several classic Radio Ads, Spook Show Promos, Concert Spots, Movie Soundtrack LP spots, Public Service Announcements from the 1960’s and 70’s, and More! Total running time (2 discs) is 150 minutes of pure madness!

    • $9.99
  • Radio Spot Apocalypse 7: Classic LP Record Commercials

    Classic LP Record Commercials from the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s - Once upon a time, radio was king. You wouldn’t own a car that didn’t have an FM radio in it in the 1970‘s and when you weren't in your car, you carried a portable radio with you. As the title implies, Radio Spot Apocalypse Volume 7 is a collection of radio commercials that advertised a musician or bands latest LP Record, tape… or 8-Track.

    You’ll find radio commercials for 130 different “new release” LP records from bands like The Allman Brothers, The Band, Alice Cooper, The Byrds, Canned Heat, Deep Purple, The Guess Who, Jethro Tull, Harry Nilson, Paul Revere and The Raiders, The Raspberries, Ike and Tina Turner, ZZ Top, and so many others. You’ll also find a few concert spots, PSA’s and bands doing various commercials for assorted products to fill out this two disc collection. Total running time (2 discs) is 158 minutes of musical mayhem.

    • $9.99
  • Radio Spot Apocalypse 8: 1960s and 70s Bands Doing Soda Commercials

    Yes indeed, here we have a two CD collection of 1960’s and 70’s bands and recording artists doing radio jingles and commercials for Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Dr. Pepper and 7-Up. 132 total radio spots sung by the likes of Chuck Berry, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, the Coasters, Delaney and Bonnie, Neil Diamond, Aretha Franklin, Three Dog Night, The Moody Blues, and so many others.

    Who doesn’t remember “Things Go Better With Coke”, “I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing” or “It’s The Real Thing” Coke ads. What about those “Pepsi Pours It On”, You’re The Pepsi Generation” or “You’ve Got A Lot To Live And Pepsi’s Got A Lot To Give” radio spots? What about David Naughton singing the “Dr. Pepper: Wouldn’t You Like To Be A Pepper too?” jingle?… Yep, it’s here. Two CD Set. 151 minutes total.

    • $9.99
  • Radio Spot Apocalypse 9: Classic AM Radio Station CKLW 1968 to 1973

    In the 1960’s and 70’s, Top 40 radio station, CKLW, was the top-rated AM station in Windsor, Ontario and was easily heard in the Detroit, Cleveland and Toledo, Ohio areas as well. Calling itself “The Big 8” (as it was 800 on the AM dial) CKLW became an internationally known station that helped to break a number of Canadian Groups and Artists like Anne Murray, Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell, The Guess Who, April Wine, and The Five Man Electrical Band to name a few. By 1978, CKLW’s popularity was overshadowed by FM radio’s album oriented rock format and it became the station you listened to if you only had an AM radio in your old car. But The Big 8 lives on!

    Here we have a series of CKLW air checks from 1968 to 1973 on three CD’s. These are actual radio shows (or at least large portions of actual radio shows) that were recorded as they originally aired, complete with disc jockey banter between songs, original commercials and sponsor spots, weather reports, and giveaways between complete songs and hits of the day. It’s exactly like listening to the radio during the CKLW golden age because it IS radio during the CKLW golden age! Also includes a 4th CD of 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s Concerts, Radio Programs, LP Release Ads, and Groups and Musicians doing original radio commercials and Public Service Announcements not found on our other Radio Spot CD Collections. Four CD Set. Approximately 4 ½ hours total running time.

    • $19.99

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