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Craig Safan

Warning Sign / O.S.T.

Craig Safan Warning Sign O.S.T. Warning Sign O.S.T.
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Invada Records proudly presents the release of a Synth-Heavy Score from one of the Industry's most creative com-posers; Craig Safan's music to the 1985 20th Century Fox sci-fi thriller WARNING SIGN. Famous for his score to the timeless classic The Last Star Fighter, as well as A Nightmare on Elm Street, Part IV and (amazingly) the hit series Cheers! Safan's film music is notable for its clever use of electronics, and Warning Sign is no differ-ent. Recorded using a Synclavier Synthesizer - an expensive piece of kit at the time - the score is fully electronic but no less effective than his orchestral work, and provides an entertaining and futuristic soundscape for the story of a man-made virus that is accidentally released into its laboratory, turning its workers into zombies. The Synclavier creates an appropriate atmosphere, which Safan layers with different effects, from an electric piano that illustrates a desolate location in the film's early stages to the use of metallic effects as percussion for the chemically-affected staff. Safan weaves dissonant sounds to suggest chaos and para-noia, and innovatively synthesizes human voices to convey a sense of tortured souls to those in-fected. An intense score where the foreboding turns to reality with an eerie and uncomfortable texture, broken only by a beautiful and warm melody for the resolution and end credits, where all is well. This special edition that features an expanded version of the original 1985 LP program, along with 15 unreleased cues presented as bonus tracks. The release features new artwork by Marc Bessant, liner notes by Safan himself plus George Ginn presenting a comprehensive package befitting one of the scores that was an important part of 80s electronic film music.
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