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cödėmaster88
10-11-2011, 01:06 AM
J. Peter Robinson
Wes Craven's New Nightmare (Expanded Score)
Milan Records, 1994

FLAC, level 8 compression (album tracks); 320kbps MP3 (bonus tracks)
Album sections ripped from my own original CD.

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Track Listing:

1. Playground
2. A New Nightmare Begins
3. And Now... Heeeere's Freddy!
4. Heather And Chase Theme
5. Scratches
6. Phone Calls
7. The Glove Gioes Berserk
8. Heather's Departure
9. Dylan Tells Heather About Rex
10. Heather's Concern
11. Bedtime Story (Dylan's Theme)
12. Chase's Blues
13. The Claw and Chase's Death
14. The Police Tell Heather About Chase
15. The Funeral
16. The Park
17. Nosebleed
18. Robert's Painting
19. The Claw In Heather's Bed
20. Attack
21. Heather Reassures Dylan
22. Wes Craven's Nightmare
23. Never Sleep Again
24. Miss Me??!!
25. Oxgentyton
26. Everything's Not All Right!
27. The Freeway
28. Transformation
29. Bread Crumbs
30. Freddy's Netherworld
31. Script / Freddy's Attacks
32. Tongue/Escape
33. Safe At Last???
34. Skin the Cat (bonus track, lossy MP3)
35. Freddy's Attacks (extended) (bonus track, lossy MP3)
36. End Credits (bonus track, lossy MP3)

TRT: 1:14:05 (album: 57:19, bonus tracks: 16:46)


Note: this is definitely the score that got me into film scores and I have never been able to share this before today to anyone but one of my closest friends back in the day. For those of your familiar with the Elm Street scores the scores previous to this have all been horrifically synthetic and apart from the first and second Elm Street scores, not particularly interesting. This is the 2nd Elm Street film Wes Craven directed and this was right before his collaboration with now-famous composer, Marco Beltrami. J. Peter Robinson's score contribution to the Elm Street mythos was a much-needed breath of fresh air. Sure this score does feature frequent synthetic elements but it also features an astounding use of a live orchestra as well. This is definitely the scariest Elm Street score to date and features several themes that still stick in my head to this day. My biggest gripe about this album is the exclusion of my favorite track, Skin the Cat. It was the most powerful cue of the entire score that jump started the third and final act and I personally feel it was a travesty to leave off of the album so I've included as a bonus my rip of that cue from the DVD as well as a rip of the extended Freddy's lair sequence that was heavily cut down on album and the end credit suite. A few sound effects are heard but for the most part it's as clean as I can get it. The bitrate for those three cues is 320kbps. Simply because I am such a huge fan of this score I have opted to not upload an MP3 version for the album sections because lossless is the best way to go with this intricate and very scary score. I hope you all enjoy!

tommy-boy
10-12-2011, 09:46 AM
some nice moments in this one, really effective in the film. Thanks

Patcher
10-21-2011, 01:08 PM
Very interesting composer! I came across his name with The Believers. Haven't heard much from him since.

symetrisg
10-21-2011, 04:04 PM
THX!

cödėmaster88
10-21-2011, 06:47 PM
Very interesting composer! I came across his name with The Believers. Haven't heard much from him since.

He co-composed the score for the 1987 cult classic, The Gate, and wrote music for Godzilla 2000 and The World's Fastest Indian but neither match the quality of this score.

cödėmaster88
02-25-2012, 08:26 PM
Per request, here are the bonus tracks re-upped. Tracks 34 and 36 were remastered from the UK Bluray while track 35 is the same DVD rip as before. Quality is still 320 kbps and here is the link: [Only registered and activated users can see links]

justin boggan
02-25-2012, 08:34 PM
I'll leave it to you, but there's a handful of cues on his website:
J. Peter Robinson - Music For Film ([Only registered and activated users can see links])


To see if any of those are ones that had SFX and ripped from DVD on your version. Selected Credits, click on the film poster, when it comes to the front, click on it again for clips.

cödėmaster88
02-25-2012, 09:01 PM
I'll leave it to you, but there's a handful of cues on his website:
J. Peter Robinson - Music For Film ([Only registered and activated users can see links])


To see if any of those are ones that had SFX and ripped from DVD on your version. Selected Credits, click on the film poster, when it comes to the front, click on it again for clips.

The clips on there are just album tracks. No new material at all.

justin boggan
02-25-2012, 09:05 PM
Has anybody asked, and to see if he's kind enough to share one unreleased cue? Some composers are like that.

cödėmaster88
02-25-2012, 09:08 PM
Has anybody asked, and to see if he's kind enough to share one unreleased cue? Some composers are like that.

When I had IMDBPro, I found his email on there and attempted to shoot him an email but either it was fake or he didn't use it because I never got a reply back. Considering it's owned by New Line who in turn is now pretty much Warner Bros. I know they are pretty strict about that and most won't share due to contractual reasons.

krastpank
11-05-2012, 10:59 AM
sadly, the re-up link is dead. could you re-re-up this if possible? thanks!

Type0
03-30-2013, 08:26 AM
Yes, a Re-up would be lovely.

goregrind
11-01-2013, 05:53 AM
second a re-up

laohu
01-08-2014, 03:12 PM
reup 320

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sith7
01-08-2014, 03:28 PM
Anyone able to re-up the 3 tracks codyap09 ripped from the DVD. I love this score and have the original CD, but would be interested in hearing the three tracks.

tapoktro
05-17-2014, 05:00 AM
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Wes Craven’s New Nightmare (1994) Soundtrack Score
Composed by: J. Peter Robinson


MIRROR 320kbps: NewNightmare.zip (152,86 MB) - uploaded.net ([Only registered and activated users can see links])

Tracklist:
01. Playground (1:07)
02. A New Nightmare Begins (0:53)
03. And Now...Heeeere's Freddy!! (1:17)
04. Heather and Chase Theme (1:10)
05. Scratches (0:39)
06. Phone Calls (0:16)
07. The Glove Goes Berserk (1:03)
08. Heather's Departure (1:48)
09. Dylan Tells Heather About Rex (1:35)
10. Heather's Concern (1:56)
11. Bedtime Story (Dylan's Theme) (2:21)
12. Chase's Blues (1:50)
13. The Claw and Chase's Death (0:38)
14. The Police Tell Heather About Chase (1:54)
15. The Funeral (2:59)
16. The Park (3:39)
17. Nosebleed (2:10)
18. Robert's Painting (1:19)
19. The Claw In Heather's Bed (1:36)
20. Attack (2:05)
21. Heather Reassures Dylan (1:16)
22. Wes Craven's Nightmare (2:26)
23. Never Sleep Again! (1:01)
24. Miss Me??!! (0:49)
25. Oxgentyton (1:45)
26. Everything's Not All Right! (1:25)
27. The Freeway (3:25)
28. Transformation (3:13)
29. Bread Crumbs (3:29)
30. Freddy's Netherworld (1:18)
31. Script - Freddy's Attacks (2:00)
32. Tongue - Escape (1:38)
33. Safe At Last??? (2:03)

Kaolin
05-17-2014, 07:06 AM
Thanks.