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Coil - The Unreleased Themes For Hellraiser flac album
Title:
The Unreleased Themes For Hellraiser
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Experimental, Soundtrack, Modern Classical, Dark Ambient
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1593 mb
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4.4 ✪

The Unreleased Themes for Hellraiser (subtitled The Consequences of Raising Hell) was the fourth album that Coil released in 1987. The album was released on CD, cassette and 10″ vinyl. It was the proposed soundtrack to the film Hellraiser, however was turned down because it was not considered commercial enough. A-side tracks from the 10″/cassette version and all tracks from the CD version later appeared on the Unnatural History II compilation.

Gold is the Metal (With the Broadest Shoulders). 73. King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard.

The album was released on CD, cassette and 10″ vinyl. Pictures, videos, biodata, and files relating to The Unreleased Themes for Hellraiser are also acceptable encyclopedic sources. Additional terms may apply.

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The Unreleased Themes for Hellraiser (subtitled The Consequences Of Raising Hell) was the fourth album that Coil released in the year 1987. The album was released on the CD, cassette and 10″ vinyl.

Tracklist

Hellraiser 2:45
Box Theme 3:00
Main Title 3:12
Airline 1 0:53
Liqueur 0:56
Perfume 0:40
Video Recorder 0:39
Airline 2 1:01
Natural Gas 1:02
Cosmetic 1 0:20
Cosmetic 2 0:22
Analgesic 1:38
Road Surface 1:50
Accident Insurance 2:07

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
COIL 001 Coil The Unreleased Themes For Hellraiser ‎(10", Ltd, Cle) Solar Lodge Records COIL 001 UK 1987
COIL 001 Coil The Unreleased Themes For Hellraiser ‎(10") Solar Lodge Records COIL 001 UK 1987
COIL 001 Coil The Unreleased Themes For Hellraiser ‎(10", Ltd, Pin) Solar Lodge Records COIL 001 UK 1987
none Coil The Unreleased Themes For Hellraiser ‎(Cass, S/Sided, Promo, Smplr, Adv) Not On Label none UK 1987
SOL 4 Coil The Consequences Of Raising Hell... ‎(Cass) Soleilmoon Recordings SOL 4 US 1988
TORSO CD161, none Coil Hellraiser Themes ‎(CD, EP, RE, Blu) Torso, Solar Lodge Records TORSO CD161, none Europe 1990
TORSO CD161 Coil Hellraiser Themes ‎(CD, EP, RE, RP, Sil) Torso, Solar Lodge Records TORSO CD161 Europe 1990
TORSO CD161 Coil Hellraiser Themes ‎(CD, EP, RE, RP, Whi) Torso, Solar Lodge Records TORSO CD161 Europe 1990
TORSO CD161 Coil Hellraiser Themes ‎(CD, EP, RE, Whi) Torso, Solar Lodge Records TORSO CD161 Europe Unknown


Reviews:
  • Kale
I've always listened to this record at 33rpm, and it makes much more sense that way... especially side two, which sounds like the 'chipmunks remix' to me when I hear the CD/digital version. I often wonder if they actually meant for it to be played at different speeds – especially given the apparent playing speed on the tape version. Anyway, I recommend side two at 33rpm!
  • Zicelik
I bought this release when it was first put out but later had to sell a bunch of my vinyl collection. So last year I found another for sale on discogs and bought it. I highly recommend listening to these chilling songs by Coil. It is excellent and worth any high price you might have to pay to get your own copy of it!
  • Ericaz
This is by far my favorite Coil release, if just for the fact that it could have been what accompanied one of the greatest horror movies of all time, until the studio people butted in. Ah well, our loss. At least we can hear what might have been, some of the most melodic sounds from this band ever. There is also a track on 'Gold Is The Metal (With The Broadest Shoulders)' called 'Cardinal Points' that was recorded during these sessions and was meant to appear on the Hellraiser soundtrack, an excellent addition to this stellar landmark.
  • Mr_Mix
Coil were approached to compose the soundtrack for Hellraiser, the result was apparently the only record Clive Barker had ever heard that he had to turn off because it 'made his bowels churn'. Jessie! Surely that would be the desired effect for a good Hellraiser soundtrack... This is seriously good stuff, and the advert shorts on the B-side are paradoxical fun as well...