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Boomkat Product Review:
Spooky soundtrack business for long, cold nights: Alan Howarth's remastered and remixed 2000 edition of John Carpenter's celebrated soundtrack to 'The Fog', plus a new bonus disc of deleted original 1980 score cues. 'The Fog' was one of Carpenter's earliest major productions, following up his box office hit 'Halloween' with a story about shipwrecked lepers who come back to haunt a north California fishing town 100 years after the fact. Carpenter fits the story with typically chilling synth accompaniment, icy keys and prickling strings, featured alongside a great prologue and interview with the film's nascent 23 years star, Jamie Lee Curtis, on the first disc. The second compiles all twenty tracks sourced from original tapes and remastered by his close associate, Alan Howarth. This is much bleaker experience, given to extended passages of droning atmosphere and pulsing tones shot through with hi-tech FX and those trademark, spidery synth hooks. A real killer, highly recommended!