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Shogun Assassin (Soundtrack / O.S.T.) (CSD 2015 Release)
Label: One Way Static / Cinewax
Pressung: EU - Original
Zustand: Neu Vinyl: Cover: Soundtracks + Electronic + Pop & Various + Tapes & CDs + Tapes
Cassette Store Day 2015 Exclusive
A killer tape version exclusively for International Cassette Store Day 2015. This cassette tape is limited to 300 copies and manufactured to be sold at participating stores. It's not unusual for hip-hop artists to immortalize something by sampling it, but few did so as extensively -or as effectively- as GZA in his use of snippets from 'Shogun Assassin' on his 1995 album 'Liquid Swords'.
It’s not unusual for hip hop artists to immortalize something by sampling it, but few did so as extensively - or as effectively - as GZA in his use of snippets from Shogun Assassin on his 1995 album Liquid Swords. Though we know them as elder statesmen now, in the mid-90s The Wu-Tang Clan were the spookiest kids on the block, sharing an obsession with shaolin monks, B-movies, and soul-chillingly dark string samples.
Released to the grindhouse film circuit in 1980, Shogun Assassin is a martial arts Easts-meets-West culture mashup. Recutting scenes from the swashbuckling Japanese series Lone Wolf And Cubfor the British and American markets, the film sold on its brutal action and frequent decapitations. Producer RZA was a big fan and let the soundtrack shape his work on his bandmate’s solo LP.
“[The album tells] the story of a shogun told through different narratives and scenarios. It’s not a theme but more like a thread throughout the album,” GZA has said. “While we were mastering the album, RZA asked the engineer to go out and get it and bring it back to us. That’s when I watched it. I loved it immediately and thought it fit with the album well.”
The film’s soundtrack blends eastern melodies chiming out of futuristic synths, electronic beats, and bouncing disco bass lines introduced by a child’s ominous voiceover. It was neither Japanese nor authentic. It was, in fact, recorded and mixed at Icon Studios, Hollywood and composed and performed by W. Michael Lewis (of LA disco pioneers Rinder & Lewis) and Mark Lindsay, a man well known as the frontman of hit 1960s beat group Paul Revere & The Raiders. The combination produces results that are typical of neither and all the more intriguing for it.
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|A1.||The Legend Of Lone Wolf||Lainie Cook...||Mark Lindsay|
|A2.||Daigoro's Theme||Lainie Cook...||Mark Lindsay|
|A3.||Assassin With Son||Lainie Cook...||Mark Lindsay|
|A4.||The Ninja||Lainie Cook...||Mark Lindsay|
|B1.||Voyagers||Lainie Cook...||Mark Lindsay|
|B2.||Crimson Sky||Lainie Cook...||Mark Lindsay|
|B3.||Eyes Of A Demon||Lainie Cook...||Mark Lindsay|
|B4.||Dune||Lainie Cook...||Mark Lindsay|
|B5.||Lone Wolf's Theme||Lainie Cook...||Mark Lindsay|
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