It’s time to get post-apocalyptic, yall. ‘Mad Max’, since George Miller and company conjured up its vivid dystopian imagery all those years ago, has had a seismic impact on pop culture. From the ‘Fallout’ video game franchise to California Love to The Book of Eli and many many more, ‘Mad Max’ is a part of us.
Still hanging a 99% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes, 2015’s ‘Fury Road’ is aiming at interplanetary success, and if there’s any record label that could give this thing the proper gourmet vinyl treatment, it’d be Mondo. From the stellar vinyl variant colors to the cover art to the entire packaging process, they do it right. This time around, there’s no random inserts for the limited variant, so get to the ‘buy’ link and claim your spoils.
Below are a few samples from soundtrack. Dig in.
The soundtrack's composer Junkie XL utilized the movie’s vast landscape to explore a diverse range of musical territory, from beating drums to sweeping strings and electric guitar-driven operatic themes, utilizing nearly 200 instruments. “The score includes almost everything in a composer’s arsenal. The instrumentation ranges from big, brutal percussion and an 80-voice choir, with string sections and musical sound design, and everything in between. I used anything I could get my hands on.”
This limited edition pressing features original artwork by Boneface, and is housed in a die-cut slip cover, with two interchangeable inserts (the titular Max and the film's big bad Immortan Joe).
Mondo exclusive version pressed on 180 Gram White Vinyl with Silver Color-In-Color in honor of the War Boys going Chrome in preparation for Valhalla.
Also available on 180 Gram Black Vinyl
- Maybe Buy
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