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Mike Patton’s ‘Crank: High Voltage’ movie soundtrack debuts first-ever vinyl release

July 21 2017, 12:47 PM EDT By Maggie Dickman


Fans of Crank: High Voltage should get excited: The soundtrack is getting a vinyl repressing, with special notes from composer and performer Mike Patton, lead singer of Faith No More and Mr. Bungle.

See the track listing below!

Read more: Faith No More’s Mike Bordin talks playing with Ozzy and the future of the band at Aftershock 2015

Enjoy The Ride Records in conjunction with Lakeshore Records are teaming up for the first-ever vinyl release of the Crank: High Voltage Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, which was both composed and performed by Patton—in fact, it’s the first soundtrack Patton composed and performed on ever.

The vinyl pressing is limited to 1,000 copies. Enjoy The Ride Records variants are Half Black/Half Clear with Yellow Splatter (150 copies) and Black inside Yellow with White and Yellow Splatter (350 copies). They’ll be available for purchase here.

Solid Yellow variants (500 copies) will be available from retailers worldwide. 

Check out the official track listing below!

crank high voltage

SIDE 1 

1 Kickin’
2 Chelios
3 Sweet Cream (Redux)
4 Organ Donor
5 Chickenscratch
6 Tourettes Romance
7 Doc Miles
8 El Huron 

SIDE 2 

1 Tourettes Breakdance
2 Juice Me
3 Hallucination
4 Porn Strike
5 Surgery
6 Social Club
7 Chocolate Theme
8 Ball Torture
9 Chevzilla 

SIDE 3 

1 The Hammer Drops
2 Triad Limo
3 Shock & Shootout
4 Pixelvision
5 Spring Loaded
6 Verona
7 Car Park Throwdown 

SIDE 4 

1 Noticias
2 Catalina Island
3 Supercharged
4 Massage Parlor
5 Full Body Tourettes
6 Epilogue – In My Dreams
7 Friction
8 Epiphany 

Will you be picking up the Crank: High Voltage soundtrack on vinyl? Let us know in the comments below!

Watch more: Faith No More’s Mike Bordin talks playing with Ozzy and the future of the band at Aftershock 2015

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