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2019: After the Fall of New York - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack LP

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Almost thirty years after the film's release, Cabum edizioni and Beat Records Company are pleased to offer the splendid soundtrack by Guido & Maurizio De Angelis for the post-atomic 2019 after the fall of New York, directed by Sergio Martino in 1983 with Michael Sopkiw, George Eastman, Anna Kanakis, Valentine Monnier.

In a post-atomic future, two opposing factions, the Euraks and the Federation, fight for dominance, in this context, a lone warrior hired by the latter infiltrates New York to retrieve the last fertile woman on the planet.

Years later, still with a large plethora of fans, 2019 after the escape of New York is considered among the best films of the post-atomic genre a typology that has depopulated in the decade of the 80's and that has certainly had forerunners in the American cinema from which this film is very influenced.

The soundtrack of the De Angelis brothers, to date, was among the most awaited by fans of the musician brothers and lovers of film music, and represents, like Alien 2 on earth, an amazing alternative style exercise of the two masters who pack a score that we could define the Italian response to the American style of Carpenter.

Cabum and Beat Records, thanks to the discovery in the archives of the label of the two musicians of the original, full recording session, can finally offer the soundtrack of the film on colored 180 gram LP, on the cover the original poster of the time of Renato Casaro, mastering by Enrico De Gemini, graphic layout and internal envelope printed by Daniele De Gemini, production notes by Manuel Cavengaghi (edited in English by Josh Mitchell), friends of Bloodbuster, even author of a monograph entitled 2019. After the fall of New York by Sergio Martino.

Cabum and Beat Records are proud to present, almost forty years after the theatrical release of the film, the wonderful score by Guido & Maurizio De Angelis for the post-apocalyptic movie 2019 after the fall of New York, directed in 1983 by Sergio Martino and starring Michael Sopkiw, George Eastman, Anna Kanakis and Valentine Monnier.

In a post-apocalyptic future, we have two enemy factions — the Euraks and the Federation — fighting for dominance, and a solitary warrior is sent by the Federation to New York to retrieve the last fertile woman on Earth.

Still enjoying a immense fan base, 2019 after the fall of New York is considered one of the best movies of its genre, which was very popular in the '80s and most certainly influenced by some of the cult-classic American movies that were so prolific at the time.

The score by the De Angelis bros. was one of the most sought-after by their fans and film music lovers and represents, like Alien 2 on earth, a wonderful stylistic exercise by the two Maestros, chiseling a soundtrack that could be defined as the Italian reply to Carpenter's style.

Cabum and Beat Records, thanks to the discovery of the original recording sessions in the archive of the brothers' label, are finally able to offer the score on colored 180gramms LP. The cover features the original poster artwork painted by Renato Casaro, with mastering by Enrico De Gemini, graphic layout designed by Daniele De Gemini and on a printed inner sleeve, liner notes by Manuel Cavenaghi (edited in English by Josh Mitchell), one of our friends from Bloodbuster and author of an essay entitled "2019. After Sergio Martino's fall in New York.”

Composed by legendary duo Guido & Maurizio De Angelis.

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