The title alone was enough for schlock fans to go rifling through VHS bins in search of a rare ex-rental copy of this 1987 Troma gem, and understandably it’s gone down in history as one of the b-movie world’s oddest movies. The film really does exactly what you’d hope – set in a post-apocalyptic future, neo-nazi surfer punks are running riot, and of course, a gun-toting grandma seeks to wipe them out after they kill her beloved grandson. Seriously.
Even if you’re not into this kind of thing (but we don’t believe that for a second), Jon McCallum’s synth-laced score is a thing of beauty and suits the post-apocalyptic setting of the film. Fans of Tangerine Dream and John Carpenter’s scores will be at home on this record. McCallum is also the composer behind genre classics such as Miami Connection (1987), Terror Eyes (1989) and Soul Taker (1990). Aside from his composing work he worked on the special effects for Phantasm 2 and George Harrison’s “Got My Mind Set On You,” music video.
Strange Disc Records brings us the fantastic synth driven score to Surf Nazi’s Must Die by Jon McCallum. This unreleased classic soundtrack has been bootlegged for years, and we're finally getting a proper release. Packaged as a deluxe vinyl edition with front artwork by McCallum himself with additional art direction by Adam Maida. This release also comes with an insert containing extensive liner notes and unseen pictures.
Strange Disc Records released this exceptional soundtrack back in 2014 and it sold out in a matter of weeks. Due to ever-increasing popular demand over the years, today they have announced a brand-new limited vinyl pressing. Available as a limited classic black vinyl edition from Light in the Attic Records.
Expected to ship December 28th.