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Jimmy Page - Sound Tracks: Box Set



Introducing Sound Tracks by Jimmy Page: a special edition box set bringing together JP’s extraordinary compositions for the films Lucifer Rising and Death Wish II along with additional archive material for the first time.

The quadruple box set is available to pre-order now and new discs Lucifer Rising and Death Wish II along with additional archive material for the first time.Lucifer Rising: The Second Coming and Lucifer Rising and Death Wish II along with additional archive material for the first time.Death Wish II: Expansion include rare, never-before-heard tracks.

Speaking about the release, Jimmy explains; “The archive material and work included here serve as an illustration of the ongoing process at the time of these two projects.”

Recorded at Jimmy's home studio in Plumpton and The Sol studio in Cookham in the late seventies and early eighties, Sound Tracks features an all-new booklet containing a written track-by-track insight by Jimmy Page for the archive material amidst a stunning collection of original artwork across 36 pages. The quadruple gatefold CD case and booklet is housed inside a soft-touch matt black slipcase.

Pre-order your copy now - Sound Tracks will be released on Friday, March 06 2015.

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There are three versions of Sound Tracks available to pre-order now:
  • 4 x CD Edition
  • 4 x Vinyl Edition
  • Signed Deluxe Edition

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