O.S.T. "Friday the 13th Part 3 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)"
Originally released in 1982 and in 3-D, FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 3 is the first film to feature the legendary slasher, Jason Voorhees, wearing his signature hockey mask. This image of a machete wielding, hockey masked killer became the trademark for the franchise, as well as an iconic image in American cinema and horror films in general.
To keep in tune with the original 3-D theatrical release of the film, Waxwork created a deluxe quality 3-D lenticular mounted album cover for the heavyweight old-style tip-on gatefold jacket which houses two LP's featuring the complete soundtrack.
Waxwork Records incorporated the lost, deleted final scene of the film into the inner gatefold illustration. This deleted scene from the film depicted an unmasked Jason Voorhees violently beheading the "final girl". Deemed too graphic by the film studio, the scene was cut from the movie altogether. Here's your chance to see it up close and personal through the artistic vision of Gary Pullin.
And yes, this soundtrack release includes the now famous "Disco Theme" from FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 3's opening credits!
- The Complete Soundtrack By Harry Manfredini
- Artwork By Ghoulish Gary Pullin
- 3-D Lenticular Mounted Album Cover
- "Pamela Voorhees Corpse Splatter & Sweater Colored Vinyl
- Deluxe Packaging
Record Label | Waxwork