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7 August 2001

GDI Award

GDI Award

In April 2001 America's Video Watchdog magazine awarded GDI Records

'Label of the Year 2000' in recognition of its tireless work restoring and releasing Hammer's original soundtracks.

UK retailers have recently taken delivery of

The Best of Hammer Horror, a mid-price (£6.99) compilation of previously issued tracks from 13 films, including The Mummy, The Devil Rides Out and Taste the Blood of Dracula


The latest release is an album featuring the scores from the 1965 film

She and its 1968 sequel The Vengeance of She


The score for

She is widely regarded as one of James Bernard's finest, and the inclusion of Mario Nascimbene's score for Vengeance

is a similar treat.

The 40-track disc includes an unused alternate take of 'Carol's Theme' from

The Vengeance of She

and a three-minute interview with Nascimbene.

The company's next release is David Whitaker's superb score for

Dr Jekyll & Sister Hyde

, available in October 2001.

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