Miami Connection Audio Cassette Tape Soundtrack (ETR119C)

Enjoy The Ride Records

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Miami Connection Neon Pink Cassette
 
Clear Cassette With Florescent Red Glitter Housed In A Neon Orange & Pink Case -Limited to 100 Copies
 
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  • Miami Connection Audio Cassette Tape Soundtrack (ETR119C)
  • Miami Connection Audio Cassette Tape Soundtrack (ETR119C)
  • Miami Connection Audio Cassette Tape Soundtrack (ETR119C)
  • Miami Connection Audio Cassette Tape Soundtrack (ETR119C)
  • Miami Connection Audio Cassette Tape Soundtrack (ETR119C)

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Enjoy The Ride Records and Drafthouse Films proudly present Miami ConnectionOriginal Motion Picture Soundtrack. Composed and Produced by Angelo Janotti and performed by Dragon Sound, the soundtrack is finally making its debut outside of the cult classic film. Written and directed by 9th degree black belt philosopher/author/inspirational speaker Supreme Grandmaster Y.K. Kim, the film tells the story of the fearless synth rock band Dragon Sound as they embark on a roundhouse wreck-wave of crime-crushing justice in the streets of Orlando, in order to achieve world peace. 

Available for the first time on any physical format due to destruction from Hurricane Charley*, Miami Connection is pressed on four colorful vinyl variants, housed in a 400gsm gatefold jacket, featuring art by Garreth Gibson.

Cassettes
1st Pressing: Neon Pink & Yellow Cassette Tape housed in a Clear & Purple Case - Limited To 150 copies
2nd Pressing: Neon Sunset Variant (Clear Cassette With Florescent Red Glitter Housed In A Neon Orange & Pink Case -Limited to 100 Copies


Side A

Escape From Miami
Friends
Against The Ninja
Tough Guys
Trainyard
I Love You
Tae Kwon Do Family

Side B
Dragon Sound: Live At Fantastic Fest
Friends   (Instrumental/Karaoke Version)
Against The NInja (Instrumental/Karaoke Version)

*Miami Connection was almost lost when Hurricane Charley destroyed the film's original assets in 2004. Drafthouse Films and Enjoy The Ride Records were able to reconstruct the audio using the best source materials available, which were of inconsistent quality. This is why certain sections of the soundtrack show more signs of wear and tear than others

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