Album artwork for In The Mood For Love by Original Soundtrack

One of the best soundtracks ever and this edition features bonus tracks and a new cover. It has been remastered at Abbey Road, plays at 45rpm and includes an all-new photo insert.

Relive the golden 60s when Chow Mo-wan (played by Tony Leung) encountered So Lai-chun (played by Maggie Cheung) and began their enticing love affair in In the Mood For Love. A selection of Chinese opera titles, mandarin classics, jazz favorites by Nat King Cole and the characters’ live-recorded scripts sonically constructed a picture of love and lust in this film, which is considered to be one of Wong Kar-wai’s best work to-date. One must not miss the haunting “Yumeji’s Theme” by Japanese composer Shigeru Umebayashi and the “Angkor Wat Themes” by Michael Galasso that has brought this film to its perfection.

Original Soundtrack

In The Mood For Love

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Album artwork for In The Mood For Love by Original Soundtrack
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£119.99

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Released 18/03/2022Catalogue Number

3528016-BLK

Original Soundtrack

In The Mood For Love

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Album artwork for Album artwork for In The Mood For Love by Original Soundtrack by In The Mood For Love - Original Soundtrack
Album artwork for In The Mood For Love by Original Soundtrack
LPx2

£119.99

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Released 18/03/2022Catalogue Number

3528016-BLK

One of the best soundtracks ever and this edition features bonus tracks and a new cover. It has been remastered at Abbey Road, plays at 45rpm and includes an all-new photo insert.

Relive the golden 60s when Chow Mo-wan (played by Tony Leung) encountered So Lai-chun (played by Maggie Cheung) and began their enticing love affair in In the Mood For Love. A selection of Chinese opera titles, mandarin classics, jazz favorites by Nat King Cole and the characters’ live-recorded scripts sonically constructed a picture of love and lust in this film, which is considered to be one of Wong Kar-wai’s best work to-date. One must not miss the haunting “Yumeji’s Theme” by Japanese composer Shigeru Umebayashi and the “Angkor Wat Themes” by Michael Galasso that has brought this film to its perfection.