DEEP THROAT

Deep Throat I & II O.S.T.

LITA 010
Release Notes
  • Notes by Ron Jeremy
  • First Official Reissue

With the release of Deep Throat: Part I, 1972 marked the year America’s right and left ate popcorn and dug porn without shame. Deep Throat’s rumored mob ties, the infamous Linda Lovelace, and a $600 million gross would change the world forever.

And the music? This is easy-listening porno funk. Originally released as a cinema-only souvenir, this ultra-rare soundtrack stands as one of America’s cultural turning points, finally restored in all its glory.

Both legendary soundtracks are packaged and available on 1-single CD. And of course, gatefold 180g vinyl LPs with photos, new notes, a fold-out movie poster, and a few other surprises. Plus, liner notes by Ron Jeremy.

NOTE:

In the early 1970’s, the U.S. government seized all film reels and master tapes for Deep Throat: Part I. Therefore all musicians and writers are unknown. In early 2004, a number of long-lost reels were discovered, giving fans a deeper glimpse into the legend of Deep Throat. After a detailed restoration by John Golden Mastering, sonic imperfections still do apply, but definite aural improvements have been made, including the conversion from mono to stereo and a considerable decrease in hiss and distortion.