Seedy synth soundtrack genius from the early 80s! Turkey Shoot is a pretty notorious slice of early 80s Oz
-sploitation cinema – and composer Brian May makes it all the more memorable with his soundtrack work here. It got some brief percussion and strings-heavy bits, but it's main style is eerie, brooding analog synth sounds by May – who is probably best known for his soundtracks to the first two Mad Max movies – and works quite nicely here in style that reminds us a bit of John Carpenter in the late 70s and early 80s. Includes "Turkey Shoot Theme", "Suitable Targets", "Nightfall", "Tractor Pursuit", "Cut Him Down To Size", "Hot & Ready", "Swamp Escape/
Beach Fight", "Don't Worry My Dear, He Has Already Eaten", "Crossbow Standoff", "Shrunken Heads", "All Deviants Report To Centre Compound" and more.
(Wonderful heavy vinyl and cover!)