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Claudio Simonetti, Fabio Pignatelli & Massimo Morante
Tenebre (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Tenebre is one of the many Dario Argento masterpieces in the Italian film directors cannon. His films were usually set to the music of Italian prog band Goblin but they had disbanded by 1982 when this film was made. He did, however, convince Claudio Simonetti, Fabio Pignatelli & Massimo Morante, formerly of the band, to record the score - a mindblowing disco-prog workout.
  • Vinyl LP (DW159)
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  • Coloured vinyl
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Keith Emerson & Goblin
The Church

In which the fairly proggy Italian group Goblin team up with the extremely proggy Keith Emerson to soundtrack a Dario Argento horror flick. Dating from 1989, Emerson takes the film’s title La Chiesa (The Church) literally, by sticking mostly to a huge-sounding church organ. 
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Goblin
Tenebrae

The cinephiles at Waxwork hop on the Goblin reissue train. This soundtrack to Dario Argento’s 1982 Giallo classic Tenebrae was composed by three core members of the group (Claudio Simonetti, Fabio Pignatelli, and Massimo Morante). It’s a fun mix of ghoulish Italo disco, campy horror atmospherics ala John Carpenter and tense post-punk-funk.

Goblin
Phenomena

Waxwork Records love a bit of Goblin. Their latest reissue drawn from the archives of the legendary Italian film-score band features some of their most beloved work - the music for 1985’s Phenomena. Goblin head-honchos Claudio Simonetti and Fabio Pignatelli pulled out all the stops for this one. Across this expansive record we get John Carpenter-esque machine music, blissful ambiences, library funk, lush synth-pop and everything in-between. This release is the first time that Simonetti and Pignatelli's Phenomena score has been presented in full on one record, and if that's not enough it also includes a load of bonus material. Nice!
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Goblin
Profondo Rosso (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Having unsuccessfully reached out to composer Giorgio Gaslini and prog-rock stars Pink Floyd, filmmaker Dario Argento found Goblin to make the score for his 1975 film Deep Red (or Profondo Rosso in Italian). This beautiful 2xLP re-issue comes a gatefold cover with spot metallic ink, and is limited to 500 copies.

Orchestra Di Enrico Simonetti
Blue Frog…and Others

If the doubtless bulging ‘Instrumental-Orchestral Funk’ section of your shelf still lacks this never-before-reissued 1975 suite, it’s time to make space, ‘cause here it is repressed at last. Distinguished Italian composer Enrico Simonetti (father of also-distinguished composer and Goblin prog-rocker Claudio) led these inventive, melodic and funky invocations of animal sounds including the titular amphibian… and others.
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  • Goblin

Goblin
Dawn of the Dead - Live in Helsinki 2017

Here's a recording of the time Italian progressive legends Goblin performed their much loved Dawn of the Dead soundtrack before a live studio audience in Helsinki in May 2017. This is a one time pressing of 1000 copies on a couple of different colours. Sure to be a future collectors item for fans of these soundtrack legends. 

Claudio Simonetti's Goblin
Dawn Of The Dead

Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin is a resurrection of Goblin by founding member Simonetti who composed many soundtracks to cult horror films including Deep Red, Suspiria, and George A. Romero’s Dawn Of The Dead. Here is a 40 year anniversary re-release, with the full score as well as live versions and remixes/covers from Autogeddon, kETvECTOR, and Daemonia. Limited LP or CD on Rustblade.

Goblin
Squadro Antigangsters

Yet another reissue of the Roman hucksters Goblin here (they who did the soundtrack for the original Dawn Of The Dead film). This one is of some music  they came up with for a 1979 flick entitled Squadra Antigangsters - which, if the press release is to be believed, is kind of like an Italian version of The Naked Gun. The score is a predictably wacky affair, with several American musical styles - Country & Western, rockabilly - screwballed through a foreign lens.
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  • Goblin
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  • BTF

Goblin
Seven Notes In Red

A book about Goblin the cult band who revolutionised the concept of music in film. This goes through their history, year by year, track by track telling the story of all their incarnations and full of anecdotes. Utterly essential for fans of Goblin and those with an interest in film soundtracks. Available in paperback or hardback. 
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Goblin
Suspiria - 40th Anniversary Edition

In the mythology of classic horror movie soundtracks, few match the mystical wonder of Goblin’s undisputed masterpiece. There have been plenty of opportunities to reacquaint yourself with Suspiria over the years, but this special 40th anniversary edition is for the die-hard (and deep pocketed) fans. As well as the full vinyl edition of the original album there’s a 10” of previously unheard material from the strongest era of the Italian maestros, plus the CD version and bonus reading and viewing material thrown in for good measure.
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  • Goblin

Goblin
Notturno

The Notturno soundtrack has been released and re-released time and time again, but this time it's been re-re-re-released but on a limited clear, acid green vinyl and it includes a poster to help fill that Notturno shaped gap on you wall. Ten tracks - three of which are basically exactly the same - available to you on AMS Records. 

Goblin
The Awakening

Oh right, another Goblin reissue is it. What have we got this time? Well, The Awakening is a particularly gluttonous spread from the kings of Italian movie music. Four of the band’s best film scores are included - Dawn Of The Dead, Tenebre, Suspiria and Profondo Rosso - as well as two Goblin LPs (Roller and Il Fantastico Viaggio del Bagarozzo Mark), some non-album singles and various rarities. That’s some excavation job Bella Casa have done.

Goblin
Buio Omega

Vintage Goblin from 1979, doing what they do best: providing a soundtrack to a gory Italian giallo horror film. Lots of proggy drama and synth sleaze to be enjoyed on the Buio Omega soundtrack, which is presented here in a full edition, with unreleased takes and cues from the archives included. Reissued by Death Waltz.

Composed By Stelvio Cipriani & Performed By Goblin
The Bloodstained Shadow

This soundtrack to the Giallo movie The Bloodstained Shadow was recorded by Goblin, the band that may as well have been the in-house band for the scene. Performing Stelvio Cipriani’s compositions, this style-hopping collection has been lost for years, but is now pressed to vinyl for the first time ever! 180g wax on Death Waltz.
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  • Goblin

Goblin
Suspiria / Blind Concert

Organ prog pioneer-pranksters Goblin charge you a measly £17 for their latest RSD 7", a poster-enhanced edition of "Suspiria" held up by b-side "Blind Concert". These tracks were dragged off the 'La Villa Della Droga' OST and have never before existed on vinyl. After forty years in the wilderness you can now have them on wax.

Goblin
Four Of A Kind

I think Goblin are one of those bands torn over the rights to the name, with several variations touring about… But nevermind that, here is some music presented as Goblin, and sounding quite a lot like Goblin should sound. Four Of A Kind has the ornate proggy feel in place, compositions creeping around sinisterly before erupting.

Goblin
Chi?

Seven minutes of ghostly, funk-inflected prog from the one and only Italian kings of the soundtrack, Goblin. Split evenly across the two sides of vinyl, Chi? is the theme song to the 1970's TV show of the same name. Reissued for the very first time on limited vinyl 7” all the way from AMS Records.

Goblin
Beyond The Darkness 1977-2001

Calling Goblin a prog rock band would be entirely misleading, considering their dedication to making instrumental music that pulled jazz, European folk and piercingly loud organ Baroque into its orbit. Goblin were, if anything, the perfect soundtrack band, using their symphonic soundscaping to score tonnes of films, including the ten that 'Beyond The Darkness 1977-2001' shows off. After years broken up, they even reunited to score the film 'Non Ho Sonno', because this was clearly the biggest crisis modern cinema had ever faced. Listen to 'Beyond The Darkness' and be creeped out to your heart's content.

Goblin
Profondo Rosso / Death Dies

Exclusive RSD 7" cut of yet another astonishing piece of feverish prog rock from the giallo horror soundtrack masters. Apparently Dario Argento wanted to book Pink Floyd to write the score but had to settle for Italian progsters Goblin- luckily for us! Two tracks that go from haunting melodies to delirious bombast and furiously angular funk.

Goblin
Amo non amo

Amo non amo is an Italian film from 1979 to do with love or something. What we’re interested in here is the soundtrack which was composed by those Italian prog rockers Goblin, famous of course for their soundtrack to Dario Argento’s Profondo rosso. The sound is more relaxed here with some shades of funk and lounge thrown into the classic Goblin sound. The B side of this LP has alternate mixes and unused original tracks. Record sleeve is a new design especially for this release and the liner notes are written by Goblin experts, Fabio Capuzzo and Roberto Attanasio.

Goblin
Live In Roma

Epic Italian prog rock from Goblin, or more rightly, New Goblin. Recorded at a live show. With historical members Claudio Simonetti on keyboards, Massimo Morante on guitars and Maurizio Guarini also on keyboards - joined by Bruno Previtali and Titta Tani from Daemonia. Double coloured LP - limited edition vinyl.

Goblin
Zombi

From the more hardcore cut of George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead by Dario Argento come the startling soundtrack by Goblin. Titled Zombi, the film is more explicit than the original without the library music favoured by Romero, changed for a more thrilling and menacing feel to the re-cut film. Reissue on 180g vinyl on AMS with a poster and movie postcards.
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  • Goblin
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Goblin
Suspiria

Handy. Now that Thom Yorke has composed the soundtrack for the original, we are thinking you may want to hear Goblin's original. Well here it is, the soundtrack once touted as Goblin's scariest which is full put pounding thwacking and howling. Far too scary to listen to at home with the lights out. Director Dario Argento liked it so much he changed some of the script to fit the pre-written music.    
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  • Goblin
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