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While not technically a proper Goblin release this is by far my favourite Argento collaboration. Gone are the somewhat tasteless prog freak outs that Goblin usually produce in conjunction with Argento's movies. Here they instead serve up a heady mix of synth, disco and rock (with a small slice of proggy arrangements ...view item »


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. ...view item »


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 wit...view item »


For the Luigi Cozzi sci/fi-horror flick Contamination, Goblin composed a very atmospheric soundtrack. It's a fine score with "Connexion" and "Withy" being standout tracks. The bonus tracks (especially the Contamination two part suites) are pretty nifty, too. One caveat is that four tracks from the Buio Omega record (Bikini Island, Pillage, Rush,...view item »


When the Goblin reissues turned up yesterday I proceeded to force the office to listen to Goblin for a good portion of the afternoon, long enough in fact for Phil to declare that he never wanted to listen to Goblin again. I didn’t realise people got sick of Goblin. Fast forward to today and I’ve got Gobli...view item »

Piero Piccioni
Bora Bora

Bora Bora is an early (1968) example of the erotically-tinged excotica film genre, and as is typical for these kinds of films during this kind of era, the soundtrack is a remarkable creature in its own right. Piero Piccioni’s score dances around in a technicolour fantasy of what Polynesian islands could be like if...view item »

Ennio Morricone
Il diavolo nel cervello

Sergio Sollima’s 1971 film Il Diavolo nel Cervello (in English, ‘Devil In The Brain’, nicely melodramatic) is a tense psychological thriller, and it was of course maestro Ennio Morricone who got the chance to soundtrack the work. He keeps things breezy for the most part, but the minor ...view item »

Ennio Morricone
4 mosche di velluto grigio

A sort of lost relic, Dario Argento's 4 Flies on Grey Velvet (translated for us English philistines) never saw much of an official release, and is only now being released for our viewing pleasure. Meanwhile, the music came from our standard soundtracker of choice: Ennio Morricone, who here thought rock 'n...view item »

Ennio Morricone
Il Gatto a Nove Code

"Il gatto a nove code" (The cat o 'nine tails), filmed in 1971, is the second film by Dario Argento, a horror thriller still distant from his horror works for which he will later become famous on an international level. The collaboration with the composer and conductor Ennio Morricone, already known for his work on Sergio Leone’s western m...view item »

Riz Ortolani
Non Si Sevizia Un Paperino

Non si sevizia un paperino is the name of the film soundtracked here: worryingly, that translates to ‘Don’t torture a duckling’... But Riz Ortolani is a beautiful sweeping symphonic thing scored for grand orchestra: thoroughly cinematic. This is the first ti...view item »

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....view item »

La Via Della Droga

Although the group Goblin is primarily known for their horror soundtracks (particularly Dario Argento's), most people overlook the fact that they have composed scores for other genres, from spy flicks (Notturno) to romantic fare (Amo Non Amo) and are overall very versatile musicians. La Via Della Droga's a crime drama and deals in the underworld...view item »

Ennio Morricone

From the 1969 film Queimada directed by Gillo Pontecorvo this classic Ennio Morricone soundtrack utilises a simple instrument palette to stirring effect. Conducted by Bruno Nicolai it’s a rousingly orchestrated collection full of dramatic progressions to bring tension and release to the picture. Out on limited cle...view item »

Ennio Morricone
Indagine Su Un Cittadino Al Di Sopra Di Ogni Sospetto

Indagine Su Un Cittadino Al Di Sopra Di Ogni Sospetto is a 1970 film that translates to ‘Investigation Of A Citizen Above Suspicion’, a premise that Ennio Morricone carries out to the letter with his soundtrack. The melodies creep around like a careful detective, pulling the audience into the tension. Gold a...view item »

Ennio Morricone
Metti, Una Sera A Cena

The maestro Ennio Morricone takes a laid-back approach in his soundtrack to Metti, Una Sera A Cena, matching the film’s eroticism with bossa nova and lounge stylings. You can really feel the celluloid of late 60’s Italy brushing against you when you listen to this. The vinyl is beautiful: blue, white, green ...view item »

Ennio Morricone
Il mio nome è Nessuno (My name Is Nobody)

This Record Store Day release is a re-release of the soundtrack from the Spaghetti Western film Il mio nome è Nessuno (My Name Is Nobody) - starring Mario Girotti and Henry Fonda. Ennio Morricone provides the quirkiest most melodic western music I've heard. Its for a western/comedy starring Henry Fonda. Synthesisers, female vocals, trumpe...view item »

Ennio Morricone
Gli Intoccabili – The Untouchables

Ennio Morricone, he of the thousand film scores… (I exaggerate, but he has literally scored more than 500 films). Lots of reissues of his works around at the moment, and AMS Records have a nice gatefold version of The Untouchables. Some instantly memorable themes and some smooth background vibes....view item »

Keith Emerson / Goblin
La Chiesa – 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 chu...view item »

Ennio Morricone
The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

A truly classic slice of Ennio Morricone soundtrack action: are you actually trying to tell me that you don’t know the central motif? Guitars and harmonicas lead the charge, backed up by the orchestra. The one that defines all of Western movie culture? This is the whole original soundtrack reissued on 180g vinyl, thanks to...view item »

Ennio Morricone
L'uccello dalle piume di cristallo

Ennio Morricone’s utterly bizarre and terrifying soundtrack to Dario Argento’s landmark giallo debut. Arguably, this record did more to define those gory and stylish Italian procedurals than Argento himself. All the weird prog and classical touches are great, but it’s the whispering children’s choir on th...view item »

Il fantastico viaggio del Bagarozzo Mark

Released around the same time as their taut and menacing Dawn of the Dead soundtrack, and just after the relentless and demonic Suspiria soundtrack, this album is a cheery throwback to their more proggy days - a goofy, funky little brother. One problem I have is my inability to understand the lyrics (which have been described alternately as a &l...view item »

Luis Bacalov

Django is just the kind of spaghetti western stuff you’d hope for after seeing the cover. Django was in fact an influential and mysterious classic, and Luis Bacalov’s soundtrack is presented here on double vinyl, alongside new artwork, liner notes, a poster, and vintage flyers. If you are even sligh...view item »


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....view item »

Ennio Morricone
For a Few Dollars More

Totally classic soundtrack from the master Ennio Morricone. That spaghetti-western sound is as familiar as it is as a direct consequence of this man’s work, and For A Few Dollars More is a particularly outstanding example from his 500+ soundtrack body of work (yes really). Reissued LP with a miniature poster beari...view item »

Goblin / Simonetti / Pignatelli

Goblin's Claudio Simonetti and Fabio Pignatelli's contributions to the score for giallo maestro Dario Argento's 1985 film 'Phenomena' are here made available without the Motorhead, Iron Maiden, Bill Wyman and Andi Sex Gang tracks which completed the original soundtrack. Inner notes by Fabio Capuzzo, who wrote the Goblin encylopedia, plus ne...view item »


There is a definite prog-rock/krautrock experimentation to the band, but the tinges of jazz influence are everywhere, and the new tracks ("Tramanto d'Ottobre 2006," which updates one of the original tracks, and "Tangasco") are basically pure jazz. The centrepiece is "L'ebete," a 21-minute mega-jam which transforms continually and shows off the b...view item »

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....view item »

Ennio Morricone
Il Buono, Il Brutto e Il Cattivo (The Good, The Bad and The Ugly)

Ennio Morricone, he of the thousand film scores… (I exaggerate, but he has literally scored more than 500 films). Lots of reissues of his works around at the moment, and this one certainly won’t need any introduction. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly contains probably the most well known of all Morric...view item »

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 ...view item »

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....view item »