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Goblin
Tenebre

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 »

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. ...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 »

Cincinnato
Cincinnato

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 »

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 »

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