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As far as I can ascertain from the booklet and press release, Dracula's Music Cabinet was made as the soundtrack to an imaginary film that The Vampires of Dartmoore (some sound library dudes in 1970s Germany) created, feeling that the soundtrack tag might get it released and out there. From listening to it I imagine the film probably would've been some sort of Hammer/Carry On hybrid, because it's ...

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Dracula's Music Cabinet by The Vampires of Dartmoore
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 11 June 2009
As far as I can ascertain from the booklet and press release, Dracula's Music Cabinet was made as the soundtrack to an imaginary film that The Vampires of Dartmoore (some sound library dudes in 1970s Germany) created, feeling that the soundtrack tag might get it released and out there. From listening to it I imagine the film probably would've been some sort of Hammer/Carry On hybrid, because it's 100% total swingin' trash in the nicest possible way. Imagine cheesy melodies, just one step up from elevator music, with orgasmic moaning laid over it ('The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sex'). Or lightly plucked, politely surfy guitar jamming with your organ-playing uncle while comedy 'boing-oing' noises punctuate like someone's just pulled Barbara Windsor's top down ('Dance of the Vampires'). It's highly entertaining but don't go expecting anything approaching musical genius!

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