A double set of macabre soundtracks to Paul Morrissey's 70s eroticism laced odes to classic lit and movie monsters – Il Mostro E In Tavola Barone Frankenstein, aka Flesh For Frankenstein, and Dracula Cerca Sangue Di Vergine E Morti De Sete, aka Blood For Dracula and Andy Warhol's Dracula – in a great 2CD set! Both films were shot in Italy with star Udo Kier and many of the same actors, and both are quite beautiful! Il Mostro E In Tavola Barone Frankenstein is surprisingly delicate, with lots of piano and elegant strings, leading up to tenser and more dramatic passages. "Frankenstein's Theme", "Dinner AT The Castle", "Love And Death", "End Of A Myth", "Death Of The Baron" and many more. 20 bonus tracks (!!!) made up of additional, unused music. Dracula Cerca Sangue Di Vergine E Morti De Sete is a similar piece of work, but more richly string-laden, and ultimately just as strong – with some old fashioned European dance-styled songs. Includes "Old Age Of Dracula", "On Journey Again", "The Last Victim", "More Blood", "Nostalgia", "In The Cellars Of The Castle" and more, including 13 bonus tracks.