Way way more than just a soundtrack – and in fact, the music on this set wasn't even issued on the original soundtrack LP! The main score for the film featured some scary rock-funk work by Goblin
– but in addition to that music, director Dario Argento also used dozens of tracks from the De Wolfe Sound Library series of recordings – never officially giving them full credit in the movie! The expert compilers at Trunk have done a major job of excavation here – working with De Wolfe and copies of the film, in order to bring together 14 "lost" tunes that some folks remember as the best music in the movie, but which is only being made available now for the first time! The range of grooves is really great – and includes numbers that are spooky, electronic, funky, and just plain silly. The titles are a bit obscure, as are the artists, named in usual sound library style – but titles include "Desert De Glace" by P Arvay, "Sun High" by S Park, "Dramaturgy" by P Lemel, "Cosmogony (part 1)" by P Lemel, "The Gonk" by H Chappell, "Sinestre" by E Towren, "Cause I'm A Man" by P Reno, "Mask Of Death" by J Trombey, "Scarey 1" by D Scott, and "Mall Montage Scene" by R Tilsley, B Stoller, and H Chappell.