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Porno Holocaust

CD (Item 612572) Beat (Italy), 1980 — Condition: New Copy
$16.99 ...

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(€12.28 || £10.06 || ¥1735) (approx.)
4.70 12

Ouch – what a cover! The image is so graphic, it makes the grooves on the record sound tame by comparison! Yet given that the soundtrack's done by Nico Fidenco – well-known for his sexy work of the 70s – there's plenty of great stuff going on here – a mix of Italian and horror modes – all quite fitting, given that the film features a horny zombie! Keyboards are great – and sometimes have these cool moogy touches that glide along nicely – slow-stepping in that slinky, sexy, Euro erotic way that you'd expect from Fidenco. Other modes are slightly spookier, yet usually with an undercurrent of whimsy – to keep in line with the tongue-in-cheek plotline – and the CD reissue features 18 tracks from the film, all remastered nicely! (Limited to 500 copies.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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