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GoblinChi? ... 7-inch
AMS (Italy), 1976. Sealed (pic cover)... $6.99
7-inch, Vinyl record
(White vinyl pressing.)

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GoblinLa Via Della Droga ... CD
Cinevox (Italy), 1977. New Copy ... $16.99
Very rare material from the legendary Goblin – originally written for an Italian cop thriller in 1977, but never issued to the public until the CD generation! The music ranks with some of the group's best thriller work – with many funky rock passages, plenty of nice keyboards, and lots of fuzzy guitar – but there's also a unique quality that really makes the record stand out, too – maybe some more sensitive passages that have slight Latin touches in the rhythms, and a wider sense of style than just the group's usual jamming – a very hip sound that links this one more to the bigger Italian cop/crime of the period, than some of the other Goblin horror material! In fact, we might well say that this is one of our favorite Goblin records – and one of the funkiest too. New CD version – with more music, and a total of 26 tracks in all! CD

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Goblin/Giorgio GasliniProfondo Rosso (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Cinevox (Italy), 1975. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $32.99
One of the greatest Italian horror soundtracks ever – and the album that firmly put Goblin on the map! The sound here is virtually a blueprint for countless other film scores in years to come – a sound built out of slow basslines that step around wonderfully – allowing space for sweet keyboard riffs that fill things up with an often-jazzy sort of feel – but usually kick back into a harder, more rock-driven mode on the rhythms. There's plenty of funky bits here, mixed in with mellower, moodier numbers – and titles include "Death Dies", "Mad Puppet", "School At Night", "Profondo Rosso", "Wild Session", and "Deep Shadows". LP, Vinyl record album

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Goblin/Giorgio GasliniProfondo Rosso (40th anniversary set – 3CDs/10" LP/shirt/poster) ... LP
Cinevox (Italy), 1975. New Copy (reissue)... $43.99
A gorgeous tribute to this classic Italian horror film – one that includes the 2CD soundtrack reissue, the musical version on CD, and a 10" piece of vinyl – all in a box with a movie poster and exclusive t-shirt too! The 2CD release features one of the greatest Italian horror soundtracks ever – and the album that firmly put Goblin on the map! The sound here is virtually a blueprint for countless other film scores in years to come – a sound built out of slow basslines that step around wonderfully – allowing space for sweet keyboard riffs that fill things up with an often-jazzy sort of feel – but usually kick back into a harder, more rock-driven mode on the rhythms. There's plenty of funky bits here, mixed in with mellower, moodier numbers – and titles include "Death Dies", "Mad Puppet", "School At Night", "Profondo Rosso", "Wild Session", and "Deep Shadows". Newly expanded 2CD version features a full bonus disc of alternate takes from the film – 29 more tracks that feature film versions, jazz versions, source music, and lots lots more! Package also contains the CD for Profondo Rosso Il Musical – a stage show based on the 70s horror film of the same name, and features music by the legendary Claudio Simonetti! Some tracks have all the best tones of the 70s – long, spare lines on bass and keyboards – very spacious and very hypnotic, and filled with dark twists and turns. Others are vocal numbers with a slightly more tuneful feel – driven by the lyrics, which themselves have a slightly eerie quality – almost like a bunch of zombies risen from the dead, setting out to make their own show. The whole thing almost feels like a Simpsons parody at times – but in a good way – and titles include "Io E Te", "L'Amore E La Morte", "Sangue Sangue", "Melpomene", "Lo Specchio", "Horror Tip Tap", and "Al Grand Guignol". 10" LP features new versions of original soundtrack numbers – from Claudio Simonetti's revived version of Goblin! LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited numbered edition.)

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✨✧ GoblinLa Via Della Droga (white colored vinyl – with bonus track) (2016 Record Store Day Release) ... LP
BTF (Italy), 1977. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Very rare material from the legendary Goblin – originally written for an Italian cop thriller in 1977! The music ranks with some of the group's best thriller work – with many funky rock passages, plenty of nice keyboards, and lots of fuzzy guitar – but there's also a unique quality that really makes the record stand out, too – maybe some more sensitive passages that have slight Latin touches in the rhythms, and a wider sense of style than just the group's usual jamming – a very hip sound that links this one more to the bigger Italian cop/crime of the period, than some of the other Goblin horror material! In fact, we might well say that this is one of our favorite Goblin records – and one of the funkiest too. LP, Vinyl record album
(First time on vinyl!)

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✨✧ GoblinSuspiria/Blind Concert (purple colored vinyl) (2016 Record Store Day Release) ... 7-inch
BTF (Italy), 1977. New Copy (pic cover, reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
7-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ GoblinHorror Box (Profondo Rosso/Demoni/Opera) (3LP box with posters) ... LP
CAM (Italy), 2015. New Copy 3LP ... Out Of Stock
A triple-threat of rare horror soundtracks from Goblin – packaged here in a very limited collection! First up is Profondo Rosso – one of the greatest Italian horror soundtracks ever – and the album that firmly put Goblin on the map! The sound is virtually a blueprint for countless other film scores in years to come – a sound built out of slow basslines that step around wonderfully – allowing space for sweet keyboard riffs that fill things up with an often-jazzy sort of feel – but usually kick back into a harder, more rock-driven mode on the rhythms. There's plenty of funky bits here, mixed in with mellower, moodier numbers – and titles include "Death Dies", "Mad Puppet", "School At Night", "Profondo Rosso", "Wild Session", and "Deep Shadows". Then, as a very special treat – the box also features one album apiece of music from the films Demoni and Opera – both of which we've never seen on vinyl, and which are used here along with other demo tracks and rare versions too! The whole thing's super-heavy – and comes with three bonus posters too. LP, Vinyl record album
(Hand numbered, limited edition of 666!)

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✨✧ GoblinSuspiria (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Cinevox (Italy), 1977. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
One of the wildest 70s soundtracks by the Italian horror genius group Goblin – filled with a lot of weird distorted electronics, strangely recorded percussion, and oddly-tuned guitar parts and basslines! The overall feel still has the band's electric slightly funky sound firmly in place, but the presence of strange techniques makes the soundtrack one of their most interesting records – a really compelling chapter that also links their groundbreaking style to later genius from an 80s generation of composers! Claudio Simonetti plays lots of cool keyboards – from organ to moog to mellotron, mini moog, and more – and titles include "Suspiria", "Sighs", "Witch", "Black Forest", "Blind Concert", and "Death Valzer". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Alvarius (Francesco Zampaglione/Andrea Moscianese)Tulpa – Perdizioni Mortali (with bonus CD) ... LP
Cinedelic (Italy), 2013. New Copy ... $16.99
A cool contemporary score from Italy – but one that feels like horror greats from the late 70s and early 80s! The instrumentation here is mostly in an old school electric style – keyboards and guitars that echo the music of Goblin, but at a level that's often more spare and less jamming – stretching out with this great sense of space that really builds up the tension and mood throughout – to create a really captivating record, even away from the screen. Titles include "Phurba", "Escape From Tulpa", "Lonely Nights", "Working My Ass Off", "Italian Giallo", "Lisa's Theme", and "Bloody Radio". LP, Vinyl record album
(Colored vinyl with bonus CD – limited to 333 copies!)

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LibraShock (Schock) ... LP
Cinevox (Italy), 1977. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $26.99
A weird little horror soundtrack from the mid 70s – served up as a mad melange of synth bits, keyboards, and guitar – all very much in the spirit of film work at the time by Goblin – but maybe even less rock-based overall! The tracks really open up nicely on the set – with less jamming than you might expect, and maybe a bit more experimentation with other styles – including some moments that are somewhat spare and cerebral, and which are nicely balanced by longer, more powerful tracks! Titles include "Tema Di Marco", "Transfer IV", "L'Altalena Rossa", "The Shock", and "L'Incubo". LP comes with some bonus tracks too – alternate movie versions! LP, Vinyl record album
(Multi-color vinyl!)

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Osanna/Luis BacalovMilano Calibro 9 ... CD
Fonit/Warner (Japan), 1972. New Copy ... $14.99
Heavily percussive jamming from the Italian scene of the early 70s – an album done in collaboration with Italian soundtrack composer Luis Bacalov – who handled all the arrangements and orchestrations for the record! The core approach is a harder take on modes explored by Bacalov and contemporaries in their film scores – stark, bold sounds that have a bit of jazz and a bit of groove – played here with more force than on the usual soundtrack album, and in a way that often uses heavy guitars. The style's almost like that of Goblin scores, but without the keyboards – and while there's a bit of vocals on the record, the main focus is really on the instrumentation overall. Recorded as a soundtrack, but performed as an extended rock orchestra piece – with passages that include "Preludio", "Tema", "Canzona", and assorted "Variaziones". CD
(SHM-CD pressing.)

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SospettoNon Bussare Alla Porta Del Diavolo (with CD & DVD) ... LP
Cineploit (Austria), 2013. Sealed ... $16.99
Tremendous work from Sospetto – a current group, but one who are steeped in the best traditions of 70s Italian horror films – especially the work of Goblin and some of their keyboard-heavy contemporaries! The grooves here are wonderful – with a vivid vintage feel that makes everything sound like it was lifted from some eerie b-grade film from years back – done with instrumentation that's very heavy on keyboards, plus other bits of weird sounds, odd tones, and even the occasional voice or violin part too. Titles include "Muta", "Non Bussare Alla Porta Del Diavolo", "Cariglione Di Stefania", "Fiera Delle Anime Morte", "Addio Strega", and "Citta Che Esplode". Also includes a bonus DVD – a short film made by the group! LP, Vinyl record album
(Shrinkwrap has a small tear on one corner.)

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✨✧ LibraSchock (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Cinevox (Italy), 1977. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A weird little horror soundtrack from the mid 70s – served up as a mad melange of synth bits, keyboards, and guitar – all very much in the spirit of film work at the time by Goblin – but maybe even less rock-based overall! The tracks really open up nicely on the set – with less jamming than you might expect, and maybe a bit more experimentation with other styles – including some moments that are somewhat spare and cerebral, and which are nicely balanced by longer, more powerful tracks! Titles include "Tema Di Marco", "Transfer IV", "L'Altalena Rossa", "The Shock", and "L'Incubo". New CD issue updates from the previous version – with 11 more never-issued bonus tracks, plus the 4 bonus tracks on the previous CD. 25 titles in all! CD

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✨✧ Osanna/Luis BacalovMilano Calibro 9 ... CD
Fonit/Warner (Japan), 1972. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Heavily percussive jamming from the Italian scene of the early 70s – an album done in collaboration with Italian soundtrack composer Luis Bacalov – who handled all the arrangements and orchestrations for the record! The core approach is a harder take on modes explored by Bacalov and contemporaries in their film scores – stark, bold sounds that have a bit of jazz and a bit of groove – played here with more force than on the usual soundtrack album, and in a way that often uses heavy guitars. The style's almost like that of Goblin scores, but without the keyboards – and while there's a bit of vocals on the record, the main focus is really on the instrumentation overall. Recorded as a soundtrack, but performed as an extended rock orchestra piece – with passages that include "Preludio", "Tema", "Canzona", and assorted "Variaziones". CD
(SHM-CD pressing, includes obi.)
Also available Milano Calibro 9 ... CD 14.99

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✨✧ Ennio MorriconeChi L'Ha Vista Morire? ... CD
Digitmovies (Italy), 1972. Used ... Out Of Stock
Master Morricone in giallo mode – a lost early 70s genre effort from one of the greatest composers of all time! Chi L'Ha Vista Morire deals with a child murderer, and Morricone amps up the chill factor by working heavily with oddly bright-sounding choral arrangements – with instrumentation done in a more modern mode than some of his other work. He utilizes chimes, drums, electric guitars and keyboards – probably influencing Goblin and freakier film music to come! Tracks include "Chi L'Ha Vista Morire", "La Bela Riposava", "Il Girotondo Delle Note", "La Mia Mama", "Il Gioco Delle Vocali", "Dindon Campanon", "El Primo Baso", "Canto Della Campana Stonata", and "Solo Grida". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ SospettoNon Bussare Alla Porta Del Diavolo (with CD & DVD) ... LP
Cineploit (Austria), 2013. New Copy LP/CD/DVD ... Out Of Stock
Tremendous work from Sospetto – a current group, but one who are steeped in the best traditions of 70s Italian horror films – especially the work of Goblin and some of their keyboard-heavy contemporaries! The grooves here are wonderful – with a vivid vintage feel that makes everything sound like it was lifted from some eerie b-grade film from years back – done with instrumentation that's very heavy on keyboards, plus other bits of weird sounds, odd tones, and even the occasional voice or violin part too. Titles include "Muta", "Non Bussare Alla Porta Del Diavolo", "Cariglione Di Stefania", "Fiera Delle Anime Morte", "Addio Strega", and "Citta Che Esplode". Also includes a bonus DVD – a short film made by the group! LP, Vinyl record album
(Please note that the DVD is PAL coded.)
Also available Non Bussare Alla Porta Del Diavolo (with CD & DVD) ... LP 16.99

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✨✧ ZoltanSixty Minute Zoom ... CD
Cineploit (Austria), 2014. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Really great work from Zoltan – easily one of the best groups to work in the retro soundtrack underground – always with a sound that really gets things right! This album's got a feel that's every bit as rich as it's striking cover image – a spooky, eerie approach to the music that makes everything feel slightly off and unsettling – the way that the best Italian horror scores can do, especially those gems from the time when electric guitar and keyboards were making big inroads! These guys share a bit of Goblin's aesthetic, but definitely have their own vibe – one that's much more cinematic, despite the fact that the record isn't truly a soundtrack at all. Maybe the best from Zoltan so far – with titles that include "The Ossuary", "Table Of Hours", "Antonious Block", and the extended suite "The Integral". CD

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✨✧ ZoltanSixty Minute Zoom (with bonus CD) ... LP
Cineploit (Austria), 2014. New Copy Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Really great work from Zoltan – easily one of the best groups to work in the retro soundtrack underground – always with a sound that really gets things right! This album's got a feel that's every bit as rich as it's striking cover image – a spooky, eerie approach to the music that makes everything feel slightly off and unsettling – the way that the best Italian horror scores can do, especially those gems from the time when electric guitar and keyboards were making big inroads! These guys share a bit of Goblin's aesthetic, but definitely have their own vibe – one that's much more cinematic, despite the fact that the record isn't truly a soundtrack at all. Maybe the best from Zoltan so far – with titles that include "The Ossuary", "Table Of Hours", "Antonious Block", and the extended suite "The Integral". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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✨✧ Masayoshi TakanakaRainbow Goblins ... LP
Kitty/Polydor (Japan), 1981. Used 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Smooth jazzy Japanese fusion, recorded as a soundtrack to the famous children's book of the same name, but with a feel that's a lot more just like some of the Japanese fusion coming out at the time – tight solos, funky rhythm, and a slick studio sound. Guitarist Masayoshi Takanaka wrote and arranged all of the material, and the record includes additional sax, percussion, and keyboard parts. There's some narration on the record of the story, but most of the album is instrumental, and the vocal parts only go on for a very short time. LP, Vinyl record album
(German pressing.)
 
 
 



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