Could you imagine a band who specializes in horror-film scores named the Cherry Five? Neither could Italian prog-rock band the Cherry Five, so they gave themselves the much-more-suitable name Goblin after Dario Argento asked them to write and record music for his 1975 film Profondo Rosso (a.k.a. Deep Red). The rest is both prog-rock and horror-film history, as Goblin went on to apply their heavy guitars, pounding drums and eerie electronics and effects to soundtrack after hit soundtrack. This 6-CD import brings you all the most famous Goblin horror soundtracks as well as their non-film-related albums and rare non-LP singles. First, the soundtracks: Profondo Rosso, Suspiria, Tenebre and George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead (a.k.a. Zombi). Next: the complete LPs Roller (1976) and their 1978 psychedelic concept album Il Fantastico Viaggio Del Bagarozzo Mark. The single sides Chi? and Yell and a heap of alternate versions and takes round out the ultimate Goblin "best-of"! Bella Casa.
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