Paura (A Collection of Italian Horror Sounds from the Cam Sugar Archives) 2XLP Red & Black Splatter Vinyl
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Red & Black splatter vinyl (Mondo US exclusive) limited to 500.
|Artist||Eric Adrian Lee|
|Vinyl weight||180 Gram|
PAURA is a new collection of previously unreleased rare Italian horror soundtracks remastered from the CAM Sugar archives. The spine-tingling compilation, which features 11 previously unreleased tracks, explores the many different faces of Italian horror cinema and their soundtracks, spanning the esoteric and supernatural features of the 1970s to the slasher and splatter films of the 1980s.
PAURA includes some of the most creative and terrifying compositions ever written for Italian horror films and features well-known composers, including Ennio Morricone, Riz Ortolani and Stelvio Cipriani, as well as long-forgotten personalities who represented the backbone of Italian cinema including as Daniele Patucchi, Marcello Giombini and Berto Pisano. The exceptional guests include Edda Dell’Orso, vocalist of Ennio Morricone, and Goblin, the prog rock band renowned for their collaboration with Dario Argento. PAURA features an eclectic menu of Italian horror delights including enigmatic vocals, childlike lullabies, romantic melodies, obsessive rhythms, haunting percussion, and threatening synthesizers, creating a hypnotic, sonic journey into a labyrinth of fear.
Between the late 1950s and the mid-1980s Italian horror, one of the most iconic and globally-acclaimed genres in the history of cinema, fascinated the world long before becoming the main competitor of American cinema. Their soundtracks, like the films themselves, have been collected and venerated over the years by a cult fandom across the globe. Their appeal is a result of their often artisanal approach, underground attitude, and groundbreaking musical and cinematic innovations.