At Death Waltz Recording Company we’re proud to feature the music of some of the weirdest and most insane movies around, and few come crazier than Marino Girolami’s ZOMBI HOLOCAUST. Melding both Lucio Fulci’s ZOMBI 2 and Ruggero Deodato’s CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST (hence the title), Girolami’s film pits an army of flesh-eating cannibals against members of the undead, with a group of nosy Americans caught in-between, to be feasted and experimented upon. Scoring this truly depraved opus is famed Italian composer Nico Fidenco, who finds the perfect balance between jazz-funk, oppressive electronics, and soft-core vocals, to give ZOMBI HOLOCAUST the soundtrack it needs.
Fidenco goes everywhere and anywhere for this score, with thumping bass that wouldn’t sound out of place at a rave and the best jazz-flute this side of Jethro Tull. Synthesizer lines drift through the score like a fog, ranging from melodic new wave to dissonant and foreboding, while haunting female vocals inject the music with a pseudo-porno feel. And of course, there’s the traditional tribal percussion, as well as a healthy dose of church organ – Fidenco isn’t afraid of going into uncharted territory, and this truly unique and absolutely mental example of a zombie/cannibal film score is the result.
Mondo webstore exclusive – Deluxe Gatefold Version limited to 500 copies (Standard retail version is a single pocket jacket)
180gm double vinyl housed inside a 425gsm jacket with booklet. The definitive version of this Italian splatter classic spread over 2 LPs and including 13 previously unheard cues.
Original cover art by Corlen Kruger,
Sleeve notes by star Ian McCulloch, Stephen Thrower & Fabio Bambini.
Disc 1 – Red & Blue swirl with Green , Grey and Clear splatter
Disc 2 – Green & Blue swirl with Red, Brown & Clear splatter.