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Suspiria (Colonna sonora originale del film)

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For his classic 1977 slasher film, Suspiria, Dario Argento worked closely with Goblin, an Italian prog-rock band, and together they broke new ground in the field of cinematic horror sounds. On the storming riffs of “Markos”, the music is both precise and unhinged. Moog expulsions recur throughout, as the cacophonous riffs of “Black Forest” collapse into an oozing, lurching funk groove. The title theme is immortal: tabla, bouzouki and celesta converge in a cyclical, rotating motif that sounds like a demonic ritual.


Formed: 1972

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '00s, '10s

The fact that Goblin was an Italian progressive rock band already makes them somewhat unique, but they also pursued an intriguingly unorthodox career path, recording the majority of their music for horror film soundtracks, many with director Dario Argento. Internationally, they're probably best known for their work on the Night of the Living Dead sequel Dawn of the Dead (where they were credited as the Goblins), though their work on Profondo Rosso (aka Deep Red) and Suspiria is generally more acclaimed....
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