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Album Review

The Italian progressive rock group acclaimed for soundtracking created this concept album as a return to their prog rock roots. The CD features an MPEG video of the group performing a live version of a track from the film Non Ho Sonno in the legendary Cinevox studio in Rome followed by a rare video interview with the group. For fans of European progressive rock and soundtracks alike, this is well-worth your time.

Customer Reviews

Best italian rock from the 70's

Along with "Roller" the best concept albums of Goblin. Also you should hear the "soundtracks" which are amazing. Outstanding musicianship and quality for the technology (NO computers) of the time.


it's great!

Spectacular and Hypnotic

I can’t help but fall into a trance when ever I hear this soundtrack, including the songs e souno rock and opera magnifica So beautiful and magical. I am starting to love this italian group. 5 stars isn’t enough; 100,000 stars is my rating.


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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