The Fantastic Voyage Of Goblin - Goblin

The Fantastic Voyage Of Goblin
An outstanding progressive rock group in their own right, Goblin's name is synonymous with the cinema of Dario Argento, the director of stylised Italian horror. For him they composed such celebrated scores as ‘Profondo Rosso', that starred David Hemmings and which provided the group with a domestic number one hit and the hallucinatory ‘Suspiria', which recalls early Can and the free-form improvisations of Amon Duul II and Popul Vuh.

Goblin's music is astoundingly effective both as rock and in the context of the films and is internationally celebrated as such. Like David Axelrod, Goblin have been widely sampled and are held in great esteem by the Chemical Brothers and those of that generation.

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Profondo Rosso (1975) - Mad Puppet's Laughs / Profondo Rosso / School At Night (Lullaby-Music Box) / Death Dies
Roller (1976) - Dr Frankenstein
Suspiria (1977) - Suspiria / Witch / Sighs
Il Fantastico Viaggio Del Bagarozzo Mark (1978) - Le Cascade Di Viridiana
Zombi / Dawn Of The Dead (1978) - Safari / L'alba Dei Morti Viventi
Patrick (1979) - Snip-Snap
Squadra Antigangsters (1979) - Sicilian Samba
Contamination (1980) - Connexion
Tenebre (1982) - Flashing (Film Version) / Gemini
Phenomena (1984) - Jennifer's Friends
La Chiesa (1989) - La Chiesa
Buio Omega (1997) - Quiet Drops
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