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Goblin - OST Suspiria
Goblin
OST Suspiria
LP | 1977 | EU | Reissue (AMS)
20,99 €*
Release:1977 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie, Soundtracks
Probably the most scary soundtrack Goblin has ever written (don't listen to it when the lights are down!); it seems that the score was composed before the film was ready, so that director Dario Argento had to make some changes to the movie script, in order to have the music perfectly suited!

This legendary soundtrack combines elements of music and sound scary effects going far beyond traditional background scoring, becoming an integral part of the film. As critics say nowadays, SUSPIRIA music "is so perfectly integrated into the film, fares less well as a stand-alone item. All that pounding, howling, thumbing, and wheezing is enough to send chills down your spine even without the movie images (it is the perfect imaginary soundtrack), but not all of it could be called a pleasant listening experience (unless your idea of pleasant is having your nerves set on edge)".

180gr. high quality black vinyl edition.
Ennio Morricone - OST A Fistful Of Dollars Clear Vinyl Edition
Ennio Morricone
OST A Fistful Of Dollars Clear Vinyl Edition
10" | 2020 | EU | Original (AMS)
25,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Year 1964. Almost out of nowhere, the little-known and regarded director Sergio Leone transposes into a western key a film by Akira Kurosawa, and by putting together all the right pieces, adding a bit of intuition, lays down new rules for the 'spaghetti western' genre, giving way to an endless series of imitations.

"A Fistful of Dollars" would not have the same impact without the inimitable music written by Ennio Morricone, who had curiously been an old elementary school Leone’s classmate. The main soundtrack themes were chosen from two arrangements that Morricone had already drafted two years earlier; once removed the lyrics and added the unmistakable whistle of Alessandro Alessandroni, the spaghetti-sound was finally complete!

The film was an incredible success, and projected Leone, Morricone, and in particular the actor Clint Eastwood into the Olympus of the Great. The soundtrack was released for the first time the following year (1965), along with the one of Sergio Leone's subsequent work "For a Few Dollars More".

This new edition sees the original seven tracks of the score in a completely new layout. The format is a 10" 45rpm LP, with a 26x26cm miniposter attached. Clear vinyl edition.
Ennio Morricone - OST L'uccello Dalle Piume Di Crisallo Clear Orange Vinyl Edition
Ennio Morricone
OST L'uccello Dalle Piume Di Crisallo Clear Orange Vinyl Edition
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (AMS)
21,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Soundtracks
Dario Argento’s ‘opera prima’ ‘L’uccello dalle piume di cristallo’ was premiered in 1970 and marked an historical and revolutionary debut, being a truly original and innovative thriller. The stylistic choices of Argento mark a clear step forward from the thrillers of that era and even the soundtrack was something utterly special.

Argento assigned the score to Ennio Morricone, composer of the soundtracks for ‘Comandamenti per un gangster’, ‘C’era una volta il west’, ‘Metti, una sera a cena’ ‘Un esercito di 5 uomini’ and ‘La stagione dei sensi’, which Argento had already written the screenplay of. For this movie the maestro adopted a particular style that draws heavily on contemporary music and on the studies of his Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza. With ‘L’uccello dalle piume di cristallo’ Morricone develops this approach and defines a 'formula': he alternates traditional songs, built around an easy and immediate melody used as a leitmotiv, with avant-garde and abstract tracks that amplify the state of uneasiness and fear of the viewers of tension and violence sequences.

Cinevox released this soundtrack on an LP with 10 tracks in the spring of 1971 when ‘Il gatto a nove code’ was already a big hit in the Italian cinemas. The record was originally issued in mono, with different tracks from the Stereo US version. This is the first vinyl reissue featuring the original score in Stereo, enclosed in a brand new artwork made by Adventprod studios!

Clear orange vinyl edition.
Dedalus - Dedalus
Goblin - OST Phenomena Black Vinyl Edition
Goblin
OST Phenomena Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 1985 | EU | Reissue (AMS)
21,99 €*
Release:1985 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Soundtracks
"Phenomena", a film by Dario Argento from 1985, is today an international cult classic of horror cinema, born once again from the Italian director’s incredible imagination. The original soundtrack was a mix of songs from the duo Simonetti-Pignatelli, made specifically for the film, together with others already published by Iron Maiden, Moto?rhead, Andi Sex Gang and Bill Wyman.
Goblin - Roller
Goblin
Roller
LP | 1976 | EU | Reissue (AMS)
20,99 €*
Release:1976 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Roller was the second record for Goblin, originally released in 1976, just after the successful score of
Profondo Rosso, and is one of the very few Goblin records that was not intended to be a soundtrack.
By many considered their best effort, in Roller the band develops their dark, hypnotic and totally instrumental
sound, but with an always vivacious and dynamic edge. The record also features new members Agostino
Marangolo (from Flea) and Massimo Guarini.
Never reissued on vinyl before, great sounding 180g high quality vinyl!
Goblin - Tenebre
Goblin - Buio Omega
Maschera Di Cera La - S.E.I. Clear Green Vinyl Edition
Magnetic System - OST Godzilla / Escape
Gato Barbieri - OST Last Tango In Paris
Goblin - Greatest Hits Volume 1
Anonima Sound Ltd. - Red Tape Machine
All Traps On Earth - A Drop Of Light
Piero Umiliani - OST Le Isole Dell'Amore
Piero Umiliani
OST Le Isole Dell'Amore
LP | 1970 | EU | Reissue (AMS)
24,99 €*
Release:1970 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Soundtracks
In the late '50s and throughout the next decade and beyond, among the underground most ridden film genres there was the so-called ‘mondo movie’, basically made of a collage of several scenes with a commenting voiceover. To this category belongs “Le isole dell’amore” (The islands of love), a film that’s practically impossible to find today, set on an island in Polynesia, in the heart of the Pacific Ocean, an oasis of peace in which young tourists seek refuge from the hectic life of the so-called ‘modern society’.
Piero Umiliani, already experienced in the documentary field (see for example “Angeli Bianchi… Angeli Neri” on the theme of magic, or the famous and controversial “Svezia, Inferno e Paradiso / Sweden, Heaven and Hell”), provides here further evidence of his skills as composer, with a score of exquisite music that features three basic ingredients: the ethnic one, characterized by the use of tamouré, a typical percussion instrument of the islands of Oceania; the symphonic one, dominated by strings arrangements that seem to lull the listener with their melodies; finally, the acoustic one, with extensive use of the guitar: as atypical this may be in this context, it perfectly fits, thanks to Umiliani’s composition skills.
This faithful reproduction of the original 1970 edition, edited by AMS Records, is the first reissue ever of this LP. To make this work even more unmissable there is also the presence of Alessandro Alessandroni’s I Cantori Moderni in the choruses of “Tamouré” and “Vele al vento”, the same artists who were gracing, in those very years, the soundtracks of Sergio Leone’s western masterpieces!
Ennio Morricone - OST Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo (The good, the bad and the ugly)
Maxophone - Maxophone Italian Version
Bobby Solo - Good In Blues Volume 1 White Vinyl Edition
Bobby Solo
Good In Blues Volume 1 White Vinyl Edition
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (AMS)
21,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Bobby Solo, one of the most prolific and versatile songwriters that the Italian rock scene has ever witnessed, is still talked about today, after over 50 years of non-stop career. “I had my first musical shock when I was 14: it was Elvis Presley with ‘Jailhouse Rock’ and ‘That’s All Right Mama’. For years I have been inspired by Elvis. I discovered that when he was 10 he was constantly listening to American radio stations in Tupelo that aired blues, gospel, spiritual, bluegrass and country. I searched for the biographies of the various singers he referred to, and I fell in love with the blues. Playing it was also very important, I always had a good rhythmic technique, and since blues is based on a simple pentatonic scale, I made it my own and now even guitarists much more noble than me say that I have a recognizable style. Cristopher Bacco and AMS Records have now given me the opportunity to get out of the stereotype in which I am pleasantly imprisoned: I am pleased to have a 40 or 50-year-old follow-up to whom grandparents have handed down my melodic songs, but as a Pisces ascendant Pisces I can’t help but explore ever new musical planets”. Bobby Solo’s return to the scene is marked by a 4-track EP, three of which represent a heartfelt tribute to the legendary Tony Joe White, who passed away on 24 October 2018 at the age of 75. A singer-songwriter from Louisiana, he soon fell in love with the blues and that was a point of no return for him. He also collaborated with the great Lightning Hopkins, and his ‘Polk Salad Annie’ and ‘I’ve Got A Thing About You Baby’ were sung by Elvis; in the 1980s he also wrote “Steamy Windows” for Tina Turner, an incredibly successful song. Bobby Solo got to know him and personally presented it to the public at a recent festival in Mendrisio (Switzerland), and now he finally has the opportunity to tribute him the right honor. A cover of Kris Kristofferson’s “Why Me Lord” also adds to the three songs chosen from Tony Joe White’s repertoire. This new EP is called “Good in Blues Vol. 1” and is released as a digipack CD and a 45rpm 12-inch record. Produced by Cristopher Bacco at Studio 2 in Padua, Italy, with AMS Records as executive producer, it is an old-fashioned work, with bass, drums, guitar and vocals recorded live; this aspect truly emerges from the grooves of this release, which reveals a passionate and competent Bobby Solo, eager to explore new sensations.

Limited 45rpm 12-inch white vinyl record edition.
Giancarlo Bigazzi / Marco Falagiani - OST Mediterraneo Clear Blue Vinyl Edition
Giancarlo Bigazzi / Marco Falagiani
OST Mediterraneo Clear Blue Vinyl Edition
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (AMS)
22,09 €* 25,99 € -15%
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Soundtracks
"Mediterraneo" is a film directed by Gabriele Salvatores, set during the Second World War on the Greek island of Castelrosso, a few kilometers from the Turkish coasts. In this place, only apparently uninhabited, some Italian soldiers arrive on a mission; they will soon find themselves to be completely isolated, forced to wait for any communication signs from the outside world and to integrate with the local population.

When it came out in theaters in 1991, “Mediterraneo” immediately gained wide acclaim and recognition (David di Donatello and Nastro d'Argento for best film, Academy Award for best foreign film), a success also significantly determined by the soundtrack written by Giancarlo Bigazzi and Marco Falagiani, record producers and composers of a large series of Italian music famous songs and themes: the essence of this movie score is fully enclosed in the five notes of the main theme, both simple and evocative, immersed in a context of ethnic feel and Arabic/Oriental flavours. Except for some occasional modern sounds, the music of “Mediterraneo” is almost entirely produced by ‘popular’ and unconventional acoustic instruments: santouri, bouzouki, gavala, bagpipe, zurna, toubeleki, davul, rabeca and lyre.

The deep work of music research, composition and arrangement by the Bigazzi/Falagiani duo earned them the 1991 Globo d’oro Award. A soundtrack that is still memorable today, reissued exclusively by AMS Records on clear blue vinyl!
Calibro 35 - High Tension Volume 35 Calibro 35 Plays Lesiman Black Vinyl Edition
Sensations' Fix - Boxes Paradise Purple Vinyl Edition
Sensations' Fix
Boxes Paradise Purple Vinyl Edition
LP | 2019 | EU | (AMS)
21,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU –
Genre:Rock / Indie
Listening today to the music produced by Sensations' Fix, a project founded and directed by Franco Falsini in '70s, can't just leave anyone indifferent. Already in the mid-'60s, Falsini was full-time involved in musical activities: a tireless traveler and experimenter, an artist with uncommon curiosity and intuition, after having lived for some time in the United States and England, he finally established again in Italy where he gave shape to Sensations' Fix and signed a contract with Polydor for the release of six records in five years. Often associated with the sound of Tangerine Dream and the so-called German 'cosmic couriers', Sensations' Fix were much more than mere clones of something already existing.

"Boxes Paradise" is the fifth Sensations' Fix album, originally released in 1977 and never officially reissued on vinyl to date. Musically, it follows the same path inaugurated on the previous "Finest Finger", with an even more refined and elegant production, more structured and longer tracks (three out of seven exceeding the 6-minute length), all sung by an increasingly confident Franco Falsini. There are also various instrumental sections, guitar solos and 'spacey-sounding' keyboards reminiscent of the band's previous records. A real gem that sounds fresh and ripe even today!

Sensations' Fix albums are generally difficult to find; almost none of them has been reprinted in over forty years, but thanks to this series of reissues on the VM label it is now possible to rediscover them all.

First ever LP reissue, on violet Colored Vinyl!
Zuffanti - In / Out
Zuffanti
In / Out
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (AMS)
22,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The release comes on 180g vinyl in a gatefold cover. Since the late '60s the 'prog' term' has always been synonymous with the breakdown of the classic song concept, thanks to the contamination of rock music with other genres. Based on this philosophy, Fabio Zuffanti brings the 'prog' concept to our days taking into account what, in terms of styles, is currently alive and pulsating: pop, electronic, avant-garde and much more. Easy to say, much more complicated to do: for this reason, between Zuffanti's previous solo record ("La Quarta Vittima", 2014) and "In/Out" five long years of meticulous work have passed. First of all, "In/Out" makes use of the fundamental contribution of guitarist and skilful experimenter Livio Magnini (Bluvertigo). Like Brian Eno, Magnini dismantles Fabio's compositions structure and puts a wide variety of alienating sounds made with guitars, loops, acoustic and electronic drums, traditional instruments manipulated and made unrecognizable, even and odd rhythms, constant mood changes, from relaxed and bright to tense and obscure ones.
Pholas Dactylus - Hieros Gamos
Pholas Dactylus
Hieros Gamos
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (AMS)
22,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The release comes on 180g vinyl in a gatefold cover. Of all the recent Italian prog comebacks, Pholas Dactylus' return is certainly the most unexpected. Exactly, Pholas Dactylus, the authors of the unreachable masterpiece "Concerto delle menti" (1973). Forty-five years later, "Hieros Gamos" ('sacred wedding' in Greek language) marks one of the most resounding rebirths for a band that everyone believed to be lost forever.
Finisterre - Finisterre XXV
Finisterre
Finisterre XXV
2LP | 2019 | EU | Original (AMS)
28,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The release comes on 180g vinyl. Finisterre, one of Fabio Zuffanti's many projects, were founded in the now distant 1994, debuting the following year with a self-titled album that immediately pushed the band at the peak of the reborn Italian prog scene of the '90s. It was the beginning of a beautiful story that lasted about ten years, marked by four wonderful releases that still don't suffer today from the inevitable passing of time. And from that beginning, 25 long years have already passed: reformed for Zuffanti's Z-Fest event in spring 2017, with some other sporadic live appearances, today Finisterre seem increasingly willing to resume that musical path that was interrupted at the start of the new millennium. They do so, at the moment, with this commemorative release - entitled, in fact, "Finisterre XXV" - that delivers Finisterre's entire first album completely re-recorded in the studio, by a line-up that includes the founders Fabio Zuffanti (bass and vocals), Stefano Marelli (guitar and vocals) and Boris Valle (piano and keyboards), joined by Agostino Macor (keyboards and synthesizers) and Andrea Orlando (drums and percussion), plus a long series of guests who have contributed to reshape the atmospheres of the band's self-titled debut.
Goblin - Yell (OST: Sette Storie Per Non Dormire) Record Store Day 2019 Edition
Goblin
Yell (OST: Sette Storie Per Non Dormire) Record Store Day 2019 Edition
7" | 1978 | US | Reissue (AMS)
19,99 €*
Release:1978 / US – Reissue
Genre:Soundtracks
* Record Store Day 2019 Exclusive Release
* Pressed on red vinyl & limited to 1,000 copies

Inside the vast Goblin archive, "Yell" is perhaps one of the less well-known tracks, that undoubtedly deserves no less attention that the band's most famous works. It's a song composed for bass guitar, percussion and keyboards where an opening reminiscent of "L'alba dei morti viventi" is followed by a sudden vibe change, due to the quick entrance of all the other instruments: electric piano chords, a pulsating bass, obscure synths and twisted keyboards still preserve that mix of tension and and darkness that made Goblin unique in the soundtracks area. The song was composed on commission at the end of 1978 to be used as the intro theme for a series of seven TV thriller/horror movies called "Sette storie per non dormire" (a title that could be translated into "Seven stories that won't let you sleep") that was broadcast in the autumn of the same year by the Italian Rete 2 RAI channel; taking advantage of the success of the series, Cinevox Record decided to release "Yell" on a 45rpm that included, as B-side, the song "...e suono Rock" taken from the album "Il fantastico viaggio del Bagarozzo Mark". The original edition of "Yell" is today one of the rarest Golbin releases, and is exclusively reissued for the first time ever by AMS Records on red vinyl, for the Record Store Day 2019 event. Not to be missed!
Moongarden - Align Myself To The Universe
Locanda Della Fate - Lucciole Per Sempre
La Coscinza Di Zeno - Una Vita
La Coscinza Di Zeno
Una Vita
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (AMS)
22,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
“Una vita migliore” marks the awaited return, three years after the previous
“La notte anche di giorno”, of the Genoese band La Coscienza di Zeno, one
of the names groups inside the contemporary Italian progressive rock scene;
a wait actually first interrupted in February 2018 with the live album “Il giro
del cappio”, right after the group’s signing with AMS Records.
This opus represents a further step forward in the band’s evolution and, first
of all, shows a better and wider teamwork in terms of songwriting, an aspect
that makes this work more heterogeneous and solid than the previous ones.
The music is positively affected and, thanks to a long series of guest
musicians, from the point of view of music arrangements La Coscienza di
Zeno can here enjoy a freedom that could never be granted in the past.
With the roots still firmly anchored to the classic Italian prog in the likes of
Banco del Mutuo Soccorso and Locanda delle Fate, the sextet has produced
seven complex and multi-faceted tracks, which will require numerous plays
to be completely assimilated.
A long-awaited return, which will not disappoint the expectations of those
who loved their previous work and that once again place the band in the
progressive élite of this decade.
Winstons, The & EDSMC - Pictures At An Exhibition
Pholas Dactylus - Concerto Delle Menti
Goblin - OST Squadra Antigangsters Blue Vinyl Edition
Piero Piccioni - OST Bora Bora
Piero Piccioni
OST Bora Bora
LP | 1968 | EU | Reissue (AMS)
17,59 €* 21,99 € -20%
Release:1968 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Soundtracks
"Bora Bora" is a 1968 film directed by Ugo Liberatore who, under the pretext
of telling about a marriage relationship crisis, depicts the eponymous
Polynesian island as a place of perdition and absolute freedom, in contrast
to the strict rules imposed by Western society. This movie is also referred as
the 'debut' of the exotic/erotic film genre, which culminated a few years later
with the famous adventures of Emanuelle Nera interpreted by Laura
Gemser.
As it often happens in such cases, we're facing a mediocre film - also due to
the paltry budget with which such works were funded - accompanied by a
great, if not exceptional soundtrack. "Bora Bora" is no exception: Piero
Piccioni was, like Morricone and Umiliani, a real professional, able to
transpose feelings and moods in music; while listening to the ten tracks of
this LP, the listener has the vivid feeling of being transported in the
uncontaminated and fascinating Polynesians landscapes, with the addition
of hints of mystery and, inevitably, of eroticism.
This AMS Records reissue is the first one on vinyl after more than 30 years,
and faithfully reproduces the original 1969 Cinevox version. 180g black vinyl
edition, including a 30x30cm poster containing reproductions of vintage
flyers and lobby cards.
Franco Bixio - OST A Pugni Nudi
Franco Bixio
OST A Pugni Nudi
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (AMS)
21,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Soundtracks
"A pugni nudi" (With bare fists) - presented with a more than explicit subtitle "For a sad experience in a juvenile detention center" - is a 1974 film directed by Marcello Zeani; it can be associated to the Italian police genre, but it stands on its own due to its being set in the world of boxing.
It's a drama movie too, with a non-optimistic nor hopeful ending at all, accompanied by the music of Franco Bixio, with a distinctive jazz-rock imprint, a strong presence of symphonic arrangements and a singular more 'disengaged' episode ("Split second", on the B side of the LP).
Together with his brother Carlo, Franco Bixio was the founder of Cinevox Record, which originally published this album in 1974, the same year of the film screening in theaters. A small gem, equally able to describe dramatic and tensive moments, now rediscovered and reissued for the first time on vinyl by AMS Records!
Ennio Morricone - OST Il Diavolo Nel Cervello
Ennio Morricone
OST Il Diavolo Nel Cervello
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (AMS)
20,69 €* 22,99 € -10%
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Soundtracks
"Il Diavolo nel Cervello" (Devil in the brain) is a film directed in 1971 by Sergio Sollima and screened at the beginning of the following year; it's a psychological thriller in which tension is determined by the characters' psyche more than their actions, and is therefore an atypical product, that was offered to an audience who at the time were mostly into the 'Dario Argento suspence', made of serial killers, ferocious murders and a pinch of erotism.

After three movies in the 'spaghetti western' genre and the noir "Città violenta" Sollima then decided to make something unpredictable, and paid the consequences of his resolution: his film went almost unnoticed, and it's been reevaluated just today, together with the soundtrack by Ennio Morricone, who already scored Sollima's previous works.

"Il diavolo nel cervello" works on an almost-full symphonic register: on a strings-made ground we have piano, harpsichord, flutes and brass instruments. It's a very airy work that sips moments of tension, where the pace is dictated solely by jazzy drums played with bristles. Undoubtedly, one of the best productions of the Maestro from those early '70s, including Bruno Nicolai as a conductor and Edda Dell'Orso singing choirs.

Yet another blend of music and imagery from the fervent Seventies to be rediscovered, here revived in LP format with a gatefold cover and a completely new graphic layout.

Solid red & purple mixed vinyl edition.
Apoteosi - Apoteosi
Piero Umiliani - OST 5 Bambole Per La Luna D'Agosto
Piero Umiliani
OST 5 Bambole Per La Luna D'Agosto
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (AMS)
21,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves, Soundtracks
"5 Bambole per la Luna d'Agosto" (5 Dolls for the August Moon), directed by
the Italian master of thriller Mario Bava, is today considered a great cult film
of Italian cinema. Underestimated by many, due to unconvincing screenplay
and dialogues, the work has to be rediscovered thanks to its chromatic and
photographic techniques, on which at the time - and in many ways still today
- Bava was second to none: the same horror Maestro Dario Argento paid
homage to him several times in many of his films. In the cast we also find a
young Edwige Fenech, still far from the frivolity of the Italian comedy of the
following years.
In the same way the music of Goblin is perfectly suited to Argento's moving
pictures, "5 Dolls for the August Moon" cannot be separated from its
beautiful soundtrack of another great composer, Piero Umiliani, who fully
lived the evolution of popular music in Italy, from the first late '50s rock'n'roll
stirrings through beat, psychedelia and the early '70s progressive rock. All
these influences are mixed in this musical commentary, with a solid jazz
background, which Umiliani was a true exponent of, and a pinch of lounge
atmospheres that made his style quite unique.
Originally published in 1970 on Cinevox Record, in conjunction with the
release of the film, the soundtrack of "5 dolls..." is among the rarest and
most sought after items in the Cinevox catalog, and has never been reissued
on LP until now. This edition, as well as the original version tracks, retrieves
the song "Ti risveglierai con me" played by the Balletto di Bronzo and
featured in the film ending credits.
A must have reissue for a classic of Italian underground cinema!
Le Orme - L'Aurora
Le Orme - Ad Gloriam
Goblin - OST Profondo Rosso Black Vinyl Edition
Goblin
OST Profondo Rosso Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 1975 | EU | Reissue (AMS)
20,99 €*
Release:1975 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie, Soundtracks
Incredible reissue of Profondo Rosso, one of the absolute cult movie soundtracks of all times.

This reissue is a faithful reproduction of the very first pressing of 1975 (being made in the same pressing plant of those years).

A unique product for this truly legendary masterpiece!
Campo Di Marte - Campo Di Marte
Campo Di Marte
Campo Di Marte
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (AMS)
20,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Campo di Marte self-titled album is considered to be one of the best italian progressive records of the Seventies.
This italian prog classic is now available from AMS Records in a new limited deluxe LP reissue on 180g black vinyl.
Biglietto Per L'Inferno - Biglietto Per L'Inferno
Alphataurus - Alphataurus
Alphataurus
Alphataurus
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (AMS)
20,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Nothing much to say about this one, Alphataurus, by sure one of the
ten best Italian prog records of all times. Alpahataurus is a
masterpiece, so well crafted and played that it seems impossible
that's been made by a group of unknowns. The singer Bavaro has a very
original voice, keyboard player Pietro Pellegrini plays with
competence and no self-indulgence, guitar-playing of Guido Wasserman
is well cared and the rhythm section of Oliva and Santandrea creates a
powerful background. The album includes five long compositions of
which Peccato d'orgoglio and La mente vola are the best, the latter
featuring a nice moog intro and a stunning vibes solo.
LP reissue in triple gatefold sleeve as the original album, with sound
taken the master tapes.
Goblin - Il fantastico viaggio del Bagarozzo Mark Black Vinyl Edition
Goblin - Zombi Deluxe Edition
Cherry Five - Cherry Five
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