It really doesn’t get any more awesome, album cover-wise, than the Bruno Nicolai soundtrack for Eyeball. Turntabling has copies of this one for sale while supplies last, but that’s not all from Italy. Have you heard the Torso soundtrack by Guido and Maurizio De Angelis? Another great album cover, too.
Ennio Morricone titles have been coming out fast and furious lately, and the album artwork for those is just as excellent as the sounds themselves. Some people are buying these reissues just for the covers, and who can blame them? Morricone’s soundtrack for The Humanoid, for example:
And let’s not forget what Goblin brings to the table-those synth textures blended with a prog mentality equals some seriously unique soundtrack vinyl sounds. The Buio Omega soundtrack is an all-time favorite around here:
And Riz Ortolani did work on Lucio Fulci’s Don’t Torture A Duckling. Can you afford to live without this one? Any fan of giallo films or Fulci in general would do well to at least give this one it’s day in court.
All these and MUCH MORE are available for sale, while supplies last, in the Turntabling shop.
Ennio Morricone’s soundtrack for What Have You Done to Solange is really superior. This film is a lurid Giallo-style shocker featuring nefarious goings-on in a school for girls and the classic Morricone soundtrack touches are all here. Don’t miss out on this one, there are limited quantities available!
Morricone strikes again with the soundtrack to Violent City, starring Charles Bronson. This one isn’t as well known but if you like Morricone’s Italian crime soundtracks, you’re likely to need this one, too.
Stelvio Cipriani gets a look in too-our latest inventory update includes a delicious pressing of the Tentacles soundtrack.
And what record collection dedicated to horror sounds would be complete without the soundtrack to Lucio Fulci’s demented slasher film The New York Ripper? Francesco de Masi’s score for this one is a must-hear.
These are only a few of the recent updates-take a look at the Turntabling shop to see what other amazing vinyl has been added.
New in stock at the Turntabling shop at Discogs.com! Ennio Morricone’s amazing, experimental and barrier-breaking soundtrack for Gli Occhi Freddi Della Paura, also known in the USA as Cold Eyes Of Fear. There’s also the Clint Mansell (Pop Will Eat Itself) soundtrack vinyl for In The Wall, plus a delicious blue-and-black colored vinyl copy of the soundtrack to the awesomely bizarre Perfume of the Woman In Black.
Giallo soundtrack vinyl is always a wonderful find, and these limited edition releases on Dagored are sure to go fast. These are just a few of the new titles in stock, have a look at the Turntabling shop to see plenty of other rare, weird, and awesome vinyl.
In case you haven’t noticed from all the giallo soundtracks Turntabling has for sale by Goblin, Morricone, Riz Ortolani, and many more, I am obsessed with giallo films, and Italian cinema in general. (Yes Eurocine is basically an obsession, but there’s something about those Italians…)
Here is a fun little helping of giallo trailers–watching these is a favorite Internet time waster at the very least, and can make for a fun evening of adult beverages and random finds on a good night. I’ve spent good money on soundtracks for these films on the strength of having heard the music in the trailer alone–believe it or not, you can do well looking for new soundtrack sounds to obsess over just by watching these! That’s especially true for Spasmo and Black Belly of the Tarantula (see below).
The trailer for Death Will Have Your Eyes looks maddeningly familiar, but I personally can’t remember ever having watched it.
Spasmo is hands down one of the best giallo trailers of all time, and the movie is pretty outstanding too. It’s one of my all-time favorites. The plot twists and turns so hard that when you finally get round to the end, it’s a relief that ANY of it makes sense.
The Black Belly of the Tarantula is also a standout film of the genre, one not to be missed–and that soundtrack! Definitely worth a look–the plot is outrageous, the music is not to be missed, giallo soundtrack vinyl fans…