Dario Argento’s Suspiria has many fine features, but the soundtrack by Goblin really ties the whole thing together. We’re very pleased to have the Dagored release of the Suspiria original soundtrack back in stock while supplies last. This LP is a CLASSIC. It’s louder than bombs and is printed on fabulous 180 gram heavy vinyl for your turntabling pleasure.
This is a new, sealed copy of the vinyl Suspiria soundtrack by Goblin. $39 plus shipping.
We were sold out of this awesome slab of 180 gram vinyl goodness, but we have a new supply of the Dagored reissue Dawn of the Dead vinyl LP. This album is one of our all-time best selling titles and a Turntabling favorite. Dawn of the Dead still packs a punch after all these years–there’s nothing quite like it. For all its influence, no other film (even the remake) has come close to capturing the claustrophobia and comedy of the zombie apocalypse.
Romero may have set the bar with Night of the Living Dead, but for some of us die-hard Dawn fans, this is THE film to see. A movie that takes itself seriously but doesn’t come across heavy-handed, has genuinely funny moments without stooping to the lowest common demoninator.
As for the soundtrack, Goblin seems to be in a strange twilight zone between Suspiria and Tenebre when it comes to the compositions. This album sounds like no other–Goblin uses the synth to good effect here, and while the 4 piece guitar/bass/keyboard/drums approach is the main event here, this one doesn’t sound like a rock combo–unlike the Tenebre soundtrack where it’s clear this is a four piece band. Dawn of the Dead manages to be more than a combo but something short of an orchestral thing. A fun anomaly.
Turntabling has the Dawn of the Deaad original soundtrack vinyl LP for sale while supplies last. This is a new, sealed vinyl record. Get it now for $28 plus shipping.
We teased you with this earlier–accepting pre-orders for the Dagored 180 gram vinyl LP edition of the Profondo Rosso (Deep Red) soundtrack by Goblin. Wait no longer! We are now accepting orders for this fantastic soundtrack to one of Dario Argento’s best films. We have to warn you–this soundtrack is quickly vanishing from the market as people scoop it up. It won’t be long before it’s scarce again and our source for these says get them while you still can!
Dario Argento’s Profondo Rosso, also released in America as Deep Red, is one of our favorites. It’s loaded with prog sounds and if you’re addicted to them as we are, you will be pleased at the treasure trove of ’em on this delicious slab of vinyl. The two most popular selling artists on Turntabling–both at the booth at horror conventions and on the website–are Ennio Morricone and Goblin.
Part of the reason–so it seems to us–is that there’s such a diverse range of sounds to explore in both cases that you never grow tired of listening. Goblin in particular goes all over the map from Prog to Italian disco sounds, and in spite of some missteps along the way, Goblin is one of the greats in the wide world of soundtracks.
We still have plenty of copies left over after the pre-order frenzy, so don’t be shy about ordering yours. This one ships within the USA only. The Profondo Rosso soundtrack by Goblin is a brand new, sealed vinyl record on sale at Turntabling for $28.00 plus shipping. International shipping is $13.