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.
The soundtrack to Joe D’Amato’s Buio Omega is a pretty awesome proggy bass-n-synth fest that really doesn’t let you in on what you’re going to see when this Italian slash-splat masterpiece gets going.
It’s got everything a transgressive Italian horror movie should have–a bit of wanton slicing, some embalming, some necrophilia…and then there’s the score by Goblin, which really shows off another side of the band that you don’t really get to fully appreciate with Suspiria or Dawn of the Dead.
Buio Omega can be a rough watch–it’s a grossout contest once the embalming sequences start, and the corpse disposal scene is pretty stomach-churning. But the soundtrack for this must not be missed.
Check out a full ten minutes of the Goblin soundtrack for Buio Omega courtesy of Youtube (while it lasts, you never know when they’re going to take it down, those YouTube folks) and don’t miss the trailer below, either.
By the way, the Goblin soundtrack for Buio Omega is one of the titles for sale in the Turntabling shop.
In case you didn’t already know, Turntabling is selling vinyl at Discogs.com including plenty of rarities and hard-to-find titles like the original Day of the Dead soundtrack, Dawn of the Dead and much more. There are currently nearly 100 vinyl and CD titles listed for sale there.
Here’s the rub: Turntabling readers get a special discount (varies by title) when ordering via Discogs.com. It’s the sort of thing I do on an order-by-order basis, so there is not a specific % off type discount. It varies by title as some of them get quite pricey there due to rarity, difficulty to find, etc.
You can get the Turntabling discount by friending me on Facebook, and sending me a Facebook message letting me know what titles you are interested in buying. I will send you a reply with the discounted price and instructions on how to pay (via Paypal only).
Turntabling.net readers, please DISREGARD the Discogs.com prices–if you message me on Facebook, you will get a discount on the titles you mention. It’s as easy as that!
The prices on Discogs.com are NOT my “friend” prices. And anyone who reads Turntabling.net and friends me on Facebook is definitely worthy of friend prices…
Why not take a look at my rare vinyl inventory on Discogs.com, then hop over to Facebook and friend me there, and send me a message on any vinyl you’d like to purchase? I’ll shoot you back a discounted price and we can get things rolling.
As always, thanks for reading and have fun browsing the inventory. There is more being added daily.