After 45 years, comes the soundtrack, from the original master tapes, of the truly mad and weird exploitation euro-erotic-horror cult movie filmed in 1971 (but released only in 1973) by Renato Polselli (Ralph Brown). Incomprehensible and inconceivable beyond the reach of the human intellect, Riti, Magie Nere E Segrete Orge Nel Trecento (The Reincarnation Of Isabel) shows a cult of pseudo-Satanists in tight red jumpsuit and black cape requiring the blood and eyes of seven virgins in order to resurrect the corpse of the persecuted witch Isabella (Rita Calderoni), who was impaled and burned at the stake some 500 years ago.
A precious nonsensical gem, with nervous zooming, nude women's breasts in a colorful scenery, and an overly cryptic storyline; loony. The soundtrack composed and produced by Gianfranco Reverberi (well known for his sample on Gnarls Barkley's "Crazy") encapsulates, in its 15 total tracks (including the two released at the time), all typical sound elements of the "scary music" of the '70s but with a hard lysergic touch of madness, experimentation and psychedelia. Female vocals give out agonizing and distressing groans, tribal African rhythmic, turned-over words, plucked stings of the piano, baroque elements and lot of effects makes this soundtrack a cult object.
And then there's the obsessive care of the packaging. Comes in a gatefold, heavy thick sleeve; front cover design by Michele Targonato with embossed flames. Colored vinyl with download in a numbered edition of 666.