Goblin Tenebre on Import LP
Tenebre is the soundtrack for the 1982 film of the same name by Dario Argento. Although it's released under, Simonetti – Pignatelli – Morante, it’s usually considered an actual Goblin album; as many people know, the ‘real’ Goblin were releasing the LP Volo at the same time, and the band’s name and logo could not be used for copyright reasons.
Tenebre is the last great collaboration between Argento and Goblin, before an almost 20-year long break until 2001’s Non ho sonno. Here Argento moved from full and warm-colored atmospheres to the aseptic and cold architectural spaces of Rome. The music of Tenebre responds to this change: Claudio Simonetti was returning from his first experiences in the techno/dance field and, since the band was missing a real drummer, synthesizers and samplers took over, in a mix between rock and electronic music that once again perfectly blends with the images of the film.
This reissue of the Tenebre OST vinyl follows the AMS Records tradition where a poster is attached to the LP replica, gathering information for collectors about all the known existing versions of the release, images of the discography and movie flyers and an essay presenting the film and the soundtrack in detail. Not to be missed by any horror movie and soundtracks fans!
Goblin Tenebre Track Listing:
3. Slow Cirkus
6. Tenebre (Reprise)
7. Waiting Death
8. Jane Mirror Theme