Remastered from the original master tapes
Never say that Death Waltz Recording Company doesn√ït plumb the depths of exploitation (or in this case sexploitation) to bring you great music, with a treasure being unearthed in the shape of Nico Fidenco√ïs score to Joe D√ïAmato√ïs EMANUELLE PERCHE√ï VIOLENZA ALLE DONNE (a.k.a. THE VIOLATION OF EMANUELLE). Regarded as the best of the unofficial "Black Emanuelle" series, D√ïAmato√ïs film starts off with the same sexual freedom and exploration as the official one but ends up descending into a hard-hitting voyage of human trafficking and sexual violence. Fidenco√ïs music as presented mostly represents the character√ïs exploration of hedonism and philosophy, scoring hook-ups with a truck driver and a couple of Italian girls, and as such is pretty free-flowing and upbeat.
The fantastic main theme is repeated throughout the album alongside some interesting supporting material, including some great offbeat percussion and some slinky melodies with a surprising amount of wind instruments, along with a subtle female voice. Synths appear frequently, along with the expected driving bassline, and it√ïs not until the end when it gets darker and sleazier, as well as funkier in an almost prog-rock way. It√ïs a fascinating end to a smooth-flowing record that reminds us that music to sex flicks sometimes needs more than just a wah-wah pedal
180 GM vinylShrinkwrapped ,Embossed & Debossed Death Waltz Recording Co. exclusive RSD sleeve with Obi strip featuring a 36 x 36 poster and a double sided 12 x 12 art print by We Buy Your Kids exclusively for this one off release.
A1 A Picture Of Love (Fire Fly - Versione Cantata)
A2 My Boundless
A3 Eternal Anguish
A4 Kamasutra In Love
A5 A Picture Of Love (Versione Strumentale)
B1 A Picture Of Love (Versione Strumentale)
B3 Come Back! Rhythm
B4 A Seeming Man
B5 Your Oppression