Inferno - Original Score + Poster - (Red Vinyl) - Limited Edition - Keith Emerson
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INFERNO - Red vinyl - limited 300 INFERNO is a 1980 film by Dario Argento, generally considered one of the masterpiec- es of the Roman director. At that particular time, the artistic partnership established with Goblin, who wrote the soundtracks for √íProfondo Rosso√ì and √íSuspiria√ì, had es- sentially crumbled, while in the UK Emerson, Lake & Palmer had just disbanded; Argento was therefore able to make a dream come true: to collaborate with an artist from the English prog-rock scene. Keith Emerson was then invited to reach Dario Argento in Rome, to write, record, and direct the soundtrack of √íInferno√ì, which became his first solo LP. The result is an album that has made history and that will always have a special place in the hearts of horror films soundtracks fanatics. √íInferno√ì is, of course, lead by piano and orchestral scores, sometimes rushing, sometimes soft and delicate, depending on the mood of the scenes of the movie. The two songs √íTaxi ride (home)√ì and √íCigarettes, ices, etc.√ì stand out for their √îrock soul√ï, due to the presence of a robust rhythm section. Reissued on vinyl by AMS Records in 2011, in an now-deleted edition, √íInferno√ì is now available again in a new version, on red vinyl and an exclusive 50x30cm poster.
1.Inferno (main title theme )
2.Roses descent into the cellar
3.Taxi ride (home)
5.Sarah in the library vaults
7.Rose leves the apartment
8.Rose gets it
10.A cat attic attack
15.Cigarettes, ices, etc.