In exchange for Dario Argento’s help on Dawn of the Dead, George Romero allowed Argento to release a different (more explicit) cut of the movie in Europe. This version was called “Zombi”. Instead of the library music score that Romero had used, Argento enlisted the help of his pals Goblin to record a new soundtrack. The result is a brilliant score; menacing, thrilling and totally suited to the movie. There’s even a sleazy lounge-esque track – “Zombi (Supermarket)”.
Faithful replica of the original 1978 release, with a new stunning 180g audiophile vinyl. The first 300 copies contain a fold-open 4-colour poster, printed on both sides, with a deep analysis of the soundtrack, pictures of all reissues related to Zombie provided by Roberto Attanasio, one of the biggest Goblin collectors ever, and images from the original movie promotional postcards coming from an American collector.
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