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Profondo Rosso Import

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Mad Puppets Laughs (Bonus Track)
  2. Profondo Rosso (Album Version)
  3. School at Night (Lullaby Music Box Version)
  4. Death Dies (Album Version)
  5. School at Night
  6. School at Night (Lullaby Child Version)
  7. Mad Puppet
  8. School at Night
  9. School at Night (Instrumental Version)
  10. Death Dies (Film Version Part 1)
  11. Profondo Rosso
  12. Gianna (Alternative Version)
  13. Profondo Rosso
  14. School at Night (Lullaby Celesta Version)
  15. Death Dies (Film Version Part 2)
  16. Profondo Rosso
  17. Wild Session
  18. Profondo Rosso
  19. Deep Shadows (Film Version Part 1)
  20. Deep Shadows (Film Version Part2)
  21. Deep Shadows (Film Version Part 3)
  22. Death Dies (Film Version Part 3)
  23. Gianna (Album Version)
  24. School at Night (Echo Version)
  25. Deep Shadows (Album Version)
  26. School at Night (Album Version)
  27. Profondo Rosso (Remix Version Bonus Track)
  28. Profondo Rosso (Original Sound Effect Bonus Track)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 26, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Cinevox Italy
  • ASIN: B0093YVRNS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,003 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Ulfster on November 25, 1998
Format: Audio CD
The soundtrack of Dario Argento's undisputed epitome of a giallo thriller has finally been re-released after years of absence on the european and american market. The new label it is on, Cinevox records, who are establishing a new line of products here, really did some archive-digging to add new material - and the result is 21(!) bonus tracks that have not been included in the original album. Some of these tracks have been released before, be it as a 12"-Single (the remix of the title tune, which has been quite a hit in Italy), be it as outtakes on diverse soundtrack compilations. The rest is really new material - different versions of tunes already known, unedited film-versions or differently orchestrated cues, and even a sound effects suite, put as a last track on the CD, which gives a fine finish to the hearing experience.
Goblin, the italian progressive rock band, had had a head start with this album: Intriguingly crafted songs, some based on very weird rhythms, for instance the title tune (which admittedly and recognizably influence John Carpenter later in his compository style), and on the other hand a lullaby which, in its simplicity, is turned into something extremely haunting, thanks to some versions Goblin created.
Originally, the film's soundtrack was supposed to be composed by Jazz artist Giorgio Gaslini, but Dario Argento (being a rock music fan) was not very happy with the end result, so he asked Goblin to come up with new ideas, and the band included some snippets by G. Gaslini, which gives the record a "jazzy edge" - but in Goblin style.
Even if you're not a film music collector, this is a record you should not miss - it's just far too good. It stands for itself as a very interesting album, and it has been influencial in more than one way one can easily recognize.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stanley Runk VINE VOICE on July 25, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Profondo Rosso is probably Goblin's finest hour in the soundtrack department, though I think many would debate that Suspiria and Zombi might be a little better. I won't go into the music, coz I can't imagine someone buying this cd who's unfamiliar with the film and the music from the film. You do get your money's worth, this sucker is 72 minutes long. My only complaint with this, and all the other Goblin soundtracks is that there are about eight billion different versions of the same song. I know people like this, but to me it gets a little irritating. The alternate versions aren't really all that different from one another(with a few exceptions)-at least not different enough to want to hear the song again when you just heard it one or two tracks ago. I mean, do we really need that many versions of the lullaby song? But on the other hand, I do respect the fact that Cinevox went out of their way to make this as complete as possible. And considering you have to take out a loan to pay for these soundtracks, it doesn't seem so bad in the end. What it really comes down to is-If you like the music when you watch the film, then you'll like this cd.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John Peterson on June 9, 2001
Format: Audio CD
No doubt about it, this is the score that put Goblin on the map as a force to be reckon with (their first one to boot, mind you!) The influence of "Tubular Bells" is strongly felt here, but the musicianship of the band members surpass that of Mike Oldfield in my opinion. Their compositional skills are evident here too, as on the title track, "Mad Puppet",and "Death Dies". And one shouldn't forget Giorgio Gaslini's contributions here, composing the lovely "Gianna", and the eerie "School At Night" and "Deep Shadows". Simply, a marvelous score.
The original vinyl album had seven tracks and ran only 29 minutes long, so to beef it out, Cinevox went through their archives and included more than 40 minutes and 21 tracks of alternate versions that were in the film.
This is perfect for Goblin fans and fans of the movie. But for casual fans, since there were only seven tracks to begin with, we have multiple alternate takes here, including one of "Gianna", three of "Death Dies", three of "Deep Shadows", and seven(!) of "School At Night". Some are substantially different, others just slightly different. And the "original sound effect" track of "Profondo Rosso" is really just the confrontation between the protagonist and the murderer overdubbed on the "Profondo Rosso" track.
Still, when all is said and done, it's a great CD. If you're a Goblin fan or even a Dario Argento fan, there's no reason not to have this. The sound quality is excellent, plus there's great liner notes from Carlo Bagnolo and Claudio Fuiano and a special introduction from keyboardist Claudio Simonetti. Thanks for going the extra mile, Cinevox!
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Format: Audio CD
As part of Dario Argento's filmography, Profondo Rosso (Deep Red) stands out as his Magnum Opus, a position Suspiria shares in ex-aequo. A pinaccle of the giallo and thriller genres, this classic of Italian cinema owes a lot of its success to the gorgeous soundtrack Goblin and Giorgio Gaslini composed. A dual collaboration that occured after Argento found much of Gaslini's tunes disappointing. Nevertheless, he kept some of Gaslini's compositions like Gianna's theme, the children lullaby the killer uses before attacking, the jazz music Marcus Daly teaches to his university class, and other tunes that Goblin performed with their instruments like Deep Shadows and School at Night. Though eventually Goblin's name woud end up taking the major mantelpiece, especially for its perfect main theme where bass strings, keyboards and organ pipes flabbergast the audience's ears, leaving to it the impression that they have just listened to an immortal. And with other music like The Mad Puppet, Dario Argento and Goblin's collaborators, in particular Claudio Simonetti, would start with Profondo Rosso a string of collaborations that is continuing to this day.

Therefore, all of this soundtrack's tunes are perfect. Each a pleasure to listen, you'd just wish the album wouldn't end. Along with the original album's nine tunes released in its seventies' vinyl, this edition also offers other mixes that were used for the movie. Although the only tiniest disappointment would be the absence of the guitar melody that plays when Gianna, after throwing Marcus's former girlfriend's photo in the dustbin, leaves the appartment with a very suave dance. A scene that I adored as it was a breath of laugh in between two tense moments during the movie, a music which I wished the album's makers would take the time to release.
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