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** in restock** First time on vinyl ever, released on 180g coloured vinyl. Taken from the 1965 horror-goth movie directed by Mario Caiano as Allan Grunewald, a very sparse and dark soundtrack with luscious orchestration, with many dissonant passages and an overall experimental feel.
"A very weird little soundtrack from Ennio Morricone – earlier than most of his classics, and done in a style that's much more conventionally horror-based! The film may be known to American viewers as Nightmare Castle, and it boasts a score that's heavy on the pipe organ – stretched out here in very extended tracks that go far longer than the original album – in a way that really lets the organ ring out with plenty of eerie touches! A few passages are sparer and more traditionally Morricone-esque – and feature some equally creepy wordless vocals!" (Dustygroove)