*2022 stock* "Milano trema:la polizia vuole giustizia" (aka “The violent professionals”) is the first Police movie directed by Sergio Martino in 1973. The movie is placet in a violent Milan where in tangible way the alarming and fool of fears mood reigns that characterized life in the big Italian cities in the so called “Anni di piombo”(“Lead years”). Digitmovies really with "Milano trema:la polizia vuole giustizia" starts a new series devoted to the best Ost of the Italian Police movies genre. At that time Rca released just a 45 rpm single (Rca OC 39) containing the cover version of “Blue song”, the main theme sung by Susy & Guy (not enclosed here) and “And life goes on” sung by Susy Lion (Tr.15 on our CD). The De Angelis Bros. have written a memorable monothematic ost dominated by a melancholic main theme performed by moog accompanied by the orchestra conducted by Gianfranco Plenizio that is introduced in Tr.1.This leit motif is reprised continuously in the Ost almost to follow all the moods of commissioner Caneparo in his bitter story of revenge, with a slower version with flute (Tr.2), with a nostalgic piano (Tr.3), faster with flute and electric piano (Tr.5), with a dancefloor-like version (Tr.12) and in the “Finale” (tr.14). The De Angelis Bros. have written also suspance and mystery music with sonorities typical of the seventies: Tr.8, Tr.9, Tr.11, Tr.13, but also Lounge style music is not missing like the country song in Italian (Tr.4) and its instrumental reprise followed in the second part by dance floor music (Tr.6). From track 15 to 25 we have enclosed the outtakes, the unused themes in the movie: the English version of the country song (Tr.15,Tr.20), action and suspence music (Tr.18, Tr.23), an alternate take of the “Main Titles” with higher tonality of the moog (Tr.16),various reprises of the main theme (Tr.17, Tr.19, Tr.21,Tr.22,Tr.24) and an alternate take in Italian of the country song (Tr.25).