Orgasmo Sonore REVISITING OBSCURE FILM MUSIC 2 / O.S.T. Vinyl Record has been added to your cart. Click here to edit your cart.
or Continue Shopping

Orgasmo Sonore REVISITING OBSCURE FILM MUSIC 2 / O.S.T. Vinyl Record

Orgasmo Sonore REVISITING OBSCURE FILM MUSIC 2 / O.S.T. Vinyl Record
Following Revisiting Obscure Film Music volume 1 released in 2011 a tribute to some of the most respected composers of the 60s and 70s. Selection from all kind of cult movies : Western, Giallo, Horror, Erotica, Post-Apocalyptic, etc... all music perfomed by Orgasmo Sonore including one original composition! Recording and arrangements faithful to the originals & produced by Frank Rideau in Studio Le Bruxelles in Montréal. Mastered in Chicago by Jason Ward with special care for vinyl pressing. Original Artwork by American Mondo poster artist Jay Shaw. Liner Notes by Fabio Capuzzo (author of "Goblin - Sette Note in Rosso"). a little message by Mr. Orgasmo Frank Rideau! There was a time when music for film wasn't just a generic background for the visuals on screen. Sadly, that is what I think of most modern film scores. Very few original soundtracks have moved me in the last couple of years. One exception being Jonny Greenwood's compositions for Paul Thomas Andersons film "There Will Be Blood". I often return to the work of the 1960?s and 1970?s era film composers. Without a doubt, the output from that period is far more than just background for film. It was a real golden age of music. It's not a surprise Quentin Tarentino always picks from that era to add a sense of larger than life to his films. To me, the Italians were in a league of their own. They were amazingly prolific and boldly original. It's hard to believe that the bass line opening of Ennio Morricone's "Mystic and Severe" is from 1967. It sounds eternally hip and fresh, timeless. I also admire that composers like Stelvio Cipriani have always approached their work with all the professionalism of a classic composer. Even for the weakest of Joe D'Amato exploitation flicks. A further influence of mine would be the omnipresence of Alain Goraguers score in the philosophical sci-fi French cartoon "Fantastic Planet". This score blurs the line between music for film or film for music. It is definitively one of the best unknown soundtracks out there. I also pay great respect to John Carpenter and Alejandro Jodorowsky. Who often composed the scores in their films as well as directing them. Which was, and still is not, a common practice. They approached this process as merely an extension of the film makers creative process. This was a time when even the lowest grade productions were calling a professional composer to score their film. It was not uncommon for very obscure films to often give birth to the best film music. This just goes to show how much respect these filmmakers had for the art. Unfortunately, all too often many of the original movies have been forgotten. Although, a great number of their soundtracks still survive and stand the test of time today. As a musician, I couldn't resist the temptation of re-interpreting some of these film scores. I hope you'll enjoy this second volume of Revisiting Obscure Film Music.

Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.

All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.
Delivery: 8 weeks or longer (Backordered Item)
This item is on backorder and is estimated to ship in 8 weeks or longer.
International: This item ships to 23 countries! Learn more
Delivery outside the US may take up to 24 business days.
United States, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Guarantee: Backed by the Merchbar Money Back Promise.
Unopened, unworn products can be returned within 30 days.
Learn more

See all Orgasmo Sonore merch

Learn More

Most orders ship the next business day after an order is placed and on average are received 3.8 business days after shipment. Please note that some orders may take up to 10 business days to arrive - especially during peak shipping times, inclement weather or when shipping to remote locations within the United States.

We want you to be completely satisfied with everything you purchase from Merchbar. In nearly every instance, as long as your item is in like-new condition we will gladly accept your return and either provide you with a refund or a new item.

See the full details here.

Unless otherwise noted, all shirts, hoodies and other apparel are traditional men's sizes, fit true to size and are 100% cotton. Women's, Children's, Youth and infant sizes as well as alternate materials are noted as such.

Merchbar is an official merchandise partner of top artists and merchandise companies world wide. Millions of fans shop and discover new, authentic merchandise from our selection of 100,000 officially licensed shirts, hats, posters, hoodies, vinyl and other unique items from over 12,000 artists.

Merchbar has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Variety & Forbes among others. Merchbar for iPhone has been featured by Apple more than 23 times.

Learn more about us here.

You may also be interested in

The Merchbar Promise

Buy with confidence: Merchbar guarantees 100% authentic merchandise, over-the-top customer service and a wonderful experience.

We’d love to help. Email us at!

Learn more about returns or read our FAQ.