Vinyl LP pressing (plus poster) of this soundtrack to the 1981 horror film. The score uses a basic ensemble of piano, drums, synthesizer, electric bass and guitar, a line-up similar to the one established by Fabio Frizzi in his scores for Fulci. The signature sound of the House By the Cemetery is a heavily flanged electric guitar, which seems to twist and curdle in the air like decaying filaments of some malevolent odor seeping from the cellar of that Freudstein house. It's not the most subtle approach but this is a Lucio Fulci film after all, and besides, Rizzati also delivers some breathtakingly beautiful passages, reflecting the sadness that permeates so much of Fulci's work, in particular the various incarnations of 'Tema bambino' which underscore the parallel universe of pretty little dead girl Mae. of course the title music 'I Remember' is the centerpiece, resonating with all that is marvelous in Fulci's Gothic horror cinema. Like J.S. Bach scoring the Hammer House of Horror, it's a gleefully macabre organ recital with phantasmal singers wordlessly flitting around the melody, the whole thing delivered with a slow pomp that suggests the funeral cortÃ¨ge of a deceased prog-rocker.
THE BROTHERHOOD STRIKES/OPENING CREDITS (04:22)
CONFRONTATION IN THE FOREST (00:55)
THE BODY IN THE WOODS/THE CLEANSING (03:02)
THE RESURRECTION OF MIRCALLA (04:12)
MIRCALLA CLAIMS KARNSTEIN (03:03)
WEILS WARNING / KARNSTEINS MENACE (00:36)
KARNSTEINS GUEST (01:27)
MARIA ALONE (00:59)
KARNSTEIN CLAIMS FRIEDA/ANOTHER BURNING (03:11)
THE MIRROR REVEALS FRIEDA / DIETRICHS FINAL JOURNEY / HORROR AT THE SCHOOL (01:50)
THE ENEMY WITHIN (01:10)
THE CRUCIFIX REPELS KARNSTEIN / KARNSTEIN KIDNAPS MARIA (01:07)
THE DECEPTION BEGINS / FRIEDA ESCAPES (01:55)
THE SEDUCTION OF ANTON/MARIAS FATE (03:53)
MARIA IS RESCUED (02:13)
THE HUNT FOR KARNSTEIN/FRIEDA IS BEHEADED (06:18)
FINALE AND END CREDITS (04:30)
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.