Goblin - Perché Si Uccidono-Il Reale Impero Britannico (Vinyl)


Italo Prog


AMS Records





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Studio Album, released in 1976

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Epopea (2:56)
2. Ammoniaca (2:24)
3. Kalu (4:52)
4. Edda (2:58)
5. Epopea (Reprise) (1:26)
6. My Damned Shit (3:03)
7. Dodici e un quarto (1:54)
8. Block (2:38)
9. RIB (4:09)
10. Apotheke (2:28)
11. Distrazioni (2:28)

Goblin biography
Symphonic band from Italy who adapted their music to the movie industry, mainly horror movies from the 70's. The outstanding keyboard work performed by Claudio Simonetti is a trademark of GOBLIN. Most of their stuff is really heavy and moody, with a Floydian progressive feel, and generally pretty good.

Beginning with their first Profundo Rosso GOBLIN were obviously better suited to soundtrack music than as a studio offering and the majority of their work was in this vein. Their excellent second Roller is a very nice album of traditional symphonic progressive rock from the Italian group. Newcomers to the group will want to investigate their heralded soundtrack albums first, particularly Profondo Rosso and Suspiria. The essential GOBLIN works. Highly recommended for fans of soundtrack music.

The band is again active with a new album released in 2006.