Giuliano Sorgini - Living Dead At The Manchester Morgue

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Living Dead At The Manchester Morgue by Giuliano Sorgini

Living Dead At The Manchester Morgue
140 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed

Living Dead At The Manchester Morgue
by Giuliano Sorgini

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Product Code:
LITA-DEA-005
Label:
Death Waltz
Genre:
Soundtrack
Format:
140 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed
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The score to this classic zombie film by Giuliano Sorgini pre dates Suspiria by 3 years and every time I hear it I can't help but think Goblin used this as a benchmark for Suspiria, the score features a great mix of 60's psych driven breaks with the lushest strings you'll ever hear, pulsing electronics and some terrifying wailing screams from hell itself (provided by the directer Jordi Grau himself).

Exclusive cover art by Luke Insect comes with an A2 poster

Sleeve notes by renowned Italian horror expert Stephen Thrower, artist Luke Insect and composer Giuliano Sorgini

John Dalton Street
Surreal
Trance
Straight Jacket
The Risen Dead
Aggression
The Death Of Dead
The Torment Of The Dead
Mysterious Country
Southgate Hospital
The Living Dead
Drawned Guthrie
Edna
George
Manchester M2 6LD

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