Horror visionary Dario Argento undeniably appreciates the significance of a great soundtrack, and his choice of Keith Emerson was perfectly suited for the monumental task of creating the soundtrack for the 1980 Italian supernatural horror film Inferno.
Serving as a the second installment of Argento’s “The Three Mothers” trilogy, which began with Suspiria and concluding with The Mother Of Tears, the newly mastered and expanded release of the Inferno Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is now available from Waxwork Records.
A mix of both electronic work, orchestral compositions, percussion, piano, and a full choir by way of the Chorus of Rome, the Inferno Waxwork Records release includes soundtrack outtakes and alternate tracks making it the most comprehensive and definitive version ever available on vinyl.
Differing from the previous Argento films, in that it did not feature the band Goblin, Inferno‘s tale of three sister-witches that run the world with sorrow, tears, and darkness, is a classic installment from a master filmmaker and an accomplished progressive rock and electronic musician.
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