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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Goblin - Zombi (Dawn of the Dead) Original Soundtrack

As with the last post, this album was originally posted by Allywonderland for the Halloween Countdown of '08. Some of the links on the Sharebee page were down so I went ahead and reuploaded the album to Mediafire. I figure its about time for me to move on to other areas of the horror genre, so this is going to be my last Italian horror themed post for the time being. I may or may not post one or two more before the countdown ends, depending on whether or not I finish posting all of the material I had originally planned to post. I hope you all have enjoyed the selections I have presented up to this point, as well as those that I will be posting in the near future.

I was pleased to know that a few of you enjoyed Goblin's Suspiria soundtrack; therefore I am going to post the Zombi (Dawn of the Dead) Original Soundtrack.

Originally released in 1978, the Goblin soundtrack was featured prominently in Dario Argento's international cut of Dawn of the Dead. Argento, himself, is also credited on the Goblin soundtrack. However, in George A. Romero's version, the Goblin soundtrack was used sparingly and mixed with stock music scores.

I am posting the reissue of the 1978 release which includes the ten original tracks with seven bonus tracks.

Track List:
1. L'alba dei morti viventi
2. Zombi
3. Safari
4. Torte in faccia
5. Ai margini della follia
6. Zaratozom
7. La caccia
8. Tirassegno
9. Oblio
10. Risveglio
11. L'alba dei morti viventi (Alternate Take)
12. Ai margini della follia (Alternate Take)
13. Zombi (Sexy)
14. Ai margini della follia (Alternate Take)
15. Zombi (Supermarket)
16. L'alba dei morti viventi (Intro-Alternate Take)
17. Zombi (The Living Dead's Voices!) (Bonus Track)

Download: Goblin-Zombi (Dawn of the Dead)Original Soundtrack
Download Size: 64.49 MB


Anonymous said...

thanx! goblin rules! best wishes, ubique

musio*52 said...

Thanks a HELL of a lot for all the great Halloween material you have been posting. I have really enjoyed stopping by each day and seeing what new treasure you have unearthed, and the Zombi soundtrack by Goblin is the icing on the Samhain cake! Nice to connect with folks who have the same interests. Great blog!

Iveldie said...

Gracias por el aporte pero no puedo bajar el disco , soy suscriptor de rapidshare y me da este error

This file is neither allocated to a Premium Account, or a Collector's Account, and can therefore only be downloaded 10 times.

This limit is reached.

To download this file, the uploader either needs to transfer this file into his/her Collector's Account, or upload the file again. The file can later be moved to a Collector's Account. The uploader just needs to click the delete link of the file to get further information.

harry lime said...

thanks for this awesome piece of italian horror prog !!

Zer0_II said...

@Harry Lime: You're more than welcome my friend. Thank you for taking the time to comment. Take care.

Anonymous said...

One of the greatest soundtracks ever.