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Dario Argento’s Inferno

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$46.16

INFERNO Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
The Complete and Expanded Soundtrack by Keith Emerson
Available For The First Time On Vinyl In Its Entirety
180 Gram 2xLP “Mater Tenebrarum” Colored Vinyl (Disc 1: Red and Pink Swirl Vinyl with Gold Splatter. Disc 2: Opaque Blue and Translucent Blue Swirl Vinyl with Gold Splatter)
Artwork By Italian Illustration Collective MALLEUS
Deluxe Packaging

LAST ONE AVAILABLE

Waxwork Records is thrilled to present the expanded and completed release of INFERNO Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Written and directed by horror visionary Dario Argento and featuring a haunting soundtrack composed by the late Keith Emerson, INFERNO is a 1980 Italian supernatural horror film that serves as a thematic sequel to SUSPIRIA.
INFERNO serves as the second installment of Argento’s “The Three Mothers” trilogy, beginning with Suspiria and concluding with The Mother Of Tears, and tells the story of a poet living in New York City that discovers an ancient book. The book, written by an alchemist, tells of three sister witches that run the world with sorrow, tears, and darkness. Inferno focuses on Mater Tenebrarum, the Mother of Darkness, whom is the youngest and most cruel of the sisters, and lives in New York. The film is highly stylized with Argento’s signature use of extreme colors and lighting. Bright blues, magentas, pinks, and greens are used liberally throughout the movie.
The soundtrack by accomplished progressive rock and electronic musician Keith Emerson differs from the previous Argento films in that it did not feature the band GOBLIN. Emerson’s soundtrack to Inferno is a mix of both electronic work, orchestral compositions, percussion, piano, and a full choir by way of the Chorus of Rome. Waxwork’s newly mastered and expanded Inferno soundtrack marks the film music’s most comprehensive and definitive version ever available on vinyl featuring the complete 1980 soundtrack in addition to outtakes and alternate tracks.

  • A01
    Inferno Main Titles
  • A02
    Rose's Descent Into The Cellar
  • A03
    Taxi Ride (Rome)
  • A04
    The Library
  • A05
    Sarah In The Library Vaults
  • B06
    Bookbinder's Delight
  • B07
    Rose Leaves The Apartment
  • B08
    Rose Gets It
  • B09
    Elisa's Story
  • B10
    A Cat Attic Attack
  • C11
    Kazanian's Tarantella
  • C12
    Mark's Discovery
  • C13
    Mater Tenebrarum
  • C14
    Inferno Finale
  • C15
    Cigarretes, Ices, Etc.
  • D16
    Inferno Outakes Suite