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    the original Omen..



    it was always the choir parts that creeped me out..
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    Omen 2..

    "She said you are the air I breathe
    The life I love, the dream I weave."


    Unevensong - Camel

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    Here's another Howard Shore main theme from another Cronenberg film (I like this and Crash). This one is so subtle, and no fear or uneasiness comes in until about 1:40. Before that, it really just suggests mystery. Very effective, I think.

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    Daughters Of Darkness (Les Lèvres Rouges) – François De Roubaix

    This is perhaps François de Roubaix’s finest film score of all,
    If only Jean-Claude Vannier had made a horror soundtrack.”


    https://youtu.be/BtQzkzdIkgM

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropforge View Post
    Two classic creepers right here.




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    Quote Originally Posted by UnephenStephen View Post
    the original Omen..

    it was always the choir parts that creeped me out..
    Goldsmith wrote is as a Gregorian Chant for Satanism, pretty darn cool, and super creepy.
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    The Session 9 Soundtrack by Climax Golden Twins. Cool flick. Creepy soundtrack.


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    A soundtrack in search of a horror film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Holm-Lupo View Post
    My tribute to 80s horror soundtracks:
    https://telepath1.bandcamp.com/album/mental-mutations
    I dig the cover art!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udi Koomran View Post
    Daughters Of Darkness (Les Lèvres Rouges) – François De Roubaix

    This is perhaps François de Roubaix’s finest film score of all,
    If only Jean-Claude Vannier had made a horror soundtrack.”


    https://youtu.be/BtQzkzdIkgM
    That opening theme is fab.
    If it isn't Krautrock, it's krap.

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    I'm very surprised (unless I missed it earlier in this old thread) that there is no mention of the DARIO ARGENTO's Horror trilogy. One is of course, SUSPIRIA by italian prog giants GOBLIN have also done tons of other horror soundtracks. The next one for Argento was INFERNO soundtrack by none other than the maestro KEITH EMERSON. The third movie was "The Three Mothers" but Goblin and Emerson are the prog standouts and shined.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0U5JApvuhH0

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropforge View Post
    I dig the cover art!

    heavymetal_may1982.jpg
    Thanks, man! I actually wrote the estate of the now deceased artist behind the Heavy Metal cover art to get permission to make my collage out of it - which I got. Such a powerful image, that original one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Holm-Lupo View Post
    Thanks, man! I actually wrote the estate of the now deceased artist behind the Heavy Metal cover art to get permission to make my collage out of it - which I got. Such a powerful image, that original one.
    Awesome! It's a long-time fave by Rich Cohen & Jon Townley, called "Spheres." An unforgettable cover!

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    Krautrock from Werner Herzog's Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979):



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    Quote Originally Posted by AncientChord View Post
    Here is one of my favorite covers by the 1980's band The Fibonaccis. Bernard Herrmann's theme from Psycho. The mellotron is to die for!
    They did a soundtrack of their own, to Terrorvision:

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    To this day I still love the Fibonaccis. Not from a soundtrack, but none the less creepy over the top lyrics and mellotronic chaos. They had to be one of the most obscure prog bands ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wah3 View Post
    Krautrock from Werner Herzog's Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979):




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