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Goblin - Dawn Of The Dead (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Download

Performer: Goblin
Genre: Electronic / Rock / Screen & Stage
Title: Dawn Of The Dead (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Country: US
Released: 1987
Style: Soundtrack, Score, Prog Rock, Synth-pop, Experimental, Tribal, Ambient, Downtempo
Label: Varèse Sarabande
Catalog Number: VCD 47106
MP3 version ZIP size: 1377 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1189 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 814


1Dawn Of The Dead
2The Awakening
3Pie In The Face / Edge Of Madness
5The Hunt
7Target Shooting


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MDF 33.121Goblin Zombi (Colonna Sonora Originale Del Film) ‎(LP, Album)CinevoxMDF 33.121Italy1978
AMSLP31Goblin Zombi (Colonna Sonora Originale Del Film) ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM)AMS AMSLP31Italy2014
FML 113Goblin "Zombie" Dawn Of The Dead (Original Soundtrack Recording) ‎(LP, Album, M/Print)Seven SeasFML 113Japan1979
K32Y 2113Goblin "Zombie" Down Of The Dead ‎(CD, Album)Nexus K32Y 2113Japan1987
CIA 5035Goblin Zombi (Colonna Sonora Originale Del Film) ‎(LP, Album, RE)CinevoxCIA 5035Italy1980


Track listing is wrong on the back cover but right on the disc label.
Pie In The Face / Edge Of Madness are two distinct tracks on the CD which make this release 10 tracks.
Pie In The Face 1:54
Edge Of Madness 1:31


  • Barcode: 030206410624
  • Matrix / Runout: VCD-47106-1T21



When Dario Argento joined the production team of George Romero's Dawn of the Dead, he also offered the services of his resident musical score artists, Goblin, to the table. The group produced a full score for the film and Romero mixed some of the tracks with the music library stuff he favored. When the film was released in Europe as Zombi, it utilized all of the Goblin score. This album represents the full score used in the European version. Various releases of the music to Dawn of the Dead were released. The original score for the film was recorded by long-time Dario Argento collaborators Goblin. L'alba Dei Morti Viventi The Dawn of the Living Dead. Zombi Zombies. Safari Safari. Torte In Faccia Face Cakes. Ai Margini Della Follia At the Margins of Madness. Dawn Of The Dead on back cover written in black, not red. 160 gram pressing with white printing not silver and small pressing ring indentation. The track listing given on the rear cover and label is indeed correct: The first two cuts on side A are in a different order to every other release of this soundtrack. There are also subtle differences in the mixing of the cuts on this album as compared to all of the European releases which all sound pretty much identical. Pie in Face, Edge of Madness are two distinct cuts on the LP, and are not segued together as the cover and label m. Zombi Dawn Of The Dead 2006. The Evil Dead: A Nightmare Reimagined - Full Vinyl Soundtrack by Joseph Loduca. Goblin - Basement Dead. Jack Trombey - Anybody Have Any Cigarettes. Herbert Chappell, Paul Lemel. Unreleased Soundtrack Music From George A. Dawn Of The Dead. OST Stage & Screen Score. Johnny Hawksworth, Harry South. Shut It The Music Of The Sweeney - OST. Suspiria 40th Anniversary. 2017 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Crazy Night. Alien Mnml, Goblin. 2015 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Four of a Kind. Playing Dead. His music, depressive and dark, is inspired by the cold and desolate places of the southern Patagonia, and in the even darker corners of the human soul. His lyrics and music are Suspiria 40th Anniversary. 10,446 listeners. Play album. His lyrics and music are read more. Similar Artists. Play all. Michale Graves - Dawn of the Dead, Thanatos - Dawn Of The Dead, Wax Fang - Dawn of the Dead of the Night of the Hunter, Murderdolls - Dawn of the Dead, Loud Lion - Dawn of the Dead, The Beatnuts - Dawn Of , the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other for completionists 2. One thing that really surprised me the first time I heard this soundtrack was the fact that I almost didn't recognize any of the compositions. Being a huge fan of the movie which I own on DVD in both its original version and the Dario Argento's European Cut I just couldn't figure out how this music was overlooked by me. I have never seen Dawn Of The Dead, either the original or the recent remake. That film was of course George A. Romero's sequel to Night Of The Living Dead