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After finding success scoring, Dario Argento’s wildly popular Deep Red (aka Profondo Rosso) (1975) and Suspiria (1977), the previously unknown Italian progressive rock band Goblin were suddenly overnight rock stars, as well as in-demand film composers. On this episode of Scored to Death Radio, host [and author] J. Blake Fichera continues his detailed exploration into Goblin’s complicated history and their extensive TV & film work—this time focusing on the years 1978 and 1979.
So, pull up a seat, and get comfy with a glass of J&B because tonight Scored to Death Radio is once again setting sail on a fantastic voyage into late 1970s Italy with the band Goblin.
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