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The Italian progressive rock band Goblin found unexpected success throughout the mid to late 1970s as one of their country’s premiere film score creators—crafting music that helped shape the sound of horror films to this day. However, stereotyping and creative tensions caused the group’s line-up of members to change frequently and even breakup in the following decades.
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 1980 through 2001, and playing selections from their scores for Tenebre, Phenomena, The Church, and more.
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