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Goblin / Goblin Rebirth / New Goblins

Goblin / Goblin Rebirth / New Goblins
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Italy
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Goblin is an Italian progressive rock band known for their soundtracks for Dario Argento films (including Profondo Rosso (Deep Red) in 1975 and Suspiria in 1977). They were initially named Cherry Five and were influenced by Genesis and King Crimson. Their early work spawned one eponymous progressive rock record. The band was then called in as a replacement for composer Giorgio Gaslini, who had left the film Profondo Rosso after a conflict with director Dario Argento. They changed their name to Goblin and rewrote most of the score, including the famous main theme. The soundtrack albums were huge hits. They also released one soundtrack using the name Il Reale Impero Britannico. After many inactive years, the band reformed in 2000 for another soundtrack, and have remained active in various configurations featuring various membership under the names New Goblins and Goblin Rebirth.
Website
http://www.backtothegoblin.com
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Releases on file (13)
Goblin Rebirth — Alive Goblin Rebirth — Alive
(Black Widow BWRCD 182-2, 2016, 2CD)
Goblin — Four of a Kind Goblin — Four of a Kind
(Black Widow BTTF 005, 2015, CD)
Goblin Rebirth — Goblin Rebirth Goblin Rebirth — Goblin Rebirth
(Bandcamp no#, 2015, CD)
Daemonia — Dawn of the Dead / Zombi Daemonia — Dawn of the Dead / Zombi
(Black Widow , 2009/2013, CD)
Goblin — The Fantastic Journey in the Best of Goblin, Vol.1 Goblin — The Fantastic Journey in the Best of Goblin, Vol.1
(Cinevox CD MDF 336, 2000, 2CD)
Goblin — Phenomena (The Complete Original Instrumental Sound Track Album) Goblin — Phenomena (The Complete Original Instrumental Sound Track Album)
(Cinevox CD MDF 303, 1985/1997, CD)
Simonetti / Pignatelli / Morante (Goblin) — Tenebre Simonetti / Pignatelli / Morante (Goblin) — Tenebre
(Nexus KICP 2864, 1982/2000, CD)
Goblin — Patrick Goblin — Patrick
(Cinvox CD MDF 330, 1979/2001, CD)
Goblin — Il Fantastico Viaggio del Goblin — Il Fantastico Viaggio del "Bagarozzo" Mark
(Nexus KICP 2866, 1978/2000, CD)
Stelvio Cipriani (with Goblin) — Solamente Nero Stelvio Cipriani (with Goblin) — Solamente Nero
(Lucertola LMCD 005, 1978/1995, CD)
Goblin — Suspiria Goblin — Suspiria
(Nexus KICP 2861, 1977/2000, CD)
Goblin — Roller Goblin — Roller
(Belle Antique BELLE 101664, 1976/2010, CD)
Goblin / Giorgio Gaslini — Profundo Rosso: The Complete Edition Goblin / Giorgio Gaslini — Profundo Rosso: The Complete Edition
(CD MDF 301, 1975/1997, CD)

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