Segni misteriosi, con il sangue dipinto sul muro

by Sospetto

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The debut of SOSPETTO - a perfect blend of 60´s/70´s music, but with a modern touch. Perfect for every Giallo Party or Sleaze Disco!
15 tracks of audible black gloves, bloody razors and fateful affairs, like a soundtrack of a never-filmed italian shocker.

examiner.com: Sospetto composers Christian Rzechak and Hobo Jeans have all the aces here, crafting songs which perfectly mimic the creepy and malevolent sound of classic Morricone, particularly that found on the maestro's early giallo work for director Dario Argento. (...) A dark, percussive atmosphere prevails here on the lion's share of Misteriosi-creating an atmosphere of impending dread-while other tracks tend to capture the energetic and action packaged motifs often found within the violent police thrillers of Umberto Lenzi and Stelvio Massi. (www.examiner.com/review/two-new-cineploit-releases-shine-a-light-on-the-musical-influence-of-1970s-italy)

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released November 5, 2012

All tracks composed by Christian Rzechak & Hobo Jeans
Mixed & mastered by Markus Steinhäuser
Artwork by Marc Ewert

Published by Cineploit (www.cineploit.com)

Look for the CD-Digi or the limited Vinyl/CD-Set.

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