Mondo To Release OST For PORNO HOLOCAUST And WEREWOLF WOMAN!

Our friends at Mondo have some good stuff this week with some original soundtrack releases for the cult films, Porno Holocaust and Werewolf Woman. Check out the details and ordering info below.

From The Press Release

Hi All – this week we have an X-rated Italian sleazefest for you in the shape of PORNO HOLOCAUST and WEREWOLF WOMAN. Plus, we have brand new exclusive release from One Way Static (NEKROMANTIK, DER TODESKING and final remaining copies of COBRA VERDE), along with the wonderful IT COMES AT NIGHT from our friends at Milan Records.

As always, new releases go on sale Wednesdays at NOON (CT).

DEATH WALTZ
Porno Holocaust – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.
 Music by Nico Fidenco. Artwork by Corlen Kruger. Pressed on 180 Gram red, Green & White Vinyl. $30
PORNO HOLOCAUST is an outrageous 1981 Italian sexploitation horror schlock from Joe D’Amato. A group of scientists land on a deserted island to discover a rather well endowed radioactive sex-crazed monster that takes a liking to the female scientists in the group. Loaded with X-rated sex scenes and generous amounts of blood and gore, it’s sleazy enough to avoid showing your parents or loved ones. The score by Nico Fidenco is another one of his incredible blends of funk, moody synth and fuzzed-out disco. Easily up there with ZOMBIE HOLOCAUST and his EMANUELLE films. Essential stuff from an unsung maestro. First time ever on vinyl.

DEATH WALTZ
Werewolf Woman – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Music by Lallo Gori. Artwork by Luke Insect. Pressed on 180g colour in colour vinyl & housed inside a 425gsm gloss varnish gatefold jacket. $30

WEREWOLF WOMAN (original title LA LUPA MANNA) is a 1976 Italian exploitation sleazefest with the emphasis on sex and violence. A beautiful young woman channels an ancient family lycanthropy curse into her hatred of men stemmed from horrific abuse at a young age. She finds, seduces, and rips out the throats of all suitors she stumbles across. It’s the kind of film that could (only?) be made by Italian’s in the ’70s with serious story undertones giving way to ever more blatant sex, nudity and blood. The score by Coriolano “Lallo” Gori is absolutely wild and we can’t believe it isn’t more well-known than it is. Propulsive percussion, theremins, mono synths, funk and jazz collide to create an incredibly captivating listen. Wild synths bubbling over skittering jazz drums is thrilling enough, but Gori intersperses some beautiful mellow themes throughout to temper the madness.

500 copies pressed on 180g colour in colour vinyl housed inside a 425gsm gloss varnish gatefold jacket.

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Nekromantik – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
. Released on One Way Static Records. Black & GREY swirl vinyl ltd to 200 copies worldwide. $25
One Way Static Records presents: Jörg Buttgereit’s NEKROMANTIK Original 1987 Motion Picture Soundtrack by Daktari Lorenz, Hermann Kopp and John Boy Walton.

The NEKROMANTIK score strikes a perfect balance of beauty, horror, joy and dissonance. The score is both minimalistic and hauntingly atmospheric at the core, and yet remarkably complex at the same time. A wide variety of instruments and sound effects are utilized throughout its making.

One Way Static released this exceptional soundtrack back in 2015 and it sold out in a matter of weeks. Due to ever-increasing popular demand over the years, today we proudly present to you a brand-new limited vinyl pressing with new cover art. This release also comes with an insert containing exclusive and extensive liner notes. Available as a limited classic black vinyl edition and as a color vinyl variant (200 copies black and grey swirl vinyl).

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Der Todesking – Original Soundtrack. Released on One Way Static Records. Black Smoke vinyl ltd to 300 copies worldwide. $25
One Way Static Records presents: Jörg Buttgereit’s DER TODESKING (Original 1989 Expanded Motion Picture Soundtrack by Daktari Lorenz, Hermann Kopp and John Boy Walton.

The Lo-Fi synthesizer music in the movie is dark and quirky and contributes an essential part of the movie’s atmosphere; it’s something you would very, very rarely hear otherwise. The main theme of the movie, “Die Fahrt ins Reich der Menschentrümmer part I-III” is a classical masterpiece. The score for DER TODESKING displays the dynamic ability and range of the composers. It strikes a perfect balance of beauty, horror, joy and dissonance. The score is both minimalistic and hauntingly atmospheric at the core, and yet remarkably complex at the same time. A wide variety of instruments and sound effects are utilized throughout its making.

One Way Static now proudly presents for the first time on vinyl as an expanded release, the complete soundtrack to DER TODESKING. This limited vinyl release contains the original soundtrack (released back in 1990 as a limited 7” EP) and unreleased material sourced from recently discovered tapes.

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It Comes at Night – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Released on Milan Records. Music composed by Brian McOmber. Pressed on 180 gram black vinyl. Comes with 12″ x 12″ credit insert featuring the nightmarish face of a sick man. $23
The original score to IT COMES AT NIGHT was composed by Brian McOmber (KRISHA), a former member of acclaimed indie band Dirty Projectors. McOmber’s score utilizes synths, lonesome strings and the occasional tribal drum, which conjures a kind of primal darkness in the music that is both foreboding and deeply unsettling. A rising star to keep an ear out for, McOmber delivers a score that will grip you and never let go.
WILD BEASTS
A bona fide Italian horror masterpiece. This marks the first time that Daniele Patucchi’s score has ever been released on vinyl. His work here undercuts the wild action and is actually quite sombre in tone. Armed with a battery of synthesisers and processed animal effects, he manages to craft a score that is a world away from the usual Italian soundtracks that graced films in this period.
THE BEAST IN SPACE
Death Waltz Recording Company is proud to present the pulsating Italian synth score to director Alfonso Brescia’s 1980 sci-fi adult action film, THE BEAST IN SPACE (La Bestia nello Spazio). Veteran Italian composer Marcello Giombini, credited in the film as Pluto Kennedy (best sci-fi pseudonym ever?), delivers a brilliant synth and effects-heavy score that was not only fitting of the outlandish images on the screen, but also clearly influenced by Wendy Carlos’ A CLOCKWORK ORANGE synth work

About Michael Juvinall (1128 Articles)

I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all around affinity for things that go bump in the night!

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