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Suspiria: Complete Version
Suspiria: Complete Version
Genres: Pop, Rock, Soundtracks
  •  Track Listings (11) - Disc #1

Re-Issued with Four Bonus Tracks: Suspiria (Celesta and Bells), Suspiria (Narration), Suspiria (Intro), and Markos (Alternate Version).


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All Artists: Goblin
Title: Suspiria: Complete Version
Members Wishing: 5
Total Copies: 0
Label: King Japan
Release Date: 8/3/2000
Album Type: Import, Soundtrack
Genres: Pop, Rock, Soundtracks
Styles: Progressive, Progressive Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1


Album Details
Re-Issued with Four Bonus Tracks: Suspiria (Celesta and Bells), Suspiria (Narration), Suspiria (Intro), and Markos (Alternate Version).

CD Reviews

Great Soundtrack but Get the DVD Instead
Robert W. Gomez | Chicago, IL United States | 08/04/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a great soundtrack, but you can save your money and get a lot more by purchasing the Anchor Bay 25th Anniversary DVD Set of the movie. It includes this soundtrack in addition to the movie, a making-of documentary and booklet. And it costs less than this import CD."
Goblin soundtracks Dario Argento's opus.
Joseph P. Ulibas | Sacramento, CA, USA | 06/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Suspiria was Dario Argento's opus. This was a ground breaking movie. It was a visual and audio attack on the senses. He used sight and sound like no other film maker has before ( or since). What made the film remarkable was
the synth pounding music from Goblin. A drum and synth driven soundtrack that was mixed VERY LOUD. The title track as eerie spoken word verses spoken by Claudio Simonetti (the band's leader and keyboard/synth player) because of his command of the english language. As a stand alone disc it's just as creepy. Dario Argento arranged and conducted some of the music (to keep it flowing to the movie) as well. Argento and Goblin made one hell of a team. From time to time, Goblin would reunite with Simonetti and compose music for Dario Argento as a favor to the man who made them world famous.

Highly recommended."
Wonderfully creepy and experimental pastaprog
Chet Fakir | DC | 05/13/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Goblin's Suspiria is tense, spooky, darkly melodic Italian progressive rock circa 1977. This mostly instrumental album has a palpable sense of dread that takes the listener for a dark and twisted ride. I mean it's just creepy, and unlike most soundtracks Susperia succeeds as music that can be enjoyed separately from the film. In other words it's not background music. The compositions are top notch, the musicians are virtuoso level and there is a lot of timbral variation. Bells, assorted percussion, marimba, guitar, drums and some spooky keys are used effectively to set a properly disturbing mood in compositions that range from the atmospheric to the odd and almost jazz-like. Unusual and interesting."