PAURA: A Collection Of Italian Horror Sounds From The CAM Sugar Archives
PAURA is the new compilation presented by CAM Sugar and Decca Records exploring the music of Italian horror cinema from the ‘70s and ‘80s, featuring rare and unreleased tracks remastered from the original tapes stored in the CAM Sugar archives.
PAURA features some of the most refined and evocative compositions ever written for horror and giallo films, including the likes of Oscar-winning Ennio Morricone, Riz Ortolani, and Stelvio Cipriani, alongside lesser-known composers who changed the course of Italian cinema like Daniele Patucchi, Marcello Giombini, Berto Pisano, and exceptional guests of the caliber of Edda Dell’Orso, the unmistakable vocalist of Ennio Morricone, and Goblin, the prog outfit mostly renowned for their collaboration with Dario Argento.
Exclusive collectors’ box set limited to 2000 numbered copies worldwide including:
• One tombstone-shaped box
• One red splattered 2LP vinyl featuring an alternate cover artwork
• One exclusive 45rpm vinyl featuring 2 bonus tracks: “L’Ossessa” by Marcello Giombini, and “Le Facce della Morte” by Daniele Patucchi (completely unreleased)
• One 24”x36” poster with the original and extended “PAURA” artwork
• One exclusive fanzine featuring a selection of the original film posters