Waxwork Records is Bringing These Argento Classics to Vinyl
Profondo Rosso, Inferno, and Phenomena make their way to vinyl.
By Jay Gervais
In celebration of Dario Argento’s 78th birthday, Waxwork Records is bringing three of his filmmaker's soundtracks to vinyl this Friday. The new releases are Profondo Rosso (Deep Red), Inferno, and Phenomena! Have a look at all three of the cover slips below, which were provided to Consequence of Sound by the retailer.
The press release from Consequence of Sound also revealed details on each item as well. Let’s have a look below at each title and what you can expect.
Profondo Rosso comes pressed on 180-gram 3xLP “Bloodied Doll” colored vinyl with Goblin’s expanded and complete original score for the first time ever, artwork by Italian Illustration Collective MALLEUS, and triple gatefold packaging.
Inferno comes pressed on 180-gram 2xLP “Mater Tenebrarum” colored vinyl (Red and Pink Swirl Vinyl with Gold Splatter on disc one; Opaque Blue and Translucent Blue Swirl Vinyl with Gold Splatter on disc two) with Keith Emerson’s expanded and complete original score for the first time ever, artwork by Italian Illustration Collective MALLEUS, and deluxe packaging.
Phenomena comes pressed on 180-gram 2xLP (“Insects and Earth” Blue and Green Swirl with Gold Splatter on disc one; “Telekinesis” Opaque Orange and Translucent Orange Swirl with Green Splatter on disc two) with Goblin’s expanded and complete original score for the first time ever, artwork by Killian Eng, an 11″x11″ art print, and a heavy, old-style gatefold jacket with film laminate gloss coating.
Right now, you have a chance to win the bundle by visiting Consequence of Sound and following the instructions to enter. Otherwise, you can order all three of the titles starting this Friday directly from Waxwork Records.
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