Disco Undead (80s electronic horror soundtrack tribute)
Any other fans of this tribute to the days when horror soundtracks were chock full of eerie electronic goodness? Disco Undead is a few years old now, but it's a crackingly good album for fans of 70s/80s Italian horror classics (Zombie Flesh Eaters, Burial Ground: The Nights Of Terror, Suspiria, Deep Red, Cannibal Holocaust - composers like Fabio Frizzi, Riz Ortolani, Claudio Simonetti/Goblin) and John Carpenter's smokin' minimal electronic soundtracks to his excellent early films (Assault On Precinct 13, Halloween, Escape From New York, The Thing - okay, the last one's a Morricone soundtrack). It's a fitting tribute to the glory days of exploitation cinema (please don't use the G-word, I beg of you); eerie and spooky sounds abound - and it's toe-tappingly infectious! Good use of sampling, too, to really take you back to the films themselves. Any other fans?