Monday, January 22, 2007

Metempsycho (1963) / music by Armando Sciascia



This one is not easy to describe; its not movie music in the same sense as, say, John Barry, Jerry Goldsmith or what have you. There are no melodies really, no music(!) in a sense. What we have here for the most part are musical notes, trying to establish an atmosphere. It succeeds to a certain extent; the film is apparently a horror film and the music does disorient you (although its not scary in the slightest). Yup, one listen is guaranteed to get you scratching your heads as if to ask "Wha th'fuck is this...?"

I cant say that you will like this, you probably wont ever listen to it more than once, but here it is anyway...


http://rapidshare.com/files/12945441/metem1_from_dichtung.zip.html

http://rapidshare.com/files/12945435/metem2_from_dichtung.zip.html

6 comments:

tomaz said...

hello, i download all the albuns you post here, but today i noticed i havent got this one here: "...4...3...2...1...Morte (Perry Rhodan) (1967) / music by Anton Garcia Abril and Marcello Giombini". i was hearing the main title song of this one and cant get it out of my mind... would you please reupload this one? thanks

Anonymous said...

This Metempsycho album is fantastic! What a weird blend of moods and sound effects. I love offbeat stuff like this. It's a real find.

Apani said...

Thank you for this. It is something different, but definitely worth checking out!

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Armando Sciascia knows how to make music. I have met many people who listen to him, and they all agree in the point that Armando S. has a very original style that makes him really special as a performer.

Betty Davis said...

I would like to know if you could reupload the Metempsycho album as Im very curious about it ,I love this kind of freak terror soundtracks.Thank so much for sharing all this fantastic soundtracks...your blog is a jewel!

Betty Davis said...

I would like to know if you could reupload the Metempsycho album as Im very curious about it ,I love this kind of freak terror soundtracks,Thank so much for sharing all this fantastic soundtracks...your blog is a jewel!