Music From Dario Argento's Horror Movies
Released: May 2006
Really, it was a terrible idea. In 1990, Goblin's Claudio Simonetti updated his band's best-known themes for Rimini's swank club crowd, re-recording iconic themes and adding sampled screams, acid-house beats, hip-hop scratching and even, in the case of "Profondo Rosso," some truly atrocious rapping ("We're gonna start to tell you a story/ That's full of nothing/ But blood and horror, yeah/ Can't stop the killing/ Still try, try and try/ To get it off their minds/ Deep red, it's all about the blood that's dripping/ All over the place and you die, children cry"). Kitsch doesn't get better.