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3.47 | 30 ratings | 2 reviews | 13% 5 stars

Good, but non-essential

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Studio Album, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Non Ho Sonno (4:07)
2. Killer On The Train (5:54)
3. Endless Love (4:38)
4. Arpeggio- End Title (4:27)
5. Ulisse (4:06)
6. Death Farm
- Movie Soundtracks
The Death Farm Animals:
7. The Pig (4:57)
8. The Cat (3:15)
9. The Swan (1:38)
10. The Rabbit (3:13)
11. Inquires (1:37)
12. Associated dead (3:59)
13. Final White Week (4:46)
14. Non Ho Sonno- Main Title (1:56)

Total time 48:33

Line-up / Musicians

- Massimo Morante / acoustic & electric guitars
- Maurizio Guarini / keyboards, programming
- Fabio Pignatelli / bass, programming
- Agostino Marangolo / drums

- Vesna Duganova / soprano vocals (3)
- Antonio Marangolo / sax (5)

Releases information

Soundtrack from the 2001 movie directed by Dario Argento

CD Cinevox ‎- CD MDF 342 (2001, Italy)
CD Cinevox ‎- CD OST-PK 033 (2017, Italy)

LP AMS ‎- AMS LP 33 (2011, Italy) New cover

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GOBLIN Non Ho Sonno (OST) ratings distribution

(30 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(13%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(53%)
Good, but non-essential (20%)
Collectors/fans only (7%)
Poor. Only for completionists (7%)

GOBLIN Non Ho Sonno (OST) reviews

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Review by philippe
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3 stars The famous Goblin are back with a soundtrack for Dario Argento. In Non Ho Sonno the idea is to bring back to the fore the original sound of the band and turns it into a modern way. The result is good but not transcendant. The emphasis is put on grandiose-elegant-symphonic synth waves, efficient melodies and heavy-trashy guitars. The dark, evil, funky aspects of classic recordings as Profondo Rosso, Suspiria have gone to give the priority to rather artificial, voluminous sounds. I don't like much this musical turn but I must admit that it's far better than scores written by the band in the 80s. Sleepless introduces us into an epic-horror symphony dominated by killer guitar notes and really mellow keyboards. Killer on the train is a massive, twisted electronic excursion with ultra heavy guitars, really loud keyboards, slowly escalating into a deep nightmarish horror ambience, among the best compositions. Endless love is a poor, cheap mysterious ballad with atrocious synths but it contains nice, eloquent guitar parts. Arpeggio- End Title is a hammering obscure symphony that is a reminiscence of Goblin's The Church. I don't have any comments for the piece Ulysse which is nothing else that a cheesymelodic instrumental for langurous piano / sax parts, this could be written for an old 80's kitsch porno, ridiculous! Death Farm is the creepiest, heaviest and surely the most progressive composition in this album, a solid, gorgeous, tormented hard rockin' piece with complex, ferocious keys arrangements. Not really amazing but an honest come back.

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4 stars Non Ho Sonno is one of my favorite Goblin albums. Although I adore their soundtracks for Profondo Rosso, Tenebrae and Zombi, I feel that Suspiria has essentially one great track (the main one) and a bunch of things that work well for a movie and some funky lounge music that bores me, and all of the ... (read more)

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