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Suspiria has some trippy experimental-sounding music on it, so one person's "consistent" might not be another's. Great score but I've always preferred Zombi aka Dawn Of The Dead to that one.
I understand the 'consistency' bit, but when something like a goofy, boogie piano piece comes through the speakers (a piece on 'Zombi' - don't recall the title) I think "eek".......that lets the whole thing down (for me), but as I mentioned earlier, maybe in the context of the films, it probably makes perfect sense.


I love "Torta en Faccia!" I know what you mean. A couple tracks on Zombi stand out like that.
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There's an album called 'Amo Non Amo' - side 1 features tracks to the film of the same name (starring Jacqueline Bissett) and side 2 is compilation of 4 tracks from earlier albums.  Side 1 is pretty weak.  Not the 'Goblin' many of us have come to love.

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Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

There's an album called 'Amo Non Amo' - side 1 features tracks to the film of the same name (starring Jacqueline Bissett) and side 2 is compilation of 4 tracks from earlier albums.  Side 1 is pretty weak.  Not the 'Goblin' many of us have come to love.



I have the title track and one other on one of the Goblin Rarities CDs that Cinevox issued. Yeah, that's an oddball. I actually do NOT own the actual soundtrack. As much a Goblin freak as I am, I never felt like shelling out for it.
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^ what a great piece of work that is! Not one bad track of Suspiria if you ask me. Love Black Forest/Black Concert. One of the longest songs they ever did. ;)
'Suspiria' is amazing - probably is their most consistent from the albums I have (8 - including the Reale Brittanico album) Thumbs Up - otherwise it's Cherry Five all the way.


Oh I do like Your enthusiasm here for Cherry 5. Sadly, I've not picked it up yet Tom, but when I do i will be sure to let ya know mr. Suspiria Tom. And with that purchase I'll have 8 Goblin albums as well. ;)
Threshold still have all the goods that makes them one of the best classic rock/Prog metal bands in the world. 2014's For The Journey is worth a serious listen.
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Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

^ what a great piece of work that is! Not one bad track of Suspiria if you ask me. Love Black Forest/Black Concert. One of the longest songs they ever did. ;)
'Suspiria' is amazing - probably is their most consistent from the albums I have (8 - including the Reale Brittanico album) Thumbs Up - otherwise it's Cherry Five all the way.


Oh I do like Your enthusiasm here for Cherry 5. Sadly, I've not picked it up yet Tom, but when I do i will be sure to let ya know mr. Suspiria Tom. And with that purchase I'll have 8 Goblin albums as well. ;)
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Cherry Five are more Yes than Goblin.  I just love the album, end to end.  If you dig Yes, you should be impressed with this one.  Here's news (LOL) - I haven't listened to 'Roller' for many, many years Shocked...........
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Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

^ what a great piece of work that is! Not one bad track of Suspiria if you ask me. Love Black Forest/Black Concert. One of the longest songs they ever did. ;)
'Suspiria' is amazing - probably is their most consistent from the albums I have (8 - including the Reale Brittanico album) Thumbs Up - otherwise it's Cherry Five all the way.
Oh I do like Your enthusiasm here for Cherry 5. Sadly, I've not picked it up yet Tom, but when I do i will be sure to let ya know mr. Suspiria Tom. And with that purchase I'll have 8 Goblin albums as well. ;)
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Cherry Five are more Yes than Goblin.  I just love the album, end to end.  If you dig Yes, you should be impressed with this one.  Here's news (LOL) - I haven't listened to 'Roller' for many, many years Shocked...........


Tom. I just bought it. Found a new copy for 11$. Should get it in the mail in 2 weeks.
I love Yes, so I'll be looking forward to this. Hey hey! Make it 8 now!! Lol
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Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

^ what a great piece of work that is! Not one bad track of Suspiria if you ask me. Love Black Forest/Black Concert. One of the longest songs they ever did. ;)
'Suspiria' is amazing - probably is their most consistent from the albums I have (8 - including the Reale Brittanico album) Thumbs Up - otherwise it's Cherry Five all the way.
Oh I do like Your enthusiasm here for Cherry 5. Sadly, I've not picked it up yet Tom, but when I do i will be sure to let ya know mr. Suspiria Tom. And with that purchase I'll have 8 Goblin albums as well. ;)
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Cherry Five are more Yes than Goblin.  I just love the album, end to end.  If you dig Yes, you should be impressed with this one.  Here's news (LOL) - I haven't listened to 'Roller' for many, many years Shocked...........


Tom. I just bought it. Found a new copy for 11$. Should get it in the mail in 2 weeks.
I love Yes, so I'll be looking forward to this. Hey hey! Make it 8 now!! Lol
Bargain !!  By no means a Yes clone, but similar styling.  Pignatelli plays bass like Squire, a Rickenbacker too Thumbs Up
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Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

^ what a great piece of work that is! Not one bad track of Suspiria if you ask me. Love Black Forest/Black Concert. One of the longest songs they ever did. ;)
'Suspiria' is amazing - probably is their most consistent from the albums I have (8 - including the Reale Brittanico album) Thumbs Up - otherwise it's Cherry Five all the way.
Oh I do like Your enthusiasm here for Cherry 5. Sadly, I've not picked it up yet Tom, but when I do i will be sure to let ya know mr. Suspiria Tom. And with that purchase I'll have 8 Goblin albums as well. ;)
!!!!!
Cherry Five are more Yes than Goblin.  I just love the album, end to end.  If you dig Yes, you should be impressed with this one.  Here's news (LOL) - I haven't listened to 'Roller' for many, many years Shocked...........
Tom. I just bought it. Found a new copy for 11$. Should get it in the mail in 2 weeks. I love Yes, so I'll be looking forward to this. Hey hey! Make it 8 now!! Lol
Bargain !!  By no means a Yes clone, but similar styling.  Pignatelli plays bass like Squire, a Rickenbacker too Thumbs Up


I know I'm gonna love it. Members from Goblin being completely symphonic I shall adore. Another side to the amazing talents of certain Goblin members. I hear the vocals are nice as well when talking about this album in the RPI Den. ;)
Threshold still have all the goods that makes them one of the best classic rock/Prog metal bands in the world. 2014's For The Journey is worth a serious listen.
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^ Tony Tartarini - also from Uovo di Colombo.
I remember a friend of mine came across a Funk compilation disc and the track 'Snip Snap' was one of the cuts !!
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I really love this Show! Its just Awesome..thanks for sharing such wonderful information and pictures. I am eagerly waiting to attend shows again and again..
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THANK YOU for posting this!  I wouldn't have known about the upcoming (first ever) Toronto show otherwise.

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^ see you there, Blart!!! It's gonna be great. I'll be at the front going crazy when they play Mad Puppet live.
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Call out a "Play all of `Roller'!!" for me, Nick!

I actually did this at their first Melbourne show, and it even turned up on the boot of the show! Naughty recorder must not have been too far away!
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Call out a "Play all of `Roller'!!" for me, Nick!


They'd have to be haul me away in a straitjacket on a stretcher if they did due to the mixture of disbelief/euphoria!
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^^ guys. I've listened to about 12 different Goblin albums and I have to say that ROLLER really is their best piece of music. I think I would have to be wheeled in with a mask, on an upward stretcher nicely tied up like Hannibal Lecter if I were to find out that ROLLER would be played in is entirety.

Good call guys! Good call.
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Hey Progbethyname... sounds like a plan!  :-)  I'm hoping to drive in from Waterloo with a couple of friends if the schedule works out.
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