Bruno Nicolai is often cited as Ennio Morricone's conductor for many of his soundtracks. I get the feeling that the two, as they both cranked out giallo scores, literally borrowed from each other during the early seventies. Les Cauchemars has the free-form experimentalism of your standard Italian thriller soundtrack. Many of the songs alternate between being based around a disjointed, percussive honky-tonk piano sound and ambient violin notes. Although there's no catchy title song, the CD good for what it is... a party ender.