Robert Wm. Gomez's

Quattro Mosche Di Velluto Grigio

Artist: 
Ennio Morricone
Format: 
CD
Rating: 
10

I forgot how much I liked this score. I tend to only remember the prog-rockish opening number because it is such an integral part of the opening credits of the film. But of course there's the excellent "Come Un Madrigale"—perhaps, the most lovely decapitation music ever composed. The rest of the CD is rounded out with mostly standard giallo faire, but there's a tinge of 70's rock drums and screams added to the arrangements to tie everything to the movie's rock star protagonist.