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Goblin Rebirth

Goblin Rebirth

Available in 44.1 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

"... very much in the vein of the original Goblin."
- Stereogum

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1
Requiem for X
Goblin Rebirth
4:16
2
Back in 74
Goblin Rebirth
4:23
3
Book of Skulls
Goblin Rebirth
6:07
4
Mysterium
Goblin Rebirth
4:24
5
Evil in the Machine
Goblin Rebirth
6:17
6
Forest
Goblin Rebirth
6:26
7
Dark Bolero
Goblin Rebirth
4:48
8
Rebirth
Goblin Rebirth
7:36
Total Playing Time    44:17
Progressive instrumental band Goblin Rebirth from Italy features the rhythm section from the original Goblin, Fabio Pignatelli and Agostino Marangolo, joined by guitarist Giacomo Anselmi and keyboardists Aidan Zammit and Danilo Cherni. In this incarnation, they mix classic horror soundtrack sounds reminiscent of Goblin with a chillingly exciting drive that will thrill progressive fans and movie score fiends alike. Goblin Rebirth, the tale of an imaginary film about the birth of an evil goblin, sits confidently next to classic Goblin soundtracks like Suspiria, Profondo Rosso and Tenebre.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Relapse Records Studio Masters

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