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Tracklist

A1 Suoni Dalle Ombre Oltre
A2 Adreana e Leonora
A3 Voci Dalle Ombre Oltre
B1 Il Sogno di Leonora
B2 Fra Nerezza e Luce
B3 Consumato

Notes

Crème managed to license this superb Giallo soundtrack from the vaults of Francesco Clemente, a forgotten Italian producer. When the movie was withdrawn due to monetary problems, this insane synthesizer gem landed on the shelf to collect dust. It was only years later that it was rediscovered by a Japanese collector who has so far kept it for himself, but after persuasive words from the Crème management decided to share it with the world. Mastered from the original tapes.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Crème 12-15 Francesco Clemente Suoni Dalle Ombre Oltre ‎(12", W/Lbl) Crème Organization Crème 12-15 Netherlands 2004
Crème 12-15 Francesco Clemente Suoni Dalle Ombre Oltre ‎(6xFile, MP3, 320) Crème Organization Crème 12-15 Netherlands 2014


Francesco Clemente - Suoni Dalle Ombre Oltre download free
Performer: Francesco Clemente
Genre: Electronic
Title: Suoni Dalle Ombre Oltre
Country: Netherlands
Released: 2004
Style: Italo-Disco, Electro
MP3 version ZIP size: 1628 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1972 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 625
Other Formats: MIDI MPC MOD WAV XM AC3 VQF

Silly Dog
A rather short (about 20 minutes) but great early 80s electronic soundtrack, sounding a bit like early John Carpenter work but more twisted and dark. A crickety drum machine (probably a CR-78 or CR-8000) provides a thin, synthetic backdrop for both lush and sharp eerie dark room synth tones. Highly recommended, I just wish it was about twice as long at this kind of quality. So now the search begins for the original film!
Ueledavi
A brilliant slice of analogue synth darkness, but I've always thought this to be a modern "fake," right from it's 2004 release, and that no such project or producer ever existed. The story about the lost movie doesn't quite work with the rest of the tale and if this were once a real project - and that Crème acquired rights to the music - there would be credits pertaining to it somewhere on the LP. I think this is a "new" work masquerading as a lost release (see Jimi Entley Sound etc) but would be interested to hear more opinions. Anyone got proof to the contrary?