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Non Ho Sonno [Limited Edition, Soundtrack, Import]

Goblin Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (4 Mar 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition, Soundtrack, Import
  • Label: Cine Video
  • ASIN: B00005BGT4
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 247,865 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  1. Non ho sonno 4:050.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Killer On the Train 5:550.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Endless Love 4:360.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Arpeggio End Title 4:180.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Ulisse 4:050.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Death Farm 4:070.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Pig 4:550.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Cat 3:140.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Swan 1:370.89  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Rabbit 3:120.89  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Inquiries 1:370.89  Buy MP3 
Listen12. Associated Dead 3:590.89  Buy MP3 
Listen13. Final White Week 4:480.89  Buy MP3 
Listen14. Non ho sonno - Main Title 1:590.89  Buy MP3 

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5.0 out of 5 stars Goblin this one up 19 Mar 2008
By J. C
Format:Audio CD
Reunited to work again with Italian master of horror Dario Argento, Goblin (Agostino Marangolo, Fabio Pignatelli, Massimo Morante and Claudio Simonetti) show they have lost none of there knack for capturing the world of black gloved killers and twisted murder sprees in this at times thunderous sountrack. The main title is grand in scale and demands to be played loud, and the track Killer on the Train puts you right there with it's sense of urgency that builds magnificantly recalling similar themes in Tenebrae although with a harder edge that the whole score has, in contrast the track Endless Love is quite a beautiful piano piece with haunting vocals overlapping it. Argento must have been very happy to be working with the band again as after several misfires No Ho Sonno was something of a triumph.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Repeat: Buy this CD 9 Mar 2012
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Never heard of Goblin before and don't watch strange horror flix but this is compelling stuff. Heard it on PROG FM and had to download it. Amazon is cheaper than iTunes to the bargain. If you've got a crap stereo then this will be the most expensive CD purchase you will ever make because you will be upgrading it after listening to this.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
By "nessuno@iwon.com" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is an excellent soundtrack. I have not seen the film,but I can't wait after hearing this soundtrack. I can just picture the cold calculating murder that must dwell about in this film.Goblin always reminds me of a futuristic but primal plague of technological horror,and the collapse of sanity. One collection of track's that is extremely interesting is Death Farm Animals,it is like a mini suite of menace. I am so glad that Goblin(the original)is back together again making soundtracks. I would love to see them collaborate with Ennio Morricone sometime in the future.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Buy This CD Now 15 Jun 2001
By John Peterson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
When I heard that Goblin was contributing to Dario Argento's new movie and that the CD was issued I was a little apprehensive about the whole thing; both produced their best work when collaborating together but that was almost twenty years ago. They couldn't possibly reach such a high standard today.
Boy was I wrong!!!
This may very well be Goblin's best recording yet! I totally agree with the other reviewer about the Death Farm Animals segment but you know what? There isn't a bad track on this CD! It's very modern sounding yet timeless. It's hard to believe these guys haven't been together for over twenty years! Even if you're just a casual fan of Goblin don't let this CD slip through your fingers (as I almost did). You'd be missing out, big time!
Now if Dario's movie is as good as this soundtrack......
Come on U.S. distributers! Get off your butts and start treating Dario's films and American audiences with some respect!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Review - Nonhosonno 21 Feb 2002
By Michael Mellor - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This new soundtrack is truly a work of art, Goblin reunited by Dario Argento for his new film Nonhosonno (sleepless). The music is fantastic Goblin's best to date. The recording mixed by Simonetti and Pignatelli is of excellent quality and crystal clear. Let me say a few words about the limited edition digipak. It features a fold out cover with a written intro by Dario and another by Goblin. It also features 4 snapshots of the band members with their corresponding signatures, truly magnificent. The packing and artwork is superb to say the least. A last word on the music itself, it's reminiscent of Phenomena and Suspiria, lots of heavy riffs and cool synths also Antonio Marangolo plays saxophone on track 5. Goblin are back and they're bad!
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5.0 out of 5 stars This soundtrack album is out of this world! 20 Aug 2001
By S. Richardson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is a quite remarkable recording from Goblin, the prog rock group who have scored many of Dario Argento's films and projects. The soundtrack is quite breathtaking and the group are especially great on their instruments. This soundtrack really does deliver. The album consists of the main theme which is absolutely brilliant, a use of sythesizers and heavy guitar riffs and a number of different animal titles from a section called Death Farm. The band have been around since the 70's but you wouldn't think they had been away a single day, the music is full of vitality and is especially exciting and thrilling. Tracks such as Killer on the Train are menacingly brilliant, with heavy guitars and synths. This album is rock, some of it is quite heavy but it also includes softer melodies with some relaxing piano and sax. Overall a great return to form from Italian rock group Goblin and Dario Argento. I can only give top marks.
4.0 out of 5 stars One of Goblin's best... 26 Oct 2013
By S. Craig Zahler - Published on Amazon.com
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Nonhosonno is one of my favorite Goblin albums. Although I adore their soundtracks for Profondo Rosso, Tenebrae and Zombi, I feel that Suspiria has essentially one great track (the main one) and a bunch of things that work well for a movie and some funky lounge music that bores me, and all of the albums without Simonetti and Morante (such Patrick and Contamination and Buio Omega) are interesting jazz/progressive scores, but not as good as the Simonetti driven stuff.

This album reunites one of the greatest rhythm sections ever--Marangolo (drums) and Pignatelli (bass) with Simonetti (keyboards) and Morante (guitar) and the classic Goblin feel is here. Sure, the drums have a different, more modern "big studio" feel (rather than the "traps" of old), but the way this band operates is the same--four instruments that alternately take center stage while crafting creepy, lush progressive rock.

The only real complaint I have about Nonhosonno is that (like many albums made in the CD era) it simply has too much material. The first six cuts are all good or great, especially Death Farm Animals, Killer on the Train, and the lush title cut with its floral ivory arpeggios, oscillating riff from Morante, and great stuttering drums fills by Marangolo. Had the album ended there or had another song or two of this caliber, it would probably be my second favorite Goblin record ever, right behind Roller, but that is only the halfway point of the album. So, since this is a soundtrack, most of the melodies in the first six songs are then revisited in shorter, less compelling variations that were needed for the movie. All of these reprises are pretty good--but with the exception of the porcine lurker, The Pig, the material was done best the first time Goblin gives it to you and this stuff feel like bonus track material, not part of the album proper. Additionally, you'll hear some of the themes repeated three or four or five times in a fifty minute experiences, which is a reprise or two or three too many.

Still, this album is highly recommended. Nonhosonno has about twenty minutes of music that compares to the best stuff on Zombi or Phenomenon or Tenebrae (not reaching the peaks of Roller or Profondo Rosso), and is superior to all the Goblin stuff without Simonetti, though Back to the Goblin, which has everyone but Simonetti, is almost as good as this. Nonhosonno is an admirable and worthwhile (and brief) reunification the RPI masters...
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