Music Composed by Willy Brezza
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Perche’ si uccidono (aka “La merde”) is a dramatic movie directed in 1976 by Mario Macario.
The score was written by different composers. Willy Brezza was commissioned to write the score (here five instrumental tracks and one song), horror Cinema Maestro Fabio Frizzi wrote one track called “Kalù” and composed other four tracks with Simonetti, Morante, Pignatelli, Martino including the suggestive “Edda”which was performed by the fantastic voice of the Italian Cinema Edda Dell’Orso. The whole soundtrack was performed by Il Reale Impero Britannico. This is the only soundtrack of their amazing filmography/discography where Goblin used a different name and where one more time the band demonstrates a great power regarding Progressive Music. The original stereo album was carefully remastered. Thanks to this 2017 CD re-issue a new genera- tion of fans will be able to discover this great music work for a movie that today is still hard to find.
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