Title: Sexadellio Dance Party
Format: MP3 FLAC MOD MMF VQF RA ASF VOX DXD
FLAC size: 1766 mb | MP3 size: 1265 mb | WMA size: 1508 mb
To be generous, if you're throwing a 1960s-themed Halloween party and need mood music, then this album has no peer. Consisting of rock-orchestral music composed by the German duo of Manfred Hübler and Siegfried Schwab, this album is the soundtrack to an obscure softcore horror/porn movie from 1969, and the music would probably give even Austin Powers nightmares. Tasteless fuzz guitar, big echoey horn parts, terribly played sitar, a strange, cheesy organ - this is every '60s-era musical cliché come to life (or undeath).
The soundtrack to Vampyros Lesbos was released as Vampyros Lesbos: Sexadelic Dance Party on compact disc in 1995 by Motel Records. The music on the album is compiled from the albums Psychedelic Dance Party and Sexadelic and consists of film music of three Franco films: Vampyros Lesbos, She Killed in Ecstacy and The Devil Came From Akasava. For diehard fans of low-budget cult cinema, Jess Franco is among the great directors-his style somewhere between European versions of Roger Corman's Mondo sexploitation and Andy Warhol's hardcore improv. His films Vampyros Lesbos, The.
This album was dedicated to Soledad Miranda, the star of the film, who tragically died in a car crash before its release on the way to sign a multi film contract with Jess Franco. Viva Soledad Miranda. Vampires Lesbos music Originally recorded in 1969.
Vampyros Lesbos (Spanish: Las Vampiras) is a 1971 West German-Spanish horror film directed and co-written by Jesús Franco. Westinghouse has a series of erotic dreams that involve a mysterious vampire woman who seduces her before feeding on her blood. The film's score became popular in the mid-1990s when it was included on the compilation Vampyros Lesbos: Sexadelic Dance Party, an album that became a top ten hit on the British Alternative charts. On a remote island, beautiful bloodsucker Countess Nadine Carody (Soledad Miranda) lures unwary victims with her seductive nightclub act and sets her sights on Linda (Ewa Strömberg).
Music composed and arranged 1969 for Vampiros Lesbos directed by Jesus Franco and exploited in Germany under Vampyros Lesbos: Die Erbin des Dracula. Recorded at Audio Tonstudio, Berlin 1969 and Ariola Studios, Meistersaal, Berlin 1969
Vampyros Lesbos (Sexadelic Dance Party), 1969. Vampire Sound Inc. Droge CX 9, 05:13.
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