The full score, for the first time ever on 2LP, including 2 side of completely previously unreleased material.
One of the Maestro's most obscure, psychedelic and dark-tinged soundtracks. Still unpublished in its entirety, the score is the manifesto of the Morricone Segreto series, featuring tonal experiments, timbric intuitions, enigmatic synths, obsessive lullabies, tribal drum beats and an overall compositional complexity showing the unrivaled genius of Ennio Morricone. Originally composed for Vittorio De Sisti's "Quando l'Amore è Sensualità", the music masterfully mirrors the bloody and lustful bourgeois hypocrisy portrayed in the cult film, thanks to a striking contrast between haunting primitive sounds (representing the male fury) and uplifting, crystalline and ethereal elements (symbolising the feminine innocence). The score features "Vie-Ni", one of the most loved cuts from CAM Sugar "Morricone Segreto" collection, next to compositions featuring the whimsical and ethereal vocals by Edda Dell'Orso and furious psych-prog numbers embodying the most 'segreto' side of the Maestro.