Lizard In A Woman's Skin
DELUXE 2xLP VERSION
- 180gm vinyl with PINK / YELLOW SWIRL (Disc 1) & GREEN / BLUE SWIRL (Side 2) colored wax
- Deluxe limited to 500 copies worldwide. Light In The Attic will only receive 200!
REGULAR 2xLP VERSION
- 180gm vinyl with TRANSPARENT BLUE (Disc 1) & TRANSPARENT BLUE (Side 2) colored wax
- Double album set featuring 24 tracks clocking in at 90 minutes including a host of Previously unheard cues uncovered especially for this release.
- Includes 4-page booklet
- Cover art by Jay Shaw
DELUXE EDITION ON SALE 9AM PST SUNDAY OCTOBER 26TH
STANDARD EDITION ON SALE 9AM PST MONDAY OCTOBER 27TH
It is a proud day for Death Waltz Recording Company as we prepare to release a score by one of the biggest composers in film music history. Ennio Morricone (ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST, CINEMA PARADISO, ORCA: KILLER WHALE) has produced masterpiece after masterpiece, but none so creatively unsettling as his score to the 1971 Lucio Fulci giallo A LIZARD IN A WOMAN’S SKIN (aka UNA LUCERTOLA CON LA PELLE DI DONNA). Like many of Fulci’s movies, LIZARD blurs the line between dreams and reality, with hedonistic nightmares featuring narcotic-fuelled orgies leading to real murder that may or may not have been committed during one of the dreams.
Morricone’s music is as unhinged as the film itself, mixing post-sixties funk and jazz with increasingly uncomfortable effects to provide a haunting and biting backdrop for the turn of the century thriller. As always, elements of the maestro’s music are beautiful, with ethereal vocals by regular collaborator Edda dell’Orso, and this works even better in stark contrast with the harsher sections, with eerie woodwinds, the requisite whistling, wind instruments that sound like coyote howls, and low rhythmic bass that hits your head and your stomach at a point where you start to wonder if someone else is if the house with you. Still, if you’re going to be graphically murdered, A LIZARD IN A WOMAN’S SKIN is the soundtrack to have it done to you by.