|1.||SIDE I: Kill Them All!|
|8.||SIDE II: To Jean|
|9.||2. Senza Tregua|
|10.||3. Il Deserto|
|11.||4. Souk Tawil|
|12.||5. Inchiesta (Alternate)|
|13.||6. Kill Them All!|
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Fuzz guitars, go-go beats, weird exotic soundscapes and Doris Troy screaming about gizzards. Only in Rome, only in 1971. Brilliant but overlooked composer Berto Pisano and (we suspect) his no less talented brother Franco Pisano (working under the name Jacques Chaumont) to craft the perfect score for this drug-fuelled piece of cinematic mayhem.
Recorded at the Orthophonic Recording Studio, Roma 1971 and remastered in 2014 from the original stereo album master tapes this LP includes 2 previously unreleased tracks (one a haunting vocalization from ill-fated star Jean Seberg). Featuring extensive and exclusive liner notes by Alvin Lucia (documenting the largely unknown and quite incredible history of the making of Kill!) plus original artwork and rare photos/ephemera.
Deluxe 180 Gram Limited Edition LP with inner sleeve. Includes two unreleased tracks not on the original General Music LP.
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