Italian prog rock band Goblin have announced a reissue for one of their most celebrated works, the Dario Argento-directed Suspiria soundtrack. Originally released in 1977, the horror film score is getting the box set treatment for its 40th anniversary. Cinevox and AMS Records are releasing standard edition and Peacock version box sets, which are out, of course, this Halloween (October 31). Both box sets feature reproductions of the original soundtrack in LP format, a 10" clear red record with unpublished and rare tracks, a CD and DVD set with original soundtrack bonus tracks and a documentary with Argento and Goblin interviews, and two 64-page books (in Italian and English) with a Suspiria analysis by Fabio Capuzzo. The Peacock version, which is limited to 150 copies in total, includes a foam interior design with a carved Suspiria logo and a handcrafted peacock feather stiletto (an object that appears in the movie).
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