Ennio Morricone

Exorcist II: The Heretic OST

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Limited LP : Indies Exclusive Orange/Black Swirl Vinyl

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In one of his first forays into big budget Hollywood, Ennio Morricone handed in one of his weirdest, eeriest scores - Rolling Stone (top 35 greatest horror soundtracks)

From the beautiful to the absolutely demented, while still playing in the same sandbox. Once you get to the deranged Satanic prog rock of “Magic And Ecstasy,” it hits you: this is the craziest we’ve ever heard Morricone. And it’s amazing.

“I like the first Exorcist, because of the Catholic guilt I have, and because it scared the hell out of me; but The Heretic surpasses it”. Martin Scorsese

  1. Regan’s Theme (Finale)
  2. Pazuzu (Theme From Exorcist II)
  3. Interrupted Melody (Suspended Sound)
  4. Rite Of Magic
  5. Little Afro-Flemish Mass
  6. Great Bird Of The Sky
  7. Magic And Ecstasy
  8. Seduction And Magic
  9. Regan’s Theme (Floating Sound)
  10. Dark Revelation
  11. Night Flight
  12. Interrupted Melody



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David B.
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I recommend this product
Aaaah... el Maestro

Morricone... Green vinyl... First time released... C.mon bruv, what's not to like? Once again, the Maestro delivers on all counts. I;ve said it before and I'll say it again, Ennio has sadly passed but his legacy will live on forever. This is a great study for all hopeful composers. Sister Ray delivered in Fort Knox packaging (as usual) so you can always trust their shipping. Heck, this time around, I even received some stickers and a beer mat WayHay!!!! Thank you Sister Ray for living up to expectations.

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