1. GIRLS! SEX! MAYHEM! Cult Movie Soundtrack Tributes Come to Life (VIDEO).

    The exciting world of late ’60s to mid ’80s European cult cinema is blessed with bountiful musical scores created by world famous talent like the legendary Ennio Morricone to lesser known composers. From spaghetti westerns to risque sex comedies to suspenseful Giallo, there are tons of movies admired not only for their visuals but their sonic boom. One such cult movie soundtrack fan is Frank Rideau . Representing Canada, Frank is a one-man band of sorts, who carefully recreates some of his favorite music from films he grew up watching under the moniker Orgasmo Sonore . He’s compiled many of his covers on his Revisiting Obscure Film Music series (on Cineploit Records), but what is just as equally cool is that quite a few of his music tributes have been brought to life through the noteworthy editing skills of Youtube user davidfromlille , who has deftly spliced together choice scenes from each flick. Here are 5 of ’em for your entertainment…


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    Scenes From: The Body (1975).
    Original Music: "Chaser" by Piero Umiliani.
    Cover Version: Orgasmo Sonore.


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    Scenes From : Camille 2000 (1969).
    Original Music: "Pearls" by Piero Piccioni.
    Cover Version: Orgasmo Sonore.


    (Props to frankrideau & davidfromlille)

    Scenes From: The Big Gundown (1966).
    Original Music: Ennio Morricone.
    Cover Version: Orgasmo Sonore.


    (Props to frankrideau & davidfromlille)

    Scenes From: The Case Of The Bloody Iris (1972).
    Original Music: Bruno Nicolai.
    Cover Version: Orgasmo Sonore.


    (Props to frankrideau & davidfromlille)

    Scenes From: La Poliziotta Fa Carriera (1975).
    Original Music: Gianni Ferrio.
    Cover Version: Orgasmo Sonore.


    (Props to frankrideau & davidfromlille)

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