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Milano Odia: La Polizia Non Puņ Sparare

 

 

Milano Odia: La Polizia Non Puņ Sparare (1974)

Composer(s):
Ennio Morricone 

Released in:
1974

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Silva & Milian's flashbacks
by
Gokay Gelgec (August 8, 2007)
I began to like this album after the movie. My favourite track is Raptus Omicidia.

This album seems other scores of Poliziotteschi & Thriller sounds in the same age. Typical Morricone tunes are anywhere there. Main theme remind me Revolver's suite theme but I like Raptus Omicidia for Henry Silva. Because when the track begins I remember Silva's calm and cool walkin' on the Milano Streets :)

This is an worth to watch movie's score for B type Euro Cult Movie Fans. I like that kind of productions and I think only Morricone's sound increase the qualities of that kin of movies.

4 star for only Raptus theme's jazzy sound.

Greetings;



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KQEK.com [2007 DigitMovies CD] 
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