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Vampyros Lesbos



Do not attempt to make any sense, meaning, or reason of this until the day-glo colors fade and the intoxicating haze clears from your headspace, brother. About this music, this much is known: it was composed and recorded in 1969 by German composers Manfred Hubler and Siegfried Schwab (under the moniker Vampires Sound Incorporation) for a trio of films by director Jesus Franco, all starring the beautiful and fatal Euro-vamp Soledad Miranda. The most famous of these films lends its title to the compilation, Vampyros Lesbos.

Incorporating just about every motif that made the '60s music what it was (funky backbeats, blaring horns riffs, wailing Farfisa and Hammond organs, sitars, breathy Astrud Gilberto-like vocal harmonies, heavy electric guitar, et cetera), the sheer sexadelic grooviness of these tunes is guaranteed to blow your mind. Like, just relax and unbutton your collar, baby, and prepare to freak out!

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