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Boomkat Product Review:
"Sometimes miracles happen. In the case of 'Contraband' (1980) it took 35 years! One of the most-wanted scores of Lucio Fulci’s filmography, it’s not a horror but a crime/action movie, produced during one of the most prolific and creative phases of the director’s career. It’s a story of two gangs, one devoted to cigarette smuggling (the “good” guys) and the other to drug dealing. With Fabio Testi in the starring role, Fulci created one of his most violent movies, adding Maesto Frizzi to the pentagram and inspiring him to create one of the most iconic scores of his career. On the trail of the recently-consolidated canon of the past decade’s cop movies, Fulci depicts in his peculiar cinematic language the action, asphalt, chases and violence with melodies of great artistic impact, full of adrenaline and pathos. A score we feared lost, it was retrieved thanks to the discovery of an unlabeled tape, miraculously restored to perfection and transferred in our studios with love and paternal care. With funky soul and black leather duds, the CD lasts nearly 40 minutes and features liner notes (in Italian and English) by Maestro Frizzi and critic Fabio Babini, mastering by Enrico De Gemini and graphic design by Alessio Iannuzzi. No, it’s not a joke…"