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Boomkat Product Review:
**Experimental, dark and erotic free-rock/psychedelia composed by Pierre Raph as the score to Jean Rollin's 1972 femme vamp Horrotica flick 'Requiem Pour Un Vampire'. Features important musical snippets from heavily censored scenes salvaged by Finders Keepers. Includes original and rare artwork and detailed appraisal by filmmaker and Finders Keepers friend and collaborator Daniel Bird. Available in its entirety for the first time, and on deluxe 10" vinyl** "Having previously provided music for an under the counter Rollin sex film called 'Jeunes Filles Impudiques' the obscure Pierre Raph's energetic drum and organ based soundtrack for 'Requiem Pour Un Vampire' from 1972 earns its place around the feet of other French Horrotica soundtracks like Francois De Roubaix's 'Levre Rogues' or British soundtracks to 'Psychomania' by library music ensemble Frog...Having exploded onto French cinema screens in the midst of the Mai 68 riots with his freakish art house account of a disillusioned female blood cult Jean Rollin continued, throughout the next four decades, to extract the most bizarre and formidable art directors and musicians of the French underground and give them a platform combining the skills of street actors, Letterists, jazz musicians and fashion designers. Embracing video culture and adult entertainment in the late 70s Rollin's later films (under various guises) provide a treasure trove for lost electronic film music and homemade disco."