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|5.||"Crossing The Rope Bridge"|
|6.||"The People Of The Forest"|
|7.||"Beneath The City Of The Monkey God"|
|8.||"Escape From The Catacombs"|
|10.||"Who Is The Hunter & Who Is The Prey" (feat Chip Wickham)|
|11.||"Summoning The Monkey God"|
|12.||"End Credits" (feat Chip Wickham)|
While initially inspired by some of the greats of Ethio-jazz, Leeds outfit The Sorcerers has recently expanded its repertoire to include sounds inspired by 1960s/70s soundtracks (particularly those by Ennio Morricone and Roy Budd), obscure Italian library music and Blaxploitation funk. The band's latest album riffs extensively on these vintage influences, delivering an "original soundtrack" to an imaginary film inspired by a headline in The National Geographic. It's a wonderfully atmospheric and evocative affair, with all 12 tracks sounding so authentically vintage and emotive that they could easily have been made and released 50 years ago. Whether you've checked their previous releases or not, this is well worth a listen.
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