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Daughters of Darkness - Vinyl Soundtrack

€ 24,79 EUR

Release: January 14, 2022


  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Gatefold sleeve
  • Contains exclusive poster + printed innersleeve
  • 1971 Belgian cult horror/erotic vampire movie
  • Score by multiple award winning composer François de Roubaix
  • Multiple Hip-Hop producers have sampled parts of the score f.e. Lil Wayne (President Carter)
  • The soundtrack is made available with the help from Harry Kümel (director - for the original tapes!) and Patricia/Benjamin de Roubaix

Label: Music On Vinyl At The Movies

EAN: 8719262022287


Side A

  1. Daughters Of Darkness (Opening)
  2. Amour Sur Les Rails / Love On The Rails
  3. Les Lèvres Rouges / Red Lips
  4. Arrivée Au Manoir / Arrival At The Manor
  5. La Comtesse Bathory (Halo) / Countess Bathory (Halo)
  6. Ballade À Bruges / Ballad In Bruges
  7. La Comtesse Et L'inspecteur / The Countess And The Inspector
  8. Le Récit Des Tortures Et Des Vampires / Tale Of Torture And Vampires
  9. Valérie, Ilona Et Stefaan
  10. Les Dunes D'ostende, Flagellation / The Dunes Of Ostend, Flagellation

Side B

  1. Le Baiser De La Comtesse / The Countess's Kiss
  2. La Morsure De La Comtesse / The Countess's Bite
  3. L'orgue Et Le Piano Fantômes / The Phantom Organ And Piano
  4. Poursuite Sur Les Dunes D'ostende / Pursuit On The Dunes Of Ostend
  5. Accident Et Cymbalum / Accident And Cymbalum
  6. Daughters Of Darkness (Ending) Bonus (Not Used In Movie):
  7. La Fanfare De Bruges / The Bruges Band
  8. Dracula 68 Woodstock (Des Poissons Et Des Hommes / Of Fish And Men)


Composed by

  • François de Roubaix

Including artists

Daughters of Darkness was created by multiple award winning composer François de Roubaix, who is seen as a precursor of the French electronic music next to his jazz expertise. Years after its original release, the music was picked up and sampled by several hip hop artists, such as Ice-T, Ab-Soul and Lil Wayne. Critics, actors and directors call it one of the best horror movies ever made.