ITALIAN SPIDERMAN THEME out on 45Published on Venerdì, 28 Marzo 2008
In 1964 Alrugo Entertainment started production of the feature film ITALIAN SPIDERMAN, four years later, the movie was completed and the company was bankrupt. The film was considered so edgy and generally confusing that no distributors would pick it up. The only artist signed to Alrugodisc was Enzo Bontempi, the man responsible for composing the "Italian Spiderman" soundtrack. In November 2007 Luis of Soulful Torino Records found the original master. Always on the lookout for an undiscovered gem, Luis and his partner Jimmy did not hesitate to investigate. They discovered Alrugodisc´s entire back catalogue including the Soundtrack to "Italian Spiderman".
Upon hearing that the grandsons of Alfonso Alrugo had discovered the lost print of "Italian Spiderman" and were planing to restore and distribute the film via the net (the trailer on youtube scored almost a million views in six months!), Luis and Jimmy contacted them and struck a deal to release the "Italian Spiderman" soundtrack to the world via Soulful Torino Records / Record Kicks. The first single features "Italian Spiderman Theme" a killer R&B Garage dancer with powerful Franco Franchetti' breaks. On the flip the groovy "Bangarang", a superb funk tune with astounding trumpet solo.
RK45017 ENZO BONTEMPI - "Italian Spiderman Theme" / "Bangarang" out on 45/Digital Download