|1.||Una Stanza Vuota|
|2.||Un Uomo Solo|
|3.||Colpo Alla Gioielleria|
|4.||La Prima Vittima|
|5.||Svegliati E Uccidi|
|6.||La Donna Di Un Fuorilegge|
|7.||Una Tromba A Dallas|
|8.||Sul Lago Di Lugano|
|10.||Una Stanza Vuota (2nd Version)|
|11.||Svegliati E Uccidi (Part 2)|
|12.||Svegliati E Uccidi (Part 3)|
|1.||Una Stanza Vuota (3rd Version)|
|2.||Colpo Alla Gioielleria (Part 2)|
|3.||3 Svegliati E Uccidi|
|4.||La Donna Di Un Fuorilegge (Part 2)|
|5.||Una Tromba A Dallas (Part 2)|
|6.||Una Stanza Vuota (4th Version)|
|7.||Svegliati E Uccidi (Part 5)|
|8.||Una Stanza Vuota (5th Version)|
|9.||Svegliati E Uccidi (Part 6)|
|10.||Una Stanza Vuota (6th Version)|
|11.||Svegliati E Uccidi (Part 7)|
|12.||Una Stanza Vuota (7th Version)|
|13.||Svegliati E Uccidi (Part 8)|
|14.||Una Stanza Vuota (7" Version)|
Dagored presents a reissue of Ennio Morricone's soundtrack to Svegliati E Uccidi, originally issued in 1966. This perfect 'noir jazz style' soundtrack was composed by maestro Morricone for the Italian crime thriller Svegliati e Uccidi (Too Soon To Die)
Dagored presents a reissue of Ennio Morricone's soundtrack to Svegliati E Uccidi, originally issued in 1966. This perfect 'noir jazz style' soundtrack was composed by maestro Morricone for the Italian crime thriller Svegliati e Uccidi (Too Soon To Die), directed by the well-known Carlo Lizzani (who first gained notoriety working on such Italian neo-realist classics as Roberto Rossellini's Germany Year Zero (1948) and Giuseppe De Santis's Bitter Rice (1949) and starred Robert Hoffman and Gian Maria Volonté.
Dark and powerful, this is one of the best of Morricone's crime thriller scores of the period, which should appeal to fans of celebrated scores like Città Violenta (RED 223C-LP, 2015) and Revolver (RED 220-CLP, 2015).
Available for the first time on vinyl, this is the complete version with nine bonus tracks; edition of 500.
Wake Up and Die (Italian: Svegliati e uccidi), also known as Wake Up and Kill and I Kill for Kicks, is a 1966 Italian crime drama film directed by Carlo Lizzani, based on the real life of Luciano Lutring, an Italian criminal known as 'the machine-gun soloist' ('il solista del mitra').