Saturday, February 21, 2009

Ennio Morricone - Danger: Diabolik (1968)

Here's the one and only Morricone with the great soundtrack to one of my very favourite films. This was requested by Chuck and is an "unofficial" soundtrack, but it's the closest we're going to get I'm afraid because the original tapes were said to have been destroyed in a fire. Enjoy!

01. Deep Down (03:09)
02. Yes Sir, No Sir (Dialogue) (00:23)
03. Charading Chaffeurs in Wait (00:59)
04. Driving Decoys (02:08)
05. Into the Cave (02:53)
06. Diabolik's Hide-out (01:52)
07. The Shower (Deep Down Two) (01:25)
08. Logical Suggestion (Dialogue) (00:25)
09. Money Orgy (02:09)
10. Criminal/Justice Solution (Dialogue) (00:44)
11. Headlines (Organ Freakout 1) (00:33)
12. Valmont's Go-Go Pad (03:38)
13. Dumped by Dimockracy (Dialogue) (00:41)
14. Eva's Holy Dress (Deep Down Three) (01:33)
15. Diabolik Capture - Conference (Dialogue) (00:33)
16. Gunfight at Red Sands (01:33)
17. Eva's Sketchy I.D. (Dialogue) (00:59)
18. Metamorphosis (Organ Freakout 2) (00:33)
19. Emerald Bikini (Deep Down Four) (01:28)
20. Doctor Vinear's I.D. Prescription (Dialogue) (01:11)
21. Downhill Decoy (00:30)
22. Vinear's X-Out Session/Death/Life (Dialogue) (02:51)
23. Jenko's Plan Derails (00:33)
24. Guiness's Gold Bar (Dialogue) (00:40)
25. Bubbles (Extracting Au from H20) (01:22)
26. Underwater Wah-Wah (02:51)
27. Now Go!!! (00:41)
28. Eva Alone (Dialogue) (00:09)
29. The Pyrite Wink (Deep Down Five) (01:57)
30. Last Laff (00:28)
31. Deep Down (Parade 5052) (03:03)
32. O.K. Connery (Parade 5035) (03:03)
33. Valmont (Underworld Don) Philosophises (00:38)
34. [Untitled] (03:04)

New link in the comments.


Brianiac said...

Unknown said...

It would be such a shame if this great soundtrack really was destroyed, Valmonts Go-Go Pad is but one of the many gems! Thanks!

cerca said...


Anonymous said...

Wow! Just discovered your blog and this is a treat. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

You just made my entire week! What a treat to have this available. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

GRAZIE MILLE!!! For sharing this and for your sleazyblog. All the best.

Anonymous said...

thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

Hello! Diabolik is one of my favourites from the maestro! Looking forward to the next excellent selection. Thank you!

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Karl said...

I just came across this blog and it totally makes my, my week! All my bandwidth is going to be dedicated to downloading these old tunes. Thanks so much for sharing the AMAZING music!

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Wille said...

Hello Brainiac.
Do you know anything the soundtrack to an italian movie from 1965 called Oggi, domani, dopodomani?
It has some cool surf music by Luis Enrique Bacalov. There's a clip on Yotube:

thanks for all the great music!

Brianiac said...

Glad you all enjoyed this! Thanks for the comments.

Wille, I'm not familiar with that one, but it's a great song (and so was the sexy dancing!). Just doing a quick search, it sadly looks like a soundtrack was never released. Maybe in the future some company will dig it out and release it.

estilita said...

thanks Brianiac
this link it´s god
morricone introduces the viewer through his music, an experience that really does not forget.

Prisamata said...

been looking for this for a while since I heard the main theme

thanks a lot

Mechatastrophe said...

Wow! Thank you very much, love this movie and OST!

geraldo manitou said...

link in the comments?

Brianiac said...

Yes, way up at the top. Here it is again:


HH said...

Does anyone have a copy of the Beat Girl Soundtrack?

rodifiRe said...


i love diabolik! i don't know about this ost....

great blog

Anonymous said...

Hey! Thanks a million. Been looking for this forever!

Nick the Hat said...

Excellent post, great soundtrack and the extra film bits are great. I dig this film quite a bit and especially the song Valmont's GoGo Pad, which is rather similar in tone to Morricone's In the Garden of Delights which is another fave of mine by Ennio.

Anonymous said...

Ty so much !

Anonymous said...

WOW! Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

thanks a lot brainiac! recently i saw this film and i was abducted by the soundtrack!

Anonymous said...

This is such a awesome site!

Anonymous said...

very cool!!!!

Anonymous said...

Is there anyway you could make a new link? I think this one's dead..

Ben said...

Just wondering if there is an other link that's working. The one above seems to be expired…

Thank you very much!

R.W. said...

Any chance of a re-post? I'd love to hear this soundtrack.

Brianiac said...

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Anonymous said...

Many thanks!

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