Competition: Win Paura: A Collection of Italian Horror Sounds

Decca Records have collaborated with CAM Sugar to bring you ‘Paura’ A Collection of Italian Horror Sounds.

Decca Records have been kind enough to offer The London Horror Society a box set of this new horror soundtrack collection to give away to one lucky reader!

The collection includes some of the most creative music ever written and strives to do justice not only to some of the best known composers in horror, but also to many great unsung composers.

PAURA explores the horror repertoire from the precious CAM Sugar archives taking you on a hypnotic journey into the labyrinth of fear, through the different variations that Italian horror took on from the esoteric and supernatural to the slasher films of the early 1970s; to reinterpretations of Romantic literature and gothic fiction to the splatter films of the ‘80s; and from witchcraft to metropolitan horror.Paura Deluxe Box Set with splattered vinyl.

Highlights include:

  • Mario Bava’s Reazione a Catena which inspired John Carpenter’s Halloween and Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead
  • Armando Crispino’s L’Etrusco uccide ancora
  • Joe D’Amato’s La Morte ha sorriso all’assassino
  • Rosso Sangue and Un’Ombra nell’Ombra featuring the legendary prog rock band GOBLIN (known for setting Dario Argento’s giallo masterpieces such as Profondo Rosso to music)

The Competition

To be in the chance of winning this awesome new collection, simply send us an email to with the subject line ‘PAURA’.

One lucky winner will be chosen at random to receive the Deluxe Edition Splatter Vinyl Box Set.

The winner will be notified by email after the competition closes at 23:59 GMT on Friday, 22 October, 2021.

Open to UK residents only.

By entering this competition, you agree to our Competition Terms & Conditions.


Paura is available now across all streaming platforms, CD, LP and a deluxe fan boxset.

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