Goblin at the Supersonic Festival 2009 (Massimo Morante pictured). Photo by Greg Neate , CC BY 2.0

Goblin at the Supersonic Festival 2009 (Massimo Morante pictured). Photo by Greg Neate , CC BY 2.0

Later this morning, on the Monday, March 7th edition of “The Freak Power Ticket,” producer/host Ted Coe will continue sharing “deep cuts” from the original motion-picture soundtrack that helped define George A. Romero’s 1978 “zombie apocalypse” film Dawn of the Dead as the all-too-rare “low-budget horror epic.”

The American and Italian joint international production brought together two maestros of 1960s and 1970s horror, writer/director and editor Romero and the Italian movie icon Dario Argento (Deep Red), who guided the film behind the scenes, advising its screenwriting process while also helping to assemble its musical and production teams.

Argento also integrated his Italian house band Goblin into the sonic mix, while Romero poured over library cues that he used to supplement the aural textures of the ambitious motion picture.

The next edition of “The Freak Power Ticket” will feature more trailers, audio samples, music from Goblin’s original score, rare library music, covers, remixes, and commentary.

“The Freak Power Ticket” airs on Mondays in the Winter from 11am-12noon PST.