For 25 years, Goblin has been scoring soundtracks for Italian films, mainly Giallo-style films directed by Dario Argento. The group consisted of keyboardist Claudio Simonetti, percussionist Walter Martino, bassist Fabio Pignatelli, guitarist Massimo Morante, percussionist Agostino Marangolo, and saxophone player, Antonio Marangolo. Simonetti and Morante were the two original founders of Goblin, which originally wanted to go under the name, "Oliver". Pignatelli had previously worked on other projects before joining Goblin. In 1975, he became a member of Cherry Five and released an album with them. Read more... 'Giorgio Gaslini' . Immediately, the soundtrack had become a success with their '70s Rock style music, which had been preferred more than Gaslini's scores. Two years after the success of the Profondo Rosso Soundtrack, Goblin scored music for Argento's next film, Suspiria (1977). It was the first time that they had used sequencers. Then, in 1978, they scored the soundtrack to the Italian cut of 'George A. Romero''s Dawn of the Dead (1978). After that, the group made an album called "Il Fantastico Viaggio Del 'Bagarozzo' Mark", which spoke against heroin use. Then, the group had many problems and were unable to work together. Some members continued scoring films under the name of Goblin. Simonetti scored films like _Squadra Antigangsters (1979)_, _Amo Non Amo (1979)_, _Demons (1985)_, and Opera (1987). Pignatelli, and the Marangolos scored films like _Patrick (1979)_, _Contamination (1980)_, and _Notturno (1983)_. In 1982, Goblin had reunited to score Dario Argento's next film, Tenebre (1982). They were credited as Simonetti-Pignatelli-Morante for Tenebre, but were credited as Goblin for Argento's film, _Phenomena (1984)_. The last film that Goblin scored, was Michele Soavi's film, _La Chiesa(1989)_.