Sourced from the elusive original master tapes, with the full cooperation of the CeTA archives in Warsaw, this grinding psych rock score finally emerges on vinyl 50 years after the film’s original theatrical release.
One of the last groundbreaking releases from Poland’s prime progressive provocateurs Andrzej Zuławski and Andrzej Korzynski to finally see the light of day.
Released alongside ‘The Devil Tapes’, the original off- kilter psychedelic score rejected by Andrzej Zulawski, available for the first time ever on transparent red vinyl 7”.
These unearthed recordings represent the crowning glory of the lifelong unison of Maestro Andrzej Zuławski and filmmaker Andrzej Korzynski, two genuine mavericks of Polish experimental cinema who challenged artistic and societal norms, on both sides of a politically restricted regime and on an international artistic stage, without compromise.
Friends since childhood, Korzynski and Zuławski may have become divided by limelight and geography (Zuławski the intrepid emigre), but they remained united in their kaleidoscopic creative vision, resulting in a fractured stream of troublesome and mind-bending golden era collaborations such as ‘Possession’, ‘The Silver Globe’, and ‘Third Part Of The Night’. This long- awaited liberation of the psychedelic masterpiece known as Diabeł finally completes the duo’s full vista with what many consider the most vital piece of the prism.