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Stelvio Cipriani’s sultry lounge exotica meets rhythmic disco funk in Videogram’s eighteenth release: The previously unreleased plunderphonic two-track digital single “Papaya”!

Approached by One Way Static Records in 2017 to create a remix, Videogram gained access to the record label’s entire remastered catalogue, selecting Cipriani’s work for Joe D’Amato’s 1978 exploitation cult classic “Papaya: Love Goddess of the Cannibals”. The sounds were culled, edited, manipulated, and pieced together in a unique remix, giving Cipriani’s laid-back lounge a bass-heavy disco-flavored reimagining!

The two-track single offers up a funkish title track, adding sultry sax and impish female vocals to enhance Cipriani’s original work, backed with an instrumental version giving the seamless edits an opportunity to shine, creating a fun, catchy and danceable reinterpretation worthy of inclusion to the collection of any fan of the 1978 movie and soundtrack!


released August 21, 2019

Original music written by Stelvio Cipriani and Riz Ortolani.
Rearranged and remixed in September 2017 by Magnus Sellergren.
Mastered by Kevin Carafa.
Cover layout and design by Magnus Sellergren.

Sexy sax by Cameron.
Sultry vox by Sandra.

Thank you: Seb, Cameron, and Sandra.

Dedicated to Sirpa Lane.

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Often imitated, never duplicated, Videogram is the original 1980s VHS-inspired horror synth project and brainchild of Swedish composer/producer Magnus Sellergren.

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