Thomas Leer & Robert Rental - Attack Decay (The Bridge, 1979)
Monte Cazazza - “Candyman” (The Worst of Monte Cazazza)
Ballet Mécanique (1924) by Fernand Léger and George Antheil
from The Sound of Eye:
"Legend has it that Antheil’s score was technically impossible to execute at the time: among other "oddities", it demanded sixteen synchronized pianos when there was no technology available to synchronize so many instruments at a time. Antheil rearranged it and added live piano players, but its American première turned out to be a disaster, with riots and all. The score was abandoned and for many decades every attempt to perform it bumped into the problem of synchronizing the pianos. Finally, in the 90s, after the discovery of the complete cut for Ballet Mécanique, Paul Lehrmann used modern MIDI technology to synchronize the piano section, thus "restoring" the score and allowing today’s viewers to watch Ballet Mécanique as it was conceived."
Miranda Sex Garden - “Play” (Suspiria, 1993)
” If anyone in then-socialist Serbia thought that the themes of vampires and witches were ‘outdated’, they got a wake-up call: a man in Skopje (Macedonia; at that time, one of the six republics of Yugoslavia) died of fright while watching the premiere of Leptirica on TV. “
— Dejan Ognjanović, The Temple of Ghoul
Agitation Free - “You Play For Us Today” (Malesch, 1972)
"What is Viy, you might ask? I’ve still got the same question—in walks a bulky, golem-like giant with stubby arms and eyelids that droop to the middle of its pinched face. The way the other creatures make room for the stomping beast tells us this guy is the Big Gun, and it’s hard not to be nervous for our drunken friend. Viy commands the demons to "Raise my eyelids!" so he can cast his killing gaze on Khoma. The seminarian screams in horror and falls out of his circle, and the demons and other creatures of hell fall on him in a heap just as the cock crows for the third and final time."
source Mad Mad Mad Mad Movies