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Post by streetrw » Tue Aug 14, 2007 10:59 pm

Just got the soundtrack CD for SKINWALKERS! Big orchestral score, lots of brass. Quite impressive. I'd never heard of the composer, Andrew Lockington, before. Looking forward to seeing the movie now.

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Post by streetrw » Fri Mar 21, 2008 12:32 pm

Resurrecting dead threads with a newly-arrived CD....

Now Playing: HOSTEL II (Nathan Barr); very dark and grim, much in the vein of the first score. But I do like my big orchestral horror music.

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Post by maxmum » Fri Mar 21, 2008 12:46 pm

Has anyone ever ever seen an American Werewolf in London soundtrack?

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Post by Grindhouse » Fri Mar 21, 2008 2:50 pm

im sure there is an American Werewolf soundtrack somewhere,if not released officially there may be a bootleg or dvd rip somewhere?
when im browsing the ST music blogs all manner of musical goodies can be found? :D

On my region 1 hostel 2 DVD it has the soundtrack in digital form to copy to my media player,dont particularly like the ST very much nor the film

the ST music blogs are a veritable yellow brick road of audio sources heres a good one

http://filmmusic.ru/
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Post by maxmum » Fri Mar 21, 2008 2:59 pm

Grindhouse wrote: On my region 1 hostel 2 DVD it has the soundtrack in digital form to copy to my media player,dont particularly like the ST very much nor the film
Now that's a good idea.... pop it in your pc and rip the full soundtrack to pop on your mp3 player.

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Post by krispyg » Fri Mar 21, 2008 8:25 pm

Gary Numan - Replicas

Perfect dark scifi music

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Post by Upstart » Sat Mar 22, 2008 2:41 am

Balzac - Deep

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Re: so what are y'all listening to while you read n type?

Post by AdeBrown » Sat Mar 22, 2008 8:31 am

Team Banzai wrote:james yorkston (esp track 2 steady as she goes) bit folky but i LOVE him and lookin forward to the 1 off xmas london show - anyone going, prob not..
I know it's aaages ago, but I was at one of these (and the one this year with Adrian Crowley and HMS Ginafore) and they were all super.

If you didn't see Adrian Crowley (and I didn't see you at that one) you should check out "Long Distance Swimmer").

Next weekend I am off to the Fence Collective's home game festival (sort of a Fright Fest weekend for what they lump together as "folk" these days) so probably get some Yorkston among the mix.

Oh and I am taking a selection of horror DVDs for the between music entertainment ... "Hatchet" and "The Rise of Leslie Vernon" I think.
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Post by MaxRenn » Tue Apr 08, 2008 3:53 pm

Mostly listening to Deathalbum by Dethklok, "blacker than the blackest black times infinity"

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Post by Team Banzai » Tue Apr 08, 2008 4:04 pm

radiohead - in rainbows

sun kil moon - april

elbow - seldom seen kid

got but not got round to new rem and nick cave

got but was long awaited and some seriously laughably awful tracks the new portishead

also loving the arctic monkeys spin off project the last shadow puppets.. you tube it ..it's kinda morricone inspired (if you like that sorta thing) oh and throw in a seasoning of the god like scott walker!

http://www.youtube.com./watch?v=XGV8xCkpXjE

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Post by Bearded Avenger » Tue Apr 08, 2008 5:01 pm

The Replacements - Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out the Trash

The Replacements - Let It Be

Paul Westerberg - Stereo/Mono

The Misfits - Coffin Boxed Set

Cat Power - Jukebox

Drive-By Truckers - Brighter Than Creation's Light

Blonde Redhead - 23

Carrer Suicide - Anthology - Vol. 1

Red Dons - Death To Idealism

El Perro Del Mar - Look! It's El Perro Del Mar

The National - Boxer

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Post by Grindhouse » Sun May 11, 2008 11:17 am

Nine Inch Nails new album is available for free from www.nin.com
i downloaded and listened to that while typing this morning
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Post by sherbetbizarre » Sun May 11, 2008 12:11 pm

Grindhouse wrote:Nine Inch Nails new album is available for free from www.nin.com
i downloaded and listened to that while typing this morning
:D
Cheers for that :wink:

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Post by Jim Fear » Sun May 11, 2008 3:24 pm

Soil And Pimp Sessions - Pimpoint
John Coltrane - Blue Train

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Post by Melvin Junko » Sun May 11, 2008 5:34 pm

don't really listen to music when I'm on the computer but in the car and during chores around the house I've pleased my ears with the following stuff:

sunny days:

The Copyrights - learn the hard way (super catchy pop punk, been playing it pretty much daily the last 4 or 5 weeks)

Ramones - anthology

Screeching weasel - how to make enemies and irritate people (probably my favourite band ever)

Leatherface - dog disco

operation ivy - energy - hectic

crappy days:

dehumanized - prophesies foretold

obituary - cause of death

whiplash - random tracks

it's all gone to hell - war journal

tragedy - nerve damage


and then some country and dub stuff to top it of
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