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really really nice selection of tracks in here

http://ooster.ru/covers/ost_22/Bronson_2009_soundtrack_ost.png

Last edited by meschi (2009-10-30 10:44:42)

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lots of john barry the master of horns

chinatown.

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meschi wrote:

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Yep, great one!

"A Real Music Hater"

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jayoverdose wrote:

lots of john barry the master of horns

chinatown.

hell yeah!

fav john barry gotta be:

jerry goldsmith's chinatown soundtrack is superb. he revists that sparse noir jazz sound on l.a. confidential soundtrack, too.


also, jay gone done the best soundtrack mixes imo

http://robotdj.net/getme.php?id=1241 = at the movies
http://robotdj.net/getme.php?id=1208 = at the movies synth edition
http://robotdj.net/getme.php?id=5779 = language of numbers

Last edited by ytz (2009-10-30 12:08:29)

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Apocalypse Now

War does not determine who is right - only who is left.  ~Bertrand Russell

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The Fatal Attraction Soundtrack is great and totally nuts.

I like to put it on when the Ladies come to Slayer Lair.

A paranoid is someone who knows a little of whats really going on.

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Leo Slayer wrote:

I like to put it on when the Ladies come to Slayer Lair.

HAHAHAHAHA yas man. well in.

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Ray Van Mechelen wrote:
ytz wrote:
Ray Van M wrote:

almost everything from John Carpenter

What Carpenter would you leave behind, Ray?

I haven't heard them all that's why I wrote "almost everything" wink

Big Trouble In Little China (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Christine - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Score (I have the dvd but didn't found the record yet)

Don't have these two and never heard them so I can't judge smile

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if anyone has a spare christine going Ill take it off their hands

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the score has recently been re-released

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really.
nice. what label?

Last edited by meschi (2009-10-30 16:50:17)

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ytz wrote:
Ray Van Mechelen wrote:
ytz wrote:

What Carpenter would you leave behind, Ray?

I haven't heard them all that's why I wrote "almost everything" wink

Big Trouble In Little China (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Christine - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Score (I have the dvd but didn't found the record yet)

Don't have these two and never heard them so I can't judge smile

you got mail!

thank you very much!

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jayoverdose wrote:

the score has recently been re-released

Do you have the record already? I think hysteric posted some time ago...

I have the CD (but german release on Colosseum).

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no i dont but technician got it.
i think i need to hurry

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Nice thread, some more..

Hero Wouters - Een Zaak van Leven op Dood

Shamefully neglected dutch pioneer Hero Wouters and his mindblowing score for 1983 dutch film 'Een zaak van leven op dood'. Thankfully digged up by the wonderfull Enfant Terrible label, this has some early electro influences, mesmerizing synths flirting with dark electronics. Wouters has a great touch of melancholy and higly recommended imho. Bites can be found here: http://www.enfant-terrible.nl/enfant08

Love the eerie sounds of Herman Kopp, known from long time collaborating with eurohorror-connaisseur Jorg Buttgereit

 

Chunking Express

Bowie & Pat Metheny Group - The Falcon and the Snowman

It just is..

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The Hero Wouters LP is on top on my list. great record. thanks for mention it.

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Fabio Frizzi mentioned yet?


not bad either if you like cannibals:


like Goblin?

Want a mean Horror Version of the Terminator Theme = Serpent & The Rainbow

even Indiana Jones wasn't that bad

or Children of the Corn

you have to be patient with the Surf Nazi, because the GOOD Score starts only at the end of this trailer.

Last edited by EliasRafael (2009-10-31 01:12:04)

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One of my favorites... nice and creepy

http://i44.tinypic.com/idzk79.jpg

Morricone's best western score imo.

http://static.rateyourmusic.com/album_images/b2d99746eb7391c2c1021573b1257cbf/757789.jpg



http://991.com/NewGallery/David-Bowie-The-Hunger-24824.jpg



http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_FbG9rWPXqnc/SiLsg0Een_I/AAAAAAAARxg/6JbTUCW41TI/s320/folder.jpg

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so many!

naked lunch

many david lynch soundtracks.. mulholland drive:

fright night (fn halloween mix in mix topic)

star wars... religious!

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Danger Diabolik - Acid Club
& Collateral Club Scene - Paul Oakenfold (I usually don't like his music, but this is perfect)
& Vocal Version of Morricone's "For A Few Dollars More" Score
& Solaris


Last edited by EliasRafael (2009-10-31 14:34:56)

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Just bought:

http://a752.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/122/l_c244a9c3d6b75b89fe47e0f973f3baef.jpg

http://img3.imagebanana.com/img/d8ktk2sb/Blue_Thunder_MCA6122.jpg

They sounded pretty good in the shop.

Both by Arthur B. Rubenstein.

Last edited by Scarface (2009-10-31 14:49:56)

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Clockwork wrote:

Bowie & Pat Metheny Group - The Falcon and the Snowman

Thanks for reminding me to this one, have that LP too and indeed it's very underrated, there's not a bad track on it.

http://www.discogs.com/Pat-Metheny-Grou … ase/759480

It's no coincidence that it gets such high ratings on discogs.

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Ray Van Mechelen wrote:
Clockwork wrote:

Bowie & Pat Metheny Group - The Falcon and the Snowman

Thanks for reminding me to this one, have that LP too and indeed it's very underrated, there's not a bad track on it.

http://www.discogs.com/Pat-Metheny-Grou … ase/759480

It's no coincidence that it gets such high ratings on discogs.

great one indeed, only couln't really follow that film.. beetje overdreven
but it has sean penn

move along