OSG goes OST...Soundtracks...

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Re: OSG goes OST...Soundtracks...

Post by shadowplay » Thu Jul 30, 2015 3:52 am

Hyena OST by The The is available on Death Waltz (blue 2X12 one side etched fancy textured sleeve) and well worth having a look at. Track samples here. I've not seen the film yet but I think I might check it out now I've bought the soundtrack.

Plus Escape from New York is out in brilliant expanded form on Silva Screen (SILLP1493) on 2X12, total must have IMO. Mine has not arrived but I'm looking forward to it coming.

Also I guess this is relevant and really good and beautifully packaged; Blanck Mass Presents; The Strange Colour of Your Body's Tears rescore

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Post by PorkyPrimeCut » Thu Jul 30, 2015 9:05 am

I think it may well have been mentioned already but we finally saw Interstellar the other night. Great soundtrack from Hans Zimmer.
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Re: OSG goes OST...Soundtracks...

Post by shadowplay » Thu Sep 03, 2015 2:55 am

There's a (repeated) series on the BBC called Sound of Cinema (and a range of complementary radio programmes) that might engage OSG OST heads. Part three is perhaps closest to the scope of this thread but it's all worth looking at. Three concerns new approaches to soundtrack and the spotlight is shone on; (among others) Wendy Carlos, Vangelis and Clint Mansell.

I'll admit to being a quite disinterested in any video game soundtracks (since I'm not a gamer in any shape or form) but I bought C418 Minecraft Volume Alpha and it's not bad, if not IMO worthy of some of the froth floating about regarding it. Sometimes it reminds me of something on Em:t or early 80's Library New Age (like say...Emerald Web) goes Harold Budd (or Eric Satie) and other times it gets a bit...well...Harry Potter but not in an absolutely objectionable manner and it's generally interesting. It the flagship edition came in green and is housed in a fancier sleeve but there's a regular version too. I've never played Minecraft so it''s all news to me and there's a full stream on (((yootoob))).

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Re: OSG goes OST...Soundtracks...

Post by panoramic » Thu Oct 08, 2015 8:51 am

cestlamort wrote:Erik Blood's Center of Gravity is an overlooked one that immediately pops to mind.
this is a really good soundtrack
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Post by shadowplay » Tue Oct 27, 2015 6:16 am

Steve Moore's OST for Cub (which I've not seen) is ace.

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Post by Slow-Pop » Tue Oct 27, 2015 11:05 am

shadowplay wrote:Steve Moore's OST for Cub (which I've not seen) is ace.

"Sam Vs. Kai"

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Post by shadowplay » Wed Oct 28, 2015 12:08 am

Slow-Pop wrote:
shadowplay wrote:Steve Moore's OST for Cub (which I've not seen) is ace.

"Sam Vs. Kai"

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Re: OSG goes OST...Soundtracks...

Post by shadowplay » Tue Nov 03, 2015 4:30 am

Patrick Cowley (probably best known for this stone cold classic mix which blew a young Shadowplay's mind when he first heard it)- Muscle Up is a collection of his (melancholy kosmische slomo disko dread) soundtracks to 8mm homosexual erotica. This is the second collection, the first one School Daze was great too and we are definitely in the best archive of the year zone. I great tribute to a true pioneer. Dark Entries have evolved into such a great label. :-*
If you have any preconceived notions of this being kitsch, set them aside, there is no moustachioed wah wahed squeezy cheese here, only epic synthetic ennui. It's closer to Klaus Dinger than Dirk Diggler!

Some Muscle up Samples to tickle your erogenous zones until release in couple of weeks;

Patrick Cowley - Deep Inside You

Patrick Cowley - The Jungle Dream

Patrick Cowley ‎- Cat's Eye


Some School Daze Samples to lather your leather. (Previously endorsed by Slow Pop a few pages back)

Patrick Cowley - Nightcrawler

Patrick Cowley - Journey Home

Patrick Cowley - Mockingbird Dream

Patrick Cowley - Out of Body

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Post by s_mcsleazy » Thu Nov 19, 2015 5:32 am

me and my friends are working on a video game soundtrack so i've been listening to other game soundtracks and i forgot how awesome the soundtrack for system shock was.
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Post by mezcalhead » Fri Nov 20, 2015 10:30 am

A couple of interesting ones popped up in the Boomkat email this week:

the soundtrack to Jodorowsky's Dune, and Morricone's soundtrack to Black Belly Of The Tarantula.
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Post by SY6655321 » Fri Nov 27, 2015 4:46 pm

Anyone here ever listen to the Space Ghost Coast to Coast OST?
It's by Sonny Sharrock.
Only Noisy slide guitar and free jazz drum addicts need apply.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lI4bJw2 ... llPYdb1uOB

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Post by windmill » Fri Nov 27, 2015 5:46 pm

SY6655321 wrote:Anyone here ever listen to the Space Ghost Coast to Coast OST?
It's by Sonny Sharrock.
Only Noisy slide guitar and free jazz drum addicts need apply.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lI4bJw2 ... llPYdb1uOB
thanks for posting this

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Re: OSG goes OST...Soundtracks...

Post by shadowplay » Tue Dec 15, 2015 8:48 am

The Cooties soundtrack by Kreng is good. I've not seen the film and don't really like the look of it but the music stands up on it's own.

In other news;
recordstore.co.uk wrote: Back To The Future Picture Disc

One of the best soundtracks of all time from one of the most legendary films of our time is on now available on Limited Edition Vinyl Picture Disc. The soundtrack includes some of the most famous tracks in music history; The Power Of Love and Johnny B.Goode featuring artists such as Huey Lewis & The News, Lindsey Buckingham, Eric Clapton and Etta James.
Yeah if you say so Recordstore.

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Post by mezcalhead » Thu Dec 17, 2015 12:01 pm

shadowplay wrote:
recordstore.co.uk wrote: best soundtracks
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Huey Lewis & The News
Yeah if you say so Recordstore.
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Post by shadowplay » Fri Dec 18, 2015 1:09 am

^^^

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This reminds me of the musical acts my sister has been interested enough over the years to actually either go and see or put up a poster.

ABBA (off to a decent start)
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Nick Kershaw
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Huey Lewis
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Bon Jovi
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Take That
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Robbie Williams

She might have liked Level 42 but I can't be 100% certain as that was during the few years i was estranged from the family after being shown the door.

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