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Thursday, August 02, 2007

Goin' on hiatus - Back in early Fall

I'll be going on another hiatus soon, due to work, so expect no update until mid to late September.

Until that time, please pillage the archives and enjoy these new additions:



FORBIDDEN ZONE is Danny Elfman's first score, for his brother's whacked out cult film. When released on CD, two tracks, "Pico and Sepulveda" and "La Petit Tonkinoise" were excluded, mainly due to rights issues. I've restored those tracks, so this mirrors the original LP release.



THE HIDDEN is an early Michael Convertino score, mixing percussion and electronics with some orchestral overlays. Very interesting. This is from the cassette release, which doesn't have a track the CD release had.

Enjoy the rest of your summer - see you in September!

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links fixed... sorry about that.

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Got it. Thanks a lot.
Peace.

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