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Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Delia Derbyshire & Brian Hodgson - The Legend of Hell House (Unreleased Score) (1973 - 320kbps)


Anonymous said...

The Legend of Hell House is a scary movie. The story has been filmed before as THE HAUNTING and THE HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL.

William said...

Omg dude I'm grabbing all you post and I'm mind fucked I love this!

At first I searched some Delia on google and got on your website to find the BBC music album but then, omy, I like all of it keep posting live long!


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Zer0_II said...

@William: Thank you for the feedback, and I'm glad you're enjoying what you see here. Please let me know if there is anything in particular you would like to see posted here in the future. I hope to see you again in the not too distant future. Take care.

Anonymous said...

I used a rip from the movie and if I remember. A track or two had been released on a library album that was included. Sorry, it’s been awhile.

Zer0_II said...

@The MASTER CYLINDER: Thank you for stopping by and commenting, and more importantly for taking the time to rip the music from this score and many others.

I hope you will be back to see my reply. While you're here I wanted to ask you if it would be possible to get an invitation to your blog. My e-mail address is shockw4ve_x at hotmail dot com I would be extremely grateful if you would be willing to send me one. Thank you once again for everything. Take care.

Anonymous said...

The American DVD of the film does not have a 5.1 track. It was mixed originally in mono but the Fox DVD included a 4.0 remix. I think some of the overseas discs have a 2.0 surround downmix of that remix.

Anonymous said...

this is a quality find , ive always liked the film for just being a Little bit odd
the soundtrack ive always wanted a cd of . so thanks for this

Anonymous said...

Brilliant to find this on your site! I had previously bought the movie on DVD just so I could hear the score. For the record, the region 2 edition uses a 2.0 mix.

Zer0_II said...

@Anonymous & jesusandrew: I'm glad that you both of you were happy to find this here. This "soundtrack" is so short that I considered not even posting this. The fact that I'm a huge Delia Derbyshire fan, and this soundtrack never saw a proper release, prompted me to go ahead and post it regardless though. It is great to login and see comments such as these which reinforce my decision to do so. I hope that you both enjoyed it.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic blog! So glad to have found you!
I love all things Delia D and BBC Radiophonics, Plus EA Poe.
Cheers much appreciated. Loving all the Avant-Garde, Film and Library music also.

Come view/visit a bit of my world here, hope you like.