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Monday, November 29, 2010

Roger Roger - Drama and Suspense (Crea Sound - MC 8013) (320kbps)

Roger Roger - Drama and Suspense (Crea Sound - MC 8013)


Korla said...

These library-posts are very welcome and totally brilliant. All of them. Thank you.

Zer0_II said...

Korla: Thank you very much. I almost hate to take a break from the library music posts. I do wish that I had made the decision to share them here sooner, but I suppose it's better late than never. You can look forward to more library music goodness after Christmas. If you have any requests in the meantime feel free to make them. I have an endless supply of library music albums, and if I don't have it I will have an entire month to search for anything you might happen to request.

dispo said...

"I have an endless supply of library music albums"
That's good to hear ;-)

I have this one on vinyl, but your post inspired me to listen to it again...
My request would just be that you continue in this vein. Most sites that share library are focussed on the rare groove / funk aspect, which is imho a little bit boring compared to the mind-blowing stuff that you just posted.

Korla said...

Zer0: Of course i don't know if you are interested in this, but i have uploaded a compilation of soundtracks from the composer Ronald Stein. It's called "Not Of This Earth" and there's plenty of fine old-fashioned creepy music on it. The scores for great movies like Dementia 13, Not Of This Earth and even Spider Baby (!) can be heard here. I like this album very much and if you like it too, feel free to post it on your great blog. I haven't checked if it's on other blogs already, though. You can find the 320-version here: http://www.mediafire.com/?uccy74ctozkon52