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Monday, December 20, 2010

Krzysztof Komeda - Rosemary's Baby / The Fearless Vampire Killers: Original Motion Picture Soundtracks (1968 & 1967 - FLAC & 320kbps)



9 comments:

Juan J. Espinoza said...

Thank you very much for this.

Adam said...

Fantastic--brilliant! Tanks so much for these!

Zer0_II said...

Finally! I've been waiting to here this since you first mentioned this over a month ago. Unfortunately I'm about to head out the door to go to work, but I can't wait to listen to this when I get home.

Ironically enough I also asked Javier over at Lost Scores to design a cover for a project that I'm currently working on. I must have asked him around the exact same time as you. I thought it was rather funny when he informed me that another individual recently posted his work on Digital Meltd0wn :) I suppose that is a telling sign of the amazing work that he does, since it has attracted attention from both of us.

Zer0_II said...

I'm going to bump this above my post for the time being also. I know you put a lot of hard work into this and I would like for it to get noticed.

pagemaster65 said...

I'm glad to have participed in this great project. Great job!!

Same for Zer0_II :-)
Thanks for the kind comments!

The Fiji Mermaid said...

Zer0, I got your message. Thanks for contacting me appreciate it. I'd love to take part, but I don't know if I can get anything together for you in time. There were a couple of scores I've been wanting to post. I'll try to get one up for you as a guest post, but I can't guarantee anything. If this doesn't work out I'd love to make an appearance some time down the road.

Strange Ranger said...

@ everybody: Thanks for the kind words. I hope you all enjoy this music as much as I am enjoying it!

@Zer0_II: I know, Javier does really great work. I'm looking forward to whatever project you have in the works, my friend.

Zer0_II said...

@Strange Ranger: I'm about to download your project now. Unfortunately I encountered a serious problem earlier today which is going to prevent me from being able to share the project I was working on. The harddrive that the project was on failed, and now I'm going to have to start from scratch. I'm really disappointed to say the least, especially considering I had been working on the project all month long, and it was intended to be my grand finale. I've still had a lot of fun doing this regardless though. I still have enough horror material to share for 15 such events. Perhaps I'll find an excuse to do this again some time before Halloween 2011. May Massacre? We'll see...

Anonymous said...

Hi. Justin from England. any chance i can get a copy of your work on fearless vampire killers. its my all time favourite film and would love the music. first watched it in 1982 when i was 8. I have the film but would love a copy of your music.