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Monday, December 06, 2010

Howard Shore - Dead Ringers: Symphonic Suites From The Films of David Cronenberg (1992 - FLAC & 320kbps)


Zer0_II said...

Excellent share. I love Howard Shore's music, and I haven't had the opportunity to listen to "Dead Ringers" I thought I had the soundtracks to both "Scanners" and "The Brood", but it turns out I only have Scanners. I know it contains 27 tracks. It has been a long time since I've listened to it though, but perhaps I will share it soon if the music is fitting.

Korla said...

Just in case someone misses that one:

Strange Ranger said...

I've heard that there is a 27 track version of Scanners. It is either a promo or laserdisc isolated score, I have no idea which. I'm sure its excellent though. I think you will enjoy Dead Ringers. It walks a fine line between lovely and creepy. Howard Shore is a bad-ass.

Strange Ranger said...

BONUS ALBUM: Dark Adventure Radio Theatre - H.P. Lovecraft's At The Mountains of Madness
Format: MP3
Bitrate 320kbps

Zer0_II said...

@Korla: Thank you very much for that link. I'm downloading the album now. There are a ton of nice library compilations there also, so it was a most welcome surprise.

@Strange Ranger: Howard Shore is bad-ass indeed. I would have to say "Videodrome" is my personal favorite Shore soundtrack. I was thinking that the Scanners soundtrack with 27 tracks that I have might be a bootleg, but you may be correct about it being a promo. I'll see if I can dig up some more info on it. I actually have all of the radio plays released by Dark Adventure Radio Theatre if you might be interested. It took me forever to track them all down.

Strange Ranger said...

@ Zer0_II: I love the score for Videodrome. The movie is wicked cool, too.
I managed to snag all of the Dark Adventure Radio Theatre albums as well. If only I could find the time to listen to them!
One more exam to go... gonna make it... gonna make it.

Adam said...

Please post the flac! Thanks so much for this rarity!!!!

Strange Ranger said...

@Adam: I'll get on that as soon as I can. Expect it sometime this week. Cheers!