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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Michael J. Lewis - Theatre Of Blood: Original Score (Official Promo Release) (1973 - 192kbps)

Michael J. Lewis - Theatre Of Blood: Original Motion Picture Score (Official Promo Release) (1973)


Anonymous said...

Wow, great post. An excellent score to a terrific film.
Lewis' score for The Medusa Touch is also well worth a listen.
This site is really something else, I haven't seen so much good taste in one place in a long time.
Thanks a million.

Zer0_II said...

@Anon: Thank you for the kind words. I'm glad you're enjoying the content here. Please let me know if there are any albums you would like to see posted here in the future, or if you would prefer to see more of a particular genre.

I actually haven't had the opportunity to listen to The Medusa Touch, but I'll see if I can track it down. If it compares to "Theatre of Blood", then I'm sure it is amazing. Thank you for the recommendation.

Anonymous said...

You have a great site here. Came accross it as I was looking for the tracks for the album "Count Down" by Jimmie Haskell. Checked out your "soundtrack" area and found a number of "great" titles.
I downloaded the soundtrack to the film "Theatre of Blood" one of Vincents best. Tried downloading it three times and only the following tracks: 1,2,9,18 and 21 would open to play. At least though I was able to hear the complete title track. To bad the rest refused to open. Keep up your good work with this site...

Zer0_II said...

@Anon: It sounds as if some of the tracks may have been corrupted, either during the download process, or when you were extracting the archive. All the tracks play perfectly fine for me. It seems as if the person who left the first comment was also able to play all of the tracks fine. I will give you the benefit of the doubt though, and will go ahead and reupload the album for you later tonight.

Anonymous said...

Hi there,
This is really wonderful of you to repost this soundtrack. I tried two different ways to unzip them and they always came out the same.
Also,I just finished listening to the soundtrack of a favorite film of mine. It is "The Changeling". So glad you were able to post this one too.
Also glad you were able to post the "Quatermass" soundtrack. I am a big Hammer film fan.
Again thanks...

Anonymous said...

Hi ZerO II,
Hope you get this before you reupload the file for "Theatre of Blood" soundtrack.
I just looked at my Zip file again.
When I right click it I get several options which include:
1. Extract File
2. Extract Here
3. Extract to: (whatever the name of the item is).
I open with either number 1 or 3.
So I tried number 2 and
it opened beautifully.
So thank you for a great post and offering to reupload it again. So very kind of you. A great soundtrack to a great movie.

Zer0_II said...

@Anonymous: I'm glad to hear that you were able to sort things out, and you are enjoying some of the albums you are discovering here. Feel free to make requests if there are any albums you would like to see posted here, or if there is a particular genre you would like to see more of in the future.

Fortunately I hadn't already started re-uploading this. I'm sure you will be impressed once you listen to this album, if you haven't had the opportunity to listen to it already. Take care.

Brayden said...

theres something wrong with the zip plz re upload