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The Amityville Horror- Classic Horror Film Themes Vol. 2 (1974-1979)

The Amityville Horror- Classic Horror Film Themes Vol. 2 (1974-1979)

The Amityville Horror- Classic Horror Film Themes Vol. 2 (1974-1979)

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The Exorcist: Classic Horror Film Themes Vol.1 (1970 - 1973)

The Exorcist: Classic Horror Film Themes Vol.1 (1970 - 1973)

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The Exorcist: Classic Horror Film Themes Vol.1 (1970 - 1973).

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Airwolf TV Series Soundtrack Playlist (Sylvester Levay and Rick Patterson)

Airwolf TV Series Soundtrack Playlist (Sylvester Levay and Rick Patterson)

Newly Recorded music from the 1980's TV Series AIRWOLF composed by Sylvester Levay and Rick Patterson

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Strange Sleep (From The Film "The Dunwich Horror (1970) performed by Joohyun Park

Strange Sleep (From The Film "The Dunwich Horror (1970) performed by Joohyun Park

A Modern take on this theme from Les Baxter's score for the 1970 film THE DUNWICH HORROR.

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FSM Online reviews the Lee Holdridge soundtrack to ATOMIC TRAIN

FSM Online reviews the Lee Holdridge soundtrack to ATOMIC TRAIN

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Having already released a couple of volumes of Lee Holdridge’s music in their composer-based “collection” series, Dragon’s Domain now presents his score for the 1999 NBC mini-series Atomic Train. The two-part thriller finds Rob Lowe called in to help stop a runaway train headed to Denver, that just happens to have a bomb among its cargo. Holdridge was one of the go-to composers for TV films in this era, and this is just one of several he scored for the 1998-99 season. Atomic Train is also the second mini-series disaster score by Holdridge to be issued by the label, with the other being 10.5 (2004).

Holdridge’s music is usually driven by fine thematic writing, and in Atomic Traintwo primary ideas quickly come to the forefront. A menacing series of dark harmonies and dissonance bursts forth in “Railroad Crossing,” which shows off a metallic, percussive edge to the motif, helping to depict the train itself. “Ultrasound” follows with a touching, lyrical thread that provides contrast to some the more visceral material. This more traditional sounding Holdridge fare also depicts Lowe’s character’s connection to his family as the danger increases.

While the score is orchestral, there are electronics present that lend a contemporary vibe from time to time. Similarly, the electronic percussive elements propel the action forward, further simulating the forward movement of the train. The film’s explosive climax is followed by some wonderful large-scale orchestral writing, particularly during the final emotional arrival as things wrap up with a huge statement of the theme. The touching “End Credits” is another solid example of Holdridge’s gorgeous orchestral stylings.

Atomic Train is a successful blend of orchestral writing with electronic textures and percussion. The frequent shifts between the tension-building fare and the lyrical passages make for a diverse listening experience. In all, this a solid work for a very forgettable telefilm, but fans of the composer will want to seek out its thematic rewards. For more information on the limited edition album of 500 units, and to check out samples of the score, visit Buysoundtrax.com. Steven A. Kennedy

Comments regarding this review can be sent to: stev4uth@hotmail.com.

Patrick Williams theme for THE MAGICIAN (45 Single version)

Patrick Williams theme for THE MAGICIAN (45 Single version)

Patrick Williams theme for THE MAGICIAN (45 Single version)

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New Youtube Video: Theme from KRULL for solo Piano performed by Joohyun Park

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cool Youtube review of BUKIMISHA: GODZILLA VS. RODAN - THE SPIRITUAL VOICES OF AKIRA IFUKUBE

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Something for Christmas and the Holidays from BSX

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"Brave" Music From The Film For Keyboard performed by Keyartist

"Brave" Music From The Film For Keyboard performed by Keyartist

A Brand New BSX Album produced and Arranged by Keyarist.

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