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CamelBoy68

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    Youtube clips

    Found this on Gizmodo, nice !
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    Sorry Thor, that was a gold in the skeleton... Silver & Bronze in the Men/Womens curling and Bronze in Snowboarding
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    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    Thanks for the tip, just ordered it along with ID4, The Lone Gunmen & Leverage...
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    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    yep, thats it. How do they compare ?
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    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    It was the lalaland one, from Amazon MP3 wrong page, it was the Rhino version.
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    What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    To be honest, nothing really stood out for me, although I might take a look at it on its own, away from the distraction of the film....from what I can remember it did all that was asked of it in complimenting the action.
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    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    Just finished Speed by Mark Mancina and now moving onto The Music of ITC Disk 2 Titles & Cues from: Randall & Hopkirk Deceased - Edwin Astley Strange Report - Roger Webb The Persuaders! John Barry/ Jackie trent & Tony Hatch / Ken Thorne Jason King - Laurie Johnson The Protectors - Mitch Murray & Peter Callender / John Cameron (including Avenues and Alleyways-Tony Christie's no.37 hit in 1973) The Adventurer - John Barry The Zoo Gang - Paul McCartney and Wings / Ken Thorne Return Of The Saint - Brian Dee and Irving Martin / John Scott / Guido & Maurizio de Angelis
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    What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    Due to time restraints, it ended up being Robocop, which I don't think was as bad as I was expecting. Plus it was good to see Batman Michael Keaton again...
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    Afternoon...

    just thought I'd say "Hi" Fell upon this site by dumb luck, I was listening to a compiltation called Hollywood's Forgotten Gems (Scores & Songs from the Attic) Vol 1 (snappy title) and heard The Madwoman of Chaillot (Love Theme), which sounded a little familiar and a quick Google and here I am. Cool board you have here, I do enjoy a good score, as it oftens adds that extra ingredient to lift a film and in some circumstances can become so iconic that it lives on its own. Of course, there is no better exponent of this than JW, so many instantly recognisable themes. Away from soundtracks/scores, I'm often listening to Production/Trailer music, with the occasional TV theme, amongst other genres. Anyway that's enough blather, I'm going for a nose around
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