kaseykockroach

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  1. Selling off a few CD's

    They're all brilliant!...well okay, maybe not Warlock, but I liked its atmosphere anyhow and it's one of the more awkwardly intriguing Goldsmith-scored films.
  2. Selling off a few CD's

    Thanks for having me see someone posted here and briefly giving me false hope someone wanted to buy anything.
  3. Selling off a few CD's

    Been really short on money and since my car CD player's been broken for months, so I've been listening to film scores a lot less anyway. Thusly, I intend to part with the following scores if anyone wishes to buy them. Email me at kaseythecockroach@yahoo.com if interested! 25$ for Batman Returns, 15$ each for the rest.
  4. Right now, who are your Top 5 film composers?

    Jerry Goldsmith John Williams John Powell Bruce Broughton Christopher Young
  5. Video Game Music

    What I love about Ty the Tasmanian Tiger soundtracks is that there's a main theme for the character that reoccurs throughout the various tracks in various ways, almost like how a film theme works. I rarely hear that approach in video game scoring, let alone a kids game like this. I doubt it's the first to do so, just one that always stood out to me. For example, 2:03 at the first link and 1:35 at the second link.
  6. The Bruce Broughton thread

    LOVE that score, and am tempted to get the new album, but I intend to wait and see what the reactions are to the full experience. For now, I'm happy with the 40-minute album we've had.
  7. What is the Last Cue You Listened To?

    Who cares, it's a cute word. Baffle should be the name of an adorable lesbian heroine who has to rescue a clan of witches from being ground up into a smoothie by a green troll who thinks drinking witch's blood will make him immortal. What I mean to say is, I don't know.
  8. What is the Last Cue You Listened To?

    I'm baffled Michael Giacchino's Medal of Honor gets any acknowledgement when this is all your ears need for out-of-body video game music.
  9. The main theme to Bruce Broughton's Honey I Blew Up the Kid has been stuck in my head. I'd buy the new Intrada album if my car CD player wasn't broken, but for now, I'm stuck playing the old album on my laptop. Ho-hum. Botheration. Enchantingly catchy theme either way.
  10. What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    I confess there's been two reasons why I haven't been here as much lately. One, my car CD player is broken, and I won't be able to afford to fix it for a long time. And two, well...I've been kind of hooked on video game music, and I did not wish to invite scorn and mocking for my jovial fondness for this. Because good lord do I love love LOVE David Bergeaud's Ratchet and Clank scores. I can't help it. There's just so many spiritually satisfying tunes in these things.
  11. Why do we all hate everything now?

    It's easier to decide something sucks in advance and either apathetically have your low expectations met, or be joyously surprised.
  12. Are we douchebags?

    Most of the greatest characters of all time are huge unapologetic arseholes. I say keep going.
  13. I want to see this same team tackle the Garbage Pail Kids reboot.
  14. That was physically painful to listen to! I had to slit my wrists after playing that cue to soothe the pain! Michael Giacchino is the worst thing to EVER happen to the entire music industry! Why can't they just use Jerry Goldsmith's classic score over and over? Film music is DEAD! DEAD! VERY VERY DEAD!
  15. What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    If you say so, chap...I generally get nervous and anxiety-filled when trying to write anything resembling a review. For the record, I like Giacchino okay. Neither a big fan or a hater. But I really like INSIDE OUT and DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES and I find much to enjoy in JURASSIC WORLD.