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Kasey Kockroach

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Kasey Kockroach last won the day on May 19 2019

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  • Birthday 03/01/1992

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  1. I’ll wait and see if the expansion adds anything or if the album was indeed fine as was.
  2. The Rocketeer Batman Returns And that’s it.
  3. Go listen to the Omen scores, it’s the same thing but without having to listen to singing gargoyles.
  4. I like enjoying two things at the same time, strangely enough.
  5. Just going to leave this here as I had a good hearty laugh at this theft. https://youtu.be/PKtYqh7VDEo
  6. Been ages since I bought anything indulgent (movies, games, soundtracks), but I always liked Deepstar Six’s opening theme and never had a means of hearing the rest. Grabbed it just for the fun of having a monster movie score I hadn’t heard before!
  7. Poltergeist (Jerry Goldsmith) Ferdinand (John Powell) The Fury (John Williams) Honey I Blew Up the Kid (Bruce Broughton) Land Before Time (James Horner) Hellbound: Hellraiser II (Christopher Young) Far From Home: Adventures of Yellow Dog (John Scott) I can’t confidently do a top 10, but I can manage a top 7.
  8. Hollow Man by Jerry Goldsmith Fondly recalling when I was listening to this at night awhile back and was not ready for a certain spine-tingling noise that’s heard near the end of “The Big Climb”. That man still had it in him even then to scare the crap out of me with his music!
  9. Christopher Young’s The Fly II Gorgeous horror scoring and perfect album arrangement/length. I got used to listening to other albums for horror scores that feel like a collection of jumpscare stingers, which made coming back to this one all the more refreshing for being honest-to-god actual music. I’m not sure where I’d rank it as far as Young’s works go, yet I oddly put this one on pretty often, especially for how soothing the second track is.
  10. That’ll give him more time to actually write something interesting! (I kid, I like Fallen Kingdom)
  11. Whether or not the film’s any good is not what matters, at least hypothetically. It’s more about if the film offers any opportunity for good music. There’s plenty of good movies out there with bland scoring.
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