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  1. I also REALLY love the Private Collection with Jon Anderson. The track "Horizon" is outstanding.
  2. This news has hit me surprisingly hard as well. In remembrance of him, I currently have Opera Sauvage on rotation. It's interesting with Vangelis. I collect his released albums on vinyl as well as CD, so I switch between the two formats and it's a joy to read the liner notes.
  3. Is that footage available to view anywhere online? Seems like it is just available for those who purchase the new box set.
  4. Here is an archived link to the article. I received a 404 when clicking on the original link. https://web.archive.org/web/20211228152829/https://deadline.com/2021/12/the-matrix-ressurections-lana-wachowski-directing-1234902187/
  5. The score was mixed strangely for me as well. I watched at home via streaming. The Cuba Chase is where I noticed it the most.
  6. I find myself with the same mindset! I buy physical, yet increasingly so for films and albums that I cannot find for download or streaming.
  7. @gkgyver Seems like John Altman released his Goldeneye "Tank Chase" track via Soundcloud back in April 2020. Wonder if this means an expansion of the soundtrack was in the works... https://goldeneyedossier.wixsite.com/bond/post/john-altman-releases-the-original-goldeneye-tank-chase-track
  8. I love this score! I have the DVD of the movie and will need to rewatch.
  9. Labyrinth with Trevor Jones is quite good. Bowie had some good singles off that album like the "As the World Falls Down" single. Actually, Bowie had some great single releases. I love the three single releases he put out for "Everyone Says 'Hi'" off the Heathen album. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Everyone_Says_'Hi'
  10. I am enjoying the second chapter album release more than the first. There are moments, especially the opening to "The Next Journey" that remind me of Tom Pierson's score for Quartet, a film by Robert Altman.
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