Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year 2011

Cromer North Norfolk

Wish you and your family all the best wishes in the new year from the bottom of my heart.

See ya.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Machete 1.1

Billie / Popi Soundtrack [1965-1969-2010]

Intrada presents a double-header from the United Artists record catalog of the 1960s. Billie (1965) and Popi (1969) are two flavorful, enthusiastic film scores by then-prolific composer Dominic Frontiere. Billie is hip, spunky and tuned to the sixties teenage beat with musical pleasures aplenty -- while most of the songs here are in pop mode (with bubblegum lyrics to match), Frontiere’s score is often funky, bluesy, jazzy—befitting a man who, earlier in his peripatetic career, fronted a jazz sextet. Billie tells the coming-of-age story, with songs, of a 15-year-old girl (pluckily played by Patty Duke) whose athletic ability sets her apart from her peers, causing all sorts of endearing trouble with boys, parents, and school officials.

Five years later, Frontiere was offered a very different kind of project. Popi is a small film dealing with an unusual subject: the struggles of a Puerto Rican immigrant (Alan Arkin) to provide a decent life for his two little boys in New York’s Spanish Harlem. Eventually, he concocts a desperate scheme to pass them off as Cuban Boat People refugees, hoping that the resultant publicity will attract a potentially wealthy adoptive family who will get his children off the city’s mean streets. The music for Popi includes more dramatic content, including some beautiful Latin-flavored melodies and a wonderfully symmetrical, nautically-buoyant sailing sequence. Frontiere shows his mettle, providing a score that both supports and enhances the film’s complex mix of comedy and wistfulness. He begins right out of the gate with a sprightly tune for the film's main character.

For this premiere release of Dominic Frontiere's scintillating, sparkling works for Billie and Popi, Intrada had access to the original stereo LP masters stored at MGM. This release features the original LP programs and is limited to 1000 copies.

Track listing

01. Main Title – Billie (02:20)
02. Alma Mater/I Love You, I Love You/Welcome Home [Medley] (02:53)
03. The Beat (02:25)
04. Lonely Little In Between (02:12)
05. The Girl Is A Girl Is A Girl (02:30)
06. Funny Little Butterflies (03:28)
07. Funny Little Butterflies (02:20)
08. Hold It (02:19)
09. Billie (03:03)
10. The Girl Is A Girl Is A Girl (02:15)
11. Victory Dance (02:44)
12. Discoteque (03:21)
01 - 12 from "Billie" (1965) total time 32'26
13. Popi [Instrumental] (02:37)
14. Rita's Theme (03:04)
15. Two Boys On A Beach (02:15)
16. The Flood (01:41)
17. Set Sail (02:04)
18. Chico's Place (02:10)
19. Popi [Children’s Chorus] (02:40)
20. They Ran Away (02:32)
21. On To Miami (02:47)
22. Where's My Kids (02:43)
23. Geneviva Take Care (03:22)
24. You Want These Kids (02:00)
13 - 24 from "Popi" (1969) total time 30'26


Navy Seals Soundtrack [1990-2010]

"World premiere of Sylvester Levay action score for 1990 Lewis Teague tale of elite commando forces battling terrorists, starring Charlie Sheen, Michael Biehn, Bill Paxton. Though Atlantic label issued song album at time of film's release, this is first appearance of hard-driving score by Sylvester Levay. Initially colored by pulsating synths for training, locale and early action, Levay brings in large orchestral action music as conflicts widen. Intrada presents score in crisp stereo from original session elements courtesy both MGM and composer. Sylvester Levay conducts Munich Philharmonic. Intrada Special Collection release limited to 1200 copies!"

01. Main Title (03:10)
02. The First Mission (02:00)
03. Search Team (04:52)
04. Training Camp (01:40)
05. Freighter Raid (06:13)
06. High Jumpers (05:23)
07. Into Town (04:49)
08. Graham's Dead (01:22)
09. Funeral (02:18)
10. Beirut (04:52)
11. Stinger (01:22)
12. God Is Dead (00:56)
13. Planting The Dynamite (04:00)
14. Saving Curran (01:46)
15. Da Auto (01:23)
16. Back To The Sub (03:10)
17. To The Rescue (01:13)
18. The Missiles (00:21)
19. Never Talk About Now (00:56)
20. TV Documentary Underscore (01:03)
21. Funeral (Alternate Version With Trumpet) (02:00)


Monday, December 27, 2010

Rome Adventure Soundtrack [1962]

Rome Adventure, also known as Lovers Must Learn, is a 1962 romantic drama film, based on Irving Fineman's novel
A New England schoolteacher, Prudence Bell, Suzanne Pleshette decides to take off for Italy. Prudence has recommended a book to one of her students that has drawn the ire of the school board and she resigns one step ahead of being fired. She defends the book "Lovers Must Learn" and tells the prudish board that she's going to Rome where she will be surrounded by people who really know the meaning of love. She sails from New York to Italy and at the rail she accidentally picks the wrong man she was standing near as a protective consort. This all gets resolved via telegrams and gives us two potential romantic interests before even leaving. Albert Stillwell, a student of Etruscan history is a perfect gentlemen and scout, while Rossano Brazzi, playing Roberto Orlandi who is the perfect Roman lover, mature, romantic, poetic, and always interested.

Once in Rome, Prudence checks into her boarding home and meets a self centered American architect, Don Porter, Troy Donahue, who is running away from/to the love of his life, Lyda Kent( Angie Dickinson ) a controlling, manipulative bombshell of a woman tied up in her own love storms. Prudence needs a job and gets a tip during dinner that first night in Rome, an English speaking job in an American Book Shop near one of Rome's famous fountains. Bright and early the next morning she lands a perfect job with the bookstore owner, Constance Ford and her large, loud, fuzzy sheep dog. Their first meeting and friendly banter is a terrific lead into their characters and their budding friendship.

The plot thickens as Prudence takes an Italian language course on her record player which sets off a yelling match between her and Don, who isn't a bit interested in her, yet. Don is a close confidant with Roberto and has several discussions about his relationship with Lyda and it's impending implosion. As it falters, Prudence becomes a rebound candidate and handles his interest with aplomb. The two take a trip around Rome in horse drawn carts, his red Vespa scooter, while seeing much of Rome in a great travel log and romantic journey. While at dinner looking over the entire City of Rome, Don buys a chandelier from a peddler that serves as a symbol of their new friendship. At dinner, Emilio Pericoli sings the wonderful song "Al Di Là", his Italian version that rose to number 6 following the movies release in '62.

Lyda and Prudence meet at a stuffy dinner, the visual daggers are shared as each shows the other who's territory Don Porter belongs in. Albert floats through several scenes and is always the clueless, nerdy student with just the right timing to diffuse any situation, unbeknown to him.

Summer holidays, August escapes arrive, the book store closes and Don and Prudence sneak out of town on a train to Lago Maggiore in northern Italy for a wonderful, innocent and beautiful tour of the garden spots of northern Italy, the Italian alps with "Al Di Là" playing over the lift speakers, Verona and its famous Romeo and Juliet balcony, it's market place where the plot thickens. Prudence runs into friends, and makes a mad dash with her Romeo Don out of the market and eventually back to Rome. A time well spent, relationships cemented rock solid and a good time had by all.

Back in Rome, Lyda has gotten herself into more trouble and has urgent needs to see Don who by now knows he has to break off his relationship with her. Don is summoned to a villa where Lyda plays cat and mouse about the fact that she has married a possessive rich old man and needs Don to free her from her palatial prison. Don finally comes to his senses and heads back to Rome, but Prudence is convinced that Dan wants to be with Lyda and makes her plans to leave Rome and return to the States. The process turns into a chaotic goodbye scene in the train station between Prudence and all her friends she's made while in Rome.

She sails back to New York City, and while waiting at the ships rail sees her parents, waves and begins to disembark. While stepping down she sees a chandelier weaving its way through the crowd and behind her family. Her heart leaps as she passes the family and slides into the arms of Don Porter her prize from her Rome Adventure. The end.

01. Rome Adventure
02. Lovers Must Learn
03. Tarantella
04. Al di la
05. Serenade
06. Prudence
07. Rome Adventure II
08. Oh Marie
09. Matinatta
10. Arrivederci Rome
11. Come Back To Sorrento
12. Santa Lucia
13. Volare (Nel Blu Di Pinto Di Blu)


Clash of the Titans Soundtrack [1981-2010]

World premiere 2-CD release of complete score to rousing Desmond Davis fantasy film starring Harry Hamlin, Laurence Olivier, Burgess Meredith with visual effects by legendary Ray Harryhausen. Spectacular Laurence Rosenthal score offers incredible sweep, colorful excitement, dynamic action. Original LP & CD featured 39 minutes of music (less than half of the finished score) but Intrada 2-disc set presents entire 90-minute score, including rare choral pieces written for Mount Olympus scenes that went largely unused! Also appearing for first time: powerful "Two-Headed Dog" battle, lengthy, imposing "The Quest" sequence plus entire "Medusa" cue. Also featured is original (and longer) "Prologue And Main Title" plus shorter revision used for finished film and earlier albums. Entire score presented in glorious stereo from multi-track master elements courtesy Warner Bros. & generous efforts by Lukas Kendall at FSM plus Sony Music. Informative notes by John Takis plus two original artwork campaigns for movie feature in colorful packaging. Laurence Rosenthal conducts London Symphony Orchestra. Intrada Special Collection release limited to 3000 copies!

Disc 1

CD 1 – The Album
01. Prologue And Main Title 3:59 Hear This Track
02. Olympus [Chorus] 2:33 Hear This Track
03. Argos Is Doomed 1:46
04. Argos Destroyed 2:27
05. Boyhood Of Perseus 3:05 Hear This Track
06. Zeus’s Judgment [Chorus] 0:58
07. Transformation Of Calibos 0:59
08. Dreams And Omens 2:03
09. Zeus Commands The Gifts [Chorus] 1:25
10. Magic Weapons 1:05
11. Fulfill Your Destiny [Chorus] 1:08
12. Invisible/Joppa 2:44 Hear This Track
13. Andromeda 4:21
14. Pegasus/To The Marsh 6:32 Hear This Track
15. The Lord Of The Marsh 3:56
16. The Fight In The Swamp/Fanfare 1:02 Hear This Track
17. Curse Ended/The Dancing Girl 1:57
18. Justice Or Revenge/The Lovers 2:23

CD 1 Total Time: 45:14

CD 2 – The Album (Continued) 01. The Head Of Thetis/Pegasus In The Net 3:09
02. “We Follow The North Star” 0:27
03. “It Is My Wish” [Chorus] 1:24
04. Bubo Arrives/The Quest 5:41 Hear This Track
05. The Farewell 2:17
06. The River Styx 2:50
07. Medusa Temple/Two Headed Dog 3:31 Hear This Track
08. Medusa 6:36 Hear This Track
09. The Magic Sword 2:47 Hear This Track
10. Bubo The Dive-Bomber 1:21
11. Andromeda Shackled 2:04
12. The Kraken 3:27
13. Clash Of The Titans/Andromeda Rescued 4:20 Hear This Track
14. The Constellations – End Title 4:05 Hear This Track

Total Album Time: 89:40

The Extras
15. Prologue And Main Title (LP Version) 3:21
16. Zeus’s Judgment [Chorus] (Unused Alternate Version) 0:17
17. No Mercy [Chorus] (Unused) 0:29
18. Joppa (Original Version) 1:30
19. The Quest (Alternate Version) 1:04
20. Procession Drums 2:53
21. The Constellations – End Title [LP Version/Narration By Laurence Olivier] 4:05

Total Extras Time: 13:53

CD 2 Total Time: 58:27


Flesh + Blood Soundtrack [1985-2010]

[Tom D.]
After having done Conan and Conan the Destroyer, you'd think that Basil Poledouris would have been a little loathed to cover the same kind of territory again, but with a different film, after all, there are only so many ways to score a sword and scorcery type film. Rather annoyingly released through the Varese CD Club (and hence difficult to get hold of these days), this is very much like Conan even if the score is consructed more simply and basically alternates action cues with moody romance music. I guess with such a portentous titles as Flesh + Blood you wouldn't expect the action cues to be fun and light but rather more gutsy and loud and indeed you get what you expect. The main theme is constructed of parallel fifths and so often sounds like that Roman music that Miklos Rozsa used in his biblical epics, but you wouldn't really mistake this for a Rozsa score, there are enough obvious Poledouris stylings. This is naturally introduced in the main title, which also features some of the softer music and so pretty much sets both tones for the score.

Siege of the City, Wagon Attack and Castle Invasion are all jolly exciting action cues with a fun game of 'let's see how many brass instruments we can have playing at once' which is always fun to play. However, the action high point would have to be The Box (which doesn't exactly sound like an action cue I admit), but it's a riveting five minutes of extremely loud brass, percussion and everything else flailing around in the background. Mind you, I wouldn't say that it was overorchestrated though, but then again this is music that isn't shy of making an impression. Poledouris uses lots of interesting harmonies to keep a bit more interesting than it might have been. I don't know what it is about Poledouris' harmonies, but they seem to be his maojr asset and it is the harmony that usually makes it easy to tell whether he wrote the score or not. The romantic music I thought was verging on naff for some reason, but it is exactly the kind of Conan inspired romance that I'd expect so I wasn't too disappointed. The finale track neatly sums everything up and provides some more light hearted music which goes cunningly combine with the main theme and weave in the romance as well.

Since this sells for large sums of money, the chances of anyone wanting to give up their copy is very small, especially since it's an extremely enjoyable score all round. While it is rousing, it never becomes too much or overbearing and there is always some interesting orchestral device or quieter moment to provide the required rest periods between stirring loudness. If you have Conan then you're not really missing a great deal, since this is much along the same lines, although I hasten to add that it's not a clone; like I said, there are only so many ways of scoring this kind of film and not many directors are willing to part with formula and Poledouris was almost certainly asked based on his experience of Conan. Good stuff and worth hearing for sure, so beg, borrow or steal a copy.


The Album
01. Main Title 2:34 Hear This Track
02. Siege Of The City 3:24
03. The Noose 0:34
04. A Rotten Trick 1:19
05. Saint Martin 2:52
06. Lesson In Nature 1:09
07. Agnes And Kathleen 0:48
08. Courtship And Mandrake 4:05
09. Wagon Attack 2:38 Hear This Track
10. The Rape 2:40
11. Martin’s Withdrawal/The Pointer/The Castle 5:09 Hear This Track
12. Castle Invasion 2:03
13. Feast For Martin 3:20
14. Martin & Agnes Love Theme 1:24 Hear This Track
15. Rescue Me 0:52
16. Night Fires 2:22
17. The Box 5:27 Hear This Track
18. The Burning Wheel 1:00
19. The Plague Dog 5:07 Hear This Track
20. Water (The Undoing) 1:42
21. Prepare For Battle 3:11
22. Arnolfini Assault 5:50 Hear This Track
23. Denouement/End Title 7:46 Hear This Track

Total Album Time: 68:16

The Extra
24. The Box [With Percussion Overlay] 5:27


Poltergeist Soundtrack [1982-2010]

Out of print in the U.S.! Oscar winning composer Jerry Goldsmith's prodigious talents for scoring for the frightening and macabre are on grand form in his soundtrack to Poltergeist. From gentle, homely melodies to grisly, atonal movements, Goldsmith's music illustrates the deep affection, decent into terror and ultimate triumph of the Freeling family.

Disc 1
1. The Star Spangled Banner (01:30)
2. The Calling (01:57)
3. The Neighborhood—Day (02:15)
4. The Tree (02:26)
5. The Clown/They're Here/Broken Glass (03:52)
6. The Hole/TV People (01:26)
7. Twisted Abduction (06:58)
8. The Jewelry (05:06)
9. The Light (02:07)
10. Night Visitor (08:00)
11. No Complaints (01:05)
12. Let’s Get Her/Rebirth (16:02)
13. Night of the Beast (03:51)
14. Escape From Suburbia (07:29)
15. No TV/End Credits (Carol Anne's Theme) (04:20)

Disc 2
1. Carol Anne’s Theme (03:29)
2. Night Visitor (07:28)
3. Escape From Suburbia (06:18)
4. The Light (02:03)
5. The Neighborhood—Day (02:15)
6. Night of the Beast (02:16)
7. Twisted Abduction (06:14)
8. Rebirth (08:17)
Tracks 1 to 8 from the 1982 Soundtrack Album
9. Bonus Track: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star (00:36)
10. Bonus Track: Wild Percussion (03:14)
11. Bonus Track: The Calling (alternate) (02:05)
12. Bonus Track: Carol Anne’s Theme (orchestra only) (03:15)
13. Bonus Track: The Clown (alternate) (01:16)
14. Bonus Track: Escape From Suburbia (alternate) (07:31)
15. Bonus Track: Carol Anne’s Theme (original edit and alternate vocal) (03:15)
16. Theme From The Prize (02:15)
17. Manhunt (02:50)
18. Three Lost People (01:23)
19. The Night People (02:02)
20. The Courier (01:37)
Tracks 16 to 20 - bonus score from "The Prize"


Sunday, December 26, 2010

Gun Size Matters

Mr. ans Mrs. Smith meet Shooter

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Gulliver’s Travels Soundtrack [2010]

Gulliver’s Travels is one Jack Black fantasy action adventure .

The story centers on Lemuel Gulliver, a free-spirited travel writer who, on an assignment to the Bermuda Triangle, suddenly finds himself a giant among men when he washes ashore on the hidden island of Lilliput, home to a population of industrious, yet tiny, people.

Along with Black, the movie also stars Emily Blunt, Billy Connolly, Jason Segel, Amanda Peet, Romany Malco, Stewart Scudamore and Nikki Harrup.

Opening in 3D and 2D theaters on December 22, Gulliver’s Travels is directed by Rob Letterman from a script by Nicholas Stoller and Joe Stillman.

Track listing

01 A Day In the Life of Lemuel Gulliver
02 Blatant Plagiarism
03 The Bermuda Triangle
04 Behold the Beast
05 Involuntary Servitude
06 Nobody Save the Princess!
07 Delusions of Grandeur
08 Dreaming of a Princess
09 I Have Come to Court You
10 Forlorn
11 The Blefuscian Armada
12 How to Woo a Princess
13 Edwardian Hissy-Fit
14 Persona Non Grata
15 The Island Where We Dare Not Go
16 Take Off That Dress, and Lets Get Outta Here
17 Ein Roboterleben
18 Farewell to Lilliput


True Grit Soundtrack [2010]

True Grit, starring Jeff Bridges (U.S. Marshal, Rooster Cogburn), Matt Damon (Texas Ranger, LeBoeuf ), Josh Brolin (Tom Chaney) and Hailee Steinfeld (Mattie Ross). The novel previously appeared on the big screen back in 1969 with John Wayne in the lead.

Fourteen-year-old Mattie Ross’s (Steinfeld) father has been shot in cold blood by the coward Tom Chaney (Brolin), and she is determined to bring him to justice. Enlisting the help of a trigger-happy, drunken US Marshal, Rooster Cogburn (Bridges), she sets out with him — over his objections — to hunt down Chaney. Her father’s blood demands that she pursue the criminal into Indian territory and find him before a Texas Ranger named LeBoeuf (Damon) catches him and brings him back to Texas for the murder of another man.

True Grit, directed and produced by Joel and Ethan Coen, will arrive in the movie theaters Christmas Day. The soundtrack composed by Carter Burwell.

Track list
01. The Wicked Flee
02. Father’s Gun
03. Little Blackie
04. Your Headstrong Ways
05. A Great Adventure
06. River Crossing
07. We Don’t Need Him Do We?
08. The Hanging Man
09. A Methodist And A Son Of A Bitch
10. Talking To Horses
11. A Turkey Shoot
12. Talk About Suffering
13. La Boeuf Takes Leave
14. Taken Hostage
15. One Against Four
16. The Snake Pit
17. Ride To Death
18. I Will Carry You
19. A Quarter Century
20. The Grave


Merry Christmas!

Here's wishing you all the joys of the season. Wish you and your family a Merry Christmas!

Tuesday, December 21, 2010


La-La Land Records presents the premiere CD release of composer John Scott's (THE FINAL COUNTDOWN, SHOOT TO KILL, NORTH DALLAS FORTY) magnificent orchestral score to the 1984 Warner Bros. feature film GREYSTOKE: THE LEGEND OF TARZAN, LORD OF THE APES, starring Christopher Lambert, Andie MacDowell, Ralph Richardson, Ian Holm and James Fox, directed by Hugh Hudson. Scott's brilliant score bursts with the violence and vitality of the jungle, yet is also heart-moving and surprisingly gentle. This re-issue was produced by MV Gerhard and remastered by James Nelson from the original Warner Bros. ¼ inch album masters. While no elements were secured to give this wonderful score the expanded treatment it deserves, we were able to pull the OVERTURE and END CREDITS off the original magnetic track and present it here as Bonus Material. CD Booklet features in-depth liner notes by film music writer Jeff Bond. This release is limited to 3000 Units.


1. The Family (2:52)
2. Greystoke (3:31)
3. Catastrophe (2:57)
4. Child Of The Apes (2:30)
5. Pygmy Attack (1:16)
6. D'arnot's Vision (1:31)
7. Tarzan, Lord Of The Apes (2:13)
8. Tarzan Leaves The Jungle (1:32)
9. Edge Of The World (3:09)
10. (Gardens Of Greystoke) Chanson De Matin (0:55)
11. The Weight Of Greystoke (2:50)
12. (The Dancing Lesson) Sontag Polka (1:07)
13. Dance Of Death (3:10)
14. Half Of Me Is Wild (1:06)
15. Return To The Jungle (3:11)

Bonus Tracks:

16. Overture (1:41)
17. Closing (End Titles) (2:59)

Total Running Time: 38:30

John Scott has historically been underrepresented on both LP and CD, but his rich musical material is slowly making its way to collectors. Greystoke received a CD release in the mid-eighties, but it's long out-of-print and nearly impossible to find.

Uyen Linh in Cam On Tinh Yeu (Thanks to Love) and Take Me To The River

If you're wondering what's happen next to Uyên Linh which once I mentioned in here. Last Saturday she made her mark again with final three songs. Firstly is Sao Chẳng Vể Với Em (Why You Are Not Back to Me) is very touching. The second is "Take me to the River" which performed by Annie Lennox back to 1995. The last song is specially wrote by Huy Tuan for final night, Cám Ơn Tình Yêu (Thanks to the Love) - believe me this song is not good for final gala like this.

Take your time to see what she made of that night. And it is a very good reason for you to vote for her if you are staying in Vietnam now. She deserved this, because she was not raised from musical school like her final competitor Văn Mai Hương, but she is from Institute of Diplomatic. And she has heart touching voice, that is.

So here she is in Sao Chẳng Vể Với Em - Why You Are Not Back to Me

Take Me to the River

And Cám Ơn Tình Yêu - Thanks to the Love

Last but not least here is her If I Ain't Got You cover from Alicia Keys.

See ya.
(Uyen Linh and her competitor Mai Huong)

My Rainy Days

17 year old high school student Rio (Nozomi Sasaki) is always the center of attention due to her beauty. Yet, Rio has never cared about anyone but herself due to her traumatic past. Her friends and boyfriends exist only so she can use them for her gains. Rio is only interested in money.

Then one day she meets 35 year college professor Kouki and falls in love for the first time. Rio feels confused by her emotional change and expresses her love to Kouki honestly. Although Kouki becomes interested in Rio there is a reason he can't pursue the relationship ...

This film is not quite good but if you want to check out the soundtrack you could find some real good picks.

not on the film but worth listening

Sorry for late new soundtracks this week. I'm a bit sick right now.


Limitless (formerly called Dark Fields), a new sci-fi thriller which centers on a man who reaches his fullest mental and social potential thanks to the drug, is now online.

Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro star in Limitless, a paranoia-fueled action thriller about an unpublished writer whose life is transformed by a top-secret smart drug that allows him to use 100% of his brain and become a perfect version of himself. His enhanced abilities soon attract shadowy forces that threaten his new life in this darkly comic and provocative film.

The film also stars Abbie Cornish, Anna Friel, Daniel Richards. Neil Burger directed and Leslie Dixon scripted.

Limitless comes out in March.


Greg Mottola (The Daytrippers, Superbad, Adventureland) directed the movie which follows two British comic-book geeks traveling across the U.S. encounter an alien outside Area 51.

Paul stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, who also wrote the script, and an alien voiced by Seth Rogen.

The film also co-stars Jane Lynch, Jason Bateman, Sigourney Weaver, Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader, Blythe Danner and Jeffrey Tambor.

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost reunite for the comedy adventure Paul as two sci-fi geeks whose pilgrimage takes them to America’s UFO heartland. While there, they accidentally meet an alien who brings them on an insane road trip that alters their universe forever.

For the past 60 years, an alien named Paul (voiced by Seth Rogen) has been hanging out at a top-secret military base. For reasons unknown, the space-travelling smart ass decides to escape the compound and hop on the first vehicle out of town – a rented RV containing Earthlings Graeme Willy (Pegg) and Clive Collings (Frost).

Chased by federal agents and the fanatical father of a young woman that they accidentally kidnap, Graeme and Clive hatch a fumbling escape plan to return Paul to his mother ship. And as two nerds struggle to help, one little green man might just take his fellow outcasts from misfits to intergalactic heroes.

Paul hits theaters on March 18th 2011.

Battle: Los Angeles

For years, there have been documented cases of UFO sightings around the world – Buenos Aires, Seoul, France, Germany, China. But in 2011, what were once just sightings will become a terrifying reality when Earth is attacked by unknown forces. As people everywhere watch the world’s great cities fall, Los Angeles becomes the last stand for mankind in a battle no one expected. It’s up to a Marine staff sergeant (Eckhart) and his new platoon to draw a line in the sand as they take on an enemy unlike any they’ve ever encountered before.

The film stars Aaron Eckart, Michelle Rodriguez, Neil Brown Jr., Joey King, Bridget Moynahan, Jim Parrack, Lucas Till, Michael Peña, Taylor Handley, Cory Hardrict, Ramon Rodriguez, Susie Abromeit, Noel Fisher, Michelle Pierce and Ne-Yo. Jonathan Liebesman directs the movie with the script provided by Scott Silver and Christopher Bertolini.

Battle: Los Angeles will invade theaters March 11, 2011.

Friday, December 17, 2010

You Know My Name

This song just cross my mind at the moment. What a release to playing rock songs in tight schedule. One of my friend just quit her job and blame it all for a intricate boss.

Here it is

If you take a life
Do you know what you'll give?
Odds are you won't like What it Is.

When the storm arrives
Would you be seen with me?
By the merciless eyes I've deceived

I've seen angels fall from blinding heights
But you yourself are nothing so divine
Just next in line

Arm yourself because no one else here will save you
The odds will betray you
And I will replace you
You can't deny the prize it may never fulfill you
It longs to kill you
Are you willing to die?
The coldest blood runs through my veins
You know my name

If you come inside
Things will not be the same
When you return to my eyes

And if you think you've won
You never saw me change
The game that we have been playing

I've seen diamonds cut through harder men
Then you yourself but if you must pretend
You may meet your end

Arm yourself because no one else here will save you
The odds will betray you
And I will replace you
You can't deny the prize it may never fulfill you
It longs to kill you
Are you willing to die?
The coldest blood runs through my veins

Try to hide your hand
Forget how to feel (forget how to feel)
Life is gone
With just a spin of the wheel (spin of the wheel)

Arm yourself because no one else here will save you
The odds will betray you
And I will replace you
You can't deny the prize it may never fulfill you
It longs to kill you
Are you willing to die?
The coldest blood runs through my veins
You know my name (You Know My Name)

You Know My Name (You Know My Name)
You Know My Name
You Know My Name
You Know My Name

See ya. Have a nice weekend.

Happy Now Soundtrack [2010]

Six years before Italian composer Dario Marianelli wrote his Academy Award-winning score for Joe Wright’s Atonement, he composed the score for a little-known British dark comedy entitled Happy Now.

As a new entry in MovieScore Media’s ‘Discovery Collection’ (where the same composer’s I Capture the Castle was previously released) brings to you one of Marianelli’s most quirky and entertaining scores – a wonderfully charming orchestral score which in many ways foreshadows his score for Terry Gilliam’s The Brothers Grimm, which came for years later. This music – crowned by a very nice and memorable main theme and performed beautifully by the Munich Symphony Orchestra - has never before been released in any format.

Wolrd premiere release of Marianelli’s score is a must-have for fans of this wonderful composer!

Track titles:
1 The Strange Land 1.33
2 Locked Away 2.07
3 Near Miss 1.43
4 Derangement 2.24
5 Execution 1.34
6 The Rock 4.04
7 The Scream 1.39
8 Hommage to David Rose 2.19
9 It's a Camaleon's Life 1.05
10 Bonanzaland 2.08
11 On the Chase 3.20
12 Can't Be Her... 2.44
13 Who's the Bullet For? 1.38
14 Photos 1.04
15 Glen Loses It 0.49
16 Wild West Wales 3.50
17 Happy Now 4.52


Tron Evolution Soundtrack [2010]

Ok this one is game soundtrack and running with electric beats around. If some last albums for Tron not yet meet your satisfaction just try to listen to this.

Track list
1.LegacyOpen (2:07)
2.AbraxasALT (2:12)
3.Abraxasboss1 (2:20)
4.Codex2 (2:04)
5.DarkAmbient (2:03)
9.HalamInfect (1:21)
13.Lightbike2 (1:13)
14.Loop5Intro (1:12)
15.Outlands1 (1:50)
16.OutlandsAmb (1:09)
19.PuzzleExplore2 (1:44)
25.RegulatorC (1:54)
27.Sentry02 (2:05)
28.Sentry02Min (1:07)
29.Spiritual01 (1:50)
31.StrangeAttractorKPM060201501 (2:10)
39.Tronderezloop (0:51)
41.TronDrez (1:05)
42.TronEndofEverything (2:19)
43.TronLightcycle1ver3 (2:29)
45.Trontankbattle (2:34)
50.Trontrailer30secloop6 (1:12)
51.Trontrailer30secloop7 (1:10)
52.Trontrailer30secloop8 (1:11)
53.TronAmb1B (2:04)
54.TronIntroB (2:15)

Running time: 1:29:47


With FLAC if you like.

Making of this game

X'mas Collections music from SQUARE ENIX [2010]

Square Enix released a Christmas Collections album on 11/24/2010. The album contains holiday versions of songs from the Final Fantasy series, Legend of Mana, Live-a-Live and more.

Track list
1-1 Jeuno-Starlight Celebration
スクウェア・エニックス社ゲーム「FINAL FANTASY ⅩⅠ」より
1-2 CAPTAIN SQUARE~星屑のキャプテン/X’mas Edit
スクウェア・エニックス社ゲーム「LIVE A LIVE」より
1-3 ゴールドソーサー~空駆けるハイウインド/X’mas Edit
スクウェア・エニックス社ゲーム「FINAL FANTASY Ⅶ」より
1-4 魔法都市 ジオ/X’mas Edit
スクウェア・エニックス社ゲーム「聖剣伝説 Legend of Mana」より
1-5 風の憧憬/X’mas Edit
1-6 Botshaft/Post Production Mitsuto Suzuki Mix
1-7 チョコボのハッピークリスマス


Check out some tracks preview of this album below.

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