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Mondo’s commitment to vinyl soundtrack releases this year has been impressive, immersive and quite eclectic. Rather than lingering within a specific genre, Mondo has created a sort of round robin of releases, with fans and collectors never knowing what’s coming next. In a year that started with The Deadly Spawn and most

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I had the chance to review the score for The Spectacular Now which was brilliantly orchestrated by Rob Simonsen. Simonsen perfectly captures the story of high-school romance with his score.

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Though already a heralded name within the print/art collector community, Mondo has quickly become one of the most prolific names in the limited edition vinyl soundtrack game.

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Silva Screen Records has compiled a wonderful collection of some of the best film music from a wide range of 2012’s biggest releases.

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Fifa video game soundtracks have a bunch of great songs, many of which you may have never heard. Video game soundtracks have seen a rapid rise in importance and fandom in recent years. In sports games of the 90’s, there was no music to speak of, save for the standard

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Django Unchained arrives in theaters Christmas day, but the soundtrack has arrived early. Thanks to The Film Stage, we’ve got the full soundtrack for your viewing pleasure. Included in the soundtrack are songs from Rick Ross, John Legend, as well as Ennio Morricone‘s original song Ancora Qui.

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Here is our Hitchcock soundtrack review. Danny Elfman has some of the most recognizable musical scores,

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Here is Lincoln soundtrack review. John Williams’ musical scores are magical in so many ways. He has worked with Steven Spielberg for over forty years

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A.R Rahman is an Academy Award winning Indian composer, singer-songwriter, music producer, and musician. One film many people will remember him being the composer of was Slumdog Millionaire which did amazing at the Academy Awards in 2009, earning him a lot of praise. He also did the composing for 127

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With leaks of the album starting to emerge, the hype around The Dark Knight Rises original soundtrack is gaining much more momentum as the movie inches closer the its July 20 release date. Set for a digital and physical July 17 release via Warner Bros. Studios’ Water Tower Music, the score

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At times, the themes display qualities fitting that of an Oscar-nominated film. In nearly seconds later, the same theme ends up paying homage to a mind-numbing, action-adventure popcorn feature.

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From the first few notes on the album, ushered in by slide guitar and haunting vocals, the original compositions breathe dust and mud-caked grit like the weathered boots of the early pioneers.

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Oscar winning singer/song-writer Glen Hansard delivers an over-mellow solo debut that doesn’t seem to know what it wants to be when it grows up.

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Bernie Soundtrack Review – Graham Reynolds, Jack Black and Austin, Texas musicians make strange bedfellows but great partners or maybe that should be pardners.

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Every Monday, we highlight one song that you may not have heard of, may not have heard in ages, or one that we just can’t seem to get out of our heads. Enjoy! After a record-breaking weekend to the tune of a $207 million opening weekend, it’s no wonder I

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Every Monday, we highlight one song that you may not have heard of, may not have heard in ages, or one that we just can’t seem to get out of our heads. Enjoy! Last night’s Mad Men season 5 premiere was a fantastic episode and I can’t get the latest developments

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