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    Music for films

    Original and interesting scores:


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    Peter Gabriel's Passion (stunning achievement).
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    Suspiria - both Goblin's progressive original and Thom Yorke's more ambient version for the remake.

    Jˇhann Jˇhannsson: The Miner's Hymns

    Hans Zimmer: The Thin Red Line

    Steven Price: Gravity - actually, a rather traditional score, but with an interesting electronic arrangement and exciting in its own right.

    Pekka Pohjola: Jokamies - okay, it's a television film, but at least the score is interesting.

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    I do like 65daysofstatic, and I do like that soundtrack.

    Jˇhann Jˇhannsson's work is generally either "solid" or "fantastic," although my personal favorites are "Arrival," "Last and First Men," and especially "Mandy."

    I love Thom Yorke's "Suspiria," it's as distinct an artistic vision from the original score as the films themselves.

    Steve Moore of Zombi did the score to the film VFW that will absolutely scratch the John Carpenter itch if you dig that sound: https://stevemoore2600.bandcamp.com/...ure-soundtrack

    KTL (Stephen O'Mally of Sunn O))) and Peter Rehberg/PITA, founder of Editions Mego, etc.) did a fantastic original score for the Criterion release of "The Phantom Carriage" that works perfectly with the old silent flick: https://ktl10.bandcamp.com/album/the-phantom-carriage

    I love what John Murphey & Underworld did for "Sunshine:" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxeZmiv5MM8

    I'm also one of those oddballs who didn't just love the hell out of "Blade Runner 2049" but I also loved the hell out of Zimmer's score (rush job though it may have been). And "Dunkirk" was a stunner that same year too. Very eager to hear what he has planned for "Dune."
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    Goran Bregovic - Time of the gypsies.

    Amazing score, amazing movie.

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    And the obvious


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    Yesterday while working I listened to Jerry Goldsmith score for both the original Planet Of The Apes and his score for Our Man Flint.
    As far as a soundtrack , Trainspotting and Sleepless in Seattle come to mind.

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