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Hans Zimmer - Interstellar
Gorgeous music
By: Mosess06
Date: 8 Feb 2015

I really like this composition of Hans Zimmer. He was totally able to prepare music you can lose yourself in. Well that ist the reason why I have to give 5 stars. Maybe there are different minds about it, however, I think I have very good reasons to insist on my rating

3 of 3 found this review helpful

Jerry Goldsmith - Logan's Run
A personal favorite.
By: FireHorsePrime
Date: 25 Jan 2015

Before Star Wars, before Star Trek the Motion Picture, in 1976 there was a fat ten year old suburban brat who was spinning this soundtrack on his father's console stereo system in the basement of their midwestern home, and loving every minute of it. That fat kid was me, and Logan's Run, which I acquired for it's weird synthetic timbres, would be my initiation into a world of Goldsmith's music that I cherish to this day. On the surface it's not entirely one of Jerry's most memorable scores but his signature blend of synth and orchestra are in top form.

The story follows a futuristic cop named Logan 5 who is a law enforcer in a technologically advanced domed city, who gleefully exterminates "Runners", life loving criminals who do not follow their destiny to "renew", which is basically a suicide path set out by the rule makers of this enclosed utopia. As a result he runs into a rebel named Jessica who is helping runners find a path to escape called "Sanctuary", and before he knows what's going on the powers that rule everyone's lives force him to investigate where these runners are off to. The ones that make it outside the city of course.

Suspicious of their activities, Logan's blood thirsty BFF "Francis" follows them both on their adventure, which is ripe with odd encounters with the cities lost boys, treacherous perils with a laser happy plastic surgeon, and all underscored by the maestro in traditional Goldsmith fashion.

Most of the good stuff is heard in queues such as "Flameout" a Danse Macabre that follows the self immolation of the city's thirty somethings. "Love Shop" is another weird and wonderful ear wig with synthetic phrases that have little form but plenty of erotic substance. "Intensive Care" (now combined with "A Little Muscle" on the FSM re-release) is an excellent action cue that builds the suspense of the laser scene, and Jerry's love theme is quite romantic, although a little bit more like elevator music in the final track.

As mentioned I wanted this album for it's synth work, but after all these years my favorite track is the glorious orchestral piece "The Sun", in which Jessica and Logan see our star for the first time outside of the city.

The legacy of Goldsmith is well established and certainly nothing new to me, as his ability to create music that lasts within and without the film is a true testament to his abilities, and I still find myself enjoying this score almost 40 years after I got my pudgy hands on it. As time went on I learned more and more of how vital Goldsmith was to film music long before Logan's Run, and it's been a grand adventure discovering his work which was so prolific, I'm still hearing new favorites ten years after his passing.

If you love Jerry and you've never heard Logan's Run, I think it's time to renew.

Sam Hulick, Clint Mansell, Christopher Lennertz (...) - Mass Effect 3
Beautiful music
By: Mosess06
Date: 6 Nov 2014

I can indeed recommend the soundtracks of Mass Effect 3. In my opinion they are the best soundtracks compared to all Mass Effect pieces of music. Bioware or EA did not saving money when they commisioned these tracks.

In particular I like: "An End Once And For All" as well as "I was Lost without you" and the best part still persists "Leaving Earth". However, I think I am not alone with my favourites.

Thats all I have to say, respects from Germany

1 of 1 found this review helpful

Dennis Martin - Legend Of Dragoon, The
I like Legend of the Dragoon
By: Jostanos
Date: 13 Oct 2014

Legend of the Dragoon is an excellent Playstation game to play.
It has action, drama, suspense, Dragons, Magic, a wonderful sound track, and a little comedy thrown in for "giggles".
If my PS2 wasn't broken I would probably be playing it.

Dan Forden - Mortal Kombat II
A rare find!
By: crowndelorean
Date: 1 Sep 2014

Mortal Kombat II: Music from the Arcade Game Soundtrack is an album that features music from Midway's arcade hits Mortal Kombat II and Mortal Kombat. It could only be purchased by ordering it through a limited offer posted on the arcade version of the Mortal Kombat II demo screen. All of the music was composed and performed by Midway sound programmer Dan Forden.

1 of 1 found this review helpful

Hans Zimmer, Junkie Xl Hans Zimmer - Man Of Steel
zimmer's version
By: Jim_A
Date: 10 May 2014

'What are you going to do when you're not saving the world?' is easily the most powerful, emotional, and inspiring piece of music to highlight and underscore the character of Superman since John Williams theme. And that was way back in the 1970's when I was a child. I would say we were overdue for this.

Marcelo Zarvos - Reaching For The Moon
a superb ost
By: denyspr
Date: 5 May 2014

the feeling ans sensitiveness of music on the image movie was
perfect. The movie would not live without the sountrack.
Try this as soon as you can.

Denys P.R.

Raphael Beau, Max Steiner - Micmacs A Tire-Larigot
Max Steiner in this soundtrack
By: masked_platypus
Date: 20 Apr 2014

Of course, Max Steiner didn't compose original music for this score, but Jean-Pierre Jeunet reuses some of his work. Here's where this music comes from:
2. and 5. The big sleep
8. The treasure of the Sierra Madre
11. and 20. The charge of the light brigade
13. The adventures of Mark Twain and The treasure of the Sierra Madre
18. Battle cry

Ron Jones, Mozart/Ron Jones/Mozart, John Beasley (...) - Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Ron Jones Project
Brings Back Memories for Trek Fans
By: katgdotcom
Date: 17 Apr 2014

This album brings back fond memories if you watched Star Trek: The Next Generation

If you didn't, I'm less convinced you'll enjoy this work

At the very least it's decent background music :)

1 of 1 found this review helpful

Jerry Goldsmith - Capricorn One
Classic Goldsmith
By: katgdotcom
Date: 17 Apr 2014

Even if you've never seen the film you'll enjoy this sometimes soothing, sometimes edge-of-your-seat pounding soundtrack :)

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