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Babylon 5

Posted on 2009.12.29 at 14:36


Joshua Gizelt
swashbuckler332 at 2009-12-31 12:27 (UTC) (Link)
I thank you for the complement on Alone on the Night. It was indeed my intention to try to make something that encompassed the musical language Christopher Franke created for the series that made a decent listening experience on its own. After I had assembled it, I realized that the music was sort of a "missing link" between the Berlin synth scene (Franke was in Tangerine Dream) and the sort of soundscape that Hans Zimmer has developed, sort of evolving parallel to the Media Ventures/Remote Control sound which was beginning to be popularized in movie theaters at the time.
ehowton at 2009-12-31 22:29 (UTC) (Link)
I see it as sweeping anthology - a medley of sorts encompassing the mood of the series as a whole, from start to finish. With it alone I can relive all the excitement, horror, pride, and pain in a mere eighty-one minutes.

Every so often you create a mix which plays so effortlessly from start to finish I'm shocked that nearly an hour and a half has passed. This is one of those scores, but I didn't know it until I'd seen the series. Now I will never forget it.
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