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Posted on 2010.09.13 at 09:15
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  1. Mina's Photo
    • "Bram Stoker's Dracula"
      • Wojciech Kilar

  2. Monastery/Wilderness
    • "Diablo II"
      • Matt Uelmen

  3. Nun's Prayer
    • "Mister Lonely"
      • Britta Gartner (dialog)

  4. The Nun's Story
    • "Gaby Enters the Convent"
      • Franz Waxman

  5. Kroenen's Lied
    • "Hellboy"
      • Marco Beltrami

  6. Alice Reprise #2
    • "Alice in Wonderland"
      • Danny Elfman

  7. Alan Bradley's Message
    • "Tron Legacy"
      • Daft Punk

  8. Vespertilo
    • "Batman Begins"
      • Hans Zimmer & James Newton Howard

  9. Sick Sepulcher
    • "Gothtronica"
      • Dominic Kelly

  10. Prolouge
    • "Lady in the Water"
      • James Newton Howard

  11. Atlantis Wakes
    • "Stargate: Atlantis"
      • Joel Goldsmith

  12. The Prophesy
    • "Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty"
      • Derek Duke, Glenn Stafford, Neal Acree & Russell Brower

  13. The Chalise Passed
    • "Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King"
      • Howard Shore

  14. Lust at the Abbey
    • "V for Vendetta"
      • Dario Marianelli

  15. The Curse of Frank Black: Jack O'Lantern
    • "Millennium"
      • Mark Snow

  16. Kung Fu Heaven
    • "The Karate Kid"
      • James Horner

  17. Kyrie for the Magdalene
    • "The Da Vinci Code"
      • Hans Zimmer

  18. Mass In D (Dies Irae)
    • "Requiem"
      • Verdi

  19. Sequenz #1 (Dies Irae)Allegro Assai
    • "Requiem"
      • Mozart

  20. Day of Wrath (Dies Irae)
    • "Bless the Child"
      • Christopher Young

  21. Brandenburg Concerto #2
    • "The Island of Dr. Moreau"
      • Bach (arrangment Gary Chang)

  22. Verbum Caro Factum Est
    • "Abba Pater"
      • Pope John Paul II

  23. Polorum Regina
    • "Llibre Vermell"
      • Sarband

  24. Principles of Lust
    • "MCMXC A.D."
      • Engigma

  25. The Scriptorium
    • "In the Name of the Rose"
      • James Horner

  26. The Volturi
    • "Twilight Saga: New Moon"
      • Alexandre Desplat

  27. Prelude
    • "Epicon"
      • Globus

  28. Mercy on Me
    • "Back to Basics"
      • Christina Aguilera

  29. More Human than Human
    • "Astro Creep 2000"
      • White Zombie




Yes, its one single mp3. What it doesn't do it automatically `advance` the `tracks` as it plays. I've heard two arguments against this, the first being, "It may be the most powerful, magical, self-affirming life-changing music I've ever heard and expand my knowledge of new composers, but I can't be bothered with figuring out which track is playing" which segues nicely into my personal favorite, "Though I am a student of music in general and filmscore specifically, I can't tell when Desplat ends and White Zombie begins so its really not worth me listening to without a track list."

People, if you like - I can forgo the *actual* music, and just start releasing various track lists. Believe me, it would be easier.

For those of you without rectal myopia, please enjoy.


Also available in this series:

ehowton's Halloween 2009

Interlunation: Lullabies of the Damned




Comments:


Melanie
vember at 2010-09-13 18:11 (UTC) (Link)
Why thank you, sir, for sharing. I am sure I will enjoy this. Those titles I recognize, I enjoy. Those I don't - well I sure hope to. Seems a good Halloween album - may inspire me for more music for the upcoming Halloween bash my husband is supplying the music for (theme: Hollywood -- so basically any Halloween and Movie (recognizable) song goes on the list.)
ehowton
ehowton at 2010-09-13 18:56 (UTC) (Link)
I'm just downright giddy with it right now. I've been listening a lot to my Halloween 2009 album because its that time of the year, but at the back of my mind was a way to...tweak that album. But seriously - they're both awesome in their own right.

Enjoy!
Richard Rasner (Unique Nudes™)
uniqueblog at 2010-09-13 20:19 (UTC) (Link)
Downloading and burning all 3 now. Your Tiburon mix is still one of my most listened to CDs. :D
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Richard Rasner (Unique Nudes™)
uniqueblog at 2010-09-14 18:27 (UTC) (Link)
It's not, as I already have a ton of bandwith going out. Maybe I can set something up, though,
ehowton
ehowton at 2010-09-14 15:16 (UTC) (Link)
Going for a ride.
Thanks! That's good times. I should probably re-create that in an online version. If I recall, my cover art was woefully undersized resolution-wise. I've still got the track-list somewhere...

HA! I found the track-list and the cover art (love the back cover you mocked up) on your original post last night. Any chance that one YOU did is online somewhere???
Michelle1963
michelle1963 at 2010-09-13 21:32 (UTC) (Link)
Very cool pic!
ehowton
ehowton at 2010-09-14 15:18 (UTC) (Link)
Its from the online wallpaper collection of the forthcoming video game release, Diablo III of which the very track "The Monastery" from Diablo II makes an appearance...and of course the tell-tell EXOCET font set :D
Elizabeth Krumbach
princessleia2 at 2010-09-16 23:40 (UTC) (Link)
Nicely done! :)

The two first songs are ones I have in my own collection (dorky soundtrack owners unite!) so it made for a lovely, familiar intro for me.
ehowton
ehowton at 2010-09-16 23:49 (UTC) (Link)
If you don't have #12 in your repertoire, I can't imagine you not enjoying it - my only disappointment was that it was "download only" and unavailable via pressed compact disc :(
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ehowton
ehowton at 2010-09-21 01:44 (UTC) (Link)
Enjoy!!! (And if its not too much to ask - let me know what you think?) I'm absolutely beside myself with curiosity! THANKS!
ehowton
ehowton at 2010-09-28 07:24 (UTC) (Link)
Yay! Thanks!
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