Yup, I'm going with another soundtrack this week... This movie still ranks as one of my all time favorites from my childhood. And this great all-electronic Sndtrk by Alan Silvestri is part of why it still remains to be. It's one of those soundtracks that may sound very cheesy and aged to some. But for those who still enjoy this film, there is great warmth and nostalgia within these simple synclavier melodies. And it still has the power to transport one back to their childhood from the very first opening note...at least, it does for me.
My bro has this Martin Briley package "The Mercury Years (1981-1985)" and i´ve been listening to it past two weeks. The package features his first three solo albums and some bonus tracks including the tune he made for the film All the Right Moves but they didn´t use it in the movie. Fantastic thinking man´s AOR.
"Kingdom of Gold" – 5:22 "Got to Have Something" – 4:01 "Radio City Serenade" – 5:13 "I Used to Could" – 3:36 "Gator Blood" – 4:15 "Bluebird" – 3:27 "Dream of the Drowned Submariner" – 4:57 "Blood and Water" – 5:19 "Today Is Okay" – 4:45 "After the Bean Stalk" – 3:54
Only just started listening, but loving it already.
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I can't get enough of Black Sabbath's album Paranoid. Just keep listening over and over and over.
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Going with this new one from The Birthday Massacre this week. I just got my pre-ordered copy of this album a couple days ago. And I am enjoying it thus far. There's some really good upbeat songs on this record that any fan of this band would come to expect. But also a couple pretty damn good darker more moody songs that I really am enjoying as well. Including the track that would probably have to be my favorite thus far, "Play with Fire." So, I say give this one a listen if you're a fan of this band. Or just of synth-rock in general. A good listen for Halloween time.