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    Interstellar

    4-Page Booklet


    The movie hit of 2014, Interstellar, chronicles the adventures of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage. While the film is directed by acclaimed Christopher Nolan (Inception, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight ), the epic soundtrack score was composed by Nolan's longtime collaborator, Oscar, Grammy, and Golden Globe Award-winning composer Hans Zimmer.


    Zimmer and Nolan planned to move away from the Batman Trilogy's scores and to come up with a unique one. Before (re)writing a word of Interstellar, Nolan did something he had never done before, something that speaks to his desire for more emotionally potent work. He asked composer Hans Zimmer to write some music for the film, but without telling him about the genre, title, characters, or plot: I said, 'I am going to give you an envelope with a letter in it. One page. It's going to tell you the fable at the center of the story. You work for one day, then play me what you have written.' He was up for it. And it was perfect. He gave me the heart of the movie. Zimmer says he remembers this idea from Nolan's letter: Once we become parents, we can't help but look at ourselves through the eyes of our children.


    Zimmer conducted 45 scoring sessions for Interstellar, which was three times more than for Inception. Interstellar's score has been nominated for the 2015 Oscars, BAFTA Awards, Golden Globes and the Hollywood Music in Media Awards.

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    1. Dreaming Of The Crash
    2. Cornfield Chase
    3. Dust
    4. Day One
    5. Message From Home
    6. Stay
    7. The Wormhole
    8. Afraid Of Time
    9. A Place Among The Stars
    10. No Time For Caution


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    1. Murph
    2. Detach
    3. Running Out
    4. Tick-Tock
    5. Where We're Going
    6. Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night

    Hans Zimmer
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    Woman In Gold (Soundtrack)

    The soundtrack album for the drama Woman In Gold features the film's original music composed by Martin Phipps (Brighton Rock, Harry Brown) and Hans Zimmer (The Dark Knight, The Lion King, Inception, Gladiator, Interstellar).


    The film is directed by Simon Curtis and stars Helen Mirren, Ryan Reynolds, Daniel Bruhl, Katie Holmes, Charles Dance, Elizabeth McGovern and Frances Fisher. The movie follows an elderly Jewish woman who fled Vienna during World War II and, sixty years later, starts her journey to retrieve family possessions seized by the Nazis. The film was screened in the Berlinale Special Galas section of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival.


    Coming from a musical background, Martin Phipps has gone on to write music for many of the most interesting series of recent years, winning 2 BAFTAs & 3 Ivor Novello Awards. Hans Zimmer has received 9 Academy Award nominations, and has composed music for over 100 films up to date.

    1. ''O Mary Don't You Weep''
    2. Hotel Jazz
    3. ''Deh, Vieni Alla Finestra''
    4. Restless
    5. Maria Altman
    6. The Belvedere
    7. Vienna
    8. Randy Schoenberg
    9. Open The Door
    10. Apotheke
    11. Fleeing Vienna
    12. Flight 12 To Cologne
    13. First Hurdle Down
    14. Art Theft
    15. Statues
    16. Final Testimony
    17. The Language Of Our Future
    18. I Lived Here
    Hans Zimmer & Martin Phipps
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    The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn

    Pink Floyd's debut album released in 1967, featuring the original line-up of Syd Barrett, Roger Waters, Richard Wright and Nick Mason.


    The title of Pink Floyd's debut album is taken from a chapter in Syd Barrett's favorite children's book, The Wind in the Willows, and the lyrical imagery of The Piper at the Gates of Dawn is indeed full of colorful, childlike, distinctly British whimsy, albeit filtered through the perceptive lens of LSD. Barrett's catchy, melodic acid pop songs are balanced with longer, more experimental pieces showcasing the group's instrumental freak-outs, often using themes of space travel as metaphors for hallucinogenic experiences -- Astronomy Domine is a poppier number in this vein, but tracks like Interstellar Overdrive are some of the earliest forays into what has been tagged space rock. But even though Barrett's lyrics and melodies are mostly playful and humorous, the band's music doesn't always bear out those sentiments -- in addition to Rick Wright's eerie organ work, dissonance, chromaticism, weird noises, and vocal sound effects are all employed at various instances, giving the impression of chaos and confusion lurking beneath the bright surface.


    The Piper at the Gates of Dawn successfully captures both sides of psychedelic experimentation -- the pleasures of expanding one's mind and perception, and an underlying threat of mental disorder and even lunacy; this duality makes Piper all the more compelling in light of Barrett's subsequent breakdown, and ranks it as one of the best psychedelic albums of all time.


    - Steve Huey (All Music Guide)

    1. Astronomy Domine
    2. Lucifer Sam
    3. Matilda Mother
    4. Flaming
    5. Pow R. Toc H.
    6. Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk
    7. Interstellar Overdrive
    8. The Gnome
    9. Chapter 24
    10. The Scarecrow
    11. Bike
    Pink Floyd
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    Hans Zimmer - The Classics

    The Classics is a stunning new album from the world's most exciting film composer, Hans Zimmer. The album features back-to-back blockbuster hits including the iconic music from Pirates of the Caribbean, Academy Award®-winner The Lion King, the powerful and evocative theme from The Dark Knight Rises and the Platinum-selling "Now We Are Free" from Gladiator. For the first time, the bold and unmistakable music of Hans Zimmer has been reimagined and arranged for some of the world's greatest classical musicians, including The Piano Guys, Lang Lang, 2CELLOS, Lindsey Stirling, Till Brönner, Amy Dickson, Leona Lewis and many more. This incredible collection is a must-have for all fans of the most in-demand composer in Hollywood.


    Hans Zimmer has scored more than 120 films, which have, combined, grossed over 24 billion dollars at the worldwide box office. He has been honored with an Academy Award®, two Golden Globes®, three Grammys®, an American Music Award and a Tony® award. In 2003, ASCAP presented him with the prestigious Henry Mancini Award for lifetime achievement for his impressive and influential body of work. He also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in December 2010. His Academy Award®-winning score to The Lion King has sold over 15 million copies since release in the early 90s. Some of his most recent works include Zack Snyder's Man of Steel, The Lone Ranger, History Channel's miniseries The Bible, the Christopher Nolan-directed films Inception, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises; Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Ron Howard's Rush and Steve McQueen's Twelve Years A Slave. His most recent Academy Award® nomination, his 10th, was for Interstellar.

    1. Main Theme (From The Dark Knight Rises) - Lindsey Stirling
    2. Themes from Pirates of the Caribbean - The Piano Guys
    3. Gladiator Rhapsody (From Gladiator) - Lang Lang
    4. Main Theme (From Crimson Tide) - Till Brönner
    5. Time (From Inception) - Tina Guo
    6. This Land (From The Lion King) - Amy Dickson
    7. Now We Are Free (From Gladiator) - Leona Lewis
    8. Flight (From Man of Steel) - Lang Lang / Maxim Vengerov
    9. Light (From The Thin Red Line) - Maxim Vengerov
    10. The Battle Scene (From Gladiator) - Khatia Buniatishvili
    11. The Well (From The Ring) - 2CELLOS
    12. The Docking Scene (From Interstellar) - Roger Sayer
    Hans Zimmer
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    Interstellar Experience

    ASSASSIN was officially formed in 1984 by original lineup, Robert Gonnella(vocals), Dinko Vekic (lead guitar), Scholli (rhythm guitar), Lulle (bass) and Psycho (drums). Dubbed the Holy Terror era, their first demo sold approximately 500 copies; a great feat considering there was no internet music sharing. They released their second album, INTERSTELLAR EXPERIENCE in 1988 and quickly rose through the ranks as one of
    Germany's top 5 thrash bands.
    1. Abstract War
    2. AGD
    3. A Message To Survive
    4. Pipeline
    5. Resolution 588
    6. Junk Food
    7. Interstellar Experience
    8. Baka
    Assassin
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  • Madness in Miniature Madness in Miniature Quick View

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    Madness in Miniature

    Madness in Miniature twists from soft lullabies to interstellar chaos. The intricately woven musical tapestries and hallucinogenic interludes pounded out by the duo represent an expansion and perfection of the surreal, gritty, space-psychedlia Mr. Gnome has become synonymous with.
    Ate the Sun
    Awake
    House of Circles
    Run for Cover
    Bit of Tongue
    Fly Me Over
    We Sing Electric
    Winter
    Wolf Girls
    Outsiders
    Watch the City Sail Away
    Capsize
    Mr. Gnome
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    So You Are...So You'll Be

    White Hills' seventh studio album So You Are... So You'll Be, features Dave W on guitars, synthesizer and vocals, Ego Sensation on bass, synthesizer and vocals, and Nick Name on drums. The album is their most concentrated blast of psychedelic interstellar rock to date. Building on the solid foundations laid by last year's excellent Frying On This Rock, they went back to BC Studios, Brooklyn to record once more with Martin Bisi (Sonic Youth, Swans), emerging with White Hills at their fullest potential.
    1. InWords
    2. In Your Room
    3. The Internal Monologue
    4. So You Are So You'll Be
    5. OutWords
    6. Forever in Space (Enlightened)
    7. Rare Upon the Earth
    8. Circulating
    9. MIST (Winter)
    White Hills
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    Beachwood Sparks

    Back In Print On Blue Vinyl


    The Beachwood Sparks are space cowboys -- although their self-titled debut most closely recalls the sound of vintage Laurel Canyon country-rock, its shimmering twang-pop melodies and gorgeous harmonies bask in a kind of interstellar psychedelia which lends the album an otherworldly glow. The hypnotically dreamlike instrumental passages which wind their way through luminous country-pop moments like Sister Rose, Something I Don't Recognize, and Old Sea Miner completely transform the album's chemical makeup. Rooted in the earth but reaching for the stars, the group realizes Gram Parsons' Cosmic American music aesthetic in its truest sense.

    1. Desert Skies
    2. Ballad of Never Rider
    3. Silver Morning After
    4. Singing Butterfly
    5. Sister Rose
    6. This Is What It Feels Like
    7. Canyon Ride
    8. The Reminder
    9. The Calming Seas
    10. New County
    11. Something I Don't Recognize
    12. Old Sea Miner
    13. See, Oh Three
    14. Sleeping Butterfly
    Beachwood Sparks
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  • Gymnosphere: Song of the Rose Gymnosphere: Song of the Rose Quick View

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    Gymnosphere: Song of the Rose

    Before New Age hit terra firms at the dawn of the
    1980s, the classically-trained Bay Area composer
    Jordan De La Sierra's consciousness soared with
    cosmic concepts. With cues and lessons from the
    great minimalists La Monte Young,Terry Riley,
    Pandit Pran Nath, and help from the venerable
    public radio program Hearts of Space, De La
    Sierra embarked on a journey in alternate tunings
    and resounding reverberations, transporting
    entranced listeners from the Golden Gates to
    the intergalactic. Take an interstellar ride on
    the sensory engulfing space piano with this
    lovingly recreated double LP set, complete with
    De La Sierra's India-inspired visual artwork and
    musings on the tableau of space.
    1. Temple Of Aesthetic-Action
    2. Music For Sacred Gymnastics
    3. Sphere Of Sublime Dances
    4. Music For Devotional Pastimes
    Jordan De La Sierra
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    Tokyo 1973 (Pre-Order)

    Live At Shinjuku Kohseinenkin Kaikan in Tokyo, Japan On June 19th, 1973

    On June 19th, 1973, Miles Davis took to the stage at Shinjuku Kohseinenkin Kaikan in Tokyo, Japan, backed by a band of Dave Liebman on saxophone and flute, guitarists Pete Cosey and Reggie Lucas, Michael Henderson on electric bass, Al Foster on drums and James Mtume Forman on percussion. Playing two sets, both of which are included here, Davis' band were in interstellar form. Playing a selection of previously-recorded numbers and extended jams during a show broadcast live across the region by a local FM station in superb quality, the music performed by the famed trumpeter and his majestic band at this superb show pushes the musical boundaries even further than Davis had at any time in the past.

    LP 1
    1. Turnaroundphrase
    2. Tune In 5
    3. Right Off


    LP 2
    1. Ife
    2. Aghartha Prelude
    3. Zimbabwe

    Miles Davis
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    Jessie Jones

    In 2013, Jessie Jones gave up her possessions, vanished into the nothingness of farm country, and found herself on interstellar overdrive - far away from her Disneyfied home in Orange County. For three years, she had fronted Burger Records' Feeding People, OC's answer to Black Sabbath. The teenage byproduct of gloomy acid trips and gospel choirs, Feeding People released two albums, got signed to Innovative Leisure in 2011, and played Low End Theory with Radiohead's Thom Yorke . The 19-year-old Jones, with her bluesy growl and whimsical melodies, was being compared to Jefferson Airplane's Grace Slick, Janis Joplin, and Screaming Females' Marissa Paternoster. In 2014, her voice returned to her with primal intent - like the caterwauling echoes of coyotes deep in the Hollywood hills. Earlier this year, Jones began singing with paranormal proto-punk outfit Death Valley Girls, which allowed her to release her demons and find salvation during what Jones describes as the most cosmically ordained project of her life. Reveling in the quantum wobble of her own alternative reality, Jones is now releasing her self-titled debut on Burger Records by channeling the voices in her head; not quite the sanitarium blues of Roky Erickson, but a mÉlange of Jim Morrison mysticism; a more stripped-down MGMT meets early-Grouplove; and Syd Barrett reverie. Under the guidance of producer Bobby Harlow (The Go) and Burger's Studio B, Jones' debut this summer will include guest appearances by drummer Duke Mushroom, violinist Hannah Glass, and Studio B regular King Tuff.
    1. Sugar Coated
    2. Butterfly Knives
    3. Make It Spin
    4. Prisoner's Cinema
    5. Lady La De Da
    6. Quicksilver Screen
    7. La Loba
    8. Nightingale
    9. Twelve Hour Man
    10. Mental Illness
    Jessie Jones
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  • Iteration Iteration Quick View

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    Iteration

    Repetition is a form of change, reads one of Brian Eno's Oblique
    Strategies. Seth Haley knows the concept well, and his style of
    technicolour synth-wave takes the mantra as a challenge. Six
    years after Galactic Melt introduced the cosmic story of Com
    Truise, Iteration now concludes his sprawling saga. True to its
    name, the album is built on Com Truise hallmarks: neon-streaked
    melodies, big drums, robotic grooves, bleary nostalgia. But
    Iteration is also the most elegant and streamlined that Haley's
    singular music has ever sounded.


    At the album's heart is an elaborate narrative, one full of longing,
    hope, anxiety, and triumph. Iteration illustrates the last moments
    Com Truise spends on the perilous planet Wave 1, before he and
    his alien love escape its clutches to live in peace. ...Of Your Fake
    Dimension launches the interstellar drama with its anthemic
    swells and widescreen sound design, before lovesick songs like
    Dryswch and Propagation outline scenes wrought with
    cybernetic pathos. Later, the frantic rhythms of Syrthio conjure
    images of panicked flight as Haley's gorgeous synth melodies gild
    the action in quiet heartbreak. Then comes the resounding When
    Will You Find The Limit , when Iteration's pain and sadness finds
    liberation in the vast unknown. The closing title track ends it all in
    a gush of majestic revelry.


    So goes the winding story that Iteration tells, and yet there's more
    behind its telling. I try hard not to write from my personal life, but
    it's inevitably going to seep into the music, Haley explains. It's
    basically like I'm scoring this film in my head, but that film I'm
    scoring is also somehow my life. There are glimpses of the
    difficult time the East Coast native spent adjusting to a new life in
    Los Angeles, fighting homesickness and burnout while also
    touring the world. It was a time full of uncertainty, transition, and
    self-realization. After a year and a half of living in California,
    Hayley finally recaptured his creativity by finding new excitement
    in his work. I put more air, more breathing room in the
    music-that was the big change, he says. And once that clicked,
    the album just poured out of him. It was like an information
    dump. I feel like I finished the record in two weeks.


    Such a clear refinement of the Com Truise sound took time to
    develop, but Iteration is well worth the patience and persever- ance it cost. Some of Haley's smartest, catchiest work is here,
    from the weightless pop of Isostasy to Ternary's lush
    synth-funk. A song like Vacuume somehow balances massive
    bass drops and smashing drums with angelic gasps, and
    Usurper gracefully pairs subtle poignancy and uplifting dance
    beats. For me, it feels like change, Hayley says of his second
    album, and yes, this is Com Truise like never before. By embracing
    the music's inherent nature and peerless qualities, Iteration finds
    new avenues of expression in its vivid, familiar surroundings.

    1. ... Of Your Fake Dimension
    2. Ephemeron
    3. Dryswch
    4. Isostasy
    5. Memory
    6. Propagation
    7. Vacuume
    8. Ternary
    9. Usurper
    10. Syrthio
    11. When Will You Find The Limit...
    12. Iteration
    Com Truise
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  • Quazarz vs. The Jealous Machines Quazarz vs. The Jealous Machines Quick View

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    Quazarz vs. The Jealous Machines

    Quazarz vs. the Jealous Machines is one of two new albums by interstellar hip-hop enigma Shabazz Palaces, aka Ishmael Butler (who, in another galaxy, performs in Digable Planets) and Tendai Maraire. Quazarz vs. the Jealous Machines, and its companion, Quazarz: Born On a Gangster Star, were both produced by Knife Knights (i.b e.b.) and mixed by Blood.

    Quazarz came to the Earth from somewhere else, a musical ambassador from his place to ours. Somehow, through fire or through fury, the Palaceer of Shabazz Palaces caught wind of the tale, and it is through his prism that we hear the story.

    The beach was there, and Atlaantiis, and chemical alterations and cell memories and Andre Norton, Richard K. Morgan, and always Octavia Butler. There were killings and there were votes, and brutality in both. There was sound and there were other worlds, and there was a vastness so participation sometimes came only at the edges. And the Palaceer coasted down with the alien notion, like Quazarz, and so became.

    On Quazarz when they look at this place they see the inhabitants, the humans, but they don't assess as we do. And so Quazarz was sent to meet a cat with vibration, a creative and courageous, caring, compassionate dude that stood out. The dude was a drug dealer, but that was neither here nor there, until his dealings squashed the rendezvous, leaving our alien alone to figure out what this place is really all about.

    Coming from a simpler, more essential, innocent place, the hero could not make heads nor tails of most advancements. From an aerial view, he saw that a good percentage of earthly vibrations were on very small squares and it became his belief that this world was very disposable and the spans short. His opinion was not of anything good nor bad but simply the truth. The machines-he noted-though at the behest of their master's voice, are scorned, and jealous as all hell.

    And so the tale is told while surfing on the board of Shabazz Palaces, with its sturdy base angled for takeoff on a new trajectory. There is new blood and space and room to be different and have different assets and different art and different ways to talk and also open up some space inside to do something new. There are pages and there are drawings, and color and faces and inked dialogues written in ancient futuristic hieroglyph. There are scales and there is melody and there are Sunny days and there is Darkness, but that-it should be noted-to the Palaceer is not a lack of illumination or brightness. Maybe it is dark, but in it is always optimism and joy, a bright darkness and a full, hopeful one as well.

    1. Welcome to Quazarz
    2. Gorgeous Sleeper Cell
    3. Self-Made Follownaire
    4. Atlaantis
    5. Effeminence
    6. Julian's Dream (ode to a bad)
    7. 30 Clip Extension
    8. Love in the time of Kanye
    9. Sabonim in the Saab on 'em
    10. The SS Quintessence
    11. Late night phone calls
    12. Quazarz on 23rd
    Shabazz Palaces
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    Rest In Chaos

    Let me explain what it's like to summarize Rest in Chaos. What you have here is, in the first place, the book of Genesis as deftly reconceived by Todd Snider who has been inhabited by a spirit resembling Philip K. Dick. The rest of the Hard Working Americans are under the direction (or perhaps in the thrall) of an older wiser Jimi Hendrix and a Frank Zappa no less exacting than he was when he departed. It is rock'n'roll music, past, present and future, and that's no dream, it's just a fact. There are moments here when the walls of Babel might be falling, there are moments when they are reinvented and every time you try to pin it down, it shows you something else. "Half Ass Moses," the third song, ends by declaring "The song wasn't all that complicated."


    Like hell it isn't. When, in the very next song, "Dope is Dope," Todd Snider is a voice more inflammatory and gritty than I have ever heard from him before, "His mother didn't understand him / Whose mother ever does?" am I supposed to laugh, cry, applaud or beg for mercy. All that's really sure is, you're not leaving 'til the show's over. Even if you want to. There's nowhere else to go, and even if there were, the music's too good.


    So much for metaphysics. The actual physics of the thing is seven billion people out for what they only think is a stroll, armed with nothing more than some quite treacherous Roman candles Rest in Chaos might, if these Hard Working Americans were scientists of something other than sound, be the story of the entropy of the universe, and if you think I'm kidding that's only because you haven't taken the deep dive into its complexity, which if not quantum is at least a quandary. Albums aren't this good anymore; they're not this ambitious; their parts are not so finely conceived, the risks they take are not so reckless, the ways they resolve contradictions are not so elegant. Most of all they don't kick you in the preconceptions anywhere near so often. (How did they manage to create harmonies in "Something Else" that recall both the Hollies and the Mothers of Invention?)


    Todd's songs sound like he swiped part of them from Billy Joe Shaver and part from Tim Buckley and welded them together with spare parts from Iggy and Paul McCartney. There's a nightmare embedded here, and what cares the weight of it, the aspect of doom and the hint of doom is Dave Schools' bass. Neal Casal, who might be the most under-rated guitarist in rock, is constantly making the chaos more beautiful than you'd think possible. The roots of the sound are in the jam bands and Americana groups and singer-songwriter sessions the band members have played in but when they get to "Throwing Goats" (OK, maybe I should have said Thomas Pynchon or John Barth rather than Dick) and "Something Else" (both parts), they've joined the ranks of the rockers who no longer look for interstellar overdrive, because they've already found it.


    All this is, of course, metaphor. Well, most of it. Some of it. The part about how strong it is, how smart, how completely the product of the past ("stand up for your brother, stick it to the man") and how anticipatory of one of the best futures anyone has shown us is straight up. It's one of the most well-sustained albums I've heard in years, and what it sustains is not only my faith in rock'n'roll or even how hard the Hard Working Americans really do work to make their magic, but how much it means to them, which is the only way it can mean very much to the rest of us.


    Let me put it this way: I've heard Rest in Chaos any number of times and there's no way I'm done with it. I can tell you about its surface but I haven't gotten to the bottom of it. I'm not really sure there is one. It is humbling to confront it, and reassuring to know that there is all the rest of our lives for that. "The High Price of Inspiration"? A bargain.

    1. Opening Statement
    2. It Runs Together
    3. Half Ass Moses
    4. Dope Is Dope
    5. Burn Out Shoes
    6. Roman Candles
    7. Ascending Into Madness
    8. Throwing The Goats
    9. Something Else
    10. Massacre
    11. The High Price of Inspiration
    12. Acid
    13. Purple Mountain Jamboree
    Hard Working Americans
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  • Woman In Gold Soundtrack (Colored Vinyl) Woman In Gold Soundtrack (Colored Vinyl) Quick View

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    Woman In Gold Soundtrack (Colored Vinyl)

    White & Gold Colored Vinyl


    The soundtrack album for the drama Woman In Gold features the film's original music composed by Martin Phipps (Brighton Rock, Harry Brown) and Hans Zimmer (The Dark Knight, The Lion King, Inception, Gladiator, Interstellar).


    The film is directed by Simon Curtis and stars Helen Mirren, Ryan Reynolds, Daniel Bruhl, Katie Holmes, Charles Dance, Elizabeth McGovern and Frances Fisher. The movie follows an elderly Jewish woman who fled Vienna during World War II and, sixty years later, starts her journey to retrieve family possessions seized by the Nazis. The film was screened in the Berlinale Special Galas section of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival.


    Coming from a musical background, Martin Phipps has gone on to write music for many of the most interesting series of recent years, winning 2 BAFTAs & 3 Ivor Novello Awards. Hans Zimmer has received 9 Academy Award nominations, and has composed music for over 100 films up to date.

    1. ''O Mary Don't You Weep''
    2. Hotel Jazz
    3. ''Deh, Vieni Alla Finestra''
    4. Restless
    5. Maria Altman
    6. The Belvedere
    7. Vienna
    8. Randy Schoenberg
    9. Open The Door
    10. Apotheke
    11. Fleeing Vienna
    12. Flight 12 To Cologne
    13. First Hurdle Down
    14. Art Theft
    15. Statues
    16. Final Testimony
    17. The Language Of Our Future
    18. I Lived Here
    Hans Zimmer & Martin Phipps
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    Inferno Soundtrack

    180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl


    First Pressing Of 1,000 Numbered Copies On Red Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter


    Gatefold Sleeve


    Includes 4-Page Booklet


    PVC Protective Sleeve


    Music Composed By Multiple Award Winner Hans Zimmer



    After waking up in a hospital room in Florence, Italy, with no memory of what has occurred for the last few days, Robert Langdon suddenly finds himself the target of a manhunt. With the help of Dr. Sienna Brooks and his knowledge of symbology, Langdon will try to escape whilst solving the most intricate riddle he's ever faced.


    Inferno is based on the 2013 novel of the same name by Dan Brown. The film is the sequel to The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, and stars Tom Hanks, reprising his role as Robert Langdon, alongside Felicity Jones, Omar Sy, Sidse Babett Knudsen, Ben Foster and Irrfan Khan.


    The score is composed by Grammy, Golden Globe, BAFTA, Academy Award Winner Hans Zimmer (Interstellar, Inception, Pirates Of The Caribbean, Lion King).

    LP 1
    1. Maybe Pain Can Save Us
    2. Cerca Trova
    3. I'm Feeling A Tad Vulnerable
    4. Seek And Find
    5. Professor
    6. Venice
    7. Via Dolorosa #12 Apartment 3C
    8. Vayentha
    9. Remove Langdon


    LP 2
    1. Doing Nothing Terrifies Me
    2. A Minute To Midnight
    3. The Cistern
    4. Beauty Awakens The Soul To Act
    5. Elizabeth
    6. The Logic Of Tyrants
    7. Life Must Have Its Mysteries
    8. Our Own Hell On Earth

    Hans Zimmer
    $39.99
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    Dunkirk: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Pre-Order)

    Soundtrack to acclaimed filmmaker Christopher Nolan's epic action thriller Dunkirk. The album features an original score by Academy-, Golden Globe-, and Grammy Award-winning composer Hans Zimmer, who previously collaborated with Nolan on the director's Interstellar, Inception, and The Dark Knight Trilogy.

    It features a powerful and unique score unlike anything before produced by this formidable and inspired artistic pairing. Dunkirk is one of the greatest suspense stories of all time, and our film needed a score to reflect that and to propel the audience through a telling of this story that is more thriller than war film, explained Christopher Nolan. Hans's unique score drives the visceral sense of action the film needs to put the audience right into the story, using images, sound and music.

    1. The Mole
    2. We Need Our Army Back
    3. Shivering Soldier
    4. Supermarine
    5. The Tide
    6. Regimental Brothers
    7. Impulse
    8. Home
    9. The Oil
    10. Variation 15 (Dunkirk)
    11. End Titles
    Hans Zimmer
    $29.99
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    Herein Wild

    Former Dum Dum Girls member Frankie Rose releases the follow-up to her dream-pop-driven 2012 debut Interstellar. Titled Herein Wild, the artist's sophomore set drops via her new label home, Fat Possum.


    As a founding member, songwriter, instrumentalist and vocalist in Vivian Girls and drummer and occasional vocalist in Crystal Stilts, Frankie Rose has been an integral part of two of the most highly acclaimed and influential groups to come out of Brooklyn's still-vital music scene in the past several years. Her solo project not only reflects the aesthetic earmarks of both those groups, but it also reveals her as a fully-formed artist in her own right.


    Ms. Rose's music is haunted by the ghosts of 60s girl group, Brill Building, and 80s and 90s noise pop in equal measure. It's a spooky, lovely sound - Frankie's ethereal yet affectation-free voice swirling in a sea of church-like harmonies over a bed of tambourines, bells, and propulsive drumming. Recalling in spirit such groups as The Aislers Set and Black Tambourine, Frankie's music is both timeless and immediate, both deeply personal and completely universal.

    1. You For Me
    2. Sorrow
    3. Into Blue
    4. The Depths
    5. Cliffs As High
    6. Minor Times
    7. Question Reason
    8. Heaven
    9. Street Of Dreams
    10. Requiem
    Frankie Rose
    $16.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Dunkirk Soundtrack (Pre-Order)

    First Pressing Of 4000 Numbered Copies On Transparent Blue Vinyl, Black Vinyl Thereafter


    180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl


    PVC Protective Sleeve


    Gatefold Sleeve


    Music Composed By Hans Zimmer


    Brand New Movie, Directed By Christopher Nolan


    Dunkirk is a 2017 English-language war film written, co-produced and directed by Christopher Nolan. The film stars Fionn Whitehead, Tom Hardy, Tom Glynn-Carney, Jack Lowden, Harry Styles, Aneurin Barnard and James D'Arcy. The movie focusses on the evacuation of Allied soldiers from Belgium, the British Empire, Canada, and France, who were cut off and surrounded by the German army from the beaches and harbor of Dunkirk, France, between May 26- June 04, 1940, during the Battle of France in World War II.


    The score is composed by multiple award winner Hans Zimmer. On 5 April 2017, Zimmer revealed that he was nearly finished with the score and that it would be complete by the start of his Hans Zimmer Live on Tour shows in May.


    For the purpose of intensity, the script was written to accommodate the auditory illusion of a Shepard tone, which had previously been explored in Nolan's 2006 film The Prestige. This was coupled with the sound of a ticking clock, that of Nolan's own pocket watch, which he recorded and sent to Zimmer to be synthesized.


    The collaborative careers of Christopher Nolan and Hans Zimmer have proven to be a success in the last decade, with examples such as Interstellar, The Dark Knight, and Inception. This score turns out to be epic once again.

    LP 1
    1. The Mole

    2. We Need Our Army Back
    3. Shivering Soldier

    4. Supermarine

    5. The Tide

    6. Regimental Brothers


    LP 2
    1. Impulse

    2. Home

    3. The Oil

    4. Variation 15 (Dunkirk)
    5. End Titles

    Hans Zimmer
    $43.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
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    London 1966/1967 (White Vinyl) (Out of Stock)


    180g White Vinyl


    The classic Pink Floyd line-up featuring Syd Barrett captured by Peter Whitehead as part of his legendary Tonight Lets All Make Love In London film.


    The classic Syd Barrett-era Floyd at their most adventurous and exploratory, 'London 1966/1967' features two rare performances, including an explosive 17 minute version of 'Interstellar Overdrive', recorded at the legendary Sound Techniques studio in early 1967.


    These first ever studio recordings from the classic 1960s Pink Floyd line-up are now available on a limited edition 180 gram white vinyl version in a gatefold cover, with printed inner sleeve.

    1. Interstellar Overdrive
    2. Nick's Boogie
    Pink Floyd
    $29.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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