Discussion in 'Los Angeles, CA' started by crazybirdman, Dec 16, 2007.
Wonderful taste. Sweeney Todd was undoubtedly my favorite score in a few years.
I've seen Enya's castle. That count?
Did she sing for you while you were there?
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by Nicholas Hooper
Weird Al Yankovic's "Poodle Hat"
Love Weird Al, but not a big fan of that one.
Perhaps its because I'm not familiar with the music being parodied. I'm old.
I'm not really into any of the music that it parodies either. I know only one of the pariodied songs, and I hate it. Still, it's a great CD.
In the SCA and, I think, at RenFaires they are very into song parodies. They call them "Filks" and there's even a website devoted to them.
My favorite is the Mongolian Birthday Song sung to the tune of Volga Boatmen.
Well I am currently enjoying The Day the Earth Stood Still by Bernard Herrmann on Cinemagic which just Changed to Dune by Toto, 2 of my all time favorites back to back, God I love XM.
Michael Rennie was ill the Day the Earth Stood Still, but he told us where we stand, and Flash Gordon was there in silver underwear, Claude Rains was the Invisible Man.....
Devo doing Satisfaction on Fred Ch44 on XM
I Love all Al but my favorite albums would probably be Off the Deep End and then Running with Scissors and then my 4CD Compelation of all his earlier Material!!! YO, YO the Yoda!!!
Right now I'm listening to Howard Shore's "the Two Towers" score.
Awesome choice, MZ! I think I like the LOTR CD's (not the music itself, but the actual CD's) better than the Star Wars CD's. Music wise, I think I love them both the same.
I just bought the new Flogging Mollys CD on Amazon, but I havent'gotten it, yet.
Forrest Gump - Alan Silvestri
Journey to the Center of the Earth - Bernard Herrman
I'm listening to the many remixed scores on Super Smash Brothers Brawl. J_J have you got it yet? We need to brawl online!
I'm currently listening to the Into the Woods Original Cast Recording. Yay Sondheim!
Transformers score, by Steve Jablonsky
Trista Pena by the Gypsy Kings (who sing in Spanish but are really French)
Been editing a music video so Ignus Fatuus by Autumn Tragedy most of the day.
On the mainstream, Heroes of Our Time by Dragonforce, god what a killer video! The guitar solos there are completely absurd too, unbelievably cool.
Ishq (dj Cheb i Sabba's Delhi Masjid Remix) Manish Vyas off the Mela CD. (Bet no one's ever heard of it!)
you have to find the song "Get to the F'ing Monkey" 'tis hilarious
I just finished listening to No Doubt "Tragic Kingdom." I just let the music play in the office for everyone.
I'm listening to Lost podcasts.