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Annihislater wrote:
I think it depends on the composer and how they compose.

I love listening to Cliff Martinez for example. I regularly listen to his half of Spring Breakers drive and Solaris.

But then I find a lot of James Horner stuff dull as balls when listened to outside of the context of the film.


It depends on how busy the compositions are and/or whether they have much depth or texture. I find that most film soundtrack music is just background music. I used to enjoy listening to some of Elfman's scores for Burton films in my teens, but I haven't done that in a while.

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As for Nick Cave, No More Shall We Part was the beginning of his decline in my view, but he has released a couple of really good albums since then.



Nope. Well, it's subjective to be sure. But could you really look me in the eye and tell me that Let Love In, with all it's saccharine schmaltz and generic retro/indie wish wash, WASN'T the beginning of the end? In my opinion this is around about the time The Bad Seeds started catering to the 90's alternative charts crowd.

All downhill from then on.

But, as I said, it's all subjective....

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Vapor Hiemis. East European pagan black metal goes techno. :?

Not really sure.


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I really like No More Shall We Part


He parted Kylie's skull with a rock!


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Vapor Hiemis. East European pagan black metal goes techno. :?

Not really sure.

Part of me really likes that. It's like they took Dub Buk at their most 'out there' and took it as far is it could go.

But then part of me just feels confused haha

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Vapor Hiemis. East European pagan black metal goes techno. :?

Not really sure.

Part of me really likes that. It's like they took Dub Buk at their most 'out there' and took it as far is it could go.

But then part of me just feels confused haha


That's awesome!


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Sulphur Aeon

I think doomrider and Sol and others mentioned them but I just got round to checking them out now. Only tried one song but it's made me very curious for more.

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Both albums are great. Great cover art, too.

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The art really is fantastic! I like the album so far too.


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Both albums are great. Great cover art, too.

The artwork is fucking magnificent. Even if the music was shite, I'd buy them for the artwork.

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Initial copies of their second album came with a poster of the full cover art. Nice.

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Gin is the one (IMO anyway) but most of what I've heard from them has been good to great.

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I'll have it tonight. I haven't heard anything subsequent but the earlier stuff is all worth a go, too.

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The Jesse James soundtrack works great with the images. I wouldn't listen to it on its own though. Don't see the point.

Have you tried? It's a fantastic album, especially when listened to through head/earphones.

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Well, finally gave Tom Waits a try. Been meaning to for a while, but never did. I seem to remember he was regularly mentioned here in the past, but not so much any longer. Another reason I was curious about him is there are some sites that recommend him if you're a fan of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. Leonard Cohen also gets recommended. Guess I'll get to him later down the road. Anyway, I downloaded the following Waits albums:

Closing Time (73)
The Heart of Saturday Night (74)
Small Change (76)
Swordfishtrombones (83)
Rain Dogs (85)
Frank's Wild Years (87)
Bone Machine (92)
Mule Variations (99)
Alice (02)

Still early days with them as I've only given them a couple of listens, but the 70s albums clicked right away. Great stuff. Small Change is probably my favorite by him so far. The rest of the ones from 80 onward were pretty decent and held my interest throughout them. As most on here know, there's a lot to take in with them, especially with only a couple of listens. Mule Variations is probably my favorite of the six I have post 80.

Anyway, great discovery for me overall. There's definitely some genius in his songwriting. Really like his vocals as well. I'll be spending more time with this guy.


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I like his first album as it's more traditional and accessable but I've got Rain Dogs and Swordfishtrombones and it's just jazzy shite with him talking. Not my cup of tea at all.

Ol' 55, Hope I Don't Fall In Love With You, Martha, Time and Downtown Train are great songs.


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Tom Waits is really good but he has an intimidating discography.

My introduction to him was Mule Variations, which was his crossover moment.

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Stat_Rad wrote:
Tom Waits is really good but he has an intimidating discography.

My introduction to him was Mule Variations, which was his crossover moment.

Yeah, his discog is quite the monster. My repeated listens are starting to pay off. Seems to me that Swordfishtrombones was where he really changed things. I'm still a rookie with his work, so I could be missing your point about Mule Variations. Great album though.


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