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Discussion in 'Anathema' started by autumnsphere, Jan 26, 2005.
Opet is a city on the moon or something; Opeth isn't anything.
theres no city on the moon
don't'cha know? it's on the other side. too dark to see, but it's there. trust me, this hazy mushroom sorta thing is my speciality.
i want mehican mushies
me too i will hopefully get some kanadian in a week or two :Spin:
btw, are meshuggah listeners/fans idiots?
not idiots, but might be really twiztid for ure.
i dont mean azal.. mean the kretonoid fans of opeth and meshuggah that make you h8 yr once/beloved/band
no one mentioned the boys of Seigmen.....the band had such a great chemistry i think.
Yeah, but worse than all is the kretenoid Anathema fans... ya know some on yumetal...
Oh. Tchaikovski. I think he's the most genius.
yeah, seigmen are pretty good. no masterminds though, but had some good 'atmosphere'. i like total. cannot find ameneon tho
skoms: i never payed too much attention to the anath forum on yum retardos koz 2me it woz alwaysUltra+ much more interesting to come over here
i just realized i have dj krush & toshinori kondo on my bros hdd.
btw if anybody wants lots of dub stuff, can find me on nick mezanija via slsk.
what kinda dub stuff??
oh btw ado i got a king tubby cd for 6 aeros in hmv and that K&D remix double cd for 19 aeros....he he
jah shaka, king tubby, lots of bill laswell stuff, black uhuru, dub specialist, dub syndicate, jah warrior, joe gibbs, lee scratch, nicky skopelitis, mickey dread, prince far i, roots radics, scientist, the rootsman, trojan dub box set, twilight circus, twinkle bros etc etc
did you hear that three ages soundtrack he did for the buster keaton film
ah shite, dont tell me you have that? i do have the first series of remixes off it on vinyl though. i want the actual dvd box with the soundtrack on cd, may get it from france by mail, theyre useless here. the dvd has loads of shhtuff on it! you like?
friend of mine writes reviews for a mag in my room, apparantly he was playing this promo when i asked him what dead annoying music he was listening to now. he said: i know.
he thought it being silly making beats with this slapstick situated in da flinstone times, i disagree there though, the video piece on the promo made the music fit. and well listening to the thing a second time is quite okay, i couldnt read a book with it, but its effective during computering with headphones.
verdict, not too special, very basic. i would like to see the dvd as a whole though, yes.
you're a disgrace
Jeff Mills: I tried to prove certain things in that particular soundtrack. As a DJ I can approach producing music for films in multiple ways, the same ways I can program records for an audience, which is probably slightly different from someone who only does one or the other. I look at it from many different perspectives. For The Three Ages I chose to use a very indirect way, not only composing the music for the interactions between the characters specifically, accenting certain kind of moves or things like that, but I also decided to create a backdrop for what was happening on the screen. The result is not a humorous soundtrack as such, but its allowed humour to happen on screen. I did that because I wanted to show how diverse electronic music can be and that its not always predictable as composing music for movies can be. Even in that type of context, with all the humour and the geniality of Buster Keaton, electronic music can be reserved and allowing at the same time.