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The June edition of FSM ONLINE, quite possibly our biggest issue of all time in terms of sheer content, is now live. The cover story is a brand new Doug Adams interview with HOWARD SHORE on the upcoming blockbuster TWILIGHT: ECLIPSE, featuring music samples. Also in this issue, as part of our "Vampire Spectacular," are a chat with NATHAN BARR on TRUE BLOOD, with Season Three premiering this past Sunday; Kyle Renick's massive survey of VAMPIRE FILM MUSIC FROM 1922-PRESENT; and a Vampire-themed EAR OF THE MONTH.

Vol. 15, No. 6 also marks the 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF FSM, which we celebrate with fantastic new contributions from guest editor LUKAS KENDALL, including new pieces from JEFF BOND and RECORDMAN, Part 1 of Lukas and Jeff's vast interview with director PETER HYAMS, and NICHOLAS MEYER's reminiscences on DAVID RAKSIN.

As if all that weren't enough, we also have a massive new audio interview (with a separate music suite) with LEE HOLDRIDGE; an audio piece with MIKAEL CARLSSON, the man behind Movie Score Media CD releases; Ira Newborn, Mark Snow and Tim Starnes at the NYU/ASCAP Workshop; plenty of additional embedded audio clips, reviews and more.
 
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Board folks - check out the new FSMO issue!
lk

Was reading last night! Good job and happy 20th! I hope there's enough unreleased scores to keep it going for another 20! Cheers.

Happy 20th indeed! I've been with you for 14 of them, which isn't too shabby. I still have every single printed issue of your magazine, Lukas, even from the ORIGINAL onesheet Soundtrack Correspondence List in 1990 (I didn't subscribe myself back then, but I got it from a guy named Ken Bruzenak, who you might remember, along with all the previous issues prior to 1996 when I began my subscription). And all the way up to the last in 2005, which incidentally included my own Elfman Buyer's Guide (Part 1). What with that and the messageboard and CD's and everything, it's certainly "been emotional", to quote Vinnie Jones.

Here's for 20 more!

"... The plan is simple: we get more subscribers, we make more money. We make more money, we can pay for more and better articles...."

"PAY" for articles???????!!!!!!!!
'bout time :)
bruce

ps glad to mark my return for this issh

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