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The January 2011 FSM ONLINE is now live! In this issue, you’ll find our now-legendary FILM MUSIC IN REVIEW coverage, summing up the good, the bad and the ugly in the 2010 film music scene; Jon and Al Kaplan, Doug Adams, John Takis, Saul Pincus, Kyle Renick, Tim Burden (featuring previously unreleased cues from Christopher Gordon’s DAYBREAKERS) and more weigh in on the year that was, with text and some audio to boot. Also in this issue is an interview with CRAIG SPAULDING and RAY FIOLA on their work behind the scenes producing CYRANO DE BERGERAC and other CDs for Screen Archives Entertainment; an audio interview with British TV music stalwart CHRISTOPHER GUNNING; an Oscar-worthy WONG'S TURN; more embedded audio clips, downloadable video and more.


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