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The February edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this jam-packed issue, the cover story is an in-depth analysis of JOHN WILLIAMS’ LINCOLN. Also in this issue are an interview with JOHAN SÖDERQVIST on scoring KON-TIKI, the most expensive Norwegian film of all time; MARCO BELTRAMI and BUCK SANDERS tackle A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD and WARM BODIES; JOHN OTTMAN helps Jack slay some giants; WILLIAM ROSS picks up the baton again for this year's Academy Awards; KEVIN RIEPL on composing on the long-awaited ALIENS: COLONIAL MARINES video game sequel to James Cameron's beloved film; a giant audio interview with JOEL MCNEELY, featuring tons of music samples; a review of this month’s ALAN SILVESTRI GSPO concert; a MICHAEL KAMEN-themed Ear of the Month; a TORN PAGES featuring what may be the fastest film score ever composed; more embedded audio clips and more.

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Am I the only one to still see the January issue?

Am I the only one to still see the January issue?

No. That's what I keep getting. They'll get it fixed.

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