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The August edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, the cover story is Neill Blomkamp’s ELYSIUM, featuring an interview with newcomer composer RYAN AMON, plus his lead orchestrator PENKA KOUNEVA. Also in this issue: a composer commentary with ALAN SILVESTRI on RED 2 (audio); MARK MANCINA is back, with Disney’s PLANES; an audio interview with JOHN DEBNEY on his new score for JOBS, and various career highlights; a look at the 10 MOST WANTED ALBUMS OF REJECTED FILM SCORES; an ALAN HOWARTH-themed Soundtrack Obscurities; a tabloid edition of Wong’s Turn; a boatload of soundtrack reviews, more embedded audio clips, and more.
 
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