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CD Reviews: Seed of Chucky and Hitman
Posted By: Christopher Jenkins 11/1/2005 - 9:00 PM

CD Reviews: Seed of Chucky and Hitman



Seed of Chucky (2004) ***

PINO DONAGGIO

La-La Land LLLCD 1033

21 tracks - 53:40
 
Of all the composers to take a "stab" at scoring a Chucky film, Pino Donaggio comes to the latest installment with the highest of pedigrees. Not to detract from previous perpetrators like Joe Renzetti,
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Soundtrack Redux 
Posted By: Christopher Jenkins 10/11/2005 - 9:00 PM

Soundtrack Redux 

By Christopher Jenkins



A fleet of planes soars through the sky, their passage marked by triumphant horn fanfares. Two lovers embrace in the moonlight as syrupy strings shimmer in the background. Or picture a monster stalking his hapless prey amidst pounding drums and shrieking brass.
 
We all know and respect tradition, particularly when it regards film music. Whether apropos or cli
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CD Reviews: Land of the Dead and Hostage
Posted By: David Coscina , Christopher Jenkins 10/4/2005 - 9:00 PM

CD Reviews: Land of the Dead and Hostage



Land of the Dead ***
 
REINHOLD HEIL & JOHNNY KLIMEK
 
Varèse Sarabande 302 066 666 2
 
36 tracks - 74:12
 
George A. Romero's long-awaited follow-up to his 1985 zombie munchfest Day of the Dead sports a percussive, electronic soundtrack by G
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