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CD Reviews: Viva Zapata! & Michael Kamen's Opus
Posted By: Alex North 5/12/1998 - 10:00 PM

CD Reviews: Viva Zapata! & Michael Kamen's Opus

Viva Zapata! ****


Varese Sarabande VSD-5900. 14 tracks - 31:58

Alex North is such a misunderstood commodity that many are probably unaware that he ever scored a western (or anything other than A Streetcar Named Desire and Spartacus). His Cheyenne Autumn has long been one of the most original and powerfully dramatic works in the genre, and Viva Zapata!

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A Couple of Reviews:
Posted By: Alex North 11/2/1997 - 10:00 PM

A Couple of Reviews:

Alex North and Alien Trilogy

Note from Lukas: One of the few criticisms of FSM (the magazine, not this site) this year is that we haven't had enough reviews. That's because we haven't had time to write them! Rest assured that, as you read this, Jeff Bond and I are sorting through piles of CDs to get everything covered.

In the meantime, there are a handful of CDs where we ended up with multiple reviews. Below are two

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