What are you listening to?


#70

I just ordered this 2CD score from LaLa Land Records. I already have a 1CD expanded score, but was impressed with the mixing on their Die Another Day 2CD set.


#71

It’s summer here so I am listening to Tim Wheeler - Feels Like Summer


#72

Time After Time - Cyndi Lauper


#73

Two Hearts - Phil Collins


#74

Thunderstruck - AC/DC


#75

Dire Straits - Money for Nothing


#76

Holding Back The Years - Simply Red


#77

Johnny Marr - Hi Hello


#78

The complete Innuendo album of Queen :heart_eyes:


#79

When they finally get round to rebooting Highlander (long in the works) there’s plenty of tracks on Innuendo that would work very well and wouldn’t feel like a rehash of the original. In fact many of them feel like tracks originally written for Highlander that didn’t make it at that time, so the lyrics were tweaked slightly so they could work on the non-Highlander Innuendo album.


#80

Squeeze - This Summer

Fantastic summer song from 1995, but not many people know it.


#81

“The Name’s Bond…James Bond” - David Arnold “Casino Royale”


#82

Nice one, Dove.

I am listening to “Skyfall” - Adele


#83

(Good choice, DaveBond! :wink:)

Currently I’m listening to Don’t Stand So Close To Me '86 - The Police


#84

Stevie Wonder - Master Blaster (Jammin)


#85

The James Bond Theme - ParodiFair


#86

Alan Parsons Project - The Raven


#87

Steve Hackett – Wuthering Nights

This live album has 2 CDs and a bluray for $17!. Features half of the Wind and Wuthering album. First CD has solo Steven Hackett stuff, second has 1970s Genesis. Great stuff.


#88

A widescreen blu ray of the original 80s movie The Hitcher has finally been released (in Germany). I have real love for this highly under appreciated, atmospheric poem on life and death disguised as a piece of genre horror.

The script, direction and performances are all top draw. But my favourite aspect has always been the haunting score by Mark Islam.

So with a 1080p version in the post to me in the UK I’ve been immersing myself in Isham’s soundscape of endless open desert roads and their black clad iconic spectre intent upon forcing a young man to kill his demon.

Is John Ryder simply a sadistic, psychopathic hitchhiker, or is he a supernatural presence? The movie never really tells you (out loud), letting you decide for yourself. But there’s a single, subtle key moment in the final act that suggests which. Such subtlety in a violent horror movie is a rare thing and makes this movie just as good, just as unique as it was on release.

Whatever your opinion upon Ryder’s nature and motive - other worldly or not - there’s always something ethereally supernatural just over the horizon from the film’s opening frame thanks to Isham’s amazing score.


#89

What a lovely set of music! My brother and I saw this tour and had the amazing pleasure of being able to meet Steve prior to the show. It was a real bucket list item for me!