[Zombies] MBM Soundtrack Tracks
pavel_lishin at yahoo.com
Mon Dec 17 09:13:01 PST 2007
Eh, it doesn't sound like most of their stuff, but I still like it.
Anyone know how/why they made it? It does sound kind of custom-tailored to the whole "I'm so goth I shit bats" feel the movie had going for it. (Didn't listen to the rest of the soundtrack because I didn't care.)
Also, I didn't know libraries lent out CDs because it seems like it would be easy to rip their whole collection to mp3 in about five days' time.
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From: Kent <eat.a.burrito at gmail.com>
To: zombies at hollyfeld.org
Sent: Monday, December 17, 2007 10:47:41 AM
Subject: [Zombies] MBM Soundtrack Tracks
After someone mentioned the MBM track on the Underworld Evolution
(http://www.discogs.com/release/898518) I stopped by the local library
and and checked it out. The soundtrack is one of the worst CDs I've
ever heard. Not a single track worth listening to. Some may like the
MBM track I suppose. It's vocal and industrial but sounds like an old
B-track not good enough to include in a release. I wouldn't worry
about missing it unless you are a completest.
On the other hand, if you don't have it I recommend the Moog
Soundtrack. (http://www.discogs.com/release/359653) Several
interesting tracks and possibly my fave MBM track, 'Memory
Unavailable'. It's a dub/breaks bit and the happiest MBM track I know.
The soundtrack reflects the fascinating history and influence of one
of the most important people in electronic music.
What are some of the other exclusive MBM tracks scattered around
compilations and soundtracks?
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