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Robert Shepherd
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Posted: 31 March 2018 at 1:25am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

What is your favorite musical soundtrack "today". Could be movie or game soundtrack. You can list as many as you like as I'm looking for new music to experience.

"Today" my favorite has got to be "Chevaliers de Sangreal" from The DaVinci Code. As music goes, it's one big loop, but I love how the whole song is one big crescendo. 

Lately, I've been hooked on game soundtracks when I draw.

Whats your favorite "today"?
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Only one? Can't be done.
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Robert Shepherd
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Yeah I knew that wasn't possible, and while I wasn't trying to set any rules, I was trying to imply - what is top of mind today.


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Shaun Barry
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LA LA LAND

Painfully mediocre movie "musical."  Absolutely wonderful score from Justin Hurwitz.



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David Miller
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FARGO. Today, that is.
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Brian Floyd
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LA LA LAND (the movie) was ruined by one song on its soundtrack: City of Stars. That song is hot garbage.




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Stephen Churay
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Today? I've got the end credit sequences
of both Avengers films playing on a loop.

I'm a bit excited for this movie.
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John Byrne
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Okay -- THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY. Ennio Morrecone.

Speaking of which, THIS is kinda fun.

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Doug Centers
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"THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY. Ennio Morrecone."

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Wow, I just finished listening to that (from The Danish National Symphony) while reading the Forum posts...what a coinkydink!
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I have a film soundtracks that I go to regularly when I draw. Conan the Barbarian by Basil Poledouris is one that never disappoints, so let's say that for today.
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Joe Murray
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Tangerine Dream's 1981 score to THIEF always works for me.


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Shaun Barry
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Since Robert initially asked, "What's your favorite musical soundtrack today," I should add that I'm now also listening (this month) to:

VERTIGO - By Bernard Herrmann
Starts off sounding like the world's spookiest horror movie, but eventually blends into a much more lush & romantic score than I'd remembered.  One of his all-time best.

IRON MAN 3 - By Brian Tyler
The Marvel Studios soundtracks have a reputation for being somewhat bland & unmemorable, but this one bucked the trend.  Solid stuff, and also featuring one of my top-5 favorite instrumentals of this decade, the irresistible "Can You Dig It?"



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