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Anonymous Coward
posted at
2003-02-16 20:32:39
hey, cool movies, but could you post a list of the music you used? I'd be very grateful =)


Anonymous Coward
posted at
2003-03-29 00:27:39
Re: music
Let's see...
Several of the albums were borrowed, so I'm doing this from memory. And hey - it's been nearly six years. Some of them are edited beyond recognition. Here they are, as best as I can remember them, in order of appearance (is there an aural word for of "appearance"?):

A Symphoic "Deck The Halls"
Pistol Whipping by Naked City
Humoresque by Dvorak
It's The Slime by Frank Zappa (main title theme)
Locomotive by Guns & Roses (see an earlier post if you want the edit)
Some classical piece - I forget :(
Some hand edited drum loops
Some song off the "Singles" sound track (maybe Pearl Jam?)
You Must Believe Me by Eric Clapton (Curtis Mayfield cover)
It's Alright by Steve Winwood (Curtis Mayfield cover)
Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Stauss (theme from 2001)
Longview by Green Day
Juanita (forgotten the artist)
Faster Than The Speed Of Light by Yngwie Malmsteen (next week on Vendetta)

The second episode was edited by the other guy (Derrickson). A few of the songs were used again. I don't know all the music, but the ones I do know are:

Julia by The Beatles (elevator music version)
Cops by Ben Folds
Adagio For Strings by Samuel Barber (but arranged for voice)
Some homemade piano pouding
Say You, Say Me by Lionel Richie

And that's all she wrote, folks. If it weren't illegal I'd throw together a soundtrack album. But maybe just distributing the movie is illegal. Who knows? I'm sure there are folks who would've bought Gun's & Roses "Use Your Illusion" if it weren't for us...

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