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Lobby music

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Lobby music   Monday, May 27, 2002 (3:25 a.m.) 

Ok, you know on the trailer just after that guy says "Buckle yer seatbelt Dorethy, cos Cansas, is going bye bye" then there's a big explosion, and that music plays where Neo and Trinity are doing all those stunts whilst guards shoot at them. What is the peice of music? I can't find it any where and i brought the CD and it isn't on there either.

Please help me.

Thanks

Chris

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Re: Lobby music   Wednesday, May 29, 2002 (11:24 a.m.) 

It is probably the one by propellarheads. I have their CD and it has a song from the lobby scene. If you look up Propellerheads and Matrix you'll find it.

-JD-

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Re: Lobby music   Thursday, May 30, 2002 (3:28 a.m.) 

But i have the music called "Spy Break- Proppeler Heads" and it sounds nothing like how it does in the trailer?

Chris

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Re: Lobby music   Wednesday, February 26, 2003 (9:10 a.m.) 

> But i have the music called "Spy Break- Proppeler Heads" and it
> sounds nothing like how it does in the trailer?

> Chris

That's because that's Eyes of Truth (or. from enigma) there are 2 versions, the original and the remix. Spybreak is the lobby scene from the movie, not the trailer... at least that's how I see it

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Re: Lobby music   Thursday, May 30, 2002 (9:42 a.m.) 

I'm sorry, I was sure it was spy break. It could also be Leave you far behind by lunatic calm.

check that one out.

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Re: Lobby music   Monday, August 5, 2002 (6:48 a.m.) 

The lobby scene music is Spybreak by the Propellaheads, although as far as i'm aware, the music on the trailer is Enigma's The Eyes Of Truth

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