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I love sports, history, TV documentaries, writing poetry and stories, soundtracks, and writing imaginary scores.

I started collecting soundtracks officially in 2003 upon seeing and hearing Gods and Generals. I already loved film music and was very familiar with much of Horner's work up till that time. But buying the soundtrack to gods and generals spurred a craze. I already had a few soundtracks but mostly I would download individual tracks from audiowave. Or I would just watch the movies I wanted to hear the music from.

I own approximately 250 soundtracks including mp3 albums along with physical copies.








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