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• Posted by Erik Woods
• Date: Thursday, June 22, 2006, at 7:39 a.m.
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June 22, 2006 UPDATE:

The On-Demand Shows for this week are now on-line. Go to... hear the “Superman Returns and Amazing Stories" program. On the program this week we will be playing music from Steven Spielberg’s mid-80’s TV series AMAZING STORIES. Intrada Records is planning on releasing a 6 CD, 3 volume anthology of music from this series and on the program this week we will be playing music from the first volume. You will hear music from such composed as John Williams, James Horner, Bruce Broughton, Danny Elfman, Geroges Delerue, Billy Goldenberg, and more. Plus, we will be featuring music from John Ottman’s score to SUPERMAN RETURNS.


Also check out the "Suspense Thriller and Spy Films" program.

During this show we will be playing music from such films as EYE OF THE NEEDLE (Rozsa), MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE (Elfman), THE BOURNE SUPREMACY (Powell), THE TAILOR OF PANAMA (Davey), RONIN (Cmiral), TRUE LIES (Fiedel), JOHNNY ENGLISH (Shearmur), SNEAKERS (Horner), and SPY GAME (Gregson-Williams)


If you have any problems listening the show please e-mail us at



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