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Christian Kühn
(p85.212.136.199.tisdip.tiscali.de)


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Christian Kühn
  Word has it that Bouysoundtrax.com is releasing...   Tuesday, July 4, 2006 (2:31 p.m.) 

...these two scores:

(1) A re-release, possibly expanded, of Basil Poledouris' masterful 1989 score to Farewell to the King. That would be greatly welcomed indeed. Another CDr in collection might get replaced.

(2) A 2-CD release of Henry Mancini's 1985 sci-fi score to Lifeforce. That would be neat, too, but for once, I am more than content with the old 37-minute release by Varese.

No really official word as of yet, although the crod from Soudtrack.net once again teases us with their pre-knowledge that only they have... Any thoughts?

Christian

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Brendan Anderson
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docile
  Re: Word has it that Bouysoundtrax.com is releasing...   Tuesday, July 4, 2006 (5:15 p.m.) 

> (1) A re-release, possibly expanded, of Basil Poledouris' masterful 1989
> score to Farewell to the King.

Interesting...how much is missing? Would this make it a 2-CD set?

> (2) A 2-CD release of Henry Mancini's 1985 sci-fi score to
> Lifeforce.

*Obligatory John Ottman slam* : why release Lifeforce when we've got X2 to listen to? Haha...ha..ha...hmm...

More Mancini is always a good thing. Bring it on!

> the crod from Soudtrack.net
> once again teases us with their pre-knowledge
> that only they have... Any thoughts?

What is a "crod"?

-Brendan

p.s. Thanks to you and Shane for
the joint postcard from Heidelberg!


BrendanAnderson.com - hopefully not the website of a crod
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docile
(tc1-17.lindstrom.cornernet.com)

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  Mancini Recommendations?   Wednesday, July 5, 2006 (6:35 p.m.) 

> *Obligatory John Ottman slam* : why release Lifeforce when we've got X2 to
> listen to? Haha...ha..ha...hmm...

Not to mention that the NFL Films music is almost a direct copy of Lifeforce (even more so than X2). Have you seen the NFL Burger King commercials?

> More Mancini is always a good thing. Bring it on!

Do you have the 2-disc Thornbirds? That is excellent stuff. Do you (or anyone else) recommend any Mancini being you seem to like him?

THE END ?


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Yavar Moradi
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Christian Kühn
  Actually Farewell to the King is supposedly coming from Prometheus   Tuesday, July 4, 2006 (5:28 p.m.) 

> (1) A re-release, possibly expanded, of Basil Poledouris' masterful 1989
> score to Farewell to the King. That would be greatly welcomed
> indeed. Another CDr in collection might get replaced.

Same for me. The new release is supposed to be about 67 minutes (1 CD, probably the complete score), Brendan -- this from the FSM board.

> (2) A 2-CD release of Henry Mancini's 1985 sci-fi score to
> Lifeforce. That would be neat, too, but for once, I am more than
> content with the old 37-minute release by Varese.

Yeah, I dunno, but I don't have the old one (just a 20 minute suite Jens made me) so I may get this. The reason Lifeforce is coming from BSX and not Prometheus is because Ford has supposedly tried to interest Luc Van de Ven in Lifeforce for some time but to no avail...so he's going through a different outlet.

Yavar

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Christian Kühn
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Michael Arlidge
  Typo Correction   Wednesday, July 5, 2006 (9:05 a.m.) 

Bouysoundtrax.com = Buysoundtrax.com

> ...these two scores:

> (1) A re-release, possibly expanded, of Basil Poledouris' masterful 1989
> score to Farewell to the King. That would be greatly welcomed
> indeed. Another CDr in collection might get replaced.

Another CDr in my collection might get replaced.

> No really official word as of yet, although the crod from Soudtrack.net
> once again teases us with their pre-knowledge that only they have... Any
> thoughts?

Crod = Crowd. (Is "crod" an isnult? I don't know this word!)
Soudtrack.net = Soundtrack.net

Seems it was necessary to clear these things up.

Christian


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Michael Arlidge
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Yavar Moradi
  Re: Typo Correction   Wednesday, July 5, 2006 (2:12 p.m.) 

> Crod = Crowd. (Is "crod" an isnult? I don't know this word!)

Hate to be a nit-picker, but you've got a typo in your typo correction . The word 'isnult' is not the dictionary. By the way, 'crod' is not an insult as far as I'm aware. Crud might be a different matter, however.

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Yavar Moradi
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C. Hook
  Correction of your correction...   Wednesday, July 5, 2006 (3:46 p.m.) 

> Hate to be a nit-picker, but you've got a typo in your typo correction .
> The word 'isnult' is not the dictionary.

Not IN the dictionary you mean.

By the way, 'crod' is not an
> insult as far as I'm aware. Crud might be a different matter,
> however.

Actually, "crud" might be a curse word, but not a likely insult. However, clod would probably be a better letter to change.

Yavar

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Michael Arlidge
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Yavar Moradi
  Re: Correction of your correction...   Wednesday, July 5, 2006 (4:07 p.m.) 

> Not IN the dictionary you mean.

As this thread is about typographical errors, I assume that Kuhni intentionally got the spelling of 'insult' wrong, so I came back with my own error, but this time a grammatical one. It was fully intentional.

> Actually, "crud" might be a curse word, but not a likely insult.
> However, clod would probably be a better letter to change.

My understanding of 'crud' is that it is simply another word for 'rubbish', or something of such nature. 'Clod', on the other hand, is definitely an insult. However, on the scale of insults it's a fairly minor one as far as I'm concerned.

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Yavar Moradi
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Michael Arlidge
  Re: Correction of your correction...   Wednesday, July 5, 2006 (5:54 p.m.) 

> As this thread is about typographical errors, I assume that Kuhni
> intentionally got the spelling of 'insult' wrong, so I came back with my
> own error, but this time a grammatical one. It was fully intentional.

I see.

> My understanding of 'crud' is that it is simply another word for
> 'rubbish', or something of such nature.

It's a milder stand-in for "" actually.

'Clod', on the other hand, is
> definitely an insult. However, on the scale of insults it's a fairly minor
> one as far as I'm concerned.

Yes, but an insult rather than an expletive.

Yavar

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Michael Arlidge
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Yavar Moradi
  Re: Correction of your correction...   Wednesday, July 5, 2006 (6:24 p.m.) 

> It's a milder stand-in for "!-!" actually.

The dictionary defines it as the following:

a. A coating or an incrustation of filth or refuse.
b. Something loathsome, despicable, or worthless.
c. One who is contemptible or disgusting

> Yes, but an insult rather than an expletive.

In my experience insults and expletives are fairly interchangeable. For example, if I call you a f*ckwit (not that I ever would ), then I've both insulted and sworn at you.

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C. Hook
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  Re: Correction of your correction...   Wednesday, July 5, 2006 (8:17 p.m.) 

> Actually, "crud" might be a curse word, but not a likely insult.
> However, clod would probably be a better letter to change.

"Clod" is not a letter.



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Yavar Moradi
(adsl-69-231-42-213.dsl.irvnca.pacbell.net)

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C. Hook
  Re: Correction of your correction...   Thursday, July 6, 2006 (2:16 p.m.) 

> "Clod" is not a letter.

>

But the letter "l," which I italicized, is.

Yavar

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