To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the first Star Wars movie, Sony Classical is releasing a Collector's Edition Box Set that faithfully reproduces all of the artwork from the original releases and a Greatest Hits CD with music from all of the Star Wars Soundtracks.
The Music of Star Wars: 30th Anniversary Collection comes in a collectors' edition foil-printed boxed set. Inside are eight CDs,
The anticipated follow-up album in the Final Fantasy XI Star Onions series, "Sanctuary", shares the same general source of music as its predecessor, and that's about all. Almost entirely gone are the jazz-fusion guitars and synth of the first album, replaced by a more organic ensemble of violins, flute, accordion and more.
One thing that can certainly be said of Sanctuary is it's more
After watching Benjamin Button, I had a "Hank"ering to watch this old classic again. The score, by Alan Silvestri is still one of my favourites.
The composer was particularly excited about this assignment; this long collaboration often (though not always) provided him inspiration above and beyond his other works. He and Zemeckis sat down to discuss how they would incorporate his thematic
Running at 166 minutes, its' odd how this "Forrest Gump"-like film is based on a short story. As with Forrest Gump, the soundtrack is equally based on resonating romantic themes, but not nearly as popular as that score is.
Outside of a few necessary action sequences, the score for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button is surprisingly even tempered, highly consistent in its soft, pleasant
Fans of Guitar Hero World Tour who have become bored with the game's current offering of songs will be glad to hear that a host of new track packs is to be available over July.
Anyone who has the game on Xbox 360, Wii or PlayStation 3 will be able to get their hands on the different packs, which will appeal to a diverse range of music lovers.
The Victory Track Pack is sure to please fans of
The Develop Conference & Expo, 14-16 July 2009, being held at the Hilton Brighton Metropole, is where the European developer community comes together to learn from each other and share experiences, be inspired by world renowned experts and gurus, get up-to-date with the latest development tools and techniques, make new contacts and catch-up with old ones. Plus, celebrate innovation and
For you guys who are into game soundtracks, and don't know where to get them, here is a site address where you can purchase and download a game soundtrack of your choice:
I have no affiliation with this site, but a few of you have asked where you can get the music. Yeah, it's not free but is still cheaper than motion picture soundtrack, and often
We've all grown up on them; had to endure them with parents, spouses and/or children. But deep down, there is always one that gets to us.
What's your favourite musical?
First and foremost for me is "My Fair Lady", followed by closely by "The King & I".
But placed with today's wave of new stuff, "Phantom of the Opera" is still a pretty good show.
After massive hype following a long absence, the next major title in the Street Fighter series has arrived. For the many who have already heard the music in game, the beefy track list for the album release probably says all they really need to know. To the few who haven't (of whom I am included), feel no hesitation in going straight for Street Fighter IV Original Soundtrack, as it offers the
Got a chance to play quite a bit of this, so how does the music stand up after 4 iterations on the theme?
One would expect a soundtrack in a series like Metal Gear Solid to strive to be cinematic, but even so the degree to which its fourth and supposedly final installment does so is surprising. More surprising is the degree to which it succeeds.
Metal Gear Solid 4 Original Soundtrack has some