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since i do have 3 copies, ive very familiar with the ST, and the clunky nature with which some of the music has been placed within the film destroys what tension there is for me, as ive said pass. we'll leave it at that, ok??
ha ha ha! I'm not having a go, I'm just saying that there is a LOT more to the soundtrack of this film than Iron Maiden.

I take it that nobody can identify the piece of music that I was refering to earlier?
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No idea although it could be by Claudio Simonetti.
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No idea although it could be by Claudio Simonetti.
I've checked every piece of music that is on Youtube connected to Phenomena and I still can't find the composer. I've loved it for must be over twenty years now and I still don't know who did it!
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Here is the piece of music that I am refering to. It starts at 8mins and 3 secs into the film. Please, somebody tell me that they know who it's by!


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since i do have 3 copies, ive very familiar with the ST, and the clunky nature with which some of the music has been placed within the film destroys what tension there is for me, as ive said pass. we'll leave it at that, ok??
I love Maiden and Motorhead, but i totally agree, they are almost cut and paste edits into the film, quite poor, i squirm when they appear. Same goes for Demons.
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Here is the piece of music that I am refering to. It starts at 8mins and 3 secs into the film. Please, somebody tell me that they know who it's by!


Come on guys and girls, who did the music in this scene?
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I still have no idea and am now almost as keen to find out as you!
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I still have no idea and am now almost as keen to find out as you!
It's been doing my head in for so long now. I've scoured so many different sources and still can't find out who it was by. If I was pushed, I would have to say that (IMO) it's either by a member of Goblin or Simon Boswell, but what do I know?
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That's why I mentioned Claudio Simonetti as it could have been something he did on his own just as a 'simple piece of music' which no one expected to become popular or in demand.
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Your guess is as good as mine Nos. Where's Argento when you need him?
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