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Old 29th December 2011, 10:53 AM
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Default Ennio Morricone, opening titles from "Grand Slam" (1967) aka Ad Ogni Costo



got this tune stuck in my brain box,my little head hurts.

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Old 29th December 2011, 11:25 AM
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Nice. Top film that one.
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Old 29th December 2011, 12:32 PM
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I downloaded myself the Leftfield best of album, but have only been listening to 3 songs on it over and over:
Phat Planet
Shallow Grave (great movie)
Snakeblood (from The Beach)
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Old 29th December 2011, 01:08 PM
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Presently playing the new English Heretic cd.
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Old 29th December 2011, 11:22 PM
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Old 1st January 2012, 11:25 PM
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CUT HANDS which is a brutal mix of electronics, noise and African and Haitian drumming from William Bennett of Whitehouse. Well worth your time.

I've also been listening to "Throbbing Gristle's Greatest Hits", a band that have always left me rather indifferent to their sound but after constantly hearing their praise being sung on Cult Labs, I thought I'd give them a go. As luck would have it, there are some shiny new releases out so I went for the "Greatest Hits" and I'm loving it. Thanks to Thehamish, Wes and anyone else who has mentioned them in the past.
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CUT HANDS which is a brutal mix of electronics, noise and African and Haitian drumming from William Bennett of Whitehouse. Well worth your time.

I've also been listening to "Throbbing Gristle's Greatest Hits", a band that have always left me rather indifferent to their sound but after constantly hearing their praise being sung on Cult Labs, I thought I'd give them a go. As luck would have it, there are some shiny new releases out so I went for the "Greatest Hits" and I'm loving it. Thanks to Thehamish, Wes and anyone else who has mentioned them in the past.
I've got Volume one of Afro Noise and I heartily agree with you. Whilst I don't dig out my Whitehouse back catalogue regularly, this stuff is easily the best thing that Bennett's done, well for me anyway.
Two of my favourite musical elements combine - traditional drumming and abstract electronics - a big, big, big recommend from em too.

I don't think you've done anything wrong in reappraising TG. Some of their stuff is absolutely sublime and I always like to go back and 'rediscover' elements of their work.
Chris Carter's solo output is worth a punt too, especially as he was the key 'music' provider for me within TG and his sonic fingerprint is pretty obvious, but I'm a sucker for nearly anything electronic.
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I've been putting more Cinescape mixes together and in a sort of keeping with the theme of Make Them Die Slowly's last post this latest one features a Throbbing Gristle track

Anyway if you do have a listen, hope you enjoy it:

Cinescape Reel 4
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Default Today been mostly listening too

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