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ELECTRONIC SOUNDTRACKS

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Forbidden Planet
Forbidden Planet
"It all started on the Forbidden Planet. Still one of the rawest & most extraordinary pieces of electronica to grace a movie in Hollywood or anywhere for that matter"
Doctor Who At The Radiophonic Workshop Vol. 1: The Early Years 1963-1969
Doctor Who At The Radiophonic Workshop Vol. 1: The Early Years 1963-1969
"Delia Derbyshire's note by note oscillator transmutation of the theme was most people's first contact with electronic music but this is a bigger box of delights."
My Lost City
My Lost City
"Lost indeed for nearly 30 years. Dennis Leigh shakes off Ultravox rock & solo machine pop for this entrancing ancient/modern trip (London once had 13 monasteries) with Ballard & Eno in the back seat"
Scene Memory
Scene Memory
"Guitar maestro & sometime Eno collaborator, Abrahams, remarkably captures & even transcends all 3 Fripp & Eno Lps totally solo"
Crash
Crash
"While the film never got to grips with Ballard's peculiarly English obsession, this CD fuses dissonant, processed guitar with metallic percussion, prepared piano & uneasy chamber music"
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
"Working in splendid isolation fom any hip movement,  these Sheffield twins offer a deply chilled, unsettling re-imagining of the backdrop to this silent classic."
Omega
Omega
"I am Legend! Off to post-Apocalypse North America for this slice of minimalist, solo, vampire-defying techno"
A Clockwork Orange
A Clockwork Orange
"It's hard to imagine how weird a moog soundtrack using familiar classical themes must have sounded in 1971 but this still sounds like aliens trying to copy a capsule recording!"
Inlandish
Inlandish
"Here we are stuck by this river. Pastoral piano, cellos, oboes & hypnotically cycling electronica by 74-year old who refuses to retire (and why should he on this form?)"
Mysterious Skin: Music from the Film
Mysterious Skin: Music from the Film
"Mysterious skin"
Mishima
Mishima
"Mishima"
Twin Peaks
Twin Peaks
"Twin Peaks"
OST -Johnny Yesno
OST -Johnny Yesno
"One of the Cabs most uncompromising recordings with that unearthly Red Mecca/ Western Works sound &  a funky, dub version of Taxi Music that ends like TG descending into hell."
Cendre
Cendre
"Impossibly lovely collision of Satiesque piano, guitar distortions and computer manipulated fizzing backdrop."
Prince of Darkness
Prince of Darkness
"Generally more sleazy & unsettling than horrific, using subtle analog synths to create a dark ambiance"
The Music of Candyman
The Music of Candyman
"Candyman"
American Beauty
American Beauty
"American Beauty"
Reservation Road
Reservation Road
"Mark Isham has made some wonderful soundtracks showcasing his trumpet skills but this succeeds through understatement, capturing the drawn out oppressive, melancholy of the film."
Mulholland Drive
Mulholland Drive
"Mulholland Drive"
Blade Runner Trilogy 25th Anniversary
Blade Runner Trilogy 25th Anniversary
"Blade Runner"
Apollo
Apollo
"Trainspotting for all mankind? Well, someone had to produce such exquisite spacial ambience with country guitars in tow."
Metropolis
Metropolis
"Metropolis"
Solaris
Solaris
"People miss the point when they call this electro-gamelan repetitive: the book makes it clear that those on the orbiting station are caught up in a stream of consciousness mirroring the oceans below"
Mirage
Mirage
"Ironic title as this perfect frozen analog synth/ sequencer voyage almost never appears on electronica lists. At least as good as side 2 of Low."
Nosferatu
Nosferatu
"Nosferatu"