Mary J, 22, Femme, États-Unis…Dernière visite : avril 2013

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  • odryo

    eyyy hi... good taste.. pixies are incredible!! congrat.

    15 avr. 2009 Répondre
  • atsugi

    Wow, I'm still on this page, back to the future: Happy new year!

    31 déc. 2008 Répondre
  • HigherThanPope

    Thanks for stopping by and listening to our songs. Check out Lou Reed's Berlin album if you've not heard it (I see u have been listening to a lot of Reed). Cheers, HTP

    11 avr. 2008 Répondre
  • AdeltrautMeier

    Hello! I thought maybe you'd like my free music on David Elsener - best regards!

    3 avr. 2008 Répondre
  • HigherThanPope

    Hey! Thanks a lot for adding us as friend. We are fairly new here and would appreciate hearing about any or all chill things about ... like if there are interesting groups to join, etc, etc. Cheers, HTP I am very intrigued by your tastes: I see a classical music discussion underway, Lou Reed's Walk on the Wildside and merde Part 1 and 2. Chill!

    11 fév. 2008 Répondre
  • DrownedWorld

    Thanks for the add. :)

    29 août 2007 Répondre
  • atsugi

    Kubrick hasn't made that many, many movies :) at most you've seen 12 of them, and I've seen them all. But Clockwork Orange and Beethoven is a good example indeed. 2001 is interesting too, because it mostly uses classical music (and Ligeti's pieces) in a sci-fi context and they didn't electronically remix them. You can't beat classical music when you want to awe your audience.

    28 août 2007 Répondre
  • atsugi

    Two very good examples to illustrate what I said below: Kubrick's films from 1968 onward, and a personal favorite, John Boorman's Excalibur, for its use of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana and Wagner's Death of Siegfried from The Ring of the Niebelugen.

    26 août 2007 Répondre
  • atsugi

    Oho, so 1812 was the reason. Yes, I like that overture, I've been listening to it quite much lately but funnily I do it more and more because of the fairly long and quiet beginning, kind of relaxing. It's exaggerated to say it's by far the best example, etc though, many movies artffully combine the imagery and the score.

    26 août 2007 Répondre
  • DrownedWorld

    you have fantastic taste in music..

    22 juin 2007 Répondre
  • pisacane

    AHHH YAy thats so funny. hes so great.

    3 jan. 2007 Répondre
  • pisacane

    oh wow you listen to sebastian clark! how did you hear of him??

    25 déc. 2006 Répondre

À propos de moi

I'm from the L.A. area. I like a lot of different types of music, my cell phone ringtones range from the 1812 to Mickey Avalon. I like exploring LA and taking random pictures of things. I find beauty in ugliness.