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recommend me some spine chilling tunes

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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
i downloaded requeim (lord of the rings) and and i thought my jokes were bad from batman dark knight and also wolsey commits suicide/finale from tudors...all blooming amazing and moving instrumentals (think thats the right word!)

any other recommendations for something like these?

thanksi doodle
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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
in the night garden,carie and daves pop shop,the hoobs
1 Like #2
check out the 300 movie tune
#3
raptorcigs
in the night garden,carie and daves pop shop,the hoobs


:p
#4
MarzBarz
check out the 300 movie tune


ok then :thumbsup:
#5
magicbeans;3401670
:p

they **** me up every time they come on
#6
raptorcigs
they **** me up every time they come on


bet perdy loves them though.....! there is that new programe at 5 now... some racing programme forogt what its called...my 5 year old loves it!
1 Like #7
Season song - blue states (off the 28 days later soundtrack)
Instrumental - Rob Dougan (furious angels album)
Knights In White Satin - Moody Blues

plenty more, will post when i think of em
#8
Get X-factor worst auditions, if some of those don't send a "chill" down your spine....................
#9
grex9101
Season song - blue states (off the 28 days later soundtrack)
Instrumental - Rob Dougan (furious angels album)
Knights In White Satin - Moody Blues

plenty more, will post when i think of em


awesome thanks will get on it now

bargain surfer
Get X-factor worst auditions, if some of those don't send a "chill" down your spine....................

haha!!! :p
1 Like #10
tubular bells, Mike Oldfield
#11
magicbeans;3401670
:p


skusey;3401817
tubular bells, Mike Oldfield

where have you been?
1 Like #12
raptorcigs
where have you been?


eh??

thanks skusey but that will scare the cack outta me!

by he way cant rep at mo ...no rep powers at mo. thanks though very appreciated
1 Like #13
skusey
tubular bells, Mike Oldfield


not sure if that was tongue in cheek skusey, but Tubular World from The Songs of Distant Earth is pretty nerve chilling
1 Like #14
omen theme
#15
hugh cornwell nosferatu
lyrics
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]Peelers whistle in the distance
Stand no chance of catching on
Horses gallop never faster
Must get back before the dawn
Slips away into the distance
Cold grip on the carriage arm
Lifeless eyes with no reflection
We may die but he'll go on Nosferatu![/SIZE][/FONT]
1 Like #16
i downloaded requeim (lord of the rings) and and i thought my jokes were bad from batman dark knight and also wolsey commits suicide/finale from tudors...all blooming amazing and moving instrumentals (think thats the right word!)

any other recommendations for something like these?

thanksi doodle

Ooooo MB... you've gone all posh on us hun!! :w00t:

Toodle pip! lol :-D xx
1 Like #17
skusey
tubular bells, Mike Oldfield


This is quite simply one of the best pieces of music ever! Don't mock it - listen to the original piece in quadraphonic stereo - this is magnificent. Great call Skusey.
Also, I'd like to point out Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene - 4 I believe. Again, sublime - just listen to it with eyes closed, turned up loud on a fantastic stereo system - gets the hair up on my neck every time.:roll:
#18
Others that i can think of:

Dayvan Cowboy - Boards of Canada (the campfire headphase)
Les Nuits - Nightmares on Wax (not sure which album)
Svefn V Englar - Sigur Ros (Aegaetis Byrjun)
Inheritance - Talk Talk (spirit of eden)
Finished Symphony - Hybrid (not sure of album again)
A New Flower - Robert Miles (23am) - a hugely underrated album


I appreciate some of these are slightly off-genre for you, but they all certainly have the desired effect for me. If you're having trouble finding, or looking for more of the same sort of stuff, pm me.

Apologies if any of this too eclectic.
1 Like #19
franbo60
This is quite simply one of the best pieces of music ever! Don't mock it - listen to the original piece in quadraphonic stereo - this is magnificent. Great call Skusey.
Also, I'd like to point out Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene - 4 I believe. Again, sublime - just listen to it with eyes closed, turned up loud on a fantastic stereo system - gets the hair up on my neck every time.:roll:


Agreed. Great track.

Oxygene 4 - Quite retro, but up my street. Anything else you can recommend?

Also, totally agree with you about oldfield, he appears to be mocked universally but his work is faultless. I must admit, tubular bells 2 edges it for me. 3 was a disappointment though.
#20
Oh, and:

Music for a nurse - Oceansize (Everyone in Position)
#21
sadiebabes
Ooooo MB... you've gone all posh on us hun!! :w00t:

Toodle pip! lol :-D xx

haha! heck no...its just i finished watching tudors and really got into the piece they played at the finale. also liked the tune in dark knight ....jus like these sorta heavy tunes.... im same ol' guvna!


grex9101
Others that i can think of:

Dayvan Cowboy - Boards of Canada (the campfire headphase)
Les Nuits - Nightmares on Wax (not sure which album)
Svefn V Englar - Sigur Ros (Aegaetis Byrjun)
Inheritance - Talk Talk (spirit of eden)
Finished Symphony - Hybrid (not sure of album again)
A New Flower - Robert Miles (23am) - a hugely underrated album


I appreciate some of these are slightly off-genre for you, but they all certainly have the desired effect for me. If you're having trouble finding, or looking for more of the same sort of stuff, pm me.

Apologies if any of this too eclectic.


thanks ur a star x
#22
Penguin Cafe Orchestra have done some fantasic stuff... can't remember which album I like best.
#23
franbo60
Penguin Cafe Orchestra have done some fantasic stuff... can't remember which album I like best.


What sorta stuff do they play?
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The Penguin Cafe Orchestra was a loose assembly of musicians headed by classically-trained guitarist, composer and arranger Simon Jeffes (Crawley, Sussex, England, 1949-1997). Only Jeffes and cellist co-founder Helen Liebmann were core members; other musicians were drafted for the requirements of particular pieces or performances. Its sound does not fit easy categorization, but has elements of exuberant folk music and a minimalist aesthetic occasionally reminiscent of Philip Glass.

I like "Signs of Life" by Penguin Cafe Orchestra.

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