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Scyther

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Blood and Diamonds Score Question
« on: 26 Feb 2013 - 23:44 »

Hey all,

Just finished watching Di Leo's Blood and Diamonds, and had a quick question regarding Luis Bacalov's score. Does anyone know if this was recycled or a mixture of recycled and new cues? Thought it really added to the film in a big way.

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Blood and Diamonds Score Question
« Reply #1 on: 27 Feb 2013 - 00:30 »

It's a really great score indeed! As far as I know it's an original score composed for this film but it was later "borrowed" for the opening credits of HELL OF THE LIVING DEAD.

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Re: Blood and Diamonds Score Question
« Reply #2 on: 27 Feb 2013 - 23:20 »

It's a really great score indeed! As far as I know it's an original score composed for this film but it was later "borrowed" for the opening credits of HELL OF THE LIVING DEAD.

THAT'S where I heard that little keyboard line before! At first, I thought it was Marcello Giombini's music for Anthropophagus :) They should really try and track down the master tapes for this one and properly release the full score.
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