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Man on the Moon Soundtrack (w/ Edgar Wright)

July Diaz's Photo July Diaz 12 Jun 2018

Filmmaker Edgar Wright (Baby Driver) joins Adam Scott Aukerman to discuss the soundtrack to the 1999 film Man on the Moon. Edgar talks about the decision to put R.E.M.’s “New Orleans Instrumental No. 1” in Baby Driver, what he thinks makes for good music in movies and films, and what makes a good soundtrack. Plus, stick around for Oscar winning composer Steven Price’s version of “New Orleans Instrumental No. 1.”
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LORDWIZARD's Photo LORDWIZARD 13 Jun 2018



He's not kidding, really incredible performance to watch.
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Kickpuncher's Photo Kickpuncher 16 Jun 2018

Oh What's This, U Talkin' Oasis 2 Me?
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NameThatPunky's Photo NameThatPunky 18 Jun 2018

That episode of Not On My Show killed me.
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Stipewad's Photo Stipewad 20 Jun 2018

Adam Scott Aukermen should cover Blur's discography next. There's no other way to go. Think Tank about it!
Best Blur song: Beatlebum
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pepperjack's Photo pepperjack 21 Jun 2018

View PostStipewad, on 20 June 2018 - 10:02 AM, said:

Adam Scott Aukermen should cover Blur's discography next. There's no other way to go. Think Tank about it!
Best Blur song: Beatlebum


I'm a Trimm Trabb/Self Titled guy, personally.

Honorable mention Coffee and TV.
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Stipewad's Photo Stipewad 22 Jun 2018

Yes - I love Coffee and TV - "seen so much I'm going blind and I'm brain dead virtually." Graham Coxon's "The Sky is Too High" came out around that time too and was probably his best solo album.

Also - sort of an obscure Beside that I only stumbled across on youtube is "Fool's Day" - once that's in my head, it takes days of real work to get it out. The guitar lick is... like jelly.
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