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In The Wind - Cinema (26) - Universal Language (CD, Album)

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  2. Wind soundtrack from , composed by Basil Poledouris. Released by For Life in (FLCF) containing music from Wind ().
  3. Apr 05,  · With The Wind, Emma Tammi creates a piece of surprisingly intimate, female-oriented historical horror. There are no jump scares; it opts instead for a tense, pervasive sense of dread that 82%(66).
  4. It evokes a modernized blaxploitation sound from 70's cinema, yet has its own distinctive sound. Adrian Younge's and Ali Shaheed Muhammad's work is superior that what's come before because of the tighter orchestral/hip-hop blend added to the old school, soulful sound. This really elevates, not only the album, but the series as whole/5(29).
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  6. KungFuCutBug Dust in the Wind from the hottest ovens in Hell Relationship Status: All is for my lord. WilliamRadarStorm "Back to album covers as avatars." - Totes. from The passenger's seat of Dali's Car. AM. Mars Needs Women.
  7. Wind-up Records was formed in by Alan Meltzer, former owner of CD One Stop, and his wife Diana Meltzer, following their purchase of Grass Records. [1] [2] Wind-up at one point was the largest independently owned record label in the world.
  8. "The Wind," an impressive horror/western hybrid, is the kind of artful genre movie that some filmgoers think simply doesn't get made arcycgiadotihardrimagoldtiphaaver.co's a modestly-scaled character study about Lizzy (Caitlin Gerard), a resourceful, alienated frontierswoman who—living in a desolate cabin in the middle of an undisclosed part of 19th century America—slowly loses her grip on reality.

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