Have you ever found yourself wanting a metric ton of DAI music? Have you ever thought to yourself, aw man, DAI’s soundtrack was 15 hours shorter than I wanted it to be? If that sounds like you, then this is a link for you.
I’ve ripped all the music from this game - that is, all the ambient snippets of music that you hear while running around in the world, and all the music that happens in cutscenes - and it turns out there’s 16 hours (1.6 gigs) of it.
Wondrous indeed is this rendition of Oasis classic Wonderwall turned in by none other than Los Angeles chanteuse, Zella Day. Her rustic and pastoral cover is included in the soundtrack for a new ABC television series named When We Rise, which I know nothing about, but I’ll surely look up now that I’ve slow swayed to Zella Day’s beautifully crackling tune. Zella Day’s is cozy haunting and snugly melancholic, a thorough transformation from the original.
Imagine how quiet the staff was trying to be. Like, they know that the master’s out and about, but they want to treat this guest all the same so they try to do it without being noticed/discovered/found out.
So they’re all trying to be silent and careful when they’re laying out the dinner or stoking the fire…and then suddenly Cadenza starts playing and they all panic. Not just because the sound completely shatters the silence, but also because they would definitely get found out, and no one told the maestro that they were trying to be quiet, it was just an unspoken agreement.
Meanwhile, this is a normal thing for Cadenza, so he doesn’t see any problem with it, and then he suddenly sees Maurice in the doorway and probably goes through three levels of panic in a matter of seconds before he finally blows out his candles and freezes, hoping that Maurice will just walk away and not come and investigate because he knows how this looks; a self-playing instrument is a staple of the place being haunted and he doesn’t want to scare Maurice away, but at the same time he’s like who is this man and why didn’t they tell me?!
[I’m including the soundtrack because it adds to the mood: X]
Sometime I think about how the music that plays during Poe and Finn’s reunion scene is included on the official soundtrack as being part of the track for the ‘Han and Leia’ theme, versus how Finn and Rey’s reunion on Starkiller Base has what sounds to me like ‘the Force Theme’ playing over it…
On this day in music history: April 6, 1968 - “The Graduate - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” hits #1 on the Billboard Top 200 for 9 weeks (non-consecutive). Produced by Teo Macero, the album serves as the soundtrack for the Mike Nichols film starring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft. It features new and previously released songs by Simon & Garfunkel as well as film score pieces written by Dave Grusin. Many of the previously released songs were originally used as “temporary tracks” chosen by director Mike Nichols, and remain in the film when Paul Simon (who is busy touring with Art Garfunkel at the time) is unable to come up with more new material. Released on CBS Records’ Columbia Masterworks label (reserved for film, Broadway cast, and classical releases that feature a grey label instead of the standard red Columbia label), the soundtrack includes two versions of S&G’s current hit “Mrs. Robinson” featured in the film, though neither is the hit single version which is included on Simon & Garfunkel’s “Bookends” album, which temporarily bumps the soundtrack from the number one spot. “The Graduate” is certified 2x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.
If I were an award-giving body but thank goodness I’m not
ROMANTIC DOCTOR, TEACHER KIM Awards: 1. Best Intro Scene / Opening Credits Award 2. Most Realistic Medical Drama in K-Drama History—Squirting Blood And All Award 3. Best Open-Mouthed Kiss With Epic Background Music Award 4. Most Daring Move Award: Kiss In The First Episode – Kang Dong-Joo + Yoon Seo Jung In The Supplies Room 5. Most Daring Line In Any Drama Award: “I Like you, sunbae. I want to sleep with you.” 6. Most Fast-Paced Drama Every Damn Episode Is Worth It Award 7. Best Wrapped – Up Ending in K-Drama Award 8. Best Squad Walk Scene Award
SCARLET HEART: RYEO Awards: 1. Favorite Fusion Saguek – Fantasy Drama of 2016 Award 2. Freaking Tearjerker Drama of the Year Award 3. Drama With The Most Subbed Versions In K-Drama History Award 4. Best Fandom Award 5. Drama With The Most Close-Up Views Award 6. Drama With The Most Ridiculously Obvious Editing Mistakes But Who Cares Award 7. Drama With The Best Couple “Spot” Award 8. Best Soundtrack Including The Instrumentals Award
GOBLIN Awards: 1. Drama With The Most Slo-Mo Scenes Ever Award 2. Snail Turtle Sloth Award: Story Development 3. Drama With The Most Cars Destroyed Award 4. Unique Plot Awards 5. Breathtaking Cinematography Award
DESCENDANTS OF THE SUN Awards: 1. Drama With The Most Disasters Award 2. Best Unplanned Confession Award 3. Most Military Equipment Being Abused Award
HWARANG: THE BEGINNING Awards: 1. Drama With The Most Beautiful Youth Cast Award 2. Best Shower Scene Award (4-in-1) 3. Most Beautiful King of Fusion Saguek Award: Sam Maek Jong 4. Most DIVIDED Fandom Award 5. Most ‘Eye-candy’ Cast In A Fusion Saguek Drama Award 6. Multi-talented Female Character Award: Kim Ah Ro 7. Fast-Learner Male Character Award: Dog Bird/ Sun Woo 8. Youngest Old Person Character Award: Pa Oh, The Forever 22 9. Best OTP Of The Year Award: Sae Ro (Gae Sae and Ah Ro) 10. Most Kissy Male Lead Ever And We Love It Award: Dog Bird
CHEESE IN THE TRAP Awards: 1. Best Second Male Lead Scene Stealer Award 2. Creepiest Male Lead But He Is Hot AF Award
SECRET GARDEN Award: 1. Most Creative Kiss Award: Kissing Off Froth From SO Lips 2. Longest Kiss In Front Of People In A Party Award: 40 Seconds
“Adorable Crybaby Of The Year Award:” Hwarang: The Beginning (Ah Ro/Go Ara) Another Miss Oh (Oh Hae-Young/Seo Hyun-Jin)
“Most Lovable Villains:” Joseon Gunman (Choi Won-shin/ Yu Oh-Seong) The K2 (Choi Yoo Jin/Song Yoon Ah) Scholar Who Walks The Night (Gwi/Lee Soo-Hyuk)
“Best Office Setting:” She Was Pretty (THE MOST Magazine) The Witch’s Romance (THE TROUBLEMAKER Magazine)
On this day in music history: April 4, 1964 - “Can’t Buy Me Love” by The Beatles hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 5 weeks. Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, it is the third US chart topper for the “Fab Four”. After the UK chart success of “I Want To Hold Your Hand”, which at the time was also rapidly ascending to the top of the American singles charts, the pressure is on to come up with a strong follow up. While The Beatles are in Paris playing a residency at the Olympia Theater in late January of 1964, the band stay at the George V Hotel in the city. Lennon and McCartney have an upright piano moved into the bands suite so they can continue to work on songs during any down time. The idea for what becomes “Can’t Buy Me Love” comes largely from McCartney, writing the music and the bulk of the lyrics. Initially the song is structured with the first verse starting it off. John and Paul decide that it works better beginning with the chorus instead. The basic track is recorded at EMI’s Pathe Marconi Studios, during a session where the band also records German language versions of “She Loves You” and “I Want To Hold Your Hand” for EMI’s subsidiary label Odeon Records. The master take of “Love” is take four with Paul recording his final lead vocals, and George Harrison overdubbing a second and improved guitar solo a month later on February 25, 1964 at Abbey Road Studios in London. Anticipation for the new single is so high that it earns a place in the Guinness World Book Of Records, for the largest advance order for a single record, chalking up advanced sales of over 2.1 million copies. Entering the Hot 100 at #27 on March 28, 1964, it pole vaults to the top the following week. The song is also featured in a memorable sequence in their first film “A Hard Days Night”, released in July of 1964, with the song also being included on the soundtrack album. “Can’t Buy Me Love” is among the most covered of The Beatles’ songs with versions recorded by everyone from Ella Fitzgerald, Henry Mancini, and Count Basie to NRBQ, The Supremes, and Alvin & The Chipmunks. “Can’t Buy Me Love” is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.
So , its been a year….. a year ago I downloaded this game ,i had no idea what to expect
There I found not only a very fun and entertaining game but one of the best fandoms ever
Because of this game i found some of my best friends ever
I have to thank the amazing amino community that came from it
The awesome fanart , amazing fanfics , and the wonderful friends i made because of the game
So thank you so much Cara and Danielle for coming up with this amazing game and thank you everyone who was involved in making the game
That includes the incredible soundtrack , the coding , the backgrounds, everything
Just thank you
I now have awesome friends that i never want to lose , like ash , arin , elsa , kitty , kate , lapi, nate,dusky,ellie , kae ,gem ,kat , jasper , leah, monty, fife ,dylan, ash(there are 2 ) and so many more
I love this fandom and i love you guys
Happy 1 year :3
Donald Glover aka rapper Childish Gambino has recently made it clear that the Childish Gambino “project” may be drawingto a close sooner than later, and here he showcases a completely different side with this new cover of one of Bruno Mars’ most popular tracks “Marry You” which includes no rapping, but only singing. This cover is specifically for the movie Magic Mike XXL and is included in the soundtrack. Childish Gambino showcases his sweet vocals in the backdrop of a more experimental r&b production compared to the original, what do you prefer? Let us know! - Ali
no offense but its 2017 and i have yet to hear of an ari and dante film that includes a soundtrack featuring the entire Blue Neighborhood album and a color scheme consisting of completely soft warm colors