Marty Simon Lexx Sci Fi Movie Series Soundtrack by Colosseum

Marty Simon Lexx Sci Fi Movie Series Soundtrack by Colosseum
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Marty Simon Lexx Sci Fi Movie Series Soundtrack by Colosseum

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Throughout this unique sci-fi television series, the music has been added in a cut-and-paste manner. Occasional new cues are specifically written for an episode, but it's largely a case of tracking cues originally written for the four initial movies. This album is the best of that material, so you are effectively getting the majority of what's been written. It's principally electronic, but unlike the soundscape design on something like Babylon 5, Marty Simon's music is richly melodic and often innovative in working to typically surreal imagery. "Milk Fed Boys" has a Latin sauciness, "Feppo's Party" throws Indian instrumentation together with grinding electric guitar for what was a highly kinky sequence, and "Zev's Shower" is every clichéd naughty musical trick blended together. The ever-changing main title music is to be found mixed in some of the longer cues such as "Cleric Theme". There's the tragedy motif first used in "Kai Collapse"--a cyclic piano phrase similar to John Carpenter's Halloween theme. The few dialogue snippets are only a mild distraction to an otherwise terrific showcase for television music that dares as much as its inspiration. --Paul Tonks

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