Undertones

Overtones and Undertones: Reading Film Music  

Posted by AlenMiler at Oct. 29, 2014
Overtones and Undertones: Reading Film Music

Overtones and Undertones: Reading Film Music by Royal S. Brown
University of California Press | October 18, 1994 | English | ISBN: 0520085442 | 396 pages | PDF | 4 MB

Since the days of silent films, music has been integral to the cinematic experience, serving, variously, to allay audiences' fears of the dark and to heighten a film's emotional impact. Yet viewers are often unaware of its presence. In this bold, insightful book, film and music scholar and critic Royal S. Brown invites readers not only to "hear" the film score, but to understand it in relation to what they "see."
The Undertones - Teenage Kicks: The Story Of The Undertones (2003) [DVD9]

The Undertones - Teenage Kicks: The Story Of The Undertones (2003)
DVD9 | PAL 16:9A (720x576) VBR | Dolby Digital Stereo 224 kbps | ENG Subtitles | 7,81 GB
Sanctuary Visual Entertainment | ~ 131:20 minutes | Covers: No | FP & UL - 5% RAR Recovery

BBC Radio legend John Peel has long cited The Undertones "Teenage Kicks" as his favorite song of all time. In this documentary, Peel takes a trip to Derry in Northern Ireland, tracing the history and evolution of the city by drawing on the influences, upbringings, and ultimate successes of The Undertones. Teenage Kicks on disc includes 45 minutes of additional interviews, along with exclusive live footage, photo gallery of rare memorabilia & archive images plus reunion footage from 1999 and beyond. Like a lot of the material included in the main feature, the extra interview footage is only likely to appeal to die-hard fans. Seven promos (restored and mixed in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound) are also featured, including the recently discovered video for "There Goes Norman".

The Undertones - An Anthology (2CD, 2008) RE-UPPED  

Posted by Shar'EmAll at April 3, 2012
The Undertones - An Anthology (2CD, 2008) RE-UPPED

The Undertones - An Anthology (2CD, 2008)
EAC | FLAC+CUE+LOG > 945 MB | Covers | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps > 345 MB

Titled "Undertones: An Anthology", the set stands out from all other Undertones "best of" compilations for one reason, the second CD that is included in this set. It compiles 27 previously unreleased demos, rare unheard recordings, and live tracks. Disc one compiles a 29 song set of songs from the bands career. This includes a large majority of songs from the bands first two albums (Undertones (1979), and Hypnotized (1980)). It also includes a few selections from the bands later albums, which veered from their original sound. Keep it near the top of your CD pile, and treat yourself to teenage kicks right through your life.
The Undertones - S/T (1979/2009) [Remastered and Expanded] [RE-UP]

The Undertones - S/T (1979/2009) [Remastered and Expanded] [RE-UP]
Year & Label; 1979/2009 Salvo Records | CD#: SALVOCD017
Power-Rock/Punk-Rock | FLAC-5 image | Mp3 @320 CBR (tracks) | Artwork (JPG) | 5% WinRAR Recovery
File-sizes: FLAC ~ 479 MB | Mp3 ~ 158 MB | Artwork ~ 112 MB | DATA ~52 MB
EAC Secure-rip with LOG+CUE+COVERS | Source: My CD-collection | File-hosts: FSo - MU - FSe - FF

2009 Deluxe Edition of the Irish Punk band's brilliant debut album, released to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the original album's release. This excellent reissue features the original 14 track album plus an additional 17 audio tracks (b-sides, radio sessions) and an enhanced video for 'Teenage Kicks'. The Undertones debut release - and particularly 'Teenage Kicks' - has long been regarded as one of the purest expressions of teenage Punk Pop. As bassist Michael Bradley says there was 'No plot, no theme, no parodies of any genre'. The Undertones 1979 debut is an off-the-cuff collection from five Derry kids with nothing to lose.
The Undertones - True Confessions (Singles = A's + B's) (1999) (Lossless)

The Undertones - True Confessions (Singles = A's + B's) (1999) (Lossless)
EAC | FLAC IMG,CUE+LOG = 552MB | [email protected] = 210MB | 400 dpi Scans
Punk-Pop | Label: Castle Music - ESDCD 788 | FSo/FSe

White Island (2016)  Video

Posted by Without at Oct. 24, 2016
White Island (2016)

White Island (2016)
HDRip | AVI | 640x272 | [email protected] Kbps | English [email protected] Kbps | 2 channels | 1h 30mn | 700 MB
Genre: Comedy

Comic thriller with dark undertones and a big heart, set on the island of Ibiza. When Connor's best friend becomes innocently embroiled in the plans of a gang in Ibiza, he is the only one who can help him, but it means returning to the island he has been avoiding since things for him became complicated. Once back, Connor is reunited with Leo, his former boss and mentor, only thing is, Leo is trying to kill himself. Amongst the mayhem of the party island , underwater drops and a gorgeous diving instructor, Connor's journey teaches Leo that every day is precious and Connor that his life in London is not as perfect as it seems and that if he deals with his past, there is only one place he'll ever be truly happy…Ibiza.

David Arkenstone - Beneath a Darkening Sky (2016)  Music

Posted by varrock at July 16, 2016
David Arkenstone - Beneath a Darkening Sky (2016)

David Arkenstone - Beneath a Darkening Sky (2016)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | Tracks: 7 | 58:30min | 138 Mb
Style: New Age, Ambient | Label: QDV Recordings

David Arkenstone has reached a new creative landmark in his music with Beneath A Darkening Sky, a densely layered and richly textured visual work of haunting mystery, subtle dread, and ghostly gothic undertones. Opening up his musical toolbox to a degree seldom seen in his many past recordings, Arkenstone creates cinematic soundscapes that combine the eerie elements of dark ambient with more overt melodicism featuring a wide palette of instruments and influences. All of these elements are woven into something truly special, even by this landmark artist's standards. By turns powerful and dramatic (e.g. accented by Gregorian-like chorals, tribal percussion, and orchestral swells) or formless, shifting currents of minor-key swaths of melody, Arkenstone sprinkles his assorted influences like a master painter applying color after color in crafting a masterpiece of startling images: Nordic, Celtic, gothic classical, ambient, new age, and cinema soundtrack are just some of what Arkenstone taps into, while merging them all into what is uniquely David Arkenstone. Production values, as they are on all this artist's recordings, are sky high. Headphones in a dark room will make this music come alive in vibrant and exciting fashion.

Soundiron Noah Bells KONTAKT  Software

Posted by Dizel_ at June 18, 2016
Soundiron Noah Bells KONTAKT

Soundiron Noah Bells KONTAKT | 1.6 Gb

The Noah Bells tuned percussion library is a deeply sampled collection of 21 authentic Indian Khadki bells in a ascending range of sizes and pitches, from resonant deep notes to brittle high notes. These hand-crafted bells are smelted from simple mixtures of copper and other metals, producing a golden or bronze hue. They range in size from over two feet to less than an inch in diameter, with carved wooden clappers. They have a dark, raspy tone with heavy low and mid-range body, variable sustain and complex overtones and undertones.

SoundMorph Tension WAV  Software

Posted by orientazure at June 6, 2016
SoundMorph Tension WAV

SoundMorph Tension WAV | 4.25 Gb

Tension is a collection of atomospheres, drones, musical sound design, darkness, noise, and distortion for creating moments of anxiety, omninous soundscapes, or musical foreboding highlights. Created by Charles Maynes (sound designer) and Jason Payne (musical composer) Tension creates a balance where both sound design and musical undertones collide. Tension features 430+ sounds and 7.5GB of 24bit/96khz files, all meticulously embedded with Soundminer & Basehead metadata.
BBC - Climbed Every Mountain: The Story Behind The Sound of Music (2012)

BBC - Climbed Every Mountain: The Story Behind The Sound of Music (2012)
PDTV | 1280 x 720 | .MKV/AVC @ 4000 Kbps | 58mn 58s | 1.71 GB
Audio: English AAC 160 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: English
Genre: Documentary

The Sound of Music is one of the most enduringly popular films ever made, yet behind it lies an even more astonishing family story. Sue Perkins travels to Salzburg, Ellis Island and Vermont to discover how the family made a living in America as the Trapp Family Singers and they eventually bought an estate in Vermont which looks uncannily like Austria. She also discovers that the ultimate feel good story has dark undertones, is disliked by Austrians, and witnesses the first ever performance of the musical in Salzburg itself.