TGB Episode 57: Music By Your Favorites (Guest: Allison Loring)
by Tim Buel
April 20, 2011
On this week's episode of The Golden Briefcase, Tim & Jeremy are joined by guest Allison Loring from Gordon and the Whale to go over their Picks of the Week, the newest in DVD & Blu-Rays, new trailers for Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Jim Mickle's Stake Land, hear Jeremy's guilty pleasure for Swordfish and much more! The main topic of the night was established artists taking on film soundtracks, in honor of recent soundtracks by the Chemical Brothers, Daft Punk, Trent Reznor and others. The group talks through some of the most memorable bands & artists that have done soundtracks, plus their hopes for future work.
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Allison Loring: @allisonloring
Picks of the Week:
Pick of the Week: 8:48
New Releases: 20:15
Trailer Watch: Rise of the Planet of the Apes: 32:21
Trailer Watch: Stake Land: 42:28
Guilty Pleasure: Swordfish: 47:00
Main Topic: Established Artists Doing Soundtracks: 51:10
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Reader Feedback - 3 Comments
Awesome episode guys...waaay off topic but the levity just made my day. Thanks for that:) Glad you brought up Swordfish and I feel the same way. But major props for "Halley's Berries", now that's the on the spot brilliance that keeps me coming back! While TRON: Legacy was awesome the reconfigured album give some more life to some of the tracks that didn't feel Daft Punky enough...despite them not doing any of the remixes:P
Anonymous on Apr 20, 2011
The RZA needs to do more soundtracks. He is undeniably good (As well as Mos Def/Outkast/Lupe Fiasco).
DAVIDPD on Apr 21, 2011
UNKLE & Massive Attack
Ivan on Apr 23, 2011
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