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    Thank you, very much appreciated for this wonderful show.

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    WOW! Thanks for this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wdp4ever View Post
    Thanks Amanda. By the way, which one is the decryption key?
    the link is the key. It is niot something I generate or control, it is imbedded in the link. Make sure you are copying the whole thing.

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    Thanks!!
    Complete Score Lossless Wish List
    Avengers:AOU (Tyler/Elfman) CA:Winter Soldier (Jackman) Pacific Rim (Djawadi) Eragon (Doyle)
    Fright Night (Djawadi) Captain America TFA (Silvestri)

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    Thank you

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    first season was pretty good and the music was great thanks amanda. where can i get the track names? I would like to tag the files

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    I have no idea. That is all the info the site provided. 105m5 refers to season 1, episode 5. Beyond that I cannot say for sure.

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    After watching a doc on Investigation Discovery about the californian "Toolbox Murders" and googling about specific details of what those vicious fucking bastards did to those girls in 1979, I promised I'd never want to know anything about serial killers anymore, even if fictional. But Hannibal is an exception. It's very depressing and disturbing, but still worth a watch.

    The soundtrack is exceptional! Thanks, Amanda!!!

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    well by matching cues with scenes we could provide our own names
    most tracks are just entire pieces of episode in between commercials

    also did episodes 1 through 3 not have teasers?
    Last edited by Kadron; 01-13-2014 at 09:20 AM.

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    oh well thanks anyway

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    Thank you so much!

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    Wow, thanks a lot!

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    Thanks Amanda!

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    well of course its creepy its from Brian Reitzell

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    great upload amanda!thank you very much for this one.do you have the score from alcatraz tv series?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kadron View Post
    well by matching cues with scenes we could provide our own names
    most tracks are just entire pieces of episode in between commercials

    also did episodes 1 through 3 not have teasers?
    you have every track that was offered, as it was labeled. I do not know if it is every cue, just that it must be close to every cue, dig?

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    wow Amanda, amazing as always!!!!

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    what“s the password?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amanda View Post
    Anybody like the score to Necessary Roughness? The site has a measly 536 tracks. 127 for Reitzell's work on Boss. 130 some odd for Tyng's Futurama....much to do, much to do
    Futurama if you wouldn't mind.

    Thanks for Hannibal! This is quite a surprise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drhousetapachula View Post
    wow Amanda, amazing as always!!!!

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    what“s the password?

    there is no password. I never pass protect anymore.

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    incredible. very detailed.

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    Thanks so much for this. This will definitely come in handy when I finally get around to watching this show. Hope it's good.
    Complete Score Wishlist:

    James Horner - Romeo & Juliet (Rejected)
    John Williams - Prisoner of Azkaban, The Force Awakens
    Ghost in the Shell - Clint Mansell; The Fall - Krishna Levy; Hulk by Mychael Danna (rejected); 300: Rise Of An Empire by Federico Jusid (rejected)

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    Thank you Amanda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phbart View Post
    After watching a doc on Investigation Discovery about the californian "Toolbox Murders" and googling about specific details of what those vicious fucking bastards did to those girls in 1979, I promised I'd never want to know anything about serial killers anymore, even if fictional. But Hannibal is an exception. It's very depressing and disturbing, but still worth a watch.
    When it comes to death we can't help but watch. Here's a further depressing note: there's about 5000 years of recorded human history - from Sumeria to the present day- and in those 5000 years only 500 years have been free of war. Not free from murder, killing or other forms of lethal conflict, just free from war. And those 500 years weren't back to back, they are scattered throughout the 5000.

    So humans have spent 90 percent of our history - recorded that is - killing one another on a grand scale. No wonder death fascinates us as a species:

    It's the one thing we truly excel at.

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    This is fantastic. I was hoping this score would get leaked or released in some fashion. As a huge fan of Thomas Harris and the Lecter books, this is greatly appreciated.

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    Thanks so much! Looks like a lot of work went into this. Super excited to give it a listen. Loved the show, when I finally watched it on blu last year!

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