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Soundtrack, May 18th 2015

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This is the soundtrack to one of my favorite films of the 2013, “The Tale Of Princess Kaguya” is a rare thing of beauty.

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I have been a Pink Floyd fan for about 15 years or so, but somehow, I missed this gem. If you liked “The Wall”, this is for you. There are some damn beautiful ballads on this record.

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This film was great in so many ways, if you want to know what I think about it, look for my review. One of the reasons I loved Mad Max: Fury road has to do with the soundtrack. It’s been a while since I felt that a score so perfectly fit the mood of each and every scene in a film. This score does just that.

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Mr. Kensrue does it again with “Carry The Fire”. Ironically, the film “Mad Max: Fury Road” made me think of this album a lot. It becomes obvious in the film that humanity has lost something vital, something essential. Dustin beautifully illustrates those “somethings” on his latest release. It’s great. Get it.

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  • Brian Boozier

    Not entirely sure but could “Carry the Fire” be inspired by the
    metaphor used in Cormac McCarthy’s The Road… but of course Holy Spirit
    clarified…?

    “You have to carry the fire.”
    I don’t know how to.”
    Yes, you do.”
    Is the fire real? The fire?”
    Yes it is.”
    Where is it? I don’t know where it is.”
    Yes you do. It’s inside you. It always was there. I can see it.”

    And is Mad Max similarly toned?

  • KadoRestavek

    Not entirely sure but could “Carry the Fire” be inspired by the
    metaphor used in Cormac McCarthy’s The Road… but of course Holy Spirit
    clarified…?

    “You have to carry the fire.”
    I don’t know how to.”
    Yes, you do.”
    Is the fire real? The fire?”
    Yes it is.”
    Where is it? I don’t know where it is.”
    Yes you do. It’s inside you. It always was there. I can see it.”

    And is Mad Max similarly toned?