Soundcast (Ep.89) - The Soundcast Six Vol. 2

Episode 89 - The Soundcast Six Vol. 2

Erik Woods (Cinematic Sound Radio, Kristen Romanelli (Film Score Monthly Online) and Christopher Coleman return to tackle six hot-topics from the world of soundtracks.  In volume 2, they talk about: John Williams internet "May the 4th be with You" greeting, the fall-out from the false revelation of Junkie XL (Tom Holkenborg) as "Godzilla: King of Monsters" composer, Junkie XL's recent Youtube video commenting on the disappearance of the "film theme," no CD release for "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2's" original score, the news and speculation of Joe Johnston helming the next Narnia film and Robert Zemeckis joining "The Flash," and finally a discussion of the amazing reveal in M. Night Shyamalan's "Split."

Episode Highlights

00:00 - May the 4th Be with You
02:40 - #1 - May the 4th be with You, John Williams
13:36 - #2 - Godzilla: King of Monster Mistakes
24:11 - #3 - Junkie XL - Where are the themes?
31:54 - #4 - No-CD-Time, A-Holes
47:02 - #5 - Narnia and The Flash
57:17 - #6 - Split

Music Selections

00:00 - "Augies Great Municipal Band" - (The Best of Star Wars) by Interglactic Symphony Orchestra
00:07 - "Force" - (Star Wars Head Space) by Troyboi
13:17 - "Godzilla's Victory" (Godzilla) by Alexandre Desplat
23:18 - "Capture the Flag" (Divergent) by Junkie XL
31:37 - "Showtime, A-Holes" (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) by Tyler Bates
46:29 - "Only the Beginning of the Adventure" (Narnia:  The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe) by Harry Gregson-Williams
59:32 - "Visions" (Unbreakable) by James Newton Howard
61:58 - "Visions" (Unbreakable) by James Newton Howard
64:40 - "Force" - (Star Wars Head Space) by Troyboi


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The official podcast of Tracksounds.com, The SoundCast is hosted by Christopher Coleman and features reviews and discussions centered around film, TV, and video game soundtracks. Special edition episodes include interviews with composers and other industry professionals.

The Soundcast Stereo is co-hosted by Christopher Coleman and Erik Woods (Cinematic Sound Radio).  Each episode is a 30 minute (ish), two channel conversation about the world of film, television, and video game music.