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PostPosted: Fri May 13, 2011 1:13 am
by Diogo Andrade
We can hear lisa's voice on:

Blood Framed Hell
Never One For Love
The Vampire Train
Fanfare for a Resurrected Priest
A World Without End

Nothing great. There is no a "key track" that people will ask what is the name of the song or who is the singer. Just vocalizations (yes, we already knew). Lisa's voice it's a quite different on this movie (like Lisbeth Scott's voice). I expected something like "Salem’s Lot Aria", but unfortunately it was not.

PostPosted: Fri May 13, 2011 5:40 am
by kc28kenneth
Diogo Andrade wrote:We can hear lisa's voice on:

Blood Framed Hell
Never One For Love
The Vampire Train
Fanfare for a Resurrected Priest
A World Without End

Nothing great. There is no a "key track" that people will ask what is the name of the song or who is the singer. Just vocalizations (yes, we already knew). Lisa's voice it's a quite different on this movie (like Lisbeth Scott's voice). I expected something like "Salem’s Lot Aria", but unfortunately it was not.


Thanks. I'm still waiting to receive the CD, so I can't give my own opinion just yet. But from the samples I've listened to, I think I'll like it, despite Lisa's contribution being perhaps minimal.

I will give my own opinion when I receive the CD.

PostPosted: Fri May 13, 2011 10:39 am
by Diogo Andrade
kc28kenneth wrote:Thanks. I'm still waiting to receive the CD, so I can't give my own opinion just yet. But from the samples I've listened to, I think I'll like it, despite Lisa's contribution being perhaps minimal.

I will give my own opinion when I receive the CD.


Yes, it's a good score, despite of minimal Lisa's contribution.
But.... :(

PostPosted: Fri May 20, 2011 3:15 pm
by kc28kenneth
Received the CD today. Love it...however:

If you are into vampirish classical soundracks, you'll love it, BUT if you're buying it only for Lisa Gerrard's singing, you will be disappointed.

Lisa's contribution is VERY minimal - in fact she is not even credited anywhere on the CD.