Coming January to Filmtracks: Every month, starting with January,
1997, Filmtracks will have a featured Theme of the Month. These specials
will highlight specific areas of film music and offer expanded information
and reviews. The first Theme of the Month (1/97) will pay tribute to
Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops. The February Theme of the
Month will likely encompass the new Star Wars releases, and review
the history of the trilogy on CD. Be sure to check back every month for a
All FilmTracks listings include a review of the score, production notes,
availability info/worth, and CD cover art. Some listings feature audio
samples (in .ra and .wav formats), pictorials, and standard track
listings (with correct total and track lengths). If you'd like to
contribute to any of the listings, or correct any errors that have
undoubtedly slipped by, let us know.
Academy Awards: Along with the recent history of film music at the Academy Awards, ponder our choices for nominations and winners. This is our chance to play God for a moment, and this is your chance to decide if we're really full of it...
Collector's Corner: Are you addicted to soundtracks? Want to compare your collection to the list of the top fifty collectible scores of all time? This place is for you.
Cool Stuff: If you think we're strange, I recommend staying away from here. Along with reviews of new special releases, take a peek into our obsessed minds as we conjure up our favorite film score memories and discoveries. Also: vote on what you think is cool.
Composer Tributes: Honoring some of the great film score composers of our time with web tributes is the least we can do to support these magnificent composers. Although not in depth as many dedicated sites around the web (in regards to each composer), this is our way of saying "thank you" to composers such as Jerry Goldsmith, John Williams, and James Horner.
Company & Fan Links: Here's a complete collection of links to most of the major companies that produce film scores, and to some of the fan links that keep soundtracks alive on the web.
About This Site: Who the hell are these guys? Were they dropped at birth? Should they be allowed to breed? What did they use to make those graphics? The facts of life are in here...
Christian Clemmensen (modern guy: usually listening to Jurassic Park and
Eric Clemmensen (old fart: usually listening to Laura and To Kill a Mockingbird)