Music for the End of the World

This may be a low-frequency blog, but it’s not supposed to be quite this irregular. Beg pardon. Stuff is going on, though. I am working on a major redesign of the site, and will also move it to a proper, fancy domain. Stay tuned.

In the meantime, I offer you some musical entertainment. I have put together a couple of playlists featuring scores from a bunch of well-known disaster films. Unfortunately, won’t let me embed them here in the post, so I can only give you the links.

If you have Spotify, click here.

If you don’t have Spotify, here’s the MixPod version.

Which track is your favorite?

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2 Responses

  1. Happenstance says:

    I adore the opening themes of The Day After Tomorrow, Airport and John Williams’ entries in the list, but if I have to pick only one, it’s Randy Edelman’s Daylight, no hesitation. (If Jerry Goldsmith’s The Swarm was on the list, I might have a debate on my hands. I also get giddy listening to John Cacavas’ themes from Airport 1975 or ’77.)

  2. Crippa says:

    Yes, the Daylight theme is really good, isn’t it? One of my favorites as well. 🙂

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