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otto bahn
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Icon 4 posted 06 August 2003 11:40 AM      Profile for otto bahn     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
I recently checked out some mp3s by the Ohio band Midnight Syndicate. They specialize in "soundtracks of the imagination" and later this month (12 Aug 2003) they are releasing an authorized Dungeons & Dragons "roleplaying soundtrack."

I posted some thoughts on it on another forum on the Nocturnal Movements board here:;f=21;t=000011

I would LOVE to hear some remixes of Midnight Syndicate!!! The band's sound is so expansive and theatrical. Hearing that in a nightclub environment with some beats wrapped around it would be a memorable experience.

Have you heard Midnight Syndicate? In the Nursery? Jarre? Vangelis? Do you like any of them? Hate 'em all? Do you like hearing remixes of your fave bands? What about D&D or Stormtroopers? What's up?


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"...dark, brooding rhythms and chord progressions that recreate the sounds of the late 70’s/early 80’s underground alternative of London." – |shoegazer|
"...recalls the mid-tempo melodiousness of the Catherine Wheel." – The Los Angeles Times

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