Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Back From The Dead


I move home from the Krankenhaus tomorrow, so it's time to get back to this blogging business. I still feel like shit and my brain is moving like industrial sludge, so my posts over the next few weeks will probably be of the less verbose variety. Maybe just some pretty pictures to viddy, my droogs.

Had to share this (via Fangoria), because it's just so damned cool. How cool? It's Snake Plissken, so it's holding steady on trajectory in the Gullfire and fast approaching Absolute Zero. For my money, there simply
is no cooler badass in SF lore. Incidentally, check out the cover of the latest Fango. Fuck yeah.

This is a five minute clip of the legendary
Alan Howarth performing music from EFNY and Christine just a couple of weeks ago at the Unsound Festival in New York. As the faithful already know, Alan also collaborated with JC on Big Trouble In Little China, Prince Of Darkness and They Live. The sound on this is good, so crank it up and enjoy!



Not enough? Well then, click the quote below for the OST to
Escape From New York in all it's analog glory. It's at 320 and includes scans of all the CD artwork (thanks to the original uploader). Just to sweeten the deal I threw in some nice big poster scans for ya.


12 comments:

  1. Brain: Swear to God Snake, I thought you were dead.
    Snake Plissken: Yeah, you and everybody else...

    Good stuff man, great to see you back, alive and well. Long may it continue...

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  2. Most quotable movie ever!

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  3. Aylmer i love the blog man, take care keep it up!!

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  4. Welcome back, bro!it's good to see ya!

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  5. Welcome back to the land of the living.

    Escape from New York competes with Assault on Precinct 13 for my favorite Carpenter score.

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  6. Great to have you back, man. Take it easy and keep on getting better.

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  7. Hell Yeah!
    Glad to have you back. Hope things are going well.

    Best
    J.

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  8. Swear to God Aylmer, I thought you were dead.

    WELCOME BACK MY FRIEND

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  9. maybe the best film ever made

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  10. Happy you are ok! also Gotta love Snake Plissken.

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