I know it's pervy and a bit of filth, but I love the lyrics to that song and just the way it washes over you and you have to sing every line and get really in the dramatic mood with it. Does that make any sense??
Post by Sailor Earth on Jan 28, 2006 20:54:14 GMT -5
THe Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe - soundtrack The Best of Saint-Saens (he's the guy who composed Danse Macabre - a variation of it is used for the theme of Jonathan Creek)
Post by Sailor Earth on Jan 28, 2006 21:32:36 GMT -5
Do let me know what it's like Sails, I love the Jonathon Creek version of the Danse Macabre.
It's very different, but the part they use as the theme is still in it... But hey I love that sort of music anyway, and it was $9, so that's not too bad
I kept forgetting what his name was, heh! Then I caught it in the end credits of an episode of JC I watched on Thursday, so on Friday when I went to JB Hi-Fi, I remembered to look for it, and that's where I found the CD... (rah rah rah, life story, rah rah rah, LOL!)
Post by Sailor Earth on Feb 11, 2006 22:21:41 GMT -5
The Lion King/The Lion King II (soundtracks) The Essential Clash The Queen Is Dead - The Smiths
Did pretty well out of these as well, all at good prices, hehe... Plus I've been trying to find a CD copy of the "original" Lion King soundtrack for ages so I didn't mind getting the sequel with it, it was only $15 for both (2 disc set thing)...