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    Quote Originally Posted by trollmanen View Post
    I'm not usually that big of a fan of his stuff without TR, but I've been listening to these a lot over the past few months.
    I think "Occasionally Scared" rivals some of their recent score work.

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    Invada in the UK now have these up for ordering.

    https://www.invada.co.uk/collections...n-vinyl-bundle

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul_guyet View Post
    I think "Occasionally Scared" rivals some of their recent score work.
    i just listened and that was pretty much perfect lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascender View Post
    Invada in the UK now have these up for ordering.

    https://www.invada.co.uk/collections...n-vinyl-bundle
    What are the chances this gets a US release soon? I'm happy to drop the money to ship it here, but I'll wait if there's a chance I can get it for like $30 less by waiting for a US release.

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    okay after few listens this score is amazing!! the first disk has some really interesting and banging tracks and the second one is full of emotions

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    There was this exhibit by Chul Hyun Ahn I visited. The artist makes infinite light installations. I had Dispatches from Elsewhere playing through my headphones while gazing into bottomless voids decorated with these orbs and ribbons of light that went on forever! I still sigh thinking about it. This score is breathtaking. I highly recommend listening to music by them at art museums (as long as its plugged into earbuds or head phones).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serene Nymph View Post
    I highly recommend listening to music by them at art museums (as long as its plugged into earbuds or head phones).

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    I should probably start a thread on secret societies and/or alternate reality games. Considering how epic YZ is with the ARG combined, and now Dispatches, I'm surprised there isn't a thread for it (unless there is?).

    I mean how awesome would it be to be a part of one of those games? Or create one? Hopefully the feeling's mutual.
    Last edited by Serene Nymph; 03-13-2021 at 04:16 PM.

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    SUPER late to this score but deary-me, this is incredible! At least so far into the "Jejune Institute" one.

    Very, VERY, Cristobal Tapia de Veer

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    Invada -- the Lakeshore Records it's okay to support -- did a really nice job on the vinyl pressing of this. Simplistic yet tasteful presentation and dead quiet sound. I'm a fan of everything Atticus and Leopold have done score-wise, but this one might rival The Book of Eli or Earthquake Bird as my favorite one yet. I found the show to be pretty meh, but the score work here is top-shelf..

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