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Ellis

by Bombardier

Film score for the featured-length independent horror film, "Plasterhead."
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Mountain Cabin
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2. Basement Prisoner
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3. Small Town Gas Station
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4. Abandoned House
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5. Short Wave Radio
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6. Missing Person
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7. Diner
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8. Nightfall
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9. Lair
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10. Torture
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11. Frantic Hiding
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12. Bullet Wound
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13. Last Attack
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14. Wounded Escape
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15. Dawn (Car Impact)
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16. End Credits
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is Jason Snell's musical premiere to the world of film, writing and performing the score for "Plasterhead," a feature-length independent. This release, named after the town where the film is set, contains eerie atmospheres, experimental percussion, and dialog reduced to its pure tones. The directors wanted no recognizable insturments in the score, so traditional instruments were played in innovative ways and through a thick layer of analog effects.


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