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PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 2:58 pm
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Just released "No Escape for the Villainous" by TW Cory - http://www.wargamevault.com/product_inf ... _id=136550

No Escape for the Villainous
Copyright 2009 TW Cory Music Publishing (ASCAP). All Rights Reserved!
Song Length = 4:10
Audio = Stereo MP3
Sample Rate = 44,100 Samples/Second
Bit Rate = 192 Bits/Second

No Escape for the Villainous is the third ?single? from Pulp City ? The Soundtrack (August 18, 2009, Bailey Records) which is a collaborative effort by TW Cory (aka Capt. Futura) and Stratos and features themes, cues, and compositions highlighting the various locations and factions found within the fantastic world of Pulp City.

In Pulp City our heroes never rest, ??So much for holidays?, Iron Train grunted and handed a fistful of dollars to the car wash guy who was cleaning the bolts on his left thigh. ?the man in iron armor slowly gained momentum and sped down Sunset Blvd.? This excerpt from the Pulp City Player?s Guide and Iron Train?s faction, Heavy Metal, was the inspiration for this iron crunching action sequence track. Iron Train and the other Supremes of Pulp City are always ready to jump into action to stop evil, there is? No Escape For The Villainous? in Pulp City.

Visit http://www.pulp-city.com for more details.

No Escape for the Villainous is part of the Amazing Universe catalog (superheroic / pulp action music) from Bailey Records Composition and Sound Design. Additional Amazing Universe catalog songs include the Amazing Universe ? The Superheroic Music EP (Bailey Records, August 15, 2006).

As a bonus, Pulp City - The Soundtrack will also fully compatible and authorized by Green Ronin's Mutant & Masterminds superhero roleplaying game under the Superlink OGL.

Be sure to click the Full Preview link below to visit TW Cory?s Acidplanet profile where you'll find a full-length WMA version of this song.

Theme ? An action song for the Heavy Metal Supremes.

No Escape from the Villainous is composed and arranged by TW Cory of Bailey Records Composition and Sound Design - the team that brought you the Origins Award-nominated Universe87 Campaign Setting Soundtrack (Bailey Records, July 19, 2005).



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 4:24 pm
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I like this one more than the others :)



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 4:32 pm
User avatarHeraldPosts: 937Location: Burlington, Vermont, USAJoined: Sat Oct 04, 2008 4:55 pm
Nice track. Keep up the good work!



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 7:15 pm
User avatarMinister of PulpPosts: 2027Location: Street FightingJoined: Thu Aug 02, 2007 5:13 pm
Yeah, this one rocks!

@John: The new Mastodon album is really really good, I'm not that fond of the older stuff but this one is excellent imo.



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 7:30 pm
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Thanks for the kind words guys.

And thanks to TMP for running the press release - http://theminiaturespage.com/news/26078/

And the Dane of War - http://www.daneofwar.com/2009/06/no-esc ... -cory.html

And the Gaming Report -
http://www.gamingreport.com/article.php ... e=&order=0

- Stratos



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 7:40 pm
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Morf wrote:
Yeah, this one rocks!

@John: The new Mastodon album is really really good, I'm not that fond of the older stuff but this one is excellent imo.


I was really really disappointed by the choices they made. To me they lost pretty much everything that made them kickass on their first 2 debut albums, the angry and very aggressive vocals, the killer-riff instinct, the over precise powerchords...
But most of all, O'Brien should go back to producing Bruce Springsteen and Aerosmith and stick to it (I like them too, but not for the same reasons), though I gotta confess he made a kickass job on ACDC's Black Ice, but here, it is simply terrible (imo), the sound is completely squashed up and doesn't have the power to expend and violently kick your as*

In the end, I'm not saying Crack the Skye is a bad album, but it is not the album I expected. I will happily give in the neverending debate about what to think of a band evolution, and I'm on the side of those who say "Motorhead, ACDC, Slayer, Napalm Death and others have been playing the same f*cking music for 30 years and we love them for that. Motorhead never bothered with evolution or change, they're Motorhead, and they play rock n'roll, period.
Change never really worked, at least in metal, the obvious example being Metallica.

So yeah, Crack the Skye... why not after all, but I really like Blood MOuntain and Leviathan much better... and they're gonna rock this summer at the Wechter festival ;)



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 4:03 pm
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I actually really like Crack the Skye, but I also like Leviathan just about as much. I do hear a difference, but it still feels like the same band...to me. I wish I could go see them again. I saw them open for Slayer several years ago, which is what got me to listen to them in the first place.

I also respect bands like Slayer who still play (almost) the same music for 30 years. Slayer, one of my favorite bands ever, changed their sound just a bit with Spiritual Intervention and have yet to return to the awesomeness that was Reign in Blood, though they are still kick-as*. This is all IMHO, of course.



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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 2:05 am
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That's pretty damn solid! What were the other two songs you did? *goes to check the forum*


I'd love to see one for the Forsaken. Long hard notes, signifying eternal life without purpose, only to be reawakened to vengence and anger.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 2:10 am
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Seen Slayer last year at Hellfest, after Motorhead and Morbid, and the least I can say was that it was bad. Not because of them, but the sound was terrible, and that's a bit of a shame with a music as technical as theirs. Though I still enjoy their CDs, it was a huge disappointment, and I really wish I could see them again under better circumstances.
As for Crack the Skye itself, my guess is that it will become Mastodon's Black Album : a much quieter, or will I dare to say mainstream (compared to the previous ones) piece of work, that can leave the die-hard fan a bit uneasy, but also, and that is maybe the most important point, will open their music to an ever increasing number or fans, and not only the "hard and strong" side of the pit.
I just hope it won't be like the black album, followed by a truckload of... well... you get my point :mrgreen:



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John S.'painting completion:
Dr Red 26%
Dr Mercury 100%
Seabolt 12%
Dr Tenebrous 100%
C.O.R.E. 100%

Pulp City collection (84,21% painted):
32* Supremes out of 38**
*incl. alt. Gentleman
**incl. Herald
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:27 am
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Devilsquid wrote:
That's pretty damn solid! What were the other two songs you did? *goes to check the forum*


I'd love to see one for the Forsaken. Long hard notes, signifying eternal life without purpose, only to be reawakened to vengence and anger.


Thanks Devilsquid! All three songs can be heard at http://www.myspace.com/pulpcitymusic

Also, I was recently interviewed in my local newspaper and gave a shout out to the Pulp City soundtrack. Read about it here - http://www.thisweeknews.com/live/conten ... ml?sid=104



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