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9 thoughts on “ Empty Rooms - Tim DeLaughter And The Polyphonic Spree - Thumbsucker: Original Score

  1. The Greatest Game Ever Played [Original Score] Brian Tyler: Executive in Charge of Music: The Life Aquatic Studio Sessions: Seu Jorge: Executive in Charge of Music: Thumbsucker: Tim DeLaughter / The Polyphonic Spree.
  2. Buy Thumbsucker [Score] (CD) by The Polyphonic Spree (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  3. The score for the film was penned by Tim DeLaughter of The Polyphonic Spree, and the band's entire vocal ensemble appears on many of the songs. After seeing the Spree play live, director Mike Mills was inspired to carry on through some hard times he was experiencing during the editing process.
  4. The score to Thumbsucker was written by The Polyphonic Spree s Tim DeLaughter and recorded with members of the band. The Polyphonic Spree is like no other group, their music is happy and uplifting and manages to make the audience feel as involved with the music as the band members/5(2).
  5. Smith was to be to Thumbsucker what Cat Stevens was to Harold & Maude: the sole songwriter to propel the film forward with folk-based pop songs. Mills showed him an early cut, and Smith began working on music, even covering Stevens' "Trouble." After Smith's death in , Mills ended up working with Tim DeLaughter and his band The Polyphonic folk.tygojaskazizilzushura.infoinfo: Josh Modell.
  6. Originally envisioned as an Elliott Smith covers project, Thumbsucker director Mike Mills' soundtrack was thrown into disarray by the sudden death of Smith in Tim DeLaughter and his band of musical misfits The Polyphonic Spree have ably filled the void left by the demise of the Heatmiser miserablist, taking to the task with gusto.4/5(15).
  7. Oct 17,  · From Roller Disco to Dope Smokers: Settling the Scores That partnership was found in The Polyphonic Spree's Tim DeLaughter. with bits of Dickon Hinchcliffe's original score 8/
  8. DeLaughter's songs are moody and kaleidoscopic, filled with swirling melodies and soothing vocals. The Spree's choir backs him on the majority of the album and the horn, flute and most string passages feature various Spree players. The only track to feature the entire member Polyphonic Spree is "The Call.
  9. He hooked up with Tim DeLaughter and various members of his Polyphonic Spree, who composed and recorded an original score. The Spree's large, nearly chanted chorus vocals, which never stray far from the gentle pop psychedelic musical soundscapes, complement the film perfectly and add to its endearingly wonderful narrative, but also make a powerful emotional statement on their own as an 8/

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