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Matchbox's new DVD - PUSH

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Great movie. Great soundtrack. Perfect prescription for Ski Fever. Have a question to anybody who knows about the vid. I'm looking for the title of an audio track in between "When the Lights go out" by Black Keys and "take me to the hospital" They do not mention this instrumental song in the credits. Does anybody know the song name or anything about it. I want to get it on my iPod for skiing. Thanks. Also I wouldn't mind starting a thread where we can discuss some of the sick skiing in the movie.
post #2 of 18
I really liked Matchstick Production (MSP) movie Push this year.

You could try looking around their site for that info.


http://www.skimovie.com/

post #3 of 18
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I really liked Matchstick Production (MSP) movie Push this year.
LOL!!

Right up there with those Warren Mitchell movies!!
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post #5 of 18
hmmmm time to watch it for the 100th time...
post #6 of 18
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HA... my bad... can a moderator take care of that? What a great first post. I did check out their website... couldn't find it.
post #7 of 18
You've got a point... never noticed that. Intrigued minds want to know...
post #8 of 18
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Skimoviemusic.com = great site, thanks onyx. Although it's not mentioned here either. Chapter 2 on the Push DVD is not mentioned in the credits. I tried recording it through the computer, but can't because the sounds is coming from CD/DVD.
post #9 of 18
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Originally Posted by n8cas View Post
Great movie. Great soundtrack. Perfect prescription for Ski Fever. Have a question to anybody who knows about the vid. I'm looking for the title of an audio track in between "When the Lights go out" by Black Keys and "take me to the hospital" They do not mention this instrumental song in the credits. Does anybody know the song name or anything about it. I want to get it on my iPod for skiing. Thanks. Also I wouldn't mind starting a thread where we can discuss some of the sick skiing in the movie.

That song your talking about is a slight remake of one of the main songs in "Requiem for a Dream" I believe.
post #10 of 18
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aeternal is the name of the song... thanks a bunch bostonski... you're the man. dope tune.. Oakenfold remixes. What's the best segment in the movie?
post #11 of 18
[quote=n8cas;620517]Oakenfold remixes. quote]

I LOVE his music. I believe he's in the Guiness book of world records for being the world's most successful DJ. Isn't the guy in his forties? I never grow tired of his mixes. HOnestly, few trance-techno djs are even in the same league. Even my mom likes him. She called him a modern day maestro.
post #12 of 18
hmmm. Dunno about the assessments of Oakenfold.

but hey, that's what's great about music: to each their own.

i'm a little more partial to BT, although he might snicker at the "DJ" label, and Kruder and Dorfmeister, myself.

post #13 of 18
who's BT? what other dj's should I listen to for trance (not hip-hop/super bassy) techno. I'm actually pretty ignorant and don't surf the internet for music much. Just like well-orchestrated trance. I'm not a popular song remix fan.
will search kruder and dorfmeister. (german?)
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aeternal is the name of the song... thanks a bunch bostonski... you're the man. dope tune.. Oakenfold remixes. What's the best segment in the movie?

the best air is definitely Bushfield's faky-to-faky double backflip.
the best line? so arguable.
best pov was Mr. Wiggles.
Eric Hjorleifson may have had the most entertaining segment. imo. it's too bad hugo got hurt that year, he's one of my favs. soooo strong.
post #15 of 18
I'm more into down tempo, "stoner" beats.

Kruder and Dorfmeister have a few albums together, then they separated. Dorfmeister formed Tosca, which is a great down tempo project. Check for the album OPERA. brilliant.

BT is a DJ/sound collagist, although is his ofter lumped in with the global house movement. IMA and ECSM are good albums to scope out. He has been moving more into the realm of film composition lately (he scored Monster, starring Charlize Theron).

Also check out DJ Shadow (his earlier works like Introducing) and the group Loop Guru, as well as William Orbit (any of the Strange Cargo albums, although the later ones are much more fluid).

And of course there's all the "Big Beat" stuff by the likes of Chemical Brothers, Wiseguys, and Propellerheads.
post #16 of 18
a HUGE cheers mate. will study up...
post #17 of 18
Also check out mixes by Sasha, he has a deeper but still trance sound that you may like. Specifically, look for Global Underground 013: Ibiza, which many consider the best ever dj mix in this genre. Also Northern Expedition 2 - East Coast is a good one mixed by Sasha & John Digweed. Sasha has also produced a bunch of artist albums such as Involver, Airdrawndagger (my favourite) and Fundacion: NYC all 3 are on Global Underground label I think.

RE: Push, check out Eric Hjorleifson's 'Eric's Dream' segment on the pull DVD, really mellow feel and deep powder in the trees. It has a nice song as well.

I like Mike Wilsons segment for crazy air, he hucks a triple back and almost lands it, you could say he lands it as well as Chris Collins in TGR as neither truly ski away. Also he does a really high speed 360 off a cliff a few times but doesn't come close to landing. I wish MSP still filmed Seth, his segments in Ski Movie 2/3 and Focused are incredible, very long and lots of great lines. His segment in Anomaly this year is 20 or 30 seconds long only and in PBP and Show&Prove no big lines.
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you have no idea how much time that site would have saved me after i bought MSP's Hit List
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