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Offline Terry Rocket

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Best Space (Flight) music
« on: 07/14/2006 07:36 PM »
Suggestion time. There's some cool videos with some very good music in the video section here, and modern too.

What is your personal favourite for music in these space flight videos?

Think about making it all "cooler" for getting new young blood interested!

Spaceman, Babylon Zoo - Spaceman is my example.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3uo9OUGhqY&search=Babylon%20Zoo

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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #1 on: 07/14/2006 09:20 PM »
Use what you think works well with what the purpose of the video is would be my suggestion. There are many videos on the ftp portion that have a wide variety of music. Mood music if you know what I mean

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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #2 on: 07/14/2006 09:44 PM »
Rocketman by stewie wins in my book.  

http://www.milkandcookies.com/article/2773/

Offline Chris Bergin

Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #3 on: 07/14/2006 09:52 PM »
Being into the darker side of rock, I'd have to go with "mood" music too.



Faith No More, no longer around, but one of the best bands to have graced my CD player. Last Cup of Sorrow (above) would work very well.

Amazing band live too:

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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #4 on: 07/14/2006 11:19 PM »

I actually thought about using Last Cup Of Sorrow as well, but figured the chorus might give the wrong idea. good music though

 

how about woodpecker from mars? :) 


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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #5 on: 07/15/2006 03:40 PM »
Space Camp Tune! :)


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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #6 on: 07/15/2006 03:49 PM »
"Us and Them"
Pink Floyd
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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #7 on: 07/15/2006 04:05 PM »
I remember an old music video VHS tape that used be out called "Space Scapes" with music of Jan Hammer played throughout the entire thing. The chase theme from the 80s movie "Secret Admirer" was played during scenes of the shuttle launching and landing.

Yeah, mood music fitting  the space program is my interest. :)

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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #8 on: 07/15/2006 04:24 PM »
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astrobrian - 15/7/2006  12:06 AM

I actually thought about using Last Cup Of Sorrow as well, but figured the chorus might give the wrong idea. good music though.


I think that track would work with the Shuttles for the very same reasons. Double meanings work in the context of this song, such as "It's your last cup of sorrow....change your ways.....you might surprise yourself."

Funny, as the video is superb, and inspired by Hitchcock's 1956 classic "Vertigo". For mood music, I love it. Beautifully dark.

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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #9 on: 07/15/2006 04:28 PM »
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"Us and Them"
Pink Floyd

Here you go:

Can't say I listened to them before the Live Aid II concert, then got blown away by Comfortably Numb.

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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #10 on: 07/15/2006 04:42 PM »
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Chris Bergin - 15/7/2006  11:15 AM

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EVA - 15/7/2006  4:36 PM

"Us and Them"
Pink Floyd

Here you go:

Can't say I listened to them before the Live Aid II concert, then got blown away by Comfortably Numb.

Wow, haven't seen that video before.
Excellent, excellent performance.
Thank you.
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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #11 on: 07/15/2006 11:43 PM »
Crank up some 65daysofstatic. That is nice music for spaceflight :)

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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #12 on: 07/16/2006 04:38 AM »
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Chris Bergin - 15/7/2006  9:39 AM

Being into the darker side of rock, I'd have to go with "mood" music too.



Faith No More, no longer around, but one of the best bands to have graced my CD player. Last Cup of Sorrow (above) would work very well.

Amazing band live too:
Good choice! I take it you wouldn't be listening to "We care a lot" though, judging by the first verse...

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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #14 on: 07/16/2006 09:48 AM »
Good example here:

Nine Inch Nails vs Delta II.


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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #15 on: 07/16/2006 09:52 AM »
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Tahii - 16/7/2006  5:25 AM

Good choice! I take it you wouldn't be listening to "We care a lot" though, judging by the first verse...

heh, yeah - I think we'd have to pass ;)

Trying to match one of the harder Shihad tracks, any suggestions?

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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #16 on: 07/16/2006 11:47 AM »
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Chris Bergin - 16/7/2006  4:35 AM

Good example here:

Nine Inch Nails vs Delta II.


That really works very well!

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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #17 on: 07/16/2006 07:37 PM »
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Chris Bergin - 14/7/2006  4:39 PM

Being into the darker side of rock, I'd have to go with "mood" music too.



Faith No More, no longer around, but one of the best bands to have graced my CD player. Last Cup of Sorrow (above) would work very well.

Amazing band live too:

Great band. Mike Patton is fit!
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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #18 on: 07/16/2006 08:03 PM »
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Tahii - 16/7/2006  5:25 AM

Good choice! I take it you wouldn't be listening to "We care a lot" though, judging by the first verse...

heh, yeah - I think we'd have to pass ;)

Trying to match one of the harder Shihad tracks, any suggestions?
Maybe "The Call"? (the live version would be good - its fast!). Actually this would work for a behind-the-scenes personel vid

Maybe "Bone Orchard"?

"Get Up"? ("See that sky out the door, that sky's for me")

"What We Get" (off the I Only Said single) - maybe not for the lyrics, but for some mad-as drum beats :P

As for other songs, "Spacing", "The Metal Song", "Brightest Star" (heh, that'd work well, maybe a Columbia/Challenger vid? - also, maybe use Intro (or Brightest Star in its rull - has been done live)/MMS for a launch vid).

Oh so many possibilities!

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Re: Best Space (Flight) music
« Reply #19 on: 07/18/2006 02:26 AM »
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Chris Bergin - 14/7/2006  4:39 PM

Being into the darker side of rock, I'd have to go with "mood" music too.



Faith No More, no longer around, but one of the best bands to have graced my CD player. Last Cup of Sorrow (above) would work very well.

That is pretty damn awesome.  Liking your taste in music again.

found this by them too. Another good one.

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