Lykke Li’s “Possibility” on Oscar Shortlist

MTV has an article talking about how Lykke Li’s song from New Moon, Possibility, has made the short list for an Oscar nomination.

Read the entire article here.

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I Die For You – Twilight Inspired Song

by on December 12, 2009
in Music

Jenalie found this on YouTube. It’s a Twilight Inspired song by JeimusuJones. It’s called I Die For You. I think it is a very pretty and sad song!! The lyrics can be found here.

I hope you enjoy!!

Lupe Fiasco – Solar Midnite (from New Moon) Music Video

Thanks Hayden!!!

Source: Real Talk NY

New New Moon (Boom Boom Pow Parody)

Ok, thought this was amusing. I was dancing along, LOL. I am so lame!!!

Source: Twifans

Twilight Soundtrack and Paramore nominated for Grammy

by on December 4, 2009
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The Twilight Soundtrack has been nominated for a Grammy in the Category Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media.

Paramore’s Decode has been nominated for a Grammy in the category Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media.

I love that Decode song, Paramore rocks!!!! Thought the Twilight soundtrack was way better than New Moon’s soundtrack. Hopefully the Eclipse soundtrack is better.

The ceremony show will air January 31 at 8 p.m. on the CBS Network.

Thanks Alice and Beatriz!!

Anya Marina Performing “Satellite Heart” on The Bonnie Hunt Show

Preview of New Moon The Score by Alexandre Desplat

Thanks Becky and Alice!!!

100 Monkeys video for Ugly Girl

by on November 12, 2009
in Music, Videos

This is great!!! Video is so funny!!!
Do you Like?
Thanks Alice!!!

Tracks announced for New Moon Score

by on November 6, 2009
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Below is the press release from Summit Entertainment for New Moon The Score. It will be released November 24th and is available for pre-order from Amazon.

Summit Entertainment Records via E1 Music to release The Twilight Saga: New Moon The Score by Alexandre Desplat, on November 24, 2009.

E1 Music is pleased to announce the highly anticipated release from Academy Award nominated composer Alexandre Desplat, “The Twilight Saga: New Moon The Score” on November 24th, 2009. The Twilight Saga: New Moon is the second installment of the highly successful film franchise Twilight, an action-packed, modern day vampire love story. The Twilight Saga: New Moon premieres in theaters on November 20th, 2009.

Highly regarded Desplat is the winner of numerous awards including 2008’s “Film Score of The Year” & “Best Original Score for a Drama Film” by the International Film Critics Association (The Curious Case of Benjamin Buttons), winner of the 2007 Golden Globe for Best Original Score (The Painted Veil), and two-time Academy Award Nominee (The Queen & The Curious Case of Benjamin Buttons).

Desplat comments, “Chris Weitz and New Moon provided me with a rich canvas to create the colors of desire, longing, heartbreak and eternal love.”

With even more anticipation, a growing fan base, and an award-winning/critically-acclaimed composer, The Twilight Saga: New Moon The Score is a must-have companion to the movie experience and sure to please not just movie fans but fans of the Score genre.

Paul Katz of Eye2Ear Music serves as both the executive producer of the score album as well as Summit Entertainment’s point person on film-related music and soundtracks.

The tracklisting:

1. New Moon
2. Bella Dreams
3. Romeo & Juliet
4. Volturi Waltz
5. Blood Sample
6. Edward Leaves
7. Werewolves
8. I Need You
9. Break Up
10. Memories of Edward
11. Wolves v. Vampire
12. Victoria
13. Almost a Kiss
14. Adrenaline
15. Dreamcatcher
16. To Volterra
17. You’re Alive
18. The Volturi
19. The Cullens
20. Marry Me, Bella
21. Full Moon

Source: Twilighters Anonymous

Alexandra Patsavas talks New Moon Soundtrack


Music Supervisor Alexandra Patsavas talked to Spin Magazine about the New Moon Soundtrack.

Read the entire interview here.

Here is an excerpt:

How you go about something like New Moon, which features original songs from so many artists who don’t often appear in projects this high-profile?
The work starts as soon as the script is finished and distributed. Chris Weitz, the director, had a very specific point of view about how he wanted the music to feel. There’s a lot of separation and longing and loss in the movie; the bands and lyrics and sound and arrangements had to reflect that. Some folks, like Lykke Li, the Killers, Grizzly Bear, OK Go, and Anya Marina all came into the cutting room and sat with Chris to watch the movie and talk about their contributions. Other tracks were submitted with the movie in mind. I think it’s very difficult to succeed without any context.

Thanks Alice!!

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