First off, I've noticed via my sources that there's over 700 pageviews to this blog, not counting me. Of course, that could mean many things, but if you choose to stop by, of course, always say hello, I suppose. That being said...
I was off the Internet most of the week, eating at food trucks at my school, walking briefly in the park, or selling Poetry Grams. Mon Dieu. But I mostly watched Seasons 1-3 of Fringe, which was interesting. I haven't really seen those awesome seasons excepting the odd episode when I'm bored. But seeing everything again and enjoying the ride was amazing. I think the series will end there for me, and I'll consider 4-5 a spinoff. I liked Season 4 but it was mostly filler. And 5 was amazing, a true serial. But I can't help thinking they made too much out of everything. Many things were missed or aborted opportunities.
But I digress. I have 7 soundtrack pieces to share from Fringe OSTs, composed by the brilliant Chris Tilton, who really should get lauded for everything he does. These pieces are amazing, perfectly capture the "love conquers all" and the "scientific" aspects of the show. Truly amazing.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bbq6ExWIkvM ~Together Again For the Very First Time, Season 4 OST
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceHi2smV33I ~Henrietta, Season 4 OST
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nM4n29JQ-A0 ~Love in the Time of Crossing Over, Season 2 OST
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPkNgAtxW24 ~Newton's Last Mission/Fauxlivia's Theme, Season 3 OST
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UZAL8_w_uc ~A New Day In The Old Town, Season 2 OST
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-3-WFEOoag ~Brown Betty Suite, Season 2 OST
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbpfKwJRVVo ~Slow Motion Sickness, Season 3 OST
Together Again,... is mostly if you're in the mood for something Fringian and also Lostian.
Henrietta is for sad, sentimental moments of love and family.
Love...Over is for a sad prelude, and then an action-packed second half.
Old Town is short and quick, something espionage-like.
Brown Betty is the longest, over nine minutes, but very professional and detective-aura of quality around it.
And Slow Motion Sickness is somewhat classical, but somewhat mysterious.
Music is truly a great gift to society...
To the next!