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'Rumble Fish': The Percussion-Based Score (2005)

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Richard Beggs Richard Beggs ... Himself
Stewart Copeland ... Himself
Francis Ford Coppola ... Himself
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USA

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English

Release Date:

13 September 2005 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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This short is featured on the Special Edition DVD for Rumble Fish (1983), released in 2005. See more »

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Awesome
5 March 2006 | by georgina-elizondoSee all my reviews

The percussion on this score is awesome. Gives to much vitality into the movie story. High class music just for selected ears. I hope that many people could feel all the happiness that I feel every time I hear it. The catchy sounds are always drums, so I hope Stewart Copeland never stops making music with More Drums Please! I like all the songs, but my favorites are: Don't Box Me In. Tulsa Tango. Our Mother is alive, etc. Thinking it better, I can't select just two, three or four, cause I love it all. Really, if you want to get spiritual high with music, you have to hear Rumblefish music. And the film with this excellent score,direction, black & white effects with little color on the fishes, results very groovy, after and with all its elements. And the special identity of I insist are Drums. To me, Stewart Copeland is the best musician in humankind history.


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