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  • Top 10 of 2013

    31 Dec 2013, 12:46 by Shafter92

  • film scores : 30 OST - 30 composers

    2 Apr 2011, 18:13 by Alfaddur

    my selection of 30 soundtracks by 30 different composers (10 for each era), chronological order :

    1930-1940-1950s :

    - Charlie Chaplin - City Lights (1931)
    - Max Steiner - King Kong (1933)
    - Erich W. Korngold - The Adventures Of Robin Hood (1938)
    - Sergei Prokofiev - Alexander Nevski (1939)
    - Alfred Newman - Wuthering Heights (1939)
    - Anton Karas - The Third Man (1949)
    - Franz Waxman - Sunset Boulevard (1950)
    - Dimitri Tiomkin - High Noon (1952)
    - Bernard Herrmann - Vertigo (1958)
    - Miklos Rozsa - Ben-Hur (1959)

    1960-1970-1980s :

    - Alex North - Spartacus (1960)
    - Maurice Jarre - Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
    - Elmer Bernstein - To Kill A Mockingbird (1962)
    - Ennio Morricone - The Good The Bad And The Ugly (1966)
    - John Barry - On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
    - Nino Rota - The Godfather (1972)
    - John Williams - Star Wars V: Empire Strikes Back (1980)
    - Basil Poledouris - Conan the Barbarian (1982)
    - Jerry Goldsmith - Under Fire (1983)
    - James Horner - Willow (1988)

    1990-2000-2010s :

    - Trevor Jones & Randy Edelman - Last of Mohicans (1991)
    - Danny Elfman - Batman Returns (1992)
    - Wojciech Kilar - Bram Stocker’s Dracula (1992)
    - Alan Silvestri - Forrest Gump (1994)
    - David Arnold - StarGate (1994)
    - Hans Zimmer - Crimson Tide (1995)
    - Howard Shore - Lord of the Rings (2001-2003)
    - Harry Gregson-Williams - Kingdom of Heaven (2005)
    - James Newton Howard - Lady in the Water (2006)
    - Michael Giacchino - Ratatouille (2007)
  • How four stones could move your mind.

    19 Jul 2010, 17:30 by SonicSoul

    Free downloadable new production Four stones.



    SonicSoul aka Pecheur

  • NEW TRACK: Mini - Grunt & The Son Of Captain Blood

    4 Jul 2010, 16:22 by funnyfarm


    The Reel Banditos have released a new single called "Mini - Grunt & The Son Of Captain Blood". The song is a part of the "Indochina" concept album the band released in September 2008.
    "Mini - Grunt & The Son Of Captain Blood" is dedicated to Sean Flynn and Dana Stone.
    Here's the sory behind the song:
    On April 6, 1970 the photographers Sean Flynn (son of legendary actor Errol Flynn) and Dana Stone disappeared after traveling on motorbikes across the Vietnamese border into Cambodia to report from the war there. It is supposed that they were arrested by the Viet Cong and handed over to Khmer Rouge. Some sources claim that they survived in captivity until 1975, although other more likely sources claim they were killed roughly six months later.
    Get the song here at iTunes, or any other download store.
    Mini Grunt & The Son Of Captain Blood
  • Wohne in Wien

    13 Feb 2010, 12:40 by Tuvokk

    Wer ist noch aus Wien und tratscht gerne?
  • Crazy stats :)

    21 Jan 2010, 15:20 by MissDalilla

    1. What's your favourite song by 15?
    Anna Maria Jopek - Małe dzieci po to są
    2. How did you get into 20?
    Coma - Thanks to my friend Agata who is a huge fan of them.
    3. Who is your favourite member in 1?
    Paramore - Hayley Williams - she's awesome. I love the way she behaves on stage, her contact with people and crazy her :)
    4. What’s your favourite lyric bit by 29?
    Scrubs Cast - "Our no. 1 test is your no. 2" from Everything Comes Down to Poo, S06E06 'My Musical', sung by Donald Faison & Zach Braff. The whole episode is hilarious but if I have to choose, that's my fav line :)
    5. Have you ever seen 22 live?
    Kate Voegele - no, I haven't.
    6. What's your favourite album from 10?
    Dolly Parton - Those Were The Days
    7. Do you own any merchandise from 3?
    The veronicas - I have a poster :)
    8. What is a good memory you have of 7?
    Evanescence - When I first heard Bring Me to Life I also met a new friend right after. She's a good friend of mine now.
    9. Is there a member of the same age as you in 2?
    Dixie Chicks - hell no! They already have their own kids and I'm not even 19 :)
    10. When did you first get into 8?
    Regina Spektor - I heard Samson in CSI:NY episode (S02E21 'All access')
    11. Who likes 4 along with you?
    Hayler Westenra - My good friend Ewa.
    12. Which song did you first hear from 16?
    Emilie Autumn - Marry Me
    13. What song made you fall in love with 5?
    Hunter - I'm not sure. It might have been Pomiędzy niebem a pieklem or Białoczerw
    14. Which song do you not like by 18?
    Goya - I don't think there's any song that I dislike.
    15. Why do you like 14's songs?
    Kings Of Leon - because of Caleb Followill's voice
    16. Where did you first hear 6?
    Jelonek - On Hunter's concert in Wrocław, like a year ago.
    17. How long was 19 a band before you liked them?
    A Fine Frenzy - Not long. I heard Almost Lover in CS:NY not long after she recorded her first album.
    18. Does 13 have a song that gives you a bad memory?
    hans Zimmer - No, no, no! Only good memories connected with great movies he composed mosic for.
    19. When did you get into 17?
    Carter Burwell - when I first saw Twilight movie and heard Twilight (The Score)
    20. How long have you been into 9?
    Snow Patrol - Since I heard Somewhere the Clock is Ticking in Grey's Anatomy (S02E25 '17 Seconds')
    21. If 11 had a concert 300 miles away, would you drive there to see them?
    Within Temptation - I already did such thing. I went 160 miles to see them in Warsaw.
    22. How many CDs do you own of 12?
    Metallica - all of them. My dad is a fan, so are my brother and I so we bought them all.
    23. Does 21 have a song that makes you cry?
    Jewel - no, they are all rather positive
    25. Does 23 have a song that makes you smile?
    Avril Lavigne - Yes, she does.Keep Holding On from Eragon movie.
    26. What's the last song you've listened to from 28?
    Jordin Sparks - Battlefield
    27. Is there a song by 32 that you've listened to more than 30 times?
    P!nk - thera are two: Sober (86) and Dear Mr President [Feat Indigo Girls] (33)
    28. Any song by 50 that you've only listened to once?
    Kate Havnevik - nop ;D
    29. Is there a song you are sick of hearing by 24?
    Hannah Fury - Don't look back
    30. What song got you into 40?
    UnSun - there isn't one song, I started to listening to them by playing the whole The End Of Life
    31. What is your favourite single by 25?
    Lao Che - I don't know which their sond is a single or which one isn't but I think Drogi Panie is a single :)
    32. If 49 hated you, what would you do?
    Ólafur Arnalds - I would be unhappy, he's so cute and tallented :P
    33. What would you say if 42 or one of the members from 42 asked you out?
    The King's Singers - On one hand I'd be happy cuz they are British but on the other, they are too old for me...
    34. Would you care if 41 had a boyfriend/girlfriend?
    Leona Lewis - she already has a boyfriend and I... don't care!
    35. Who has the best voice in 46?
    Hair OST - I don't know... That woman from [track artis=Hair]Aquarius[/track] is pretty awesome.
    36. Do you think 26 is/are good looking?
    Angélique Kidjo - I don't know what to say.
    37. How many times have you listened to your favourite song by 36?
    Lucie Silvas - What You're Made Of - 61 times
    38. How many CDs do you own of 30?
    Amy Lee - none cuz she hasn't recorded any. But I have all Evanescence CDs :)
    39. Is there a song from 38 that makes you mad?
    Flyleaf - no cuz I only know Cassie
    40. Which member from 31 do you want to see go solo? If 31 is only one artist, what would you do if they joined a group?
    Colin Hay - He has a band called Men at Work but I love his solo in [scrubs] xD
    41. What does your favourite song from 48 remind you of?
    Kelly Clarkson - Never Again reminds me of nothing special, maybe sometimes of summer camp 2007.
    42. Did you hate 43 at first?
    Michał Lorenc - no, no, no. I fell for his Taniec Eleny right after I heard it.
    43. Does your best friend also listen to 33?
    Nightwish - no, she does not. Unfortunately.
    44. Do you think your parents would like 37?
    The Pussycat Dolls - My dad dislikes pop but my mum likes such dancable songs. Which is funny because I only like the lyrics of their songs.
    45. Does 47 have a song that makes you want to dance?
    Madonna - generally I don't dance. But her Jump makes the dance less torture for me xD
    46. Have you ever seen 34 in person?
    Ashlee Sipmson - no. And I don't think I ever would.
    47. Do you like 35's name?
    Justyna Steczkowska - I wouldn't name my kid after her but it's a nice name.
    48. Is there someone in 45 that you want to go out with?
    Linkin Park - Maybe Chester Bennington but as far as I remember, he's already married.
    49. Do you know anyone that hates 39?
    Nelly Furtado - no one I could think of
    50. Have you ever danced to a song from 50?
    Lily Allen - I danced to her singing on [event=]Open'er Festival 2009[/event]
  • When the music industry is dead - what will replace it?

    3 Jan 2010, 22:57 by DearJessie

    Obviously the traditional music industry has outlived itself. The time when record labels were the gatekeepers of all music streaming out to our ears is in the past, Last.fm being one of the best examples of it. We are witnessing a revolution in the music industry, with several new models trying to replace the old one. How will we be consuming music in the future?

    Let's look at the alternatives:

    1) The Spotify model

    Spotify is an ad-funded software-based service that allows you to stream any music for free. The ad revenues are then distributed between the music rights owners based on their share of total streams. Similar models have been adapted by web-based services like Jango or Grooveshark.

    2) The iTunes model

    This model creates an infrastructure for finding and even previewing music. iTunes, Last.fm, iLike, Pandora are all part of this system. To actually consume the music your need to buy it as a download in one of the outlets: iTunes Music Store, Amazon etc.

    3) The Dreamgale model

    This really incorporates different models of one-to-one relationship between the artist and the listener. The most recent example I know is one of my favourite acts, the Swedish-Belarusian Dreamgale, who started as a mysterious act revealing very little about themselves, but recently decided to do the complete opposite. They exposed their whole music production on a blog-like website, putting up every new song piece they make for streaming and downloads by their fans. Moreover, they encourage their fans to participate in the production, and even promise to credit those who leave useful comments on the site on the back of their next release. What we get is a user-generated real-time music production, instead of classic album production behind closed studio doors.

    4) The Pirate model

    This is the illegal download model we all know. Virtually, it's a parasite that lives at the expense of the traditional music industry, slowly killing it. It may be the main trigger for change in the industry, but will it survive when its mission is accomplished?

    In my opinion, the future lies in a combination of the Spotify and the Dreamgale models. We'll have artists developing long-lasting relationships with their fans, feeding them with fresh materials and interacting with them - then using services like Spotify to earn money on plays. iTunes will sooner or later have to adapt to this, and the pirates will have little to contribute in this new reality.
  • World Soundtrack Awards

    13 Sep 2009, 10:37 by ikkeffe

    The World Soundtrack Academy has announced the list of nominees for the three principal categories in the World Soundtrack Awards, the pre-eminent international prizes for the recognition of film music: Film Composer of the Year, Best Original Score of the Year and Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film. The names of the winners will be proclaimed on Saturday, October 17 at the closing event of the Ghent International Film Festival.

    Every year in Ghent, the World Soundtrack Awards (WSA) are presented by the World Soundtrack Academy. The Academy, which was founded in 2001 by the Ghent International Film Festival and a number of film music composers, now encompassing close to 300 leading composers and representatives of the film music business. The stated goal of the Academy is to promote music in film, and it is achieving this with ever greater success, as can be seen by the growing (international) interest and recognition being given to film music.

    The three principal categories are Film Composer of the Year, Best Original Score of the Year and Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film. At a later time, the Academy Board will also select the Discovery of the Year 2009. In addition to the Awards presented by the Academy, film music fans around the world can vote the best soundtrack of the past year (see www.worldsoundtrackacademy.com).

    The nominees the World Soundtrack Awards 2009:

    FILM COMPOSER OF THE YEAR

    o CARTER BURWELL (Burn After Reading, Twilight)
    o ALEXANDRE DESPLAT (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Coco Avant Chanel, Largo Winch, Cheri)
    o DANNY ELFMAN (Milk, Taking Woodstock, Notorious)
    o MICHAEL GIACCHINO (Star Trek, Up, Land of the Lost)
    o HANS ZIMMER (Frost/Nixon, Angels & Demons, The Dark Knight)

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE OF THE YEAR

    o BURN AFTER READING by Carter Burwell
    o THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON by Alexandre Desplat
    o FROST/NIXON by Hans Zimmer
    o THE INTERNATIONAL by Reinhold Heil, Tom Tykwer, Johnny Klimek
    o SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE by A.R. Rahman

    BEST ORIGINAL SONG WRITTEN DIRECTLY FOR A FILM

    o “GRAN TORINO” from ‘Gran Torino’
    Music & Lyrics by Jamie Cullum, Clint Eastwood, Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens
    Performed by Jamie Cullum & Don Runner

    o “JAI HO” from ‘Slumdog Millionaire’
    Music by : A.R. Rahman
    Lyrics by Gulzar and Tanvi Shah
    Performed by A.R. Rahman, Sukhvinder Singh, Tanvi Shah, Mahalaksmi Iyver, Vijay Prakash
    Published by KM Musiq ltd

    o “O SAYA” from Slumdog Millionaire’
    Music & Lyrics by A.R. Rahman and Mathangi Arulpragasam
    Performed by M.I.A. & A.R. Rahman
    Published by KM Musiq ltd

    o “RUN & HIDE” from ‘Je l’aimais’
    Music & lyrics by Anna Chalon
    Performed by Anna chalon

    o “THE WRESTLER” from ‘The Wrestler’
    Music & lyrics by Bruce Springsteen
    Performed by Bruce Springsteen
    Published by Bruce Springsteen


    source: http://www.worldsoundtrackawards.com/news2.cgi?go=detail&id=863&lang=en
  • Indochina

    3 Feb 2008, 21:50 by funnyfarm


    The Reel Banditos have released a new single called "Mini - Grunt & The Son Of Captain Blood". The song is a part of the "Indochina" concept album the band released in September 2008.
    "Mini - Grunt & The Son Of Captain Blood" is dedicated to Sean Flynn and Dana Stone.
    Here's the sory behind the song:
    On April 6, 1970 the photographers Sean Flynn (son of legendary actor Errol Flynn) and Dana Stone disappeared after traveling on motorbikes across the Vietnamese border into Cambodia to report from the war there. It is supposed that they were arrested by the Viet Cong and handed over to Khmer Rouge. Some sources claim that they survived in captivity until 1975, although other more likely sources claim they were killed roughly six months later.
    Get the song here at iTunes, or any other download store.

    Mini Grunt & The Son Of Captain Blood


    Indochina Well folks, the Indochina summer special is in full motion. As we wrote in our last journal entry, you ac get the album (CD/DVD) for $10 at CD-Baby and IndieRythm.com, so hurry and get yours as long as it's available.

    There is a new video out, called Saigon '67. The song is featured on, INDOCHINA. Very dark and very cool video, thanks Butch!


    Saigon 67 ("Frankie's House" Remix ) Then, we have a remix of Saigon '67 ready for download, here at Last.fm. Anybody who is into funky-electro-disco should download the Frankie's House version of Saigon '67.

    So, folks, ENJOY!




    Huey (UH-1 Remix EP) It's been a while, but The Banditos have been quite busy, writing new material, remixing tracks and shooting new videos. This summer the Banditos will release their 4 track EP "HUEY (UH1-EP). The EP will include an extended mix of HUEY (the original version is on their concept album INDOCHINA), a funky remix of HUEY (HUEY UH-1 remix)Huey (UH-1 remix), a bonus track called "Dak To" and an instrumental version of "The Noun Nuoc". You can also get their limited CD/DVD album, INDOCHINA for $10. This summer only at CD-Baby and indieRythm, starting on June, 21!






    A limited CD/DVD edition of the Banditos concept album INDOCHINA is now available at AMAZON (worldwide).
    http://www.amazon.com/Indochina-Reel-Banditos/dp/B001IB5YGU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1234310206&sr=1-1

    Listen to the entire album at Last.fm.
    Indochina



    The Reel Banditos $10 special offer (CD/DVD) at IndieRythm.com ends on the 12th of January! The album (CD) Indochina contains 14 tracks and the DVD contains 3 videos and a bonus track called R&R. Indochina revolves around the topic of the Vietnam conflict.

    Get your copy as long as this special offer lasts:

    Copy or click following link to get your copy:

    https://www.indierhythm.com/product.php?cdId=4450



    One week till Christmas!

    For a limited time only, The Reel Banditos are offering their concept album Indochina (limited CD/DVD edition) at IndieRythm for $10! The CD contains 14 tracks and the DVD contains 3 videos and a bonus track called R&R. Indochina revolves around the topic of the Vietnam conflict.

    This special offer only lasts till the 31st of December, so get your copy now.

    Copy or click following link to get your copy:

    https://www.indierhythm.com/product.php?cdId=4450

    Get your $5.00 electronic gift card (U.S. residents only)! We just started selling our album INDOCHINA on AmieStreet.com, and to kick things off they are giving our fans $5.00 to download our music as well as all music in the entire AmieStreet.com store. All you have to do is click on the link below to get $5.00 to download our music or songs from tens of thousands of other great independent artists. Just click here: http://amiestreet.com/_l/tunecore


    The album INDOCHINA is now available at CDBaby!
    The Reel Banditos new concept album Indochina is now available, as a limited CD/DVD edition at CDbaby.com. The package includes a 3 panel booklet with background information to every track and a cool sticker. The DVD includes 3 videos, plus a bonus track. The limited edition costs $14. Get your copy now, as long as it lasts.
    http://cdbaby.com/cd/reelbanditos



    What the press says about INDOCHINA

    www.bullz-eye.com

    http://www.bullz-eye.com/cdreviews/default.htm nofollow=yes

    http://www.esdmusic.com/2008/10/31/the-reel-banditos-indochina/

    Dig it: an all-instrumental groove-out with a theme about ‘Nam, maaaan. And believe me when I say that it being all-instrumental is this disc’s saving grace when it comes to the source of inspiration. After all, this could have turned into a heavy-handed, politically bent bad trip, and well, ‘Nam’s been done to death in both all seriousness and taking knocks in comedic circles. So sit back and dig the grooves of “Saigon ‘67,” which features some groovy percussion, and a cool, toked-out vibe. “Huey” filrts with wah-wah guitars and ’70s Zappa-esque frippery and goes down well. “Jungle Warfare” is laden with heartbeats and a spooky dank ambiance that makes you feel as if you are there. Then there’s the crunchy “Poisoned Sky” which puts R.E.M.’s “Orange Crush” into its pithy place. By the time you make it to “The Fall of Saigon,” you’ll be ripped and spent. Why can’t more artists who feel the need to crank out conceptual chunder follow the Reel Banditos’ lead and just keep their pens quiet and their instruments cranked? Ya got me, but this is one of those left field oddities worth a good listen.



    http://www.esdmusic.com/2008/10/31/the-reel-banditos-indochina/



    Posted by James on October 29th, 2008 No Comments Printer-Friendly

    The Reel Banditos are a unique act. Imagine if CCR mated with KMFDM and listeners will have some sort of clue what The Reel Banditos are doing during this EP. Where there are no vocals during this track, The Reel Banditos do a heck of a job creating an easy to follow narrative that is present at all points during this track. Their dedication to this sound continues through this EP, and can especially be heard (and seen) during their single, “Huey”.

    “Huey”’s video was created by the Frame Fighters, an experimental video-creation collective, and it begins with a chopper flying toward the viewer. The cut-out style that is used for the figures in the video speaks well to The Reel Banditos’ own style of music, while the portrayal of a creek (in a digitized style that clashes with the rest of the frame) speaks volumes to the eclecticism of The Reel Banditos through “Huey” and the rest of the release. The allure of The Reel Banditos extends beyond the music that is present on the EP, and as “Huey” shows, can and should be present in a multi-media presentation.

    “The Fall of Saigon” builds up in much the same way as “Huey”, with ominous instrumentation creating an atmosphere in which anything can happen. Whether it be gunshots, bombs, mines, or the like, listeners do not know. The rapid tempo that the track achieves further highlights this danger, and the Eastern flavor of the track really hammers home the theme of this release. “My Lai” has a slower flow to it than “The Fall of Saigon”, creating the image of a dignified community that has a sorrow present, understanding what events are to come. Later tracks on “Indochina”, such as “The Fall of Saigon” and “The Non Nucc”, put the cap on what is a tremendously well-detailed and dense theme album.

    Where the electronic genre has stagnated in the years following from the turn of the new millennium, The Reel Banditos are able to freshen that art form through building off of the work of storied artists such as The Chemical Brothers, Air, and Crystal Method and imbuing the earlier styles with a myriad of different styles and genres, ensuring that listeners can easily define the music that they are hearing as unique Reel Banditos tracks. I have a feeling that subsequent releases by The Reel Banditos will continue to experience and expand upon what the band touched on during this EP and that after this release, that fans of all stripes will flock to any live shows or follow-up releases that the band may come out with in the next few years. Singlehandedly, The Reel Banditos have saved electronic music.

    Top Track: ASA, Poisoned Sky

    /Rating: 8.5/10


    Viet Nam (free song released):
    The Reel BanditosViet Nam
    [video artist=The Reel Banditos]Viet Nam[/video]
    In the early morning hours of the Vietnamese lunar New Near celebrations in 1968 (31.01.1968) the North Vietnamese forces (Vietcong) began what is now widely know as the „TET Offensive" in many parts of the country, including Saigon. This was a turning point in the conflict, as public opinion in America turned against the war. It would not end until 1975.The Reel Banditos have decided to release an album titled „Indochina" that revolves around the subject of the „Vietnam War". Each song will deal with a particular aspect of the conflict and leave it to the listener's imagination to come to their own conclusions.
    „It's a sort of virtual score to a film that exists in people''s minds." says Nesto, the producer of the album.
    Why Vietnam?
    Nesto: „Well, if you look at what's happening in Iraq now you can't help
    but think that nothing much has changed and that sadly nothing was learnt by the current U.S. administration. This album is about war in general and the tragedy, mayhem and madness it invokes."

    The Reel Banditos have released a free track called „Viet Nam" to promote their forthcoming album „Indochina" which will be available in October 2008.

    New album "INDOCHINA" to be released in 2008!


    The Banditos are proud to announce that their album "INDOCHINA" will be released in October 2008. "It's been a long haul, but we've finally got the album finished and we love it.", says Nesto the producer of the album. "Indochina" is a concept album that revolves around the subject of the "Vietnam War". The first single from the album, "HUEY", will be available on the 28th of August, at the Reel Banditos Indiestore.
    www.indiestore.com/reelbanditos

    130 issue of Computer Music: THE REEL BANDITOS featured!
    The Reel Banditos will be featured in the 130 issue of "Compter Music"! Computer Music is one of the worlds leading music magazines.
    The song is called "The Fall Of Saigon" and will also be included on their upcoming album "Indochina" in October 2008.

    Check out the Computer Music's release dates on their website.
    http://www.computermusic.co.uk/
  • Official Short-Movie to Air France Flight 447 Disaster

    20 Jun 2009, 11:33 by Axonee

    Did we know it happened? Do we have foreknowledge , who were the offenders able to be? Was it attack or not?

    ...Here a first motion picture , that can help to guide to trace. Original director or filmaker was Gary_Halfton. This is a mystical and mixed with a horrifying scenes production. Sequence of eerie animations , images, are this. The plot is a word decoding. Open your eyes and concentrate! There is a secret solutions.

    Original text to video:

    Music and video produced, edited, composed by:

    Story by: Gary Halfton

    Written and designed by: Tibor Ölveti - Dj.Ölvety
    Directed, music by: Yr. Robert Lalkovits - Axone

    Video Genre: Terramystical thriller film productions
    Music Genre: , &

    Release date: (USA and Hungary)


    Supported, sponsored by: Last.fm, Airplay Direct, Directmatches, , Giveness, Lsogor, Gary Halfton, MusiciansPage, MusicSubmit, ,Axone Productions,

    Note:

    Memorial for victims...
    Base theme: Airplane incident

    Plot: This is a top-secret movie about . It is containing the mystery and decoding both the movie. Passengers of the aircraft were killed outright. More extraordinary constituent coincided both in the accident , and in the murderous attempt. Not be confirmed with manifest document to weird events.


    Other descriptions about :

    Air France was a scheduled commercial flight from , , to , , that crashed on 1 June 2009 over the with the presumed loss of all 216 passengers and 12 crew members onboard.

    The aircraft, an Air France , took off on 31 May 2009 at 19:03 local time (22:03 UTC). The last contact with the crew was a routine message to Brazilian air traffic controllers at 01:33 UTC, as the aircraft approached the edge of radar surveillance over the Atlantic Ocean, en-route to Senegalese-controlled airspace off the coast of . Forty minutes later, a four-minute-long series of automatic radio messages was received from the plane, indicating numerous problems and warnings. The exact meanings of these messages are still under investigation, but the aircraft is believed to have been lost shortly after it sent the automated messages. After the aircraft failed to contact air traffic control on either continent, a search and rescue operation was initiated.



    Amazing creation , watch it!!!

    Gracy Thams