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Songs in the Key of X: Music From and Inspired by the X-Files
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Songs in the Key of X: Music From and Inspired by the X-Files



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  • I'm pretty sure that when I first listened to this CD back in high school, I had no idea who most of the artists were. Revisiting it nearly 20 years later, I'm impressed by the line-up: Nick Cave, Frank Black, Elvis Costello & Brian Eno! This is also the CD that first introduced me to Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, for which I am eternally grateful.
  • I'd forgotten about the secret tracks on this CD (not listed here). Lifted from an Amazon review: There are two hidden tracks before the first track. These can be found by rewinding from Track 1 past 0:00 into "negative time". When you get to -9:15 let go and there are two new songs. One is by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds called "Time Iesum Transeuntem et non Reverendem" (Dread the passage of Jesus for he will not return) and the other one is by The Dirty Three and is a version of the X-Files Theme. The trick is having a CD player that will let you scan back that far.
  • One of the best soundtracks
  • My first album !
  • Recalling tracks I listened to 12 years ago... very pleasant Very good album indeed
  • They said it was: "a weather balloon It was a weather balloon..."
  • Missing track ZERO [artist]Dirty Three[/artist] and [artist]Nick Cave[/artist]'s Time Jesum Transeuntum Et Non Revertentum
  • Here looking for a track I found on Napster probably going on 10 years ago. Looked here: http://testtube.monocromatica.com/releases/tube010.htm about 4 years ago. At this point, now looking for the same thing. A song which explains the conspiracy premise of the X-Files.
  • I am forever grateful to this album. It was the first album I ever bought, using my allowance when I was 11 years old, the extent to which it influenced my music taste is hard to explain.
  • amazing tracks by nick cave, foo fighters, elvis costello and screamin jay hawkins that fit the darkness and weirdness of the series perfectly

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