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Rubycon nothing to do with the Keep


A short piece of 'Rubycon' can be heard in the film: in the scene where they found that "evil had been spread on the village" in the background, the spooky choir part from the side 2 of 'Rubycon' can be heard: it's the part just before the sequencers came in.
There are many pieces from Logos and also, what is known as 'Moorland' (form ''Miriam -Tatort" single) can be heard.
I think that TD had a hand in the audio effects of the film, apart the soundtrack, but maybe that's a theory of mine :roll:

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I will certainly look out for that next time i view the film :arrow:

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Rubycon nothing to do with the Keep


A short piece of 'Rubycon' can be heard in the film: in the scene where they found that "evil had been spread on the village" in the background, the spooky choir part from the side 2 of 'Rubycon' can be heard: it's the part just before the sequencers came in.
There are many pieces from Logos and also, what is known as 'Moorland' (form ''Miriam -Tatort" single) can be heard.
I think that TD had a hand in the audio effects of the film, apart the soundtrack, but maybe that's a theory of mine :roll:

Interesting analysis. You've given me a good excuse to view this film again soon--like I need one.

On a side note, I know fans of the book's author hate the movie, and although I recently read the book (it's quite good) and sympathize with those fans, I still love the movie. Its biggest fault lies in the fact that it's often confusing due to the drastic cuts demanded by the studio. Oh, for a director's cut!


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whiteeagle wrote:
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Rubycon nothing to do with the Keep


A short piece of 'Rubycon' can be heard in the film: in the scene where they found that "evil had been spread on the village" in the background, the spooky choir part from the side 2 of 'Rubycon' can be heard: it's the part just before the sequencers came in.
There are many pieces from Logos and also, what is known as 'Moorland' (form ''Miriam -Tatort" single) can be heard.
I think that TD had a hand in the audio effects of the film, apart the soundtrack, but maybe that's a theory of mine :roll:


from memory TD were often asked to do sound effects, probably before they knew what would fit within the frequency range of their music

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Is this a first edition version of the Keep i've never been sure

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Yes Darren,thats the First TDI issue :wink:

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I don't own the official TDI versions but have the Orange pirate edition. It's not too hard to find and although the extra tracks are available on other TD albums it's one way to get a CD copy without bursting the bank. I passed on the 97 TDI edition at the glasgow show in 97. I bought Ambient Monkeys instead :oops: ..anyone want to swap. :wink:


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I don't own the official TDI versions but have the Orange pirate edition. It's not too hard to find and although the extra tracks are available on other TD albums it's one way to get a CD copy without bursting the bank. I passed on the 97 TDI edition at the glasgow show in 97. I bought Ambient Monkeys instead :oops: ..anyone want to swap. :wink:


It's funny i bought The Keep passed on Ambient Monkeys
but my missus went out to the loo and bought it thinking i'd missed it :roll:

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Yes Darren,thats the First TDI issue :wink:


Thanks Colin i thought someone would let me know

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I don't own the official TDI versions but have the Orange pirate edition. It's not too hard to find and although the extra tracks are available on other TD albums it's one way to get a CD copy without bursting the bank. I passed on the 97 TDI edition at the glasgow show in 97. I bought Ambient Monkeys instead :oops: ..anyone want to swap. :wink:


The "Blue Moon" version is closest to the film :wink: :arrow:

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if anyone has a 'genuine' vinyl copy of the keep, BM will pay $1000, as I have mislaid my one. :shock: :wink:

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if anyone has a 'genuine' vinyl copy of the keep, BM will pay $1000, as I have mislaid my one. :shock: :wink:


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Just bought a 97 copy of the Keep for £78.50...my wife is not best pleased. :oops: She thinks I need to seek specialist help for my TD addiction. :?


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Just bought a 97 copy of the Keep for £78.50...my wife is not best pleased. :oops: She thinks I need to seek specialist help for my TD addiction. :?


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I think you have got a bargain mate...........an excellent purchase IMHO 8)

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Just bought a 97 copy of the Keep for £78.50...my wife is not best pleased. :oops: She thinks I need to seek specialist help for my TD addiction. :?


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I think you have got a bargain mate...........an excellent purchase IMHO 8)


The thing was I was outbid but...the seller gave me a second chance as the winner had dodgy feedback. I pondered for a while as to whether to go ahead and buy the CD. I suppose in comparison as to what some copies sell for I did get a good price. :D


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