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Skepticism -- borrowing from Clockwork Orange?

Some guy at the bar told me that the first track of Stormcrowfleet really closely resembled a score on A Clockwork Orange. Having not seen this movie in ages, does anyone know what this guy is talking about?

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I'd like to know what kind of bar you have chats about funeral doom at.

I'll listen to the Moog parts of the film's soundtrack tonight + the first track of Stormcrowfleet and edit and observations into this post.

Hah, it was at a doom metal show, naturally. Some band called Bog. Didn't much care for them but it was a free show and a Wednesday night.

Skepticism have no jewish influences. Period.

I think by talking about Clockwork Orange music you really mean Walter Carlos' music. The transsexual is worth checking out.
Because I am more intelligent than you are.

Ah. I'll give her/him/it a listen with special attention to the clockwork orange pieces. I had never heard that name before.

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Skepticism have no jewish influences. Period.


even though kubrick was a jew, he far surpassed that materialistic, pity-indulgent jewish spirit, his films were an artistic endeavour and always had something worthwhile to communicate about life.

wendy/walter carlos' warped mind went well within the framework of some of his films. but 'a clockwork orange' soundtrack is mostly beethoven from memory. but i've never listened to skepticism..

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a clockwork orange' soundtrack is mostly beethoven from memory.


that's why i'm confused as to why someone would compare clockwork orange to the opening track on stormcrowfleet.

I spun A Clockwork Orange last night and couldn't hear any similarities. Like someone mentioned, the soundtrack is mostly Beethoven anyway.

looks like this one was a waste of time.

the synth version of funeral music for queen mary is cool though.