March 5th, 2013
The 12 Rounds related question and Atticus’ response during this morning’s How to destroy angels_ Reddit Ask Me Anything discussion.
Later in the conversation this happened:
ninjawpb asked: “I really loved soundtrack for Touching Evil, any chance to leak it to us by mistake ? looks like this show is dead (even if i ripped and translated both us and french dubbed version, and also bought the only episode on dvd)”
Atticus replied: “That’s a good idea. I’ll hunt through the old drives.”
January 18th, 2013
Atticus created an Rdio playlist of songs that inspired the “Broken City” score. Thanks to @jimpenola on Twitter for linking!
January 16th, 2013
The original movie soundtrack for Allen Hughes’ Broken City, by 12 Rounds’ Atticus Ross, Claudia Sarne and Leopold Ross, featuring Kirk Hellie, is now available for purchase digitally at the following links (and many others):
Thanks to Cubic and Sheepdean for getting this news out there before me!
March 19th, 2012
Several news items, all courtesy of James Sheepdean Reed and his amazing blog http://fuckyeahatticusross.tumblr.com.
1. The latest motion picture score release featuring music from Atticus Ross, Leopold Ross and Claudia Sarne, Dias de Gracia or Days of Grace depending on what country you are in is up for preorder here.
The 12 Rounds members’ contributions were probably recorded between The Book of Eli and The Social Network scores, as this movie has been in development for release for quite some time. The score also features music from Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, Shigeru Umebayashi, Scarlett Johansson and 3D from Massive Attack and more talented artists. Even if you aren’t a huge fan of 12 Rounds, you should probably check it out.
2. The Object Merch store webpage for 12 Rounds merchandise still exists but doesn’t let you check out, regardless of your country of origin.
3. Claudia Sarne will be featured on Eric Avery’s as-yet-untitled album as a vocalist on a David Bowie cover tune.
Over here at 12rounds.net, we’re extremely appreciative of all of the great work James puts into FYAR and we think you should all check out his blog for other rare treats, including a piece of music from the Dias de Gracia score if you look hard enough.