Here are three moody instrumentals that could easily go in any movie I ever directed. The first is a throbbing track called "Inside" from Moby's Play album. I love Tangerine Dream and think their song "Love On A Real Train" from Risky Business is one of the best tracks they ever did.
I took a chance one day while I was standing in an indie record store in downtown Asheville in the mid-80's. I bought Victorialand by The Cocteau Twins and it quickly became one of the most different and moving pieces of music I'd ever heard. I mean--I loved Phil Collins & Genesis. This is NOT Genesis. The track "The Thinner The Air" is haunting and should be in a movie one day. It still gives me goosebumps.
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