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Six-String Samurai Soundtrack
Six-String Samurai Soundtrack
How can you go wrong with Russian rockabilly surfers? The Red Elvises formed in Santa Monica, California, in 1996 when three Russians from Siberia decided to put together a surf-rock group. (And you thought Yakov Smirnoff was funny?) The tunes are good but nothing spectacular; as long as you keep in mind these are Russians, you'll at least have a smile on your face. The Brian Tyler score is interspersed (along with dialogue) throughout the disc. It's a nice blend of L.A. cool, not so much in the vein of Pulp Fiction but of Destiny Turns on the Radio (pleasant yet desperate-sounding). Standouts include the warm "Relentless Sun" and the pseudo-Russian-traditional "Sahara Burn." --Aaron Tassano
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Palm Pictures first theatrical film release "SIX-STRING SAMURAI," is a rock and roll fairy tale directed and co-written by Lance Mungia. The soundtrack, also a Palm Pictures release, features an original score by Brian Tyler and songs from Russian rockabilly surfers The Red Elvises.
The "Six-String Samurai" is Buddy (Jeffrey Falcon), a mysterious and powerful hero of the post-apocalyptic future, who must fight his way to Lost Vegas if he's ever to become the next King of Rock 'n' Roll. As skilled with his guitar as with his samurai sword, Buddy is a hero who's all too willing to fill the King's blue-suede shoes. After Buddy saves an orphan kid (Justin Mcguire) in a spectacular battle, he and the kid form an unlikely team. They are pursued by Death at every turn as they make their way across the wastelands. Along the way they encounter bounty-hunting bowlers, a cannibalistic "Cleaver" family, a Windmill God, and even the Russian Army. All in a day's work for your average post-apocalyptic superhero. Winding up at the gates of Vegas, Buddy finds himself in an epic battle with Death over the child's soul and comes to realize just what it means to be King. He may be able to kill 200 Russians and play a mean six-string at the same time, but to turn an eight-year-old kid's tears into laughter is a skill harder to master.
"SIX-STRING SAMURAI" premiered at the 1998 Slamdance International Film Festival. The film is produced by Leanna Creel and Michael Burns of HSX Films. Palm Pictures has scheduled the "SIX-STRING SAMURAI" soundtrack for August release and the film theatrically in September 1998.
The soundtrack features an original score by Brian Tyler and songs by Russian-born rock'n'roll surfers The Red Elvises. Variety called Tyler's score "exceptionally compelling" and film critic Harry Knowles described the music as "magic and the essence of cool." Tyler, a Los Angeles-based film composer has scored a number of projects for the Discovery Channel, NBC-TV, Paramount Pictures, as well as several feature films. He is a member of the prestigious Gorfaine/Schwartz film scoring agency, the home of composers John Williams, James Horner and Hans Zimmer.
The Red Elvises formed in Santa Monica, CA in 1996 when three Russians from Siberia joined to create the sound they call "Siberian Surf Rock." For the past three years, the band has performed almost every day on the very populated 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica, CA. The band has developed quite a following locally and on the tour circuit with their charismatic performance style and raucous and wildly entertaining blend of rockabilly, surf and Russian ethnic music. They claim their musical inspiration to be Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry and speeches by comrades Khruschev and Brezhnev. The Red Elvises were featured this July on a Vh-1 produced documentary "Behind The Music: Taking it to the Streets" and PBS is airing concert footage nationally of the band on the "Twilight Dance Series," an annual music festival based in Santa Monica, CA.
Six-String Samurai Soundtrack
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Founded as an independent School of Medicine in 1976, St. George’s University, the premier choice in Caribbean Medical Schools, has evolved into a top center of international medical education, drawing med school and MD program students, alumni and faculty from over 150 countries to the island of Grenada.
SGU’s School of Veterinary Medicine is one of the few schools in the world accredited by both the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education (AVMA COE) in the United States and Canada, as well as the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) in the UK.
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