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This is our musical tribute to the classic 1982 film noir cyberpunk masterpiece 'Blade Runner' and features many remixes of sounds and music from the film, many remixes (particularly of the driving 'End Titles' theme) of musical pieces from Vangelis' soundtrack, clips from the 2007 25th Anniversary 3 cd-set (still available) and having nothing at all to do with Negativland's 1994 'Blade Runner Remix' when the soundtrack finally came out in the U.S.

Now up at the NCN Podcast Archives 


Direct mp3 download here: http://www.nationalcynical.com/archives/1735/NCN_on_Plundercast_-_Blade_Running.mp3

Webcast on Plundercast and DFM (out of Amsterdam) January 19th, 2014--This is our musical tribute to the classic 1982 film noir cyberpunk masterpiece 'Blade Runner' and features many remixes of sounds and music from the film, many remixes (particularly of the driving 'End Titles' theme) of musical pieces from Vangelis' soundtrack, clips from the 2007 25th Anniversary 3 cd-set (still available) and having nothing at all to do with Negativland's 1994 'Blade Runner Remix' when the soundtrack finally came out in the U.S.

Yes, much has happened since then, in terms of DIY re-interpretations of this work, and we have the best of the best (in our humble opinion) all under one roof in this much listened-to and well attended program (we got upwards of 25 listeners for the show's final cut). This program is a little bit different than the webcast version in that it includes a great piece called the 'Surprise Mix' of the End Titles theme done by ARKiV who was a listener to the program and contributed that track. Thanks, ARKiV!

On July 28th, 2019 we played a Blade Running Marathon which included the above-mentioned programs and also the album 'Haloed: Off World (A Blade Runner Remix Album)'. The webcasted marathon was simulcasted on DFM out of Amsterdam and heard by as many as 22 listeners. It was played in honor of Rutger Hauer's passing. Hauer played the iconic role of Roy Baty in the film, Blade Runner and died in the same year that the 1982 film was set (2019).

This program is now also available at our archive.org site for the first time in lossless format.

 



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