Richard Healy
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I collect orchestrated movie scores and I've uploaded a few of my favourite tracks (including some from the 'you-can't-get-these-for-love-nor-money-anymore' pile). So stay a while and have a listen.

You are listening to:
Indiana Jones and Raiders of The Lost Ark
Order of The Phoenix
Schindler's List
12 Monkeys
The Shawshank Redemption
The Truman Show
The Fog of War
Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
Back to The Future 3
Sunset Boulevard
The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy.
28 Days Later

*I think the theramin in 'Ghostbusters' sound terrific! I hunted for ages for that CD and paid through the nose for it - but it was worth it. I hope you enjoy listening to these excerpts every bit as much as I do.

I keep a similar playlist on my page at Atheist Nexus that you are welcome to listen to as well.
(Tracks I've not included here include music from The Crow; Twister; Chocolat; The Fifth Element; Matrix; Aliens; Jaws and Sin City.)

Last page update 28/07/09
Next page update: Like cookies,they're done when they're done and not before...
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The Defeaning Sound of Silence

Posted on August 12, 2010 at 7:48am 1 Comment

Not been on Think Atheist in a while. And immediately I noticed something was different.

After I logged into my page, I noticed that the playlist I used to have on there has vanished.

The link under "my page" to "add music" also just generates a 404 error.

So I guess that means something happened all this thinking must now be done in silence. Am I correct?

Sshhh... who said that?

A little home decorating; the coffee's on the stove; cookies are in the oven - put your feet up stranger....

Posted on July 25, 2009 at 5:00pm 6 Comments

As I set about making a little corner of Think Atheist my own; I've uploaded some of my favourite music to the side bar.

You are welcome to drop by have a listen, say Hello.

The door's open....

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At 11:21am on February 14, 2010, Sydni Moser said…

Hi Richard,

Had to stop you and offer you my Valentine. Hope to see more of you on T/A. Miss you.

At 8:02am on January 13, 2010, Roy The Infidel said…
Kilroy was here. :)
At 10:10pm on July 25, 2009, Michelle Pujols said…
When did you join. It would be great if THINK ATHEIST had a chatroom.
At 6:42pm on July 25, 2009, Pat said…
Hey, thanks for the welcome..I hope you have fun settling in!
At 10:05pm on July 24, 2009, Cat said…
Hey HI!
I hope you like it as much as I. The forums are interesting... though by the time I read them I've nothing to add, but still they're wonderful. Brain candy and all that you know!
At 2:05pm on July 24, 2009, Dave G said…
Oh, one other thing, Richard.

Do you know where your towel is? :D
At 2:00pm on July 24, 2009, Dave G said…
Oooh, I'll have to look up that conversation on cargo cults, I've found the rapid development of those cults and the figure of John Frum to be particularly interesting. What was the phrase the one leader used...something along the likes of you've been waiting 2000 years for your savior, we've been waiting 50 years for ours?
At 1:33pm on July 24, 2009, Dave G said…
I'm on AtheistNexus as well, but I never got as into it as I have the community here.

Personally, I enjoy the forums, we'd had some very good and lengthy discussions there. The blogs are always popular, although you do get the occasional repetition. And there is always the chat, although it ebbs and flows, activity-wise.
At 1:23pm on July 24, 2009, Dave G said…
Richard, welcome to T|A!

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