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L.A.NOIRE

Here is a clip "Elsa sings' from the very stylish Rockstar Games Blockbuster 'L.A. Noire' with "Torched Song' - one of three songs I wrote and recorded for the game sung by Claudia Brucken of Propaganda.  The others are 'Guilty' and 'I Always Kill the Things I Love'.  I am not a gamer myself but I am a fan of Elmore Leonard and of course the period itself so they were a pleasure to write.  All the reviews of the game I have read say it is amazing  so I am contemplating getting in a take away burrito and hunching down with a console myself to solve some murder mysteries soon.

12 comments:

Aynsley said...

i can't wait to hear them all.

spillyjane said...

Congratulations -- I've just picked up all three on iTunes. Now that my day will be properly soundtracked, I hope to have a productive one indeed.

You might want to acquire a second burrito and a case of energy drink as well -- I've heard that those games can swallow one's life whole.

Daria said...

yeah yeah yeah, another TRTW song. But what is really at question here is: Where do you find a proper burrito in London?
:)

clerkenwell kid said...

Haha - now that would be a mystery worth solving.
We have these terribly feeble Tex Mex places called Nandos - you wouldn't like 'em

Daria said...

remind me the next time i come over to bring an extra suitcase of mexican food...

clerkenwell kid said...

Just bring a Mexican chef - good looking of course

paulo said...

Ooh, I shall have to download them from emusic at some point.
Seeing as it's The Rapture today, I have just started listening to Live At The End Of The World. Shame it's not on spotify or some such to share with the rest of the world in these end times.

clerkenwell kid said...

Paulo. You know that dude is seriously delusional.

Everyone knows the world will end February 14th 2012.

That album was recorded the evening before and beamed back in a dream.

We must get it on Spotify before the end.

spillyjane said...

Hm. I'm still going to London next March.

paulo said...

Let's hope that the press give as much attention to the real end of the world next Valentines day then!
Boy, do I feel a right fool listening to Live At The End Of The World yesterday! Maybe even more foolish than that Rapture-claiming chap must be feeling today.

clerkenwell kid said...

Well, I hoped you enjoyed it anyway. The world end's every night when we fall asleep right?

Bu that guy is going to have some explaining to do today. I wonder if he emptied his fridge.

Would you be relieved it's all still here- or mildly disappointed?

What do you do when you know the end is upon us? - Best to carry on as normal Jane I think

spillyjane said...

The world can't end -- I'm not done with it yet.

It was clear from the outset that nothing was going to happen -- but even so -- my inner Medieval Peasant rejoices today.