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Date Posted: 21:39:03 10/29/07 Mon
Author: Celebaelin
Subject: Some brief details and links
In reply to: Celebaelin 's message, "Re: Must see (and hear to believe)..." on 21:04:24 10/29/07 Mon

A worldwide epidemic encourages a biotech company to launch an organ-financing program similar in nature to a standard car loan. The repossession clause is a killer, however.

I've now heard some of the music and on first impressions it sounds impactful and rather less shocking than the plot would imply but the content of the stuff I've accessed might be restricted in the sense of self-imposed exclusion of the horror elements. I'm a bit ambivalent (can you be a lot ambivalent?) about mixing music and horror although opera has always had its share of violence and death so you can hardly criticise the concept on those grounds. What I've heard I find quite pleasing though, at least on the first couple of run throughs - I wonder how polished the musical performances will be ultimately or if indeed the style of the work is opposed to removal of some of the rougher edges. What I've heard of the female vocal parts sound impressive enough but at a guess fewer of the male roles will be operatic in style; that wouldn't necessarily a bad thing from my point of view as I personaly don't relish male operatic performances for the most part.

Rock, horror, biotechnology - hmmmm, I wonder who their target audience is?

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