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The September edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, the cover story is an epic, Lord of the Rings-sized looks guessed it, THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING AT RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL, including interviews with Howard Shore, conductor Ludwig Wicki, vocalist Kaitlyn Lusk, and the Brooklyn Youth Chorus. Also in this issue are an exclusive DOUBLE DEBBIE feature: Deborah Lurie on how she incorporated Danny Elfman's themes into her original underscore in 9, and Debbie Wiseman on how she scored lesbian vampires and their assailants in the upcoming DVD release of LESBIAN VAMPIRE KILLERS; updates on James Horner's AVATAR; the conclusion of our TREVOR JONES interview, in which he discusses judging the BAFTAS and much more; a second James Bond THUNDERBALL Score Restore; an elaborate, fun-filled Wong's Turn QUIZ; a groovy Score Internationale; plenty of embedded audio clips and more.
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Two Debbies? Good - it's time someone broke the tyranny of Jameses (Horner, Newton Howard... er...).

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