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The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Mon Jan 08, 2018 12:45 pm
This blog is back! In fact, it is starting over. This time it will be less confusing and a little more organized. Tracks will be posted in order rather than by some random element which I used. (Don`t ask why, I don`t know myself.) Don`t expect spoilers of episodes not yet aired here, but I will post a spoiler alert for current season episodes. A lot of catching up to do, so time to get started! In a way it`s symbolic. The old board is now dead, this new board we resurrected. Which officially makes us walkers now. Shocked

In the first episode of season one we are introduced to Rick Grimes, a sheriff`s deputy, who along with his partner Shane, keeps the law of a small county in the state of Georgia. The episode opens with Rick carrying a gas can and finding a strange little girl at a car pile-up around gas station. Is she sick? He is unsure, but as she comes towards him he feels she is a threat and has to shoot her--in the head. Unknowingly Rick has just killed his first walker. Also unknown to him is the fact that the world as he knows it is about to come to an end. Later on he is shot while chasing some lawbreakers and winds up in a hospital in a coma. It`s when he wakes up from this coma that everything is out of kilter. No hospital staff. No one--except the dead. Some of the dead are dead dead, others--are the walking dead. Confused he makes his way out to the streets. He is mistaken for one of the walking corpses and this is where we meet Morgan Jones and his son Duane, who fill him in on what has transpired over the past two or so months. It is from Morgan where we first hear the term 'walker' when referring to the undead.  Rick is determined to find his wife and son so sets off on his quest, his signature Colt Python strapped to his hip, promising to keep in contact with Morgan. He thinks the best place to look for them is in Atlanta, now a burned out abandoned city that belongs to the dead. Riding a horse it seems symbolic of the sheriff riding into town. He doesn`t find anyone and the walkers soon overwhelm him, taking down the horse. Rick scrambles for cover in a nearby tank and is trapped inside while walkers swarm around on the outside. He does have company inside the tank, a soldier he presumes is dead until the soldier comes to life. He is able to shoot it just in time. That`s where he hears the radio come to life and a someone calling him a dumbass asks if he`s still alive. It is obvious that there are other survivors.

Season 1, Episode 1: Days Gone Bye
Track: 'Space Junk'---Wang Chung

Scene: Rick is caught inside a tank which is surrounded by walkers on the outside.

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on Tue Jan 09, 2018 12:16 pm
In the second episode of Season 1 we find out that Shane Walsh has rescued Rick`s wife Lori and his son Carl. They are with a group of survivors that are camping near a quarry just outside of Atlanta. There`s Amy, Dale Horvath, Carol Peletier and her husband Ed and daughter Sophia, and Jim as well as some other families. In the city are the others on a supply run and it is the voice of Glenn Rhee that Rick hears over the radio in the tank. Glenn helps him escape and he meets up with Glenn, who is with T-Dog, Morales, Andrea (Amy`s sister), Jacqui, and Merle Dixon, all on a supply run. They are now trapped by the walkers on the roof of a tall building and blame Rick for causing them to be in that situation. Merle is a trouble-making racist hothead and Rick has to break up a fight between him and T-Dog. Merle gets so out-of-control that Rick "Officer Friendly" has to handcuff him to a pipe. It is up to Rick to get them out and eventually he comes up with a plan where he and Glenn smear themselves with walker guts in order to get to a truck at a construction site that they spotted from the roof. You have to smell like the walkers in order for them to ignore you. As they are heading towards the truck it starts to rain and the guts wash off. The walkers sense there are living people nearby and Rick and Glenn are chased to the truck. The walkers are also getting inside the building. The others are able to escape, leaving Merle handcuffed on the roof when T-Dog accidentally loses the key.  Glenn provides a diversion with a red sports car, the alarm blaring all the way to the quarry. A tearful reunion happens between Rick, Lori, and Carl. He is also pleased to see Shane and is grateful that Shane rescued his family. Unknown to Rick at this time is that Shane and Lori have developed an intimate relationship because Lori thought Rick was dead.

Season 1, Episode 2: Guts
Track: 'I`m A Man'---Black Strobe

Scene: End credits, Glenn speeds out of Atlanta in the sports car.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:49 pm
Season1, Episode 3 Tell It To The Frogs starts out with a handcuffed Merle Dixon still on the roof. The walkers are moving in on him and he has to find a way to escape. He sees a hacksaw in a dropped bag of tools. Rick and the others arrive at the quarry and Rick is united with Lori and Carl, Shane moving into the background. The others wonder what happened to Merle and when they are told it is obvious nobody is sad that he is gone--except maybe his younger brother Daryl Dixon, who has been out hunting. Shane breaks up a fight between Carol and Ed, who is an abusive husband and father. The biggest worry, however, is telling the news of Merle to his brother Daryl, who is quick to anger, with Dale saying that they are going to have their hands full when he returns. Rick plans to return to Atlanta to go get Merle, even though Lori and a lot of the others are against it. There are screams and everyone realizes a walker has found its way into the camp. They beat on it as it makes a meal out of a dead deer and when they think there might be more the bushes start to move. Shane raises his weapon and a man in a sleeveless shirt appears. He is carrying a crossbow and a dozen dead squirrels, upset that the walker ate his deer. Enter Daryl Dixon. He cusses at the walker and the others asking if they have any brains and tells them the walker can only be killed by a shot through the head, which he promptly executes without hesitation. Now it`s time to tell Daryl about Merle. Of course, he doesn`t react calmly, throwing the squirrels at Rick, going after T-Dog for losing the key, that he has to be restrained in a choke hold by Shane ("Choke hold`s illegal, asshole." Daryl says to Shane.---This is important because of a scene in Season 8.). Rick tells him that Merle doesn`t play well with others and Daryl seems to calm down a bit, understanding perfectly the meaning. Rick, Daryl, T-Dog, and Glenn leave the camp to go get Merle and the bag of Dale`s tools. Back at the camp Shane tries to get closer to Carl, but Lori shuts it down, Shane then gets into it with Ed, who was been abusive towards the women. Ed retreats to his tent, beaten and defeated. In Atlanta, the others return to the roof of the department store only to find a set of empty handcuffs and Merle`s cut-off hand. Daryl doesn`t react well to this.

There were no tracks for this episode, so I will post a couple of tracks composed by Bear McCreary, who does the original music for the show.

Track: 'Main Title Theme (Expanded)'---Bear McCreary



This track is used throughout all of the seasons, but was first introduced in the first Season 1 episode when Rick puts down a torn up walker called 'bicycle girl'.

Track: 'The Mercy of the Living (Full Version)'---Bear McCreary


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Sat Jan 13, 2018 12:16 pm
While the others have gone to Atlanta to get Merle, those who remained at the camp have a fish fry with all the fish that Andrea and Amy caught in the lake at the bottom of the quarry. When they hear a scream they know that they are in trouble and several walkers show up, many getting bitten, including Amy and Jim. Since Merle stole the truck from those who went to Atlanta they had to make their way back to the camp on foot. When they hear the screams they head there at a run. Even though they arrive to give the walkers some fight, it is not in time to save everyone. Those bitten are either dead, which is Carol`s husband`s Ed`s fate, or turn into walkers. Andrea keeps vigil over Amy until she turns then puts her down herself. It is revealed that Jim is bitten. They all decide that maybe a cure can be found at the CDC in Atlanta. Morales decides not to go with them, telling them he and his family will head for Alabama where he has relatives.

Season 1, Episode 5: Wildfire
Track #1: 'Sunshine (Adagio in D Minor)'---John Murphy

Scene: The survivors leave their camp outside of Atlanta.



Track #2: 'Piano Sonata No. 8 in C Minor (Pathetique)'---Ludwig Van Beethoven, composer

Scene: Plays in the background as Dr. Edward Jenner does lab work.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Fri Jan 19, 2018 2:01 pm
Season One concludes with a visit to the CDC where they meet Dr Edwin Jenner, the lone survivor who is still studying the origins and hopefully a cure for the walker virus. The group hopes they have found a permanent home, safe from the world, but time is running out since the CDC runs on fossil fuels and the last barrel of fuel is close to empty. When that happens the CDC will destroy itself as a preventive measure to keep other lethal diseases from being unleashed on the world. At first, Jenner is reluctant to let them out, but he eventually relents. Jacqui chooses to remain behind, not wanting to live anymore in the world as it has become. The others escape and now it is time for them to wander, hoping to eventually find that haven they so desperately crave.

Season 1, Episode 6: TS-19
Track #1: 'Running to the Rain'---Peter Gabriel

Scene: The countdown begins for the 30 minute lock-down after the fuel runs out at the CDC.



Track #2: 'Tomorrow Is A Long Time'---Bob Dylan

Scene: End of show as the group leaves the now destroyed CDC.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Tue Jan 23, 2018 3:24 am
Season 1 trailer and tracks.

Trailer for Season 1 TWD.



Tracks used in the trailer:

Track #1: 'Mr. Splitfoot (In the Darkest Night)'---Paris Motel



Track #2: 'The Sun Ain`t Gonna Shine (Anymore)'---The Walker Brothers


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on Fri Jan 26, 2018 6:22 pm
At the end of Season 1 we saw our intrepid group of survivors barely escape the CDC (Center for Disease Control) in Atlanta when the building exploded. They were basically sent on their way on the open road where the danger is greater as they pin their hopes at finding safety and relief at Fort Benning. Dale`s RV keeps breaking down and when it does break down they find themselves in a car jam. They hide from walkers and Sophia gets frightened and runs away. It is this search for Sophia that will eventually lead them to the farm of Hershel Greene. Rick`s son Carl has accompanied Shane and Rick and when they come upon a deer he is suddenly shot by Otis, who accidentally hits Carl when he was aiming for the deer. They rush him to Hershel`s farm where Hershel, a veterinarian by practice, is able to treat him.

Gradually the others arrive at the farm and hope to make it a base until Sophia is found. Rick, Lori, and Shane come to a head about their relationship, Shane gradually losing his mind. Daryl gets wounded and nearly dies from an accident when searching for Sophia, but he did find her doll, which keeps hope alive. Hershel does not want them there, mostly because he has a secret. By chance it is Glenn who discovers that Hershel is keeping walkers in his barn. Hershel believes the walkers are sick and can be cured rather than being dead and coming back to life. Shane feels this is a danger to the group, particularly Lori and Carl, where Rick is more willing to work with Hershel. Shane finally snaps and opens the barn door, the walkers spilling out and the group goes into action taking them all down, including Hershel`s wife and stepson. There is one last walker, however, that breaks everyone`s heart.

Sophia.

Season 2, Episode 7: Pretty Much Dead Already
Track: 'Sophia`s Return'---Bear McCreary

Scene: Sophia, now a walker, emerges from Hershel`s barn.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Mon Jan 29, 2018 12:36 pm
Since Sophie is discovered to have been a walker hidden in Hershel`s barn, everyone must deal with the aftermath. Hershel is especially affected in that he comes to the realization that the walkers were not people with a disease that needed to be cured, but that they are already dead and have come back to life. After burying his wife and stepson he disappears and is found by Rick and Glenn in a bar going back to his old habit of drinking, something he had given up years ago. Rick and Glenn try to talk some sense into him and in the course Hershel does come around. The point is driven in even more when two men show up out of nowhere and start asking questions, especially if Rick and Hershel have a camp. Rick`s sheriff`s instincts kick in and he knows the two men, and possibly others that are with them, are up to no good. He shoots them on the spot without hesitation.

Season 2, Episode 8: Nebraska
Track: 'The Regulator'---Clutch

Scene: Rick shoots the two men that have stopped at the bar; T-Dog burns the walkers that came out of the barn.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Thu Feb 01, 2018 1:37 pm
Having killed the two strangers in the bar Rick, Glenn, and Hershel decide to return to Hershel`s farm when another vehicle shows up. It is someone looking for the two men Rick had just killed. There is a shootout and some of the others are able to flee. Randall is left behind when he jumps and falls onto a spiked fence and his leg is impaled. Rick, Glenn, and Hershel rescue him as walkers encroach upon them. They`ll have to take him back to the farm to treat him and roughly question him about the others he was with. Now it is time for them to decide what to do with him since they feel he is a danger to them. Shane and Rick decide they have to take him at least 18 miles away from the farm. They will have to bring him back because he knows Maggie, which means he knows where the farm is and can`t be trusted.

Season 2, Episode 10: 18 Miles Out
Track #1: 'Lazy Bones'---Wooden Shjips

Scene: Rick and Shane check to see if Randall`s bonds are tight.




Track #2: 'Civilian'---Wye Oak

Scene: At the beginning of the episode Shane and Rick are bringing Randall back to the farm.




Track #3: 'Driver`s Seat'---Sniff `n` The Tears

Scene: Plays after Rick and Randall save Shane from being trapped in a bus by walkers and then Randall is tied back up and put in the trunk.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Fri Feb 02, 2018 1:54 pm
Sorry I`m taking so long to get these posted. I`ve been reorganizing the tracks from the previous blog which were pretty scattered. I`ve also had to separate tracks from TWD and FTWD into separate categories. Not to mention promos, fan videos, and other stuff and thangs.

As Season 2 came to a close, Shane has gone completely out of his mind and uses Randall to lure Rick into the woods so he can kill him. Carl gets worried and runs away to look for his dad. Rick and Shane finally confront each other in a field and Rick ends up killing Shane. Carl appears and wonders what has happened. When he sees what has happened he raises his gun and aims it at Rick, or what Rick thinks is at him, but when Carl shoots he hits the target behind Rick--Shane as a walker. Since it is night it is time to go back to the farmhouse where the others are waiting. Behind them dimly in the darkness is a large herd of walkers heading in the direction of the farm. Rick and Carl almost make it back before they realize the herd is there and cuts them off from the others. In a daring sequence there is a fight with the walkers where Hershel`s barn is set on fire, Hershel tries to fight them off with his gun. Andrea is separated from the group, but escapes. The others escape in separate vehicles and eventually rendezvous at the car jam we saw at the beginning of the season. During the course of the season Dale is a casualty along with Otis, Patricia, Sophia, Jimmy, and Dale`s RV. Since Shane is gone it looks like Daryl is rising to take his place beside Rick as his go-to right hand man. After they rendezvous they travel for a bit, but realize since winter is coming on they need to find shelter. Little do they know just how close they are to finding it.



Season 2 TWD San Diego Comic Con trailer. (The track used is 'Civilian' by Wye Oak.)



This was used in a trailer on AMC that can no longer be found.
Track: 'I See A Darkness'---Johnny Cash


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on Sun Feb 04, 2018 1:47 pm
Season 2 ended with our survivors going astray from Hershel`s farm when it was overrun with walkers. Season 3 sees them still on the road after having survived winter. Lori will be giving birth soon so they must find a place of shelter. While hunting Rick and Daryl stumble across the abandoned prison that is overrun with walkers. They form a loose plan and once they get inside are able to kill off the walkers in the prison yard. Night descends upon them and they will have to fight their way through walkers in the morning as well as clean out the inside of the prison. Once this is done they settle inside Cell Block C. During this fight Hershel gets bit in the leg, but it is amputated and hopefully in time before he dies and the walker virus takes hold of him. When they fight their way to the cafeteria to look for any food it is to their surprise that they find a small group of prisoners who have been surviving for months, unaware that the whole world has fallen to the walker plague.

Season 3, Episode 1: Seed
Track #1: 'The Parting Glass'---Emily Kinney and Lauren Cohan

Scene:  It is night and the survivors are sitting around a campfire talking about how they are going to take out all the walkers inside the prison facility when Hershel asks Maggie and Beth to sing a song.



Track #2: 'Noisy Sunday---Patrick Watson

Scene: After fighting their way to inside the prison, everyone finds their spot and settles down.


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on Mon Feb 05, 2018 2:18 pm
Since Andrea was separated from the others when the walkers overran Hershel`s farm we find her running from walkers in the woods. At one point she is finally trapped when a mysterious figure with a katana emerges out of nowhere and dispenses the walker with ease. We later realize that the figure is Michonne. With Michonne are two walkers that she uses as 'pets' to camouflage her scent from other walkers. She and Andrea strike up a friendship. After witnessing an accident with a helicopter they are captured by none other than Merle Dixon, who is now working for a man known as 'The Governor'. He takes them to his community called Woodbury. Andrea finds the community a welcome relief, but Michonne has her suspicions about The Governor and wants to leave. Michonne eventually does. Unknown to anyone at this time is that The Governor has many morbid secrets. One is that he keeps his walker daughter Penny locked up in hopes that one day she will be recovered. Another is that he keeps the heads of walkers in aquarium tanks.

Season 3, Episode 5: Say the Word
Track: 'Etude No.3 in E Major, Op.10 "Tristesse"'---Fredric Chopin, composer

Scene: Plays while The Governor is brushing walker Penny`s hair.


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on Tue Feb 06, 2018 12:45 pm
At the prison Lori has given birth to Judith and dies, Carl having to shoot her in the head before she turns. Due to this Rick basically goes out of his mind. Glenn and Maggie go out on a run to get baby formula and get captured by Merle, who was sent to go after Michonne, who has left Woodbury and is hiding when she sees them get captured and ends up taking the baby formula to the prison herself. The Governor is trying to find out if a person`s consciousness still exists after they die in hopes of saving Penny. Milton Mamet is a doctor that has been conducting the experiments.  Merle beats up Glenn and when it comes time to question Maggie, The Governor takes over. When he gives the impression that he is about to rape her she gives away the location of the prison. Merle also knows that Daryl is still alive and wants to reunite with his brother, but The Governor says no. With Michonne`s information, a rescue attempt will be made on Maggie and Glenn. The Governor also wants the prison to be scouted out. He berates Merle and questions his loyalty.

Season 3, Episode 7: When the Dead Come Knocking
Track #1: 'It Could Happen to You'---Jo Stafford

Scene: Plays when The Governor and Andrea enter the lab where Milton is working on Mr. Coleman, who is about to die.



Track #2: 'Long Ago and Far Away'---Jo Stafford

Scene: Plays after Mr. Coleman has died and turns into a walker.


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on Wed Feb 07, 2018 2:11 pm
Things in Woodbury get crazier when Rick and some members of his group attack to rescue Glenn and Maggie. Even though Michonne is new to them, it is she who guides them, then goes out on her own. Her goal is to kill The Governor and she makes the surprising discovery about Penny and the walker heads in the aquariums. The Governor walks in just as she is ready to kill Penny and when she does, they both engage in a fight where Michonne takes out one of The Governor`s eyes.  At the prison Sasha, Tyreese, Ben, Allen, and Donna arrive. They are kept in the cafeteria until Rick returns. Glenn and Maggie are rescued but Daryl is still missing when they wait outside of Woodbury. In an arena where fights between Merle and Martinez are staged with walkers, The Governor assembles the residents together to inform them about the attack. He declares Merle a traitor and brings a new prisoner into the arena. It is Daryl, who has been captured. "You wanted your brother," The Governor says to Merle, "now you got him." The crowd cheers for blood as the episode ends.

Season 3, Episode 8: Made to Suffer
Track: 'Bye, Baby Bunting'---Raya Yarbrough

Scene: Playing as The Governor visits his daughter trying to calm her.



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Season 3, Episode 5: Say the Word
Track: 'Saturday Night Special'---Lynyrd Skynyrd

Scene: Walker arena song played when Merle and Martinez prepare to fight.


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on Thu Feb 08, 2018 2:09 pm
A reunited Daryl and Merle must fight to the death in The Governor`s arena,  but Rick, Glenn, and the others are able to rescue Daryl in time. They leave Woodbury and Daryl decides to go with Merle since Merle won`t be accepted back at the prison after what has happened with Glenn and Maggie. Rick still is hallucinating after the death of Lori and sees visions of her at the small cemetery and outside the fence. Hershel begs him to come back because they need his leadership, certain that The Governor will retaliate. Andrea escapes Woodbury and goes to the prison to hopefully try to patch things up between the two groups.

Season 3, Episode 11: I Ain`t a Judas
Track: 'Hold On'---Tom Waits

Scene: The final scene of the episode, Beth starts singing this to the others then it segues into the actual track.


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on Fri Feb 09, 2018 1:36 pm
Even though Daryl and Merle went away together it doesn`t sit right with Daryl. He and Merle argue and it comes to a head after they help some strangers who are being attacked by walkers. Merle comes to the realization that Daryl does not live in his shadow anymore and has become his own man. Daryl decides to go back to the prison and Merle somewhat reluctantly follows him. Meanwhile after Andrea`s visit Rick has wandered outside the prison fence chasing after a vision of Lori. He gets caught when The Governor and Martinez attack. A truck knocks down the gate and releases a bunch of walkers into the yard. Since Hershel was talking to Rick he gets trapped, but Glenn is able to rescue him. Michonne proves her worth as well when she helps clear the path of walkers for Hershel`s rescue. While Rick is fighting off a walker and is almost overwhelmed by it, the bolt from a crossbow goes right into the walker`s head. Daryl has returned and he and Merle help Rick escape and they make it back inside the prison. Even though Merle isn`t too welcome at the prison, Daryl won`t leave him behind. Merle does prove to be valuable in that he knows what The Governor is like and says he will attack again. Rick decides they will need more weapons. He still doesn`t trust Michonne so he takes her and Carl with him on a road trip to his old stomping grounds when he was a sheriff in search of more weapons. He doesn`t find any any the old police station so decides to search the town. The three of them come across a strange sort of fortress and are shot at, only to discover that it is Morgan, who is now out of his mind. He has an arsenal of weapons in the apartment where he has holed up. Carl and Michonne also bond and Carl eventually decides that she is okay and should stay with them at the prison. They take as many of Morgan`s weapons as they can and head back to the prison to prepare for The Governor`s eventual attack.

Season 3, Episode 12: Clear
Track #1: 'Morgan`s Despair'---Bear McCreary

Scene: Morgan tells Rick of his son`s death.




Track #2: 'Lead Me Home'---Jamie N. Commons

Scene: Rick, Carl, and Michonne drive back to the prison.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:00 pm
Things between Rick`s group and The Governor intensify. Andrea is able to set up a meeting between Rick and The Governor to try and work things out. But Rick knows The Governor is lying and has no intention of negotiating for peace. His ego and insecurity just won`t allow it.

Season 3, Episode 13: Arrow in the Doorpost
Track: 'Warm Shadow'---Fink

Scene: Rick, Hershel, and Daryl go back to the prison to talk to everyone. The Governor tells Milton and Martinez his plans.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Sun Feb 11, 2018 12:41 pm
Andrea is finally fed up with The Governor when she realizes he has no intention of keeping the peace with Rick`s group, but intends to attack instead. He tries to foil her attempt to leave, but she manages to get out of Woodbury so she can go to the prison to warn Rick and the others. Secretly The Governor is preparing a place to torture Michonne when she is captured. When he hears of Andrea leaving he pursues her on his own. There is an intense chase through a warehouse, but Andrea manages to get out, hoping The Governor perished when she inundates him with walkers. She finally reaches the outside of the prison and tries to signal to Rick, but is surprised when The Governor shows up. Back at Woodbury his pit of walkers has been burned. Milton pleads for Andrea`s release, but to no avail.

Season 3, Episode 14: Prey
Track: 'You Are the Wilderness'---Voxhaul Broadcast

Scene: End of episode where we see Andrea tied to the dentist chair in The Governor`s torture chamber.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:32 pm
Part of the deal that The Governor and Rick made was that if Rick would turn Michonne over to him he wouldn`t attack the prison. In hopes that The Governor might be sincere Rick at first decides to do just that and talks to Merle about doing the deed. Rick later changes his mind, but it is too late. Merle has already knocked Michonne out and tied her up and is on his way to The Governor. Since coming back to the prison Merle has tried to prove his value to the others, mostly for his brother`s sake, but he has a difficult time of it. Daryl would like nothing more than to have his brother back, but even Merle realizes he is not suited for what Rick`s group represents. When asked to take care of the Michonne situation he mentions something to Rick about him being the one to do the dirty work. On the trip to Woodbury Michonne gets to Merle by asking him what did he do before Woodbury, pointing out that the people he killed was all for The Governor and not for any other reason. Merle has no real answer, but he suddenly cuts her bonds and sets her loose telling her there is something he`s got to do. Daryl goes after Merle on foot and runs into Michonne. He is baffled when she tells him what has transpired. Merle has gone to the feed store lot where the transaction was to take place. He uses loud music to attract walkers and hides in one of the warehouses to await the arrival of The Governor. He opens fire on The Governor`s men, hoping to kill The Governor in the process. The Governor tracks Merle down in the warehouse and shoots him in the stomach. Daryl finally catches up to Merle only to find him as a walker. Taking out all of his frustration with his brother both in anger and in tears, Daryl kills walker Merle, losing the only family member he ever had.

Season 3, Episode 15: This Sorrowful Life
Track #1: 'Turn It Up'---Ted Nugent

Scene:  Merle is in the car leading the walkers to where he plans on ambushing and killing The Governor.




Track #2: 'Fast and Loose'---Motorhead

Scene: Merle is sitting in a car drinking a bottle of liquor as walkers pound on the outside of the car.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Tue Feb 13, 2018 2:23 pm
The Governor is busy in this episode. He discovers that it is Milton who torched the walkers in the walker pit, so he beats him up and stabs him. Since Michonne fails to show up he ties Andrea to the dentist chair instead and leaves her alone in a room as Milton slowly dies. He attacks the prison and is surprised at first to find it empty, but Rick`s group is in hiding and manage to ambush him. The Governor eventually retreats because he has lost and completely loses it in the end by shooting the rest of his troops due to what he sees as their disloyalty. He takes off with Martinez and Shumpert. Rick, Michonne, and Daryl head to Woodbury only to find that Andrea has been bitten by walker Milton and is dying. After she dies they return to the prison with her body and the refugees from Woodbury.

Season 3, Episode 16: Welcome to the Tombs
Track: 'The Pulse'---Bear McCreary

This track is often used throughout the series but started in Season 3.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Wed Feb 14, 2018 1:23 pm
Trailer time!

San Diego Comic Con trailer and track TWD for Season 3




Track: 'Black'---Kari Kimmel




On-air trailer and track Season 3 TWD




Track: 'Last Man Standing'---People in Planes




This was used in a Season 3 trailer that is no longer available.
Track: 'Love Bug'---Baby Bee


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Thu Feb 15, 2018 1:36 pm
Season 4 rolls in quietly as Rick tends to a garden. Some time has passed since they took in the refugees from Woodbury and the prison seems to be forming quite a community. They also have taken in stragglers that were found when on runs. Everyone learns what it means to keep the prison safe, especially taking care of the walkers at the fence. It seems a supply run is necessary and Daryl takes some people with him to a mall where the supply run goes south when a crashed helicopter collapses the roof and walkers spill out of he hole. There is the first casualty after time of going on without any. Carol secretly educates the children about using knives. At the end of the episode we see the beginnings of the nightmare to come.

Season 4, Episode 1: 30 Days Without An Accident
Track: 'Precious Memories'---The Stanley Brothers

Scene: Rick is listening to this over headphones as he tends to the garden.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Fri Feb 16, 2018 1:40 pm
One of the refugees from Woodbury, Patrick, is sick and dies in the shower. Of course, we know what happens when someone dies. People are unaware that anything is wrong. Walker Patrick wanders around, distracted by coughing and bites some people. So it begins, the prison is sent into chaos by walkers from the inside and people are starting to get sick from some sort of virus that they got from the pigs. Walkers are also coming in from the outside where pushing against the fence has weakened it. The carcasses of rats are also seen by the fence. Tyreese, who has been wooing Karen, finds a trail of blood from her cell and follows it, finding the burnt corpses of Karen and David.

Season 4, Episode 2: Infected
Track #1: 'I Don`t Want to Grow Up'---Tom Waits

Scene: Beth is singing this to Judith as a lullaby.




Track #2: 'I Got You Under My Skin'---Frank Sinatra

Scene: Tyreese is singing this to himself as he is taking a bouquet of flowers to Karen right before he discovers that she has been burnt to death.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Sat Feb 17, 2018 12:44 pm
The virus goes rampant and those that are sick are quarantined, while the children are isolated in the administration building. Medical supplies are greatly needed so Daryl, Michonne, Bob, and Tyreese go on a run to a veterinarian college to get the needed medicine. Rick discovers that it is Carol who burned the bodies of Karen and David. He decides he must banish her. More walkers try to get inside the fence and since the pigs were the cause of the virus he distracts the walkers by using the pigs as bait outside the fence. Dr. Subramanian and Hershel are the only two doctors and Dr. S is getting sick.

Season 4, Episode 4: Indifference
Track: 'Serpents (Demo)'---Sharon Van Etten

Scene: End credits.


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Re: The Many Moods and Music of The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead

on Sun Feb 18, 2018 1:30 pm
The epidemic at the prison gets worse. Sasha and Glenn are sick. The walkers at the fence are pushing it in more and more and since there are so many people now dead or sick, it is up to Maggie and Rick to try and hold them off. Daryl, Michonne, Tyreese, and Bob run into trouble with a herd of walkers, but are able to eventually get the medicine. They hope they will be able to get back in time. With Dr. S dying it is now only up to Hershel to take care of all the sick and the dead in the quarantined cell block. He closes and locks people in their cells as they wait for the inevitable, but he is unable to get to everybody in time since Sasha and Glenn are having a hard time breathing and Hershel has to fight off those who have turned into walkers. Maggie eventually breaks down the window to help him out. Daryl and company finally arrive with the medicine and they are able to help any remaining survivors. Rick realizes he needs Carl`s help at the fence, especially when the walkers finally break through. With assault rifles they are able to take them down. By morning things are finally starting to look up as Rick and Carl tend to the garden. Michonne asks Hershel if he would like to help her take dead bodies outside the fence the burn. Secretly watching them is The Governor, who disappeared after Woodbury.

Season 4, Episode 5: Internment
Track: 'Outs In the Water'---Ben Howard

Scene: When someone falls and dies, Hershel has to make his first mercy kill. Rick says he has to tell him about exiling Carol. Hershel opens up his Bible and sobs.


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