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Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Goth Beach, Permanent Fire, Making Christmas, You're Dead, Party in my Heads, Almost Together Again, Jolene, War Gospel, and 35 more. , and , . Purchasable with gift card Buy Digital Discography $8.10 USD or more (10% OFF) Send as Gift Share / Embed 1. Phantom 1 04:21 buy track 2. Phantom 2 05:40 buy track 3. Phantom 3 03:10 buy track 4. Phantom 4 03:30 buy track 5. Phantom 5 06:47 buy track 6. Phantom 6 02:02 buy track 7. Phantom 7 05:01 buy track 8. Phantom 8 04:41 buy track 9. Phantom 9 04:36 buy track 10. Phantom 10 05:12 buy track 11. Phantom 11 06:02 buy track 12. Phantom 12 04:10 buy track 13. Phantom 13 03:49 buy track 14. Phantom 14 05:54 buy track 15. Phantom 15 01:17 buy track 16. Phantom 16 04:10 buy track 17. Phantom 17 03:07 buy track 18. Phantom 18 08:06 buy track 19. Phantom 19 07:19 buy track 20. Phantom 20 01:16 buy track 21. Phantom 21 06:47 buy track 22. Phantom 22 05:11 buy track 23. Phantom 23 05:21 buy track 24. Phantom 24 05:09 buy track about Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys PRESENT Phantom of the Opera - Soundtrack performed LIVE at the Music Hall of Portsmouth on 10/28/2015CONDUCTED by Walter SickertAll music by WALTER SICKERT & the ARMY of BROKEN TOYSA SteamCrunk WIREFOREST ProductionA Dirt-Fi Recording recorded with String and Tin Cans********************INSTRUCTIONS********************You can listen to this all by itself - BUT if you listen to this WHILE YOU ARE WATCHING The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari - guaranteed it's MUCH more AWESOME1. Set up your movie player 2. Set up your audio player by downloading the tracks and creating a gap-less playlist3. TURN THE SOUND OF THE MOVIE OFF4. TURN your new playlist of OUR SOUNDTRACK UP TO 11!5. Press PLAY on your MOVIE6. When the screen says "The Phantom of the Opera" - press PLAY on our soundtrackNow sit back with an adult beverage and/or a mind altering substance or two and experience the movie in a WHOLE NEW WAY! $(".tralbum-about").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_about"), "more", "less"); credits released October 28, 2015 .Soundtrack recorded, engineered, mixed and masteredby Joel Simches - Sonic Chocobliss(tm)released 28 October 2015Walter Sickert - Conductor, Vox, Guitar, Effects & ProgrammingEdrie - Accordion, Xylophone, Broken ToysRachel Jayson - Violajojo the Burlesque Poetess - Uke, FluteTJ Horn - DrumsMeff - Guitar, MandolinMike Leggio - Stand-up and Electric BassMary Widow - Broken ToysThe Phantom of the Opera is a 1925 American silent horror film adaptation of Gaston Leroux's 1910 novel Le Fantôme de l'Opéra, directed by Rupert Julian and starring Lon Chaney, Sr. in the title role of the deformed Phantom who haunts the Paris Opera House, causing murder and mayhem in an attempt to make the woman he loves a star. The movie remains most famous for Chaney's ghastly, self-devised make-up, which was kept a studio secret until the film's premiere.With an original score performed live by Boston SteamCRUNK ensemble and RPM Challenge favorites, Walter Sickert & the Army of BRoken TOys. In affiliation with, and a fundraiser for, Portsmouth Halloween Parade. twitter.com/armyoftoys facebook.com/armyoftoys myspace.com/armyoftoys ARMYOFTOYS.com $(".tralbum-credits").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_long"), "more", "less"); license some rights reserved tags Tags phantom of the opera rock steamcrunk steampunk halloween music music hall portsmouth nh silent film soundtrack theatre walter sickert Boston Shopping cart total USD Check out about Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys Boston




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It doesn't happen very often, but I was touched by this film. It's not the first adaptation of the story that I've seen, but it sure is one of the best. In fact, only the silent version starring Lon Chaney beat this version. That version is of course an absolute masterpiece, but I easily dare to say this is one too. It doesn't strictly follow the original storyline as you know it but that alright. You're just staring at it with your mouth wide open (at least, I was...) Claude Rains is just perfect in his role as the phantom. Because of his flawless performance, you feel what he feels and you have get the idea you would take the same actions as he does in this movie. Rains plays Eric Claudin. A rather anonymous violin player in the famous opera of Paris. In all the years he worked there, he grew a strong passion and love for the young and talented singer Christine Dubois. He even wrote a concert for her. But, he's getting older and he gets fired. His only hope now to keep seeing Christine, is to sell his concert and let her sing the main voice. When he gets the idea a production company stole his music, he snaps and attacks a man. During the struggle, Claude gets mutilated horrible by burning acid. From then on he lives in the opera building does everything to make Christine a star...even if that means other people have to die in a brutal way. I can't praise this film enough. It's just perfect in my opinion. The acting, the story, the shock-effects and above all ...the wonderful music. I must admit, if you're not a big fan of opera music, this film will certainly be annoying to you. But hey, you can expect classical music in a version of Phantom of the Opera right ? If you can appreciate a bit of opera singing, this film will have another great extra value to you. I say SEE IT. My humble opinion on Phantom of the opera = 10/10 . A must see !!!


This is a reasonably pleasant remake of "Phantom of the Opera", but that is all. It's not exactly a remake, but more of a re-working of the story, as it bears less semblance to Gaston Laroux's novel than the original film--especially since all the back story they give about how the phantom came to be has NOTHING whatsoever to do with the original story. It's interesting but pays little respect to the source material.The movie is filmed in lovely 1940s Technicolor--not the most realistic, but bright and enchanting nonetheless. But color is NOT the biggest difference between this and the old Lon Chaney film. This new version has a huge emphasis on singing--with lots and lots and lots of music that will enchant opera fans and bore everyone else to death. I really hated the glossy production numbers--they were sumptuous BUT also got in the way of the story. For much of the film, the Phantom seemed ancillary at best--and was more a chance for the studio to show off Nelson Eddy and his co-star.As for the horror, it's so muted and uninteresting that I can scarcely call this a horror film! And, most disappointingly, when the big unmasking scene occurs, you see that the Phantom's face looks pretty nice--so why is the big idiot hiding it under a mask?! I saw nothing of the scary Lon Chaney in this silly Phantom!! I am a devout classic horror fan and really could have cared less about the film--and I felt frustrated that the film just wasn't scary or suspenseful--and that the Phantom really wasn't terribly important to the producers! To me, this film is like a cake from the average grocery store these days--it looks nice but tastes fake! By the way, although the original is by far the best, the early 1960s version by Hammer Films is greatly superior to this 1943 version. It ain't great, but IS still a horror film. Instead, the 1943 version seems too much like a glossier Jeanette MacDonald-Nelson Eddy film with another woman sitting in for Jeanette!!


This 1943 film of Phantom of the Opera has much to like, but also has a lot wrong. Far from a bad film but underwhelming as well considering the talent involved, for fans of opera and visually beautiful films this is for you, for horror fans and purists not so much. Before getting on the many things good about Phantom of the Opera there are things that did let things down. The pacing is plodding too often, not helped by direction that was very skillful but lacking urgency. The comedy scenes vary in effectiveness- too much of it was not very funny really- and would feel much more at home in an Abbott and Costello film, the type of humour did feel out of place here for a story that is essentially a horror drama based on a disfigured man and opera.Nelson Eddy was a wonderful singer, with handsome looks and a nice personal charm but his acting is wooden here, even more so than his performance in Naughty Marietta. And the horror is under-utilised and significantly diluted. The scariest it gets is the phantom's entrance, the death scenes are somewhat silly, with a lack of tense atmosphere and build-ups, and the phantom's face reveal is not shocking enough, even Foster didn't look that shocked.For all the film's problems though, you can't still dismiss it entirely. The lavish production values are just gorgeous to look at and in producing them there is nothing overblown or over-produced about them. It's beautifully shot and filmed as well. The music is sublime too,- then again you are talking to a massive classical music and opera enthusiast who'd if she wanted to would spend hours talking about music, operas and performers she loves- the opera scenes are crucial to the story and are sung, produced and choreographed with so much brio and attention to detail. There are even orchestral pieces like Tchaikovsky's Symphony no.4 adapted into song, that was interesting to hear.Suzanne Foster is beguiling in every single way, and Nelson Eddy gives some of his best ever singing here.(and this is coming from someone who is a big fan of his voice, quite possibly the most beautiful baritone voice on film with Howard Keel too a very close contender). Phantom's entrance and the chandelier scene are very effective, the dialogue is serviceable at the least and some of the romance is sweet. Phantom's back-story was interesting and moving, though it is very understandable why there'd be those who prefer him more ambiguous. Aside from the production values, the best aspect is the subtly menacing yet movingly sympathetic performance of Claude Rains, a really wonderful performance from a screen icon that deserved a better film.Overall, a film of pluses and minuses where either point of view(love or hate, also like, don't care for and mixed feelings) is understandable. 6/10 Bethany Cox


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