Zombie Soundtrack – K.B. Cutter

Amber Green being very busy with editing (crazy busy!), we’re jumping ahead to K.B. Cutter‘s zombie soundtrack for his story Undead Reflections in a Jaundiced Eye.

K.B is clearly a bit of a music buff. He sent almost a dozen songs for his part of the soundtrack. The songs were separated into two parts, songs in the story, and music which provided inspiration. Due to space limitations, I’m going to share the list of six songs in the story (with links! thank you K.B.!) and embed videos for his inspiration pieces.

These are the six songs from Undead Reflections of a Jaundiced Eye. Rather an eclectic bunch. Those of you who have already read the story will recognize these. Click on the name to be taken the the youtube video:

Leonard Cohen: Hallelujah

Billy Joel- You May be Right

Madonna-Like a Prayer

R.E.M. End of the world as we know it

Tom Jones Mamma told me not to come

30 Seconds to Mars This is War

Truly interesting are the inspiration pieces.

Vivaldi’s “Storm”

Richard Cheese “Down with the Sickness”

The Thing Soundtrack 08 – Humanity (Part II)

Silent Hill 2 OST – Theme Of Laura

A diverse playlist indeed. Thank you, K.B., for adding to our soundtrack!

About Ellie Heller

I write stories tingling with magic, romance and suspense. So many ideas, so little time.
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3 Responses to Zombie Soundtrack – K.B. Cutter

  1. KB says:

    Music is an integral part of my life. I do have an eclectic taste. Don’t like to limit myself to one particular style. Hope folks enjoy my selections!

  2. Ellie Heller says:

    Funny thing is I have all but one of the songs from the story on my Ipod, and I’d never head of all but one of the inspiration pieces. Odd symmetry, that. Thanks for sharing!

  3. kbcutter says:

    It is an odd selection, at a glance, but if you knew how my twisted mind works, it’ll all make sense.

    Kinda . . .

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