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Desc:The 1992 CGI demo tape scored by Jan Hammer
Category:Classic Movies, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:jan hammer, CGI, 1990s, the minds eye, The Lawnmower Man
Submitted:MacGyver Style Bomb
Date:05/02/19
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casualcollapse - 2019-05-02
Those Content IDs are a dumpster fire
Old_Zircon - 2019-05-02
This isn't on here already?
Rosebeekee - 2019-05-02
YES! I loved watching these on YTV between shows in the 90's. This is what got me into Jan Hammer's music. The music and video that starts at 13:54 is called Brave New World. The version that appears on the soundtrack actually has a second half to the music that isn't used here.

There's actually two versions of this. Radio Shack had a version they would play in stores that had different animation. People have put comparison versions up that I recommend watching. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXz-dUteggQ
BHWW - 2019-05-03
I remember seeing ads for this VHS in magazines through the 1990s, magazines like "Sci-Fi Universe", "Cinemafantastique" and "Science Fiction Age", a science fiction magazine (duh) that featured original short stories by various authors, including "big names" and columns on science, artwork, games, movies, and comics and etc. A lot of the advertisements in that particular mag were for dealers in movie/tv prop replica dealers, mail order offers from various publishers big and small, novels, prints from various graphic artists, audiobooks, memorabilia dealers, comic shops, and home video retailers - everything from that hot new "anime" stuff people were talking about, vintage 1950s and 1960s science fiction films, failed TV pilots repackaged as "movies", British sci-fi TV shows most Americans had never heard of, sleazy B-movies and slick looking ads for "Beyond the Mind's Eye".
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