Ok, so having listened to Unearthing... I had originally been interested because I'm a big fan of the two who composed the score, which I thought suited it, but was not what I was expecting, and found it a bit underwhelming. I was hoping for something that would work well as stand alone music, but whatever. I figured the actual reading would be interesting, but wow, that was intense. I was a bit confused for about the first five minutes and then I found it's groove and ran with it. Before I knew it, it was over and I was wondering if I had just been taken briefly from my body. Really stellar, and I'm excited to hear/see/experience the follow-up to it.
I haven't gotten my copy of Unearthing yet, I'm anxiously awaiting it's arrival, but I feel obligated to clear up the music aspect of it... all music was composed by the group Crook&Flail. Featured on the soundtrack are Mike Patton, Stuart Braithwaite, Zach Hill and Justin Broadrick. They contributed, but they didn't compose any large portions of it. /irritation
Just listened to the Unearthing -audiobook. Not a huge Alan Moore follower, but mainly because the score (Brilliant, experimental and moody ambience from Justin Broadrick) but the story itself was more intriguing than I had thought. Definately worth the two hours.
"Dummy" from THE BIRTH CAUL - amazing stuff - "up picked and downput we are"! Been reading him since "The Anatomy Lesson", bought off the stands years ago. The man is phenomenal, changed and influenced my life so many ways. Comics, spoken word, VOICE OF FIRE - Thank you, Mr. Alan Moore - you made life better for me!