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Looking for a Soundtrack to Your Next Sexcapade? Here It Is: AUDIO


Dark Entries and Honey Soundsystem are releasing the gay adult film soundtrack work of SF-based musician and producer Patrick Cowley. From their bio on Cowley:

In 1981 Patrick was contacted by John Coletti, owner of famed gay porn company Fox Studio in Los Angeles. John had heard about Patrick's music from the legendary Sylvester and proposed he write music for his films. Patrick jumped on this offer and sent reels of his college compositions from the 70s to John in LA. Coletti then used a variable speed oscillator to adjust the pitch and speed of Patrick's songs in-sync with the film scene.

For Patrick's 63rd birthday, Dark Entries and Honey Soundsystem are presenting a glimpse into the instrumental world of a young genius. These recordings shine a new light on the experimental side of a disco legend who was taken too soon. All proceeds from "School Daze" will be donated to the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, who have been committed to ending the pandemic and human suffering caused by HIV since 1982.

"School Daze" is a collection of Cowley's instrumental songs recorded between 1973 and 1981 found in the Fox Studio vaults. Influenced by Tomita, Wendy Carlos and Giorgio Moroder, Patrick forged an electronic sound from his collection of synthesizers, modified guitars and self-constructed equipment.

Featuring over 80 minutes of music, this compilation contains soundtrack music from two Fox Studio films, "Muscle Up" and "School Daze", never before released on vinyl.

Listen to previews of 11 tracks, AFTER THE JUMP...

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  1. I could see these being used for many scenes in a motion picture soundtrack about the time. "Primordial Landscape" would be perfect for any drug haze situation, or post one night stand. It captures the sensation perfectly. NYC setting of course.

    Posted by: GB | Sep 13, 2013 10:53:11 PM

  2. amazing!

    Posted by: ryan | Sep 13, 2013 11:19:30 PM

  3. After suffering week after week with that boring OXD column and the constant Caca and Glambert postings, this is a breath of fresh air.

    More please. I'll be listening.

    Posted by: don't a tell la | Sep 14, 2013 4:34:00 AM

  4. boom chicka waa waa

    Posted by: Jose Barros | Sep 14, 2013 9:20:13 AM

  5. good stuff. and i have to agree about OXD. i have tried and tried to be open to liking whatever is being served up, but clearly the author's taste is antipathetic to mine.

    Posted by: bandanajack | Sep 14, 2013 9:35:23 AM

  6. this is so much more interesting than anything in the OXD column - i'm a huge music guy, and 98% of that stuff leaves me just bored. this is cool. and yea, so much more than porn music.

    Posted by: kyle | Sep 14, 2013 11:05:53 AM

  7. A Perfect distillation of 70s porn soundtracks. Please feature more artists like this.

    I agree with the above; please dump the OXD column.

    Posted by: SparkPlugz | Sep 14, 2013 12:26:41 PM

  8. While I like this--it's very moog synthesizer--it's very dated and should be compiled for some company like Ultra Lounge or Verve--it's not music that really stays with you. I like OXD, BTW, they present some very good house/electronica music.

    Posted by: woodroad34d | Sep 14, 2013 12:38:10 PM

  9. The people you were with when you heard this music didn't stay with you either. No worries about wedding cakes, and wedding photos.

    Posted by: BG | Sep 15, 2013 1:14:16 AM

  10. You know there's a problem in porn when the guys start talking about the soundtrack.

    And I have enjoyed some porn more for the soundtrack (well, music anyway) than anything happening on the screen.

    Is there any good gay porn any more? It's so boring, no adventure, no romance. Am I wrong to expect either genuine excitement or good acting skills?

    Posted by: Randy | Sep 15, 2013 8:00:21 PM

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