The original score to The Manifestations of Ray Galle was composed in a few days and performed and recorded entirely by Chris and Chris of Ray's Apathy. There's a strong theme throughout the tracks, and they fit perfectly with the awkwardness of the main character and his "condition."
The tracks range from the strong and full theme of Wake Up and See Things to the bare and simple last track of 105. Hopefully you can find a creative use for the tracks in your project or build on top of what is already there.
Admittedly, 2cent Dime for A Penny's Thought was one of the strangest films we've ever made. Based on the short story by P.J. Jenkins, the film follows four individuals who...nevermind. In keeping with Mr. Jenkins' very strange style and storytelling, each track is named after a day, which has to do with a character, which has to do with a theme, which has to do with...nevermind.
Nobody knows what happened to P.J. Jenkins. He was a reclusive guy anyway, and we only had the pleasure of meeting him once. Even then, some rumor that he sent a body double, or an android, because Mr. Jenkins has not been seen since the 60's. Only one blurry photograph of him exists. He will forever remain a vague mystery, much like this film.
Enjoy the score, composed in two days in a basement with no chairs and the main theme influenced by Jon Brion. It came out to be one of our favorite scores.