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Joseph Conlan

Highest Rated: 100% Sanctuary (2016)

Lowest Rated: 13% Spiders (2013)

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Composer Joseph Conlan created synthesizer-based scores for TV programs in the 1980s and 1990s. Born in Brooklyn, Conlan grew up in Los Angeles where he was inspired to pursue his future profession after reading the book "Scoring for Film" by Earle Hagen. Conlan honed his craft writing jingles for radio commercials, and eventually met Hagen. Conlan got one of his first jobs in television collaborating with composer Mark Snow ("The X-Files") on the TV series "Simon and Simon." Conlan later worked on the sci-fi Western "Outlaws" and the crime drama "The Equalizer." But his most notable work was for the 1980s Vietnam War series "Tour of Duty." Using synthesizers, Conlan created an eclectic soundscape that collaged elements of '60s rock, Southeast Asian instrumentation, and contemporary keyboard swells to forge a unique sound that was both contemporary and appropriate for its era. After the show wound down in 1990, Conlan became a prolific composer for TV movies: "A Quiet Little Neighborhood, a Perfect Little Murder" (1990); "Menendez: A Killing in Beverly Hills" (1994); and "Every Mother's Worst Fear" (1998) are a fair sampling of that decade's offerings.

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Credit
100% 75% Sanctuary Original Music - 2016
13% 11% Spiders Original Music - 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Callback Queen Original Music - 2013
No Score Yet 76% Amish Grace Original Music - 2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet Deadly Honeymoon Original Music - 2010
No Score Yet 18% Shoot the Hero Original Music - 2010
No Score Yet 23% My Nanny's Secret Original Music - 2009
No Score Yet 27% Mansquito Original Music - 2005
30% 51% Finding Home Original Music - 2003
No Score Yet 45% Stealing Christmas Original Music - 2003
No Score Yet 39% Obsessed Original Music - 2002
No Score Yet 62% Holy Joe Original Music - 1999
No Score Yet No Score Yet My Stepson, My Lover Original Music - 1997

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