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New Signing Announcement: At The Movies Sign with Atomic Fire Records and kick off pre-order for first single

ATOMIC FIRE RECORDS is proud to announce the signing of the scandinavian allstar band AT THE MOVIES, known for their brilliant cover version of movie hits on YouTube during the pandemic time.
”This was a no-brainer”, Markus Wosgien (CEO and label manager Atomic Fire Records) says. ”You simply have to fall in love with their interpretations of all those hits, performed by members of some of my all-time fave bands.” 

Today, AT THE MOVIES kick of the pre-order for their limited 7″ coloured vinyl single ”Last Christmas” (B-Side: „Waiting For A Star To Fall“), set for release on November 19th, 2021. 


Björn "Speed" Strid - Vocals

Linnéa Vikström Egg - Vocals

Chris Laney - Guitar

Morten Sandager - Keyboards

Allan Sørensen - Drums

Pontus Egberg - Bass

Pontus Norgren – Guitar


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19 minutes ago, lettard said:

Nice...its fun for what it is  :)


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2 hours ago, Glen said:

loved the 80s one, less so the 90s one 

So, bring on the 00s?

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Now that they've got a label behind them I'm expecting big things.

I agree with Glen. They got off to a great start with the 80's, but tapered off a bit with the 90's.

The 70's could be interesting. 

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”The Soundtrack of Your Life – Vol. II” out January 22nd through Atomic Fire Records. 

From Atomic Fire Records:

AT THE MOVIES unveil music video for 'Last Christmas' [WHAM! Cover] in celebration of today's 7" release!
Get "whammed" now.
Scandinavian all-star band AT THE MOVIES are set to release two albums, »The Soundtrack Of Your Life - Vol. 2« (featuring movie hits from the 90's) and »The Soundtrack Of Your Life - Vol. 1« (featuring movie hits from the 80's) on January 7th, 2022 through Atomic Fire Records.
Coming into the limelight unexpectedly last year, AT THE MOVIES surprise fans with a video for 'Last Christmas', the title track of their new 7" single as well as the bonus track of the aforementioned »The Soundtrack Of Your Life - Vol. 1« re-issue, today.
Guitarist Chris Laney states: "Oh no! NOT THAT SONG AGAIN?! Have you ever thought that way? I know that I have... and that is why I just felt we HAD to make our ATM version of it, haha. I love X-mas. It's my favorite time of year and I hope this will bring some X-mas spirit to you guys. Pour yourself some eggnog or a glass of glühwein and enjoy!"


»The Soundtrack Of Your Life - Vol. 1« (Re-Release) - Track Listing:

01. Intro

02. No Easy Way Out

03. Maniac

04. St. Elmo's Fire

05. A View To A Kill

06. (I've Had) The Time Of My Life

07. Wouldn't It Be Good

08. We Don't Need Another Hero (Thunderdome)

09. The Power Of Love

10. The Heat Is On

11. The Neverending Story

12. Far From Over

13. Last Christmas (Bonus Track)

»The Soundtrack Of Your Life - Vol. 2« - Track Listing:

01. Waiting For A Star To Fall

02. King Of Wishful Thinking

03. The One And Only

04. When You Say Nothing At All

05. (I Just) Died In Your Arms

06. (You Drive Me) Crazy

07. Heaven Is A Place On Earth

08. Crush

09. I've Been Thinking About You

10. Venus

11. I Want It That Way

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1 hour ago, lettard said:

ffs its 13 EURO for postage...seriously  :( wanted this for my wife...but it can wait for now.

Yikes. Really?

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12 minutes ago, Tabe said:

The tracklist for vol 2 sounds promising.  I'll definitely check it out.

Bud, haven't you already checked it all out? You commented all over the original thread

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Loved the first one... don't think Vol 2. will be quite as good from what I have heard, but will check all of it out

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Its now availble for preorder from eyesoremerch in the uk...£16.99 cd/dvd digi


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On 12/7/2021 at 8:18 PM, lettard said:

Its now availble for preorder from eyesoremerch in the uk...£16.99 cd/dvd digi


£9.99 on Amazon UK

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56 minutes ago, Jez said:

£9.99 on Amazon UK

Aww ffs your jokin'  :) time to cancel and reorder me thinks,thanks Jez  :drink:

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