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  6. Oh my, I am so sorry. One of the sheep is sleeping. It took me quite some time to find it, so you are officially warned...again. The doll, yep, very hard. Here's the answer ~ Quoting the website ~ This is one of those that you either find it right away or never...LOL. Then there's this one ~
  7. Even with the hint I can't find the doll.. The picture is difficult to look at, and I can't make out much of what is in it. What am I looking for in the sheep?
  8. Earthnut

    Life of a Comet

    Thanks Graham for the update. I knew Libby took a break, just wasn't sure how long. Hope and pray all is well with her. Yes, the episode opening has always been intriguing, and so glad we are discussing it. Mark Hayden posted the "Life of a Comet" video on Vimeo, along with a bunch of others related to MLM and Frank. https://vimeo.com/14998314 The best and most precious people ever are members of this forum. Since I became a member, I was welcomed with open arms, and it has always been my, "Home Away From Home" since. When Mark Hayden was moderator here, he designated Walkabout and I, "Sis Angels" during the holidays one year. Since then, and to this day, we call each other "Sis." Love and huggers to all.
  9. The Old Man

    Life of a Comet

    Hi Earthnut, thanks for the suggestions. I just wondering which video that was? Just to clarify, Libby hasn't retired! She is still co-admin but taking (a well-earned) break. Hi Merowig, thanks for the feedback and suggestions. I was always intrigued by that S2 opening! The episode guide profile page does check for articles and reviews, we wrote it that way in case any news ones get added, and the articles themselves link back to the episode profile. I'll definitely look at adding some extra links to those relevant downloads to make them quicker and easier to find and for other episodes too, good call! @Viivi wrote that great article, we are very fortunate to have her as our resident art expert and @SadEyes as our Mark Snow and soundtracks expert; a formidable team if ever there was one! But don't tell them, they'll want a pay rise.
  10. The doll is very hard to find, especially considering we only see half of her. Hint #1 ~ Here's another one that took awhile, but eventually I saw it. Not as hard as the doll though.
  11. Earthnut

    Snow Files of the Week

    Totally agree, so thankful for the releases, and of course always thankful for you.
  12. Earthnut

    Life of a Comet

    Thanks Alex, appreciate your help.
  13. Merowig

    Life of a Comet

    Thank you! will also definitely order the CDs
  14. SadEyes

    Snow Files of the Week

    Snow Files of the Week: "Search your heart/Passing the Torch" from "Ernest Saves Christmas" (1988). And we continue the celebration of the Christmas spirit with two more tracks from Mark's Christmas score. Mark gets in the mood for Christmas with warm and lush strings and combines that with some big brass moments. While we're waiting for an offical release of this score, let's be happy that there is a promotional release with this wonderful music. Enjoy!
  15. SadEyes

    Life of a Comet

    Don't worry, I got the notification that I was mentioned here. 😄 The piece of of music is definately a track from Mark Snow's score for that episode. You can not only hear his trademark samples, that he also used in The X-Files, but the last third of the track "Headlights" from the first volume of MillenniuM music features some of the music that can be heard under Frank's narration. But the track itself from "Life of a comet" sadly hasn't been released on the two CD sets. The sets are also on Spotify, you can listen to the track "Headlights". A part of "Life of a comet" can be heard at around 02:00 minutes. Of course it is not exactly the same, but that's all there is.
  16. I found all the ones except the doll. Will have to come back to that. Got to take my coughing hacking self out and about today, yuck! THe doll one is gonna be difficult!
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  18. Earthnut

    Life of a Comet

    Glad you found out the information on the artwork. I just didn't have the time to do any extensive searching. I would contact SadEyes (Alex) direct about the music or post in his weekly forum, "Snow Files of the Week.". Not sure if he would see your question here.
  19. Merowig

    Life of a Comet

    Thank you I found meanwhile the answer to the painting question - hidden on the web page https://millennium-thisiswhoweare.net/guide/episodes/articles/201/22/in-awe-of-a-star-identifying-the-artwork-in-the-opening-comet-sequence/ Adoration of the Magi - by Giotto di Bondone I would suggest that the Episode guide page 😉 https://millennium-thisiswhoweare.net/guide/episodes/profiles/201/the-beginning-and-the-end/ Should have more direct links to https://millennium-thisiswhoweare.net/downloads/audio/life-of-a-comet-the-beginning-and-the-end#, to https://millennium-thisiswhoweare.net/guide/episodes/articles/201/22/in-awe-of-a-star-identifying-the-artwork-in-the-opening-comet-sequence/ and to https://millennium-thisiswhoweare.net/guide/episodes/articles/201/15/the-beginning-or-the-end/ and https://millennium-thisiswhoweare.net/guide/episodes/articles/201/19/millennium-to-get-paranormal-look-studio-briefingusa-today/ As people easily miss out that more information is available Have ordered btw yesterday from Amazon that book 🙂 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Star-Bethlehem-Astronomers-View/dp/0691058237/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1544214008&sr=8-7&keywords=star+of+bethlehem Hope it will arrive before Christmas 🙂 @SadEyes do you know perhaps where I can find the background music to the "Life of a Comet" intro? Thank you
  20. Earthnut

    Life of a Comet

    I read in a post here at one time that some of the artwork used in MLM episodes were created by the art department just for the show, and probably why it/they cannot be found posted anywhere else. Mark Hayden, who posted the video 8 years ago, has retired from the forums, but does stop by sometimes. You could leave a message for him, but I have no clue when he will be back. Libby is also retired, but she too stops by to say hi. And of course the main person is our leader, our MLM King, The Old Man (Graham). You can always send him a PM, he's here most every day. I'm betting there isn't anything he doesn't know about the show. As far as the background music, It's probably Mark Snow, and a track that's not on a CD yet, since there is no credit mentioned for that segment. A track by the Talking Heads was used in the episode, and listed in the credits, but it's not by them or it would be on their list. When it comes to Mark Snow music, the person to chat with is Alex (SadEyes), our resident expert, who has a weekly track post in "Snow Files of the Week." If Alex or Graham don't know, nobody knows. Here's the link to the last page of that forum ~ https://millennium-thisiswhoweare.net/tiwwa/topic/25780-snow-files-of-the-week/?page=57&tab=comments#comment-122285 Sorry I can't help anymore then this, but it is a start.
  21. Merowig

    Life of a Comet

    Hello, https://eu.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2018/12/04/comet-46-p-wirtanen-zoom-across-night-sky-next-week/2205179002/ - this years "Star of Bethlehem" led me back to Episode "the Beginning and the End" and its intro - https://millennium-thisiswhoweare.net/downloads/audio/life-of-a-comet-the-beginning-and-the-end - the Life of a Comet The intro has two art pieces - one is the Nativity - the second one was easy identifiable for me as the Bayeux Tapestry http://www.precinemahistory.net/bayeux.htm Can anyone identify though the Nativity scene painting? Moreover has anyone an idea where I can find background music of "the Life of a Comet" intro? Some interpretation/ coincidence from my side on the Intro - it starts with "In Number, there is one for every life which ever was..." Numbers 24:17 reads: "I shall see him, but not now: I shall behold him, but not nigh: there shall come a Star out of Jacob, and a Sceptre shall rise out of Israel, and shall smite the corners of Moab, and destroy all the children of Sheth." Thank you Merowig
  22. It's weird how it goes from one extreme to the other. We either have to search forever to find it, or we spot it right away. Can you find the hidden lollipop? This one was hard. Can you find the hidden doll? I'll even give you a hint. You can only see half of her.
  23. both good . took a few for the fish but found the soccer ball right away .
  24. This image is small, but the only one I could find showing where all 12 of them are. These are a tad easier ~ There's only one little fishy among the rest of these ocean-dwellers. It's hiding somewhere. Can you find it? This one didn't take me long. Can you spot the hidden soccer ball? This one is a tad harder. It's weird too because, once you find it, it stands out like a sore thumb.
  25. I got 6 maybe.... They are smaller than you'd think.
  26. Earthnut

    Snow Files of the Week

    Thanks for the heads up Alex. At eBay it's 14.95 plus standard shipping of 4.45. Would you believe people are selling it at Amazon for 39.99 with 3.89 shipping? There's one used-like new for 18.95 with 3.99 shipping. Hopefully it will still be available after the new year, and maybe by then the prices will drop, since it will be after the holidays. I am definitely one person on the list that loved Omerta. It was heartwarming, and brought Jordan some healing. Definitely it is a big change from all the darkness in most MLM episodes. And the music, oh yes, I so agree, "one of the most outstanding scores in the three years run of "MillenniuM." The vocals are so breathtakingly beautiful that you can almost physically feel them. Another favorite is from "Force Majeure" titled, "All His Children." Oh my. I was thrilled when it was on Mark's MLM Volume 2, Disc 1, track #17. Proud owner of this album, and thank you so much for posting these tracks. They have made my day and going to listen to them again.
  27. SadEyes

    Snow Files of the Week

    There is one copy up for sale on Ebay at the moment. 🙂 Ernest Saves Christmas Snow Files of the Week: "Santos Elves/The Way it was" from "MillenniuM", episode "Omerta" (1998). "Omerta" is the Christmas episode from the third season of "MillenniuM". The story evolves around two young women living in the woods, away from civilization. Their names are Lassa and Rose, Lassa has healing powers. For his score Mark used operatic vocal samples, providing a magical touch to the music. Mark mixes his brooding ambient music with the wonderful theme for Lassa and Rose, making "Omerta" one of the most outstanding scores in the three years run of "MillenniuM". The tracks can be found on the fist volume of music from "MillenniuM", released by La-La Land Records. The volume is limited to 1.000 copies. Enjoy!
  28. Joe just posted this on Facebook , it is both good news and bad ; " My Doctor called to tell me some good news, the cancer Lesions in my liver have decreased in size but the scan showed a new cancer cell has appeared on my humerus bone. I am taken back by this news but I know I must move forward. Thank you all for your prayers and blessings " keep all that positive energy flowing and keep Joe and his family in your heart .
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