Tony Longworth | From The Outside Looking In

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From The Outside Looking In

by Tony Longworth

Eclectic Lovecraftian music from dark alternative film composer Tony Longworth. This album features pieces from Longworth’s TV and movie work demonstrating his versatility to span many genres ranging from soundscape right through to industrial.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Wolf At the Door - Open Your Eyes
2:47 $0.99
2. Wolf At the Door - Hit and Run
1:34 $0.99
3. Wolf At the Door - Nowhere to Hide
1:29 $0.99
4. Wolf At the Door - Too Late to Go Back
1:06 $0.99
5. Wolf At the Door - the Hunt Is On
8:50 $0.99
6. Wolf At the Door - Redemption
1:14 $0.99
7. Evil Ever After - Let the Suffering Begin
1:56 $0.99
8. Evil Ever After - Insanity Prevails
3:05 $0.99
9. Evil Ever After - Share the Madness
2:42 $0.99
10. Evil Ever After - One Track Mind
2:05 $0.99
11. Evil Ever After - Shades of Bernie
2:01 $0.99
12. The O-cult - Every Beginning...
1:17 $0.99
13. The O-cult - Necromancer
3:06 $0.99
14. The O-cult - Enchanter
3:43 $0.99
15. The O-cult - ...has An End
2:13 $0.99
16. The O-cult - Sorcerer
2:39 $0.99
17. What The...? - the Big Entrance
2:03 $0.99
18. What The...? - Cutting Some Moves
8:58 $0.99
19. What The...? - Skinflick Time
4:57 $0.99
20. What The...? - the Even Bigger Exit
1:44 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Welcome to 'From The Outside Looking In' a collection of my film & television music from the last couple of years. Hopefully the first of many collections, this particular CD contains an eclectic mix of music due to the simple fact that these pieces were all written for very different projects ranging from comedy right through to horror. Some of the tracks can be appreciated purely as background music, while others are more of the in-your-face variety, but I think all of them stand strong on their own & show the diversity of my compositions.

I hope you enjoy this collection of music, make sure to let me know what you think. I’m always on the lookout for new & exciting projects, so if you’ve got something good on the go, give me a shout.



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I've used many of Flesh Rsonance and Tony Longworth's music in theatrical productions that I've directed. It's evocative and creates a mood that both Tony, I and my audience are in sync with.

I've heard all the albums and all the tracks.

When they put out more music, I want to be first in line to hear it.

Rick Dahl
Artistic Director
Vertigo Theatre Factory
Rochester, MN USA


Tony Longworth's work
I didn't mention that I often use Tony Longorth's and Flesh-Resonance's music to inspire and intensify my feelings while painting.

If you're an artist of any sort, I highly recommend it.

Rick Dahl
Rochester, MN, USA

Christoffer S. Blanco

This is a four way-split album with the same artist.
Part one: Six songs from the movie "The Wolf At The Door", serious dark mood music that I like alot. Like a soundtrack to your own anxiety and inner struggle to keep your mind above the surface of madness. -Give me another "happy pill" please! I wouldn´t mind if these songs were at least 10 min. longer, each.
Part two: Five songs from the movie "Evil Ever After", these songs are modern tunes of horror with a big load of evil into them. While the "The Wolf At The Door" songs make you wanna end your life in one way or another, these songs makes you wanna do evil and horrible things to the ones you love and just sit there and smile and try to make up resonable conclusions and justify why you lost your mind and became a serial killer, metaphorical speaking ofcourse!
The last track of this the second part is really cool as it sounds just like or is almost identical as the intro to a demo that a german thrash metal band called Protector made in the mid 80s.
Part three: Five songs from what I think is from a TV-series. These tracks are all very similar to each other but are all very good. A scary hunting feeling. These songs could also easily fit as the music to a car racing computor game or something like that.
Part four: Four songs from the movie "What The...?" These songs are not in anyway similar to the rest of the album. These are some really experimental jazz, funk, beat, fusion songs of some sort. I´m not familiar with this kind of music and it makes me stressed so I won´t say anything more about it, it´s for others to review.
Overall This is a great album, the first two parts could easily been put on repeat for listening and I agree with Rick Dahl, this is great music to be used while doing something creative, just as him I also play this music while painting. Definitely a recommendable album!


fantastic album
Amazing album. Makes for a great companion piece to, "Beyond the Veil" as well. From the haunting, "Wolf at the Door" tracks to the bizarro Zappa/Elfman-esque, "Evil Ever After" tracks to the downright funk of, "What the...? - Skinflick Time", this album's a perfect display of Longworth's expanding range. I loved the, "O-Cult" pieces as well. Each repeated listening makes me feel like I'm inside an Italian horror flick. Highly recommended!


One of my most favorite Dark Film Composer's of the recent past & the present..
I've been following Tony's works since "way back".. Since his early days, as Bass player with Flesh-Resonance [I might add.. FR is also some really great music] I was immediately drawn into the haunting, dark, surreal, twisted, and sometimes, somewhat morbid sounds of his music. It has always been inspiring to my imagination, when creating my "visual" arts. I have watched as he has evolved with his music, and as he progressed as a dark film composer. His work is most impressive, it is always very "mood altering" and quite "thought provoking"..