Fast, Cheap and Out of Control is the 2008 follow-up album to HK119's 2006 eponymous debut. The album was released through One Little Indian Records on 28 September 2008 in the United Kingdom. The album was a significant upgrade from the harsher, lo-fi sounding debut.
Sites: ultravioletsound. Fast, Cheap And Out Of Control (CD, EP). Not On Label (Ultraviolet Sound Self-released).
I shot a sketch that that was actually adapted from a scene in the "Fast, Cheap & Out of Control" script, and it's online! The characters are not exactly the same, nor are the actors (Michael Beardsley plays the "Evan" character, with a different name).
Errol Morris's Fast, Cheap, and Out of Control is a very unconventional documentary in which four men - a lion tamer, a topiary hedge maker, an expert on naked mole rats, and a robotician - describe their work. Calab Sampson's wonderful soundtrack of upbeat but mischievous orchestral pieces fits the visuals well. Caleb Sampson certainly joins the ranks with Philip Glass as one of the 'great' minimalist film scorers. Delighting in the macabre, the cliched, and just as often the spellbindingly poingant, Sampson's sense of the deep meaning in Morris's poetic documentary comes through in every note. Eternal Future is the most affecting music paired with film I've ever heard.
Rodney Allen Brooks (born 30 December 1954) is an Australian roboticist, Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science, author, and robotics entrepreneur, most known for popularizing the actionist approach to robotics more .
What do people think of Fast, Cheap & Out of Control? See opinions and rankings about Fast, Cheap & Out of Control across various lists and topics. It profiles four subjects with extraordinary careers: Dave Hoover, who is a lion tamer; George Mendonça, who created topiaries at Green Animals Topiary Garden in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, including giraffes made out of boxwood; Ray Mendez, a hairless mole-rats expert; and Rodney Brooks, an . scientist who has designed bug-like robots. The film's musical score is by composer Caleb Sampson, and is performed by the Alloy Orchestra. It is characterized as circus-like, sometimes frenzied or haunting, and features percussion to give it a metallic, technological or futuristic flavor