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October 14 2010

LA Times interview Remains music video director Anton King, talks about Dollhouse. The music video, shot by King, Dichen Lachman and Enver Gjokaj for fans is currently number 9 on Youtube charts. Additional writes up at io9, Wired, SFX Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter and the New York Post.

October 12 2010

'Remains' - the official music video, made by Dollhouse cast members. Created to celebrate the Dollhouse Season 2 DVD release. Fantastic.

June 18 2010

Dollhouse Composer Rob Simonsen Uploaded Another Score Piece To His Myspace Profile. It's called "Taking Down Rossum". In related news, Jed tweeted that he aims to release an album next month, which is supposed to include his song "Drones" from the Dollhouse season two episode "Belonging".

November 22 2009

Remains Dance. Fans put together a dance to Remains! (via MoTancharoen's twitter)

July 26 2009

(SPOILER) Radio Askew podcast talks to Jed Whedon. A phone interview conducted on the first day of shooting Dollhouse Season 2. They talk about "Epitaph One", the show in general (and it's retooling), Dr. Horrible, Twitter, Comic Con and Jed's music. The only spoilers are about the setting and casting of "Epitaph One". More...

July 23 2009

Maurissa Tancharoen & Jed Whedon's "Remains" Available From iTunes! Those who would not, could not download the song that closes "Epitaph One" from Amazon now have an alternative.

July 20 2009

"Remains" (the song at the end of 'Epitaph One') available at Amazon.com. For $0.99 you can get Maurissa Tancharoen & Jed Whedon awesomeness in mp3 format. It's also available at Amazon.co.uk.

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