Citizen Cain offers its roots in London. The entire year was 1982 and Gordon Feenie and Cyrus, having performed together in NEARLY Red Fox, made a decision to put together a fresh group. They recruited Tim Taylor and Resident Cain was created. The group proved helpful together being a three-piece until they split up in 1988. 1990 found a reborn Resident Cain using the lineup getting Cyrus, Frank Kennedy, Stewart Bell, Dave Elam, and Chris Colvin. The group documented a demonstration and their initial album the next year. Cracks had been appearing in the machine even through the recording of this Compact disc (Serpents in Camouflage), though. Next season, the group transformed drummer, guitarist, and bassist, getting nearly an all-new clothing. Their next record, Somewhere but Last night, premiered in 1994. By enough time they were prepared to do another disk, the lineup acquired dwindled to two associates. The resulting record, which wouldn’t normally end up being released until 1997, was entitled Bringing up the Rocks. A compilation of old material known as Ghost Dance arrived before that discharge in 1996.
Awards Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay
Music Songs Prelude, Rain, Litany, Manuscript Reading and Snow Picture, Mother's Sacrifice, Charles Meets Thatcher, Galop, Dissolve, Second Manuscript, Thanks, Bernstein's Narration, Kane's New Office, Hornpipe Polka, Carter's Exit, Chronicle Scherzo, Bernstein's Presto, Kane's Return, Valse Presentation, Sunset Narration, Theme and Variations, Kane and Susan, Susan's Room, Mother Memory, The Trip, Getty's Departure, Kane Marries, Salaambo's Aria, Leland's Dismissal, New Dawn Music, Xanadu, Jigsaws, Second Xanadu, Kane's Picnic, Susan Leaves, El Rancho, The Glass Ball, Finale, The Night, Xanadu Music, Dawn
Albums Deliverance, The Epic, The Epic EP, Scartown Unreleased Classics, Deliverance EP
Nominations Academy Award for Best Picture, Academy Award for Best Director, Academy Award for Best Actor, Academy Award for Best Original Music Score, Academy Award for Best Film Editing, Academy Award for Best Sound Mixing, Academy Award for Best Cinematography, Black-and-White, Academy Award for Best Art Direction-Interior Decoration, Black-and-White, Satellite Award for Best Classic DVD