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His works include Dreams of the Rainforest CD, The Planets - 2000 and Beyond CD - soundtrack to Nine Worlds (with Patrick Stewart), a synthesized version of his orchestration of Gustav Holst's The Planets, for which he composed an original movement for the planet Pluto, which was not composed by Holst.
From 1991–93 Brad Spitz was in The Rainmakers, a rock band based in Southern California.
As of August 2008, Spitz is creating DVDs" slated to be released in fall of 2008. For the project, code-named "The Dreams project" he has shot video on location, composed original scores, and engineered his own sound and video.
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