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Eyes Wide Shut - SoundtrackNot got the Midas touch (226 words)
by GroundZero - written on 06/12/00, updated on 06/12/00 (Very useful, 89 readings)
The introduction of Pierce Brosnan as James Bond also heralded a change in the traditional Bond soundtrack. Eric Serra was hired to produce a Bond soundtrack for the 90's, and it is certainly unique, but somewhat controversially, this is the only Bond score not to feature John Barry's famous sequence at all. Bond purists never forgave Serra for this, deeming this sacrilege, and the album is not generally rated as a high point in the history of Bond soundtracks. The album contains a strange mixture, from the Bono-produced title track, sung in true OTT style by Tina Turner to the slow "The Experience Of Love", a great track which ends the movie. The rest ...
Matrix - SoundtrackA Techno Treat (244 words)
by GroundZero - written on 06/12/00, updated on 06/12/00 (Very useful, 86 readings)
The surprise smash hit of 1999, the Matrix was a truly revolutionary film. Although the visual effects and stunts are what grabs the attention, the soundtrack adds hugely to the whole film. A very anarchic, heavy rock feel is instantly noticeable from this album. The opening track, "Rock Is Dead" by Marilyn Manson sets the tone for what is to follow. The Propellerheads track, "Spybreak" is one of my all-time favourites (this is the track playing when the lobby shooting scene takes place), a high tempo techno sounding instrumental. Equally good is the Rob D "Clubbed To Death" track, also used for the Caffreys "Storm Brewing" adverts ...
Matrix - SoundtrackExcellent (188 words)
by live4eva - written on 04/01/01, updated on 04/01/01 (Very useful, 33 readings)
when I was given this I didn't expect much. Seeing Marilyn Manson as one of the Artists further put me off, as I am not a great fan of his. However, I decided to give it a try. I'm glad to say I was very pleasantly surprised by 'Rock is Dead'. Then when the familiar sound of 'Spybreak' came on, and brought back memories of the fantastic fight scenes from the movie, I was hooked. This album may not be what you'd be used to listening to, but the mix of styles is a refreshing break. ...