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I Am Number Four [Soundtrack]

Trevor Rabin Audio CD
2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (May 23, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Varese Sarabande
  • ASIN: B004V7XWSU
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #178,424 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
Trevor Rabin has been writing movie musical scores successfully since leaving his popular rock band Yes (as a frontman, guitarist & singer-songwriter). His new CD release (21 tracks) is a movie score (soundtrack) to the movie 'I Am Number Four'. While many movie musical scores tends to lose momentum around track 10 (generally additional tracks showing 'less difference' from what you heard before), Trevor Rabin is rather innovative in using keyboard pick-ups or guitar/bass sound & melody to prevent/limit similarity of sounds/'boredom' & monotony in different tracks (but this is quite challenging though). Stand-outs/gems/solid tracks are "Who We Are" (wonderful alternate keyboard & guitar pick-ups among great orchestral sound) & "Going To A Party" (quite melodical orchestral sound). Weak/okay tracks are "Finding Henry" (orchestral sound) & "Henry Dies" ('wavy' orchestral sound). Great tracks include "Welcome To The Jungle" ('typical movie score' sound : orchestral eerie galloping sound, quite melodical), "# Ashed" (up & down flowing melodical orchestral sound), "Water Vision" ('racy' sound), "Getting To Know Sarah" (slow orchestral sound with some great keyboard sounds), "OK,We'll Stay", "VI To The Rescue" ('bubbling' water sounds, buzz & scary door opening sounds), "IV And Sarah To Escape" (scary 'racy' orchestral sound), "Pack You Things" (wavy sound ranging from 'light' to buzzing sound), "Mog Shop And Feed" ('typical movie score : scary/expectation sound), "Hit Me With Your Lumen" (slow 'racy' eerie sound), "Forest Fight" ('racy' high pitched & buzzy sounds), "Darkroom Lumenary", "Rising From Ashes", "Warehouse Search" (great keyboard pick-ups & melody), "Commander Explodes" (a 'racy'noisy galloping sound), "Quarterback Intuition" (slow 'wavy' sound & some great keyboard pick-ups) & "We Know Where You Go". Trevor Rabin belongs to the big league of great musical scores including Hans Zimmer & Mark Mancina, 'I Am Number Four' CD is a recommended musical score listening.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars EGADS, I'VE BEEN DUPED! (TOO!) March 16, 2012
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I know I should know better, but I ass-umed this was the ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK AND NOT JUST THE ORIGINAL MUSICAL SCORE SOUNDTRACK! My fault for not paying attention.
Now, I happen to like Trevor Rabin and I'm sure it was a lot of work, but it only deserves two stars. This "soundtrack" has no memorable, catchy cliche (theme) to it. Think of the score to Goldfinger & the catchy James Bond theme (not the song wonderfully performed by Shirly Bassey, which contains the catchy theme). I bet you can still hear it now!
One star for effort, One for performance.

Would never had purchased it if I knew it didn't contain the many great tunes by; The Kings of Leon, Black Keys, Adele, Rockwell, The Xx, Temper Trap, Jimmy Eat World, Beck (not Jeff), Zac Brown, & Civil Twilight.

My Bad.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Even For Rabin Fans This Score Falls Flat September 19, 2011
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Trevor Rabin is definitely one of those composers who I adore since he was such a big part of my soundtrack collection growing up. However sometimes I wish he would get better projects because every now and then something like this comes along and you ask "why?". Now, while he may compose some pretty bad movies that doesn't mean his scores aren't. His scores for National Treasure, Race To Witch Mountain and The Sorcerer's Apprentice are absolutely great action scores. I Am Number Four however is not among those great fun scores. This time around we are void of any real thematic grounding and we spend too much time wallowing in dreary melodrama.

Rabin's sound is very distinctive and you can point him out within a few notes, but what I always loved about Trevor Rabin was his thematic sensibility. This time around we really don't get that defining theme and unfortunately that leaves the score wandering without focus for most of the time. Now and then during the action cues we feel some sort of progression but it never really lasts. The tracks are quite short with only a handful breaking the three minute barrier. With that being said the action tracks are merely short bursts of hard electronics with some signature strings. The soundscape does have an identity though and it makes the listening experience passable, but if you're not a die hard Trevor Rabin fan like me then I doubt you will revisit this score very often or at all.

We know Trevor Rabin is capable of awesome stuff, which makes it disappointing when I hear something like this. I can't blame him for the terrible source material that he has to compose for but I've seen him work magic before on some dreadful flicks. This time he can't really do much with what's given to him and the end result is a very dull unfocused experience.
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3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Movie SCORE,...NOT the soundtrack. DO NOT BUY!! January 31, 2012
By SAS
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This is the SCORE for the movie "I Am Number Four". It is NOT the soundtrack, which was very cool. I do not understand why Amazon allows this to be shown as the soundtrack for this movie. For the uninitiated (or 0bama voters), a movie score is the background music you hear during scenes. They are not songs like you would hear on the radio. During the second song my wife suggested it might become a CD we play for our pets to listen to when we are gone for the day. By the 3rd song she realized the animals would probably kill themselves if this was left on and they were unattended. Do not buy! I cannot return the one I purchased because the plastic wrap was removed. Do not make the same mistake. You will rue the day!!!
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