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Secondly, while I'm NOT a fan of Philip Glass' music, I loved the initial film soundtrack.
This CD version is fantastic, as it expands on the original album (which was shortened due to vinyl constraints) and makes it even more majestic.
Here, Glass succeeds in bridging the gap between his experimental minimalism and mainstream film media.
Can be some moody stuff. But, it you like Glass, you will enjoy this.Published 2 months ago by Carter Keith
An absolutely superb experience. I cannot recommend it enough! This DVD-A experience is a must have for any audio enthusiast!Published 4 months ago by Alexander Schroedsen
Easily, one of my favorite recordings of all time, of any kind. This is beyond music. This is a trip to a hypnotic wonderland. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Big Smella
My son wanted this recording for a Christmas present. I listened to it myself, and it is pretty unusual. I don't think I will listen to it again. Read morePublished 11 months ago by greatmissionviejohomes.com
If you've been one of the lucky ones to see the performance live at the Lincoln Center this October and you still do not own a copy, I highly recommend you do so. Read morePublished on November 5, 2011 by marcio Carmo
I wasn't sure what to expect after reading some of the more critical reviews. Being a fan of the movie and the soundtrack, as well as being intrigued with the idea of a high... Read morePublished on July 6, 2011 by Saturn94
Koyaanisqatsi (1998 Re-recording)
This cd is Philip Glass at his best. The repetativeness is hypnotic & wonderful.
I have seen the movie in different settings and loved it for years. I was fortunate to hear the Philip Glass Ensemble play live to the movie. I have the movie on videotape. Read morePublished on December 18, 2010 by Norm Cash
Took a chance on this after listening to the sound samples of the regular CD. I have about 50 surround sound discs now and this might be the best of all of them. Read morePublished on September 2, 2010 by Larry D. Tyree