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Resident Evil: Afterlife [Deluxe Version] [+Digital Booklet]

Resident Evil: Afterlife [Deluxe Version] [+Digital Booklet]

December 14, 2010

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Digital Booklet: Resident Evil: Afterlife [Deluxe Version]
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: December 14, 2010
  • Release Date: December 14, 2010
  • Label: Milan Records
  • Copyright: 2010 Constantin Film Verleih / Milan Entertainment, Inc
  • Record Company Required Metadata: Music file metadata contains unique purchase identifier. Learn more.
  • Total Length: 59:30
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  • ASIN: B004EXPS0Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #102,266 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Best soundtrack I've ever heard.
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A good effort, and more watchable than the desert outing in the previous movie.
A Forest Fan
Glad it strayed away from most of the metal stuff.
Alexander G Gonzalez

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By L. PHIPPS on November 3, 2010
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So I Finally saw this movie today,(Oct, 2 2010) even though I wanted to see it opening day. The first thing I must mention is the music. Produced by Tomandandy, a group known mostly for their movie score and tv commercials. They went over the top I would say. Everything they did was perfect, to say the least. All the right atmosphere at all the right times. I had a hard time paying attention to the movie because the music was so cool. Im gonna keep going on about it, It was reminiscent of the first film, and I would love to see their stuff implied to the games.. It totally made you feel like you were among the action, despair, murder and mayhem.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Rich Stoehr on October 19, 2010
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I remember watching the first scene in 'Resident Evil: Afterlife.' A busy street in a Japanese city in a downpour, pedestrians walking quickly past a woman standing in the rain. She is soaked to the skin, her hair hanging down in wet strands, but she just stands and stares vacantly, as though posing, for what seems like minutes, the music pulsing and throbbing and building. When she suddenly attacks with a frenzy, the music explodes with drums and electronic noise, matching the intensity of the scene beat for beat.

The whole movie is pretty much like that, and the music adds dramatically to the overall effect. To say it's the best music of the series so far is no exaggeration.

When you listen to it, one of the first things you'll notice is that the familiar theme of the first three movies is nowhere to be found. Composers tomandandy say in the notes that came with the CD that they set out to create something new with this music. Whatever you think of the music of the first three films, it has to be said that they succeeded on this point - the music for 'Afterlife' is a departure from that of the other Resident Evil movies.

Which was a good call, as it turns out. 'Afterlife' shifts focus from the zombies onto bigger, badder enemies, using tense segue scenes and lots of high-octane choreographed fights. The music matches this feeling perfectly, augmenting and enhancing without being in the way of the action. In the quiet scenes it builds tension with a subtle pulsing undertone, like something lurking beneath the surface of what we're seeing - ambient, alien notes setting the scene. In the action scenes it ramps up the intensity dramatically, hard crashes and sudden noises that come together to give the action a beat and make it dance.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Forest Fan on October 26, 2010
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I watched Resident Evil Afterlife in 3D at the movie theater. A good effort, and more watchable than the desert outing in the previous movie. I was intrigued by the soundtrack, which had a pulsing beat throughout the movie. So I bought it from Amazon on a whim. The album features a number of overbearing heavy metal songs, good for zombie-chopping scenes. But then the album settles into a number of quite pleasant electronica ambient pieces. (A highlight being 'Flying'.) I'd recommend this for anyone who enjoyed the movie, or just likes mood music. In a small way, it makes up for Milla not going topless on-screen. (That's what 3D is for!)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Customer on August 18, 2011
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Superb soundtrack. Excellent as a score as well as music in its own right - I can't think of any other soundtracks that have remixes on them.

This version is worth the extra dollars to get "Rooftop" and the remixed tracks. The digital booklet is also an interesting if short read.

Best soundtrack I've ever heard. Possibly best album period.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By W. Goodwin on May 12, 2011
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One of the best soundtracks ever. While watching the movie I became so enthralled with the music that I had to buy it. I, actually, enjoy it more than the TRON soundtrack.
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I saw the movie, and I absolutely loved the music that I heard, and that's why I bought this soundtrack. When I listened to it, I was not disappointed. The music for this movie does have a unique sound that just seems to create its own brand for this movie, seemingly making it a signature soundtrack for the Resident Evil saga. However, I did notice that there are differences between the movie music and what's on the soundtrack. The movie seemed to have more of that dramatic mixture of electronica and vivacious industrialism than the soundtrack, so please keep in mind that the soundtrack is somewhat different than the movie. Also, keep in mind that although there are many tracks on this soundtrack, it's mostly the same pieces of music repeated over and over like tracks two and eight are repeated somewhere in the ending tracks, but I cannot remember exactly where. There is also another thing that those who like the dramatic fighting music a lot should also keep in mind. Some is a mixture of electronica and rock, but a majority of the rest of the music is very calm and laid back. I think serene would be a better word to describe a majority of the music, but the movie was mostly the more dramatic music like I described before, so I was somewhat disappointed in that respect, but the serene music is good as well. Most of the time, this music seems to be like listening to an electronica version of beautiful earthly belltones (that's the best description I can give for that) while yet some other music is even more refined than that, making for a hard listening even sometimes because it can be so quiet. After listening to the track for awhile, it seems like the composer just ran out of ideas and keeps using tracks such as 2 and 8 over again, but I still like the music, and I do rate it a four star.Read more ›
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