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The One Soundtrack


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1. The Ritual
2. Multiverse
3. Growing Stronger
4. The Light
5. Paulie's Member
6. Before The Start
7. Search For Yulaw
8. Sporadic Fire
9. The Will To Continue
10. Extreme Emotion
11. A New Coarse
12. Justification
13. Rompie's Cue
14. The Final Search

Product Details

  • Orchestra: The Hollywood Studio Symphony
  • Conductor: Gordon Goodwin
  • Composer: Trevor Rabin
  • Audio CD (December 11, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Varese Sarabande
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • ASIN: B00005RZU0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #355,861 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Customer Reviews

The CD isn't bad.
Fetus Frank
I think it was poor planning to not have both the muscial score and another CD with songs used in the movie as well.
Trey
Even for someone who does not like scores and just rock music may even enjoy this CD.
C. Wilkinson

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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Adam on September 8, 2002
Format: Audio CD
To all those people who are "disappointed" by the score, go find the soundtrack, and quit whining. The score IS the background music, plain and simple, don't buy it if you're looking for the album. Sometimes, they put one or two songs with lyrics on the score, because the composer had a hand in its creation, but that's about it. Don't wail on the score because you messed up your purchase. I saw the movie, and said, 'hey, an action movie's score is quite good. I think I'll buy it.' Rabin is a heavy electronic rock artist, (see Armageddon or Con Air), and once again does a great job of properly accenting the combat sequences, not to mention the slower, emotional parts. I'll tell you what they were thinking when they made the soundtrack: "Trevor Rabin's an excellent composer, let's sell the album later, and satisify those people looking for the score for a change." that's far from nothing. After hearing nothing but rap in Romeo Must Die, this score was a pleasant surprise. Even better, though, was Kiss of the Dragon, but that's another review.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. Wilkinson on August 10, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Trevor scores another winner with this one, all the stuff you come to expect from him, synth, rock, and a decent size orchestra all in one kick{in} score. IF you liked any of Rabin's other work(manly Con Air) you'll love this soundtrack. Rabin uses three themes, Jet Li's Theme, Jet Li and his Wife's Theme, and The Future Theme. Each theme is used a good bit, making the cd even better. Rabin makes good use of the orchestra, but it can't be heard sometimes becuase of the synth and rock music but thats not always a bad thing! Even for someone who does not like scores and just rock music may even enjoy this CD.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "bucky81" on January 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
If you are looking for the songs, then why write a review for this album? Trevor has come up with an original electronic sounding score for The One, which suits the movie and sounds interesting on CD.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Fetus Frank on December 18, 2001
Format: Audio CD
When Filmtracks.com published the latest of a series of reviews thrashing Trevor Rabin's music mainly on the grounds that he operates with fake orchestras and low-budgets, the rabid composer himself(supposedly) responded. His inspiring comments contradicted Filmtracks.com, stating that he used "high budgets" and "fine orchestras."
To mock Filmtracks.com, the inner booklet for his latest action caper THE ONE included a full name listing for The Hollywood Symphony Orchestra. This in istelf is a surprise: there is 3 times the stuff in the jacket that Varase Sarabande usually releases. The 42-minute playing time is also a pleasant switch.
But I think Trevor Rabin missed the point. THE ONE is like a kid who did his math problems too quickly: he gets the idea but the work is rough around the edges, and some of it is just wrong. One might also say that this is like a good idea for a creative essay, but he just jotted it down and turned it in in rough draft form.
But Rabin is usually a good student. His previous successes have ranged from mostly orchestral (DEEP BLUE SEA) half-and-half orchestra to synthesizer (AMERICAN OUTLAWS) to largely synthesized music (THE 6TH DAY). All have been wonderful.
But the whole point of having an orchestra is that you use it. Perhaps while wallowing in his own cynicism and laughing about how Filmtracks.com was going to pull its foot out its mouth, he forgot this.
Occasionally, the music is genuinely inspiring. THE RITUAL is a good example of the sleek integration of rock, orchestra, and synthesizer. PAULIE'S MEMBER is a good track for pure rock and guitar music, which is fine on its own.
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A Kid's Review on March 5, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Trevor Rabin has always stuck out of most other composers simply because of his one-of-a-kind style. He just can't seem to get the rock star out of him...which is great! His music for Armegeddon and Deep Blue Sea was fantastic..and certainly doesn't dissapoint you here.
But, believe it or not, if you don't like loud, electric guitar rock and a lot of synth...this CD is not for you. A good chunk of this album, if not all of it, is very loud,awesome, rocking out guitar and drums. Fitting for a futuristic Jet Li action flick.
I really enjoy this score...it's a lot of fun to listen to. Rabin should continue to write music like this.
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By The Ghost on January 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I actually thought the score music to this film was very well done. Even with the rock songs, I thought the music went well with every scene in the movie. The "score" music actually made me like this film even more. It really cought me by surprise because I never heard good music in an action movie quite like this one.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 30, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Don't people undersand that when it says SCORE in bold letters and who the composer is that it isn't an artist album??
also, why dont they look on the back to see what songs are on it???
It blows my mind how ignorant people are!!!
This is the score by the best composer, Trevor Rabin-so unless you aren't going to review the score, don't send in reviews complaining how you got confused!!
This is a good score, so dont be expecting the artist songs heard in the [...] movie, OK??
The same thing is happening with the Score soundtrack from the Robert de Nero film.
Anyways, I thought this needed to said!!
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