Dead in Tombstone (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

October 15, 2013 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: October 15, 2013
  • Label: Back Lot Music
  • Copyright: 2013 Back Lot Music
  • Total Length: 58:29
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  • ASIN: B00FRRSRV0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #168,250 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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You may know the group Hybrid as the English electronica band comprised of Mike Truman, Chris Healings and Charlotte James. With the ever-rising popularity of electronica bands making the jump into film scoring one would have expected to see more from Hybrid long ago given their past collaborations with composer Harry Gregson-Williams. The group worked on many of Harry’s scores from Man On Fire onwards contributing music programming and additional scoring. You can definitely tell a little of Harry rubbed off on them with this score to their second feature. Dead In Tombstone is a western starring Danny Trejo as he gets some revenge on the baddies that double-crossed him. It’s a ‘been there, done that’ story except this time it’s a poorly shot, poorly lit and unfortunately poorly scored straight to video western that thinks it’s being way cooler than it is.

I would consider myself a western aficionado; it’s my favorite genre after all. Once Upon A Time In The West is my favorite film of all-time, so I have high standards when it comes to the genre. I appreciate all forms of homages, references and inspirations from modern takes like No Country For Old Men, horror twists like Tremors, to full-throttle visions like The Lone Ranger. However, when you take the genre and use it only because it’s “cool” with nothing really to offer then the attempt falls flat on its face. Musically, you’d be hard pressed to even know this was for a western if you listened to it without reference. However, even as just a score it fails in many places. The score just pulsates in the background in all its electronic glory. And you might say, well Hybrid is sticking to their style and giving the western their own personal twist. Sorry, if you’re gonna play in this genre then you have certain rules you need to follow.
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By Dale on November 29, 2013
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As with most sound tracks, this one has two maybe three of 20 that I like. I bought it for track #2
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Hybrid is the best electronic dance group on this planet and is one of the best kept secrets in the music business. Mixing electronic music with beautiful symphony sounds, Mike Truman and Chris Healings have assisted in numerious soundtracks for over twenty movies such as The Wolverine, Recall (2012), Cowboys and Aliens, Fast and Furious to name a few. They have done remixes of Radiohead, Alanis Morissette, BT, Sarah Maclachlan, Moby, Madonna and The Orb. Hybrid's music is always cutting edge - creating new soundscapes that find their way into Dance Clubs throughout this world. Again they don't disappoint with this release Dead in Tombstone. Twenty amazing tracks that are more symphonic than breakbeat, it is an album that both the classical music listener and breakbeat fans will enjoy. This is a nice addition to their already extensive discography that dates back to 1995. I would also recommend the DVD of Dead in Tombstone - a great movie with a great soundtrack.
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