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  • Audio CD (April 2, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: UMe
  • ASIN: B00BKBCJ66
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,590 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Helps me tune out the day ahead!
Ayn Sorola
Generally, the music from "Trance" often lends a level of emotional feeling--humanity--that would otherwise seem missing from the film.
Glenn
I may be biased because I really enjoyed the movie, so most of the music on this album conjures up the scenes that I love.
A. OReilly

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By sohobruce on April 12, 2013
Format: MP3 Music Verified Purchase
i downloaded the album after i went to see the movie. it`s not normally the kind of music i listen to but i love the instrumentals and moby`s song in particular!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By joebuzz1 on December 5, 2013
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Just a quick note... Danny Boyle's film "Trance" is a masterpiece with the kind of soundtrack that makes you want to buy the OST immediately (and now of course you can) But then you download the OST and when you listen to it you want to watch the film again... And so on and so on... Last time this happened for me was with David Lynch's "Lost Highway" and the OST put together by Trent Reznor... You almost want to watch the film with the sound off and just blast the OST... Could work...

Here is the track listing as it appears in the film (to the best of my ability, feedback appreciated): 10.15.7.5.13.1.2.6.8.9.14.12.3.11.4.16 (And several songs were reprised throughout)

(Here It Comes instrumental)
Hold My Hand - UNKLE
The Heist - Rick Smith
Raw Umber - Rick Smith
(Here It Comes instrumental)
Cannon Fall - Rick Smith
Soho Dim Sum - Rick Smith
(Cannon Fall reprise)
Chanson D'Amour - Art and Dotty Todd
Bullet Cut - Rick Smith
(Raw Umber reprise)
Sandman - Kirsty McGee
(Here It Comes instrumental)
The Day - Moby
Santiago (101 Greatest Goals) - Rick Smith
You Knew - Rick Smith
Movin' On Up - M People
Solomon - Rick Smith
Bring It To Me - Rick Smith
Here It Comes - Emeli Sande
(Raw Umber reprise)
Sandman (I'll Be There) - Rosario Dawson
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. OReilly on May 2, 2013
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I may be biased because I really enjoyed the movie, so most of the music on this album conjures up the scenes that I love.

I'm not into electronica music, or for that matter, any modern music without lyrics, but this has been a really enjoyable album. It's certainly not the type of album you'd pop into your player during a dinner party, dance party, or any social gathering, but it is really soothing for when you are in a comptemplative mood.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ProposalMachine on November 12, 2013
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Rick Smith from Underworld is just as talented today as he was 20 years ago. He flexes his muscle as both a composer and compiler on what has to be the best soundtrack of 2013. This album is the perfect blend of Electronica, Instrumental, Rock, and -- you guessed it -- Trance. The album pays homage to the legacy of Electronic music while infusing it with modern energy. Track 7, "Raw Umber" is a repurposed version of an old Drum & Bass track from Rob & Goldie, called "The Shadow (Process Mix)." This riff from 1997 becomes one of the predominant musical themes of this soundtrack. UNKLE, one of the great figureheads of Trip-Hop and Electronic music in general, makes a welcome appearance on Track 10, "Hold My Hand," which is arguably the most infectious piece of the album. The M People's song, "Moving On Up" (Track 12), captures the feeling of old-school House and makes for an interesting change of pace. All of Rick Smith's original compositions are excellent, too.

This album is good from start to finish, and it hits some high notes that will resonate with you whether or not you've watched the movie. I do, however, recommend the movie and think it is on par with any of Danny Boyle's other works -- or, more closely, Christopher Nolan's Inception. The advantages that Trance has over Inception are better vision, better direction, and a better soundtrack -- instead of the brassy blasts of "bwwwwaaaaaaa" that hurt your ears in the Inception soundtrack, the Trance soundtrack is more artistic, more creative, and a bit more careful in how it delivers musical tension.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Fernando Herrera on June 22, 2013
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Excellent selection of music, well-structured and well guided to the scenes of the movie. highly recommended for anyonw who loves electronic-house music
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By JB on March 4, 2014
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An interesting soundtrack. While he is a regular Danny Boyle collaborator, Rick Smith is not a film composer by trade, and it shows in the way this offbeat trippy electronica plays wonderfully against the taut and largely humorless action of the film. By itself, it is an entertaining listen, mostly original score but a few alt-rock leaning vocal tracks with well-known collaborators add some variety. A full disc at an hour and 13 minutes.

It seems that every soundtrack to a Danny Boyle movie is worth picking up; they're invariably engaging for very different reasons.
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