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Twilight Saga's New Moon (The Unofficial Score)

Twilight Saga's New Moon (The Unofficial Score)

June 24, 2009
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1 1:50
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2 1:12
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3 1:37
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4 0:47
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5 3:13
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6 3:29
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7 2:18
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8 2:12
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9 1:18
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10 1:27
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11 1:35
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12 2:15
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13 2:17
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14 2:04
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15 1:21
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16 2:10
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: June 24, 2009
  • Label: Euterpe Music
  • Copyright: 2009 Euterpe Music
  • Total Length: 31:05
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  • ASIN: B002ENXKXK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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By JumpRope on September 14, 2009
Format: MP3 Music Verified Purchase
While the Twilight series has inspired all sorts of fan to salutes Stephanie Meyers's creative genius, not all of those efforts are worth delving into. Not so with Sam Cushion's music, which has really very surprising promise of talent, creative intuition and sincere effort.

While the this collection of instrumental music lacks a certain maturity I myself have come to except for this series (certainly with composers like Carter Burwell working behind the scenes)the pieces Sam has created are still touching and very emotionally real.

There is originality in this music, which is for the most part lovely, melodic and sweetly young. Pieces such as "It's your birthday Bella," and "Esme's Song," really grab at the heat of Meyer's work, and evoke a delicious melancholy. I am especially fond of tracks 7 (A Good Friend) and 1 (New Moon).

On the other hand, pieces such as 'Riding on Motorcycles with Werewolves,' 'Papercut' and 'The Volturi' are a little to heavy with the electronic keyboard, and loose the softness of the other tracks. Cushion, while obviously trying to capture the true dark that Meyers so cleanly touches on, shows his lack of artistic experience. Even so though,there are bits within those songs that show true promise.

Overall I'm really very glad I grabbed this fan salute to Twilight and honestly recommend a thorough listen for anyone interested. It will be neat to see what Sam Cushion does in the future...

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By Amazon Customer on October 18, 2009
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I love this album and kudos to Midnight Sun for the songs. All original songs that I think fit the book and movie very very well. A++
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