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In addition, there's a few tracks which stick out(and that is in no way a bad thing). "The Name's O'Brian - Chloe O'Brian" is a great mix of Sean Callery and John Barry, and it is hard to understand why he has gotten so much heat for it. "Logan's Downfall" is another good track which samples a bit of "Palmer's Theme" and the listener is really able to get a taste as to how big the differences between the presidents were.
Despite being labelled "Seasons Four and Five," there are two(three if you count the main theme) tracks from 24: The Game which featured a full orchestra. There is also a track called "C.T.U." from the third season which is really cool.
My only complaint is that it wasn't longer. "Mandy's Plan" is good and all, but Callery left off the music when Jack captures Mandy in the parking garage. But still a must for any 24 fan or for anyone who wants to feel like Jack Bauer on their way to work.
The opening theme sounds a little different here than on the first "24" CD (seasons 1-3), because this version was recorded for the "24" video game, as are a few other tracks. This time, rock ("Collette's Arrest") and industrial ("Mandy's Plan") pop up more in the overall sound.
"Logan's Downfall" is as dramatic as the closing scenes of season five, when the psychotic handpuppet is removed from office. "Jack's Women" is a really good piece of sad, symphonic music. Then comes "The Name's O'Brian - Chloe O'Brian", a James Bond-ish guitar line over a slick beat. Composer Sean Callery caught some flack for the tongue-in-cheek appeal of this track. "Mission Briefing" is also from the video game, and it sounds a lot like John Williams' movie music.
"Lynn McGill's Sacrifice" is also good, with McGill played by Sean Astin from "Lord of The Rings". Realizing he's the only one who can stop the nerve gas from reaching the CTU briefing room, he lifts Frodo Baggins and carries him to the steps of Mount Doom, and...wait...
For action music, this CD doesn't really equal the first "24" CD until "Infiltrating The Sub". "Jack Storms The Gas Plant" is the standout, with various orchestral modes moving around on a fast beat.
In comparison, the music gets more layered each season. The first two seasons have the most urgent tracks, like "Coliseum Finale", "Terry's Death" and "Helicopter Chase". Volume 2 brings the sadness, but Volume 1 has more anger.
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So, we are powering through all 9 seasons of 24, the original 8 plus 2014's "Live Another Day" as we have all on DVD. Read morePublished 14 months ago by JOSEPH
Great music that brings back a lot of memories from one of TV's best ever shows!Published 21 months ago by PawPawRon
Sean Gallerys' music score for this soundtrack brings out the intensity of this hard hitting series as it highlights key moments in seasons 4 & 5 . Read morePublished 22 months ago by truemovielover
For every 24 fan - it's a must-have if you love the show. And who doesn't?Published on September 28, 2010 by JG
I like the way Callery revamped the theme in this one, although I still like the first album the best. If you're a 24 fan, you will love this...Published on May 13, 2007 by Gabriel Harris