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28 Days Later Enhanced, Soundtrack
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Faure's 'In Paradisium', a song also featured in The Thin Red Line where Private Witt is swimming with the islanders. We hear this song as the four survivors are driving towards the burning city of Manchester.
Brian Eno's song 'An Ending(Escent)', also featured on the TRAFFIC soundtrack at the end of the film while the kids are playing baseball.
'Avi Maria' by Bach, this beautiful song featured while the survivors are driving through the diseased and dead body ridden streets of London. Absolute brilliance and courage to put this song in that segment!
Grandaddy's best song, in my opinion, is featured during one of the rare "happy scenes" of the film. It is called 'AM180' and is the song that got me hooked on Grandaddy.
'Season Song' by Blue States. A nice mesh of disco meets hip hop. Haven't bought their cd because of it but seriously thought about it.
John Murphy also does well with such songs like 'In the House', a powerful song played while the infected begin to turn on the soldiers and 'Red Dresses', a magical song that reminded me of something RADIOHEAD might play while riding on a carousel(don't ask but when you hear it, you'll know what I'm talking about).
Also, 'Frank's Death', is powerful and moving.
I highly, HIGHLY recommend this soundtrack to fans of classical and rock genres. The only let down is the omission of the Godspeed, You Black Emperor song. Overall a 9 out of 10.
The comic strip as insert (done in black and white) manages to fill in the blanks of day 2 through 27 in our mystery. The visual enhancements cover the film trailer, some minor unseen footage, and snapshots of our actors in their costume dress for wardrobe continuity. I hadn't really noticed until someone brought it to my attention - the musical tracks follow the film in their proper order sequence, scene for scene. Not that it makes any difference for this score was composed in large part explicitly for the movie. In my hectic world, I find escape and solace in this music, one minute thunderous storm, next, a tranquil beach on a balmy day.Read more ›
I for one am glad i got the sountrack, it has some great beats in Tower Block, The Tunnel, and No more Films. It's enjoyable to listen to and puts you in that 'what if?' mindframe.
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Don't know why I bought this. Must have felt like buying music. Based almost completely on reviews and found but a few tracks as "likes" Maybe I was going for the free... Read morePublished 22 months ago by R. K. Moreland
The 28 Days Later soundtrack is just a true masterpiece. I went out for a jog listening to the album and it felt as though I were in a real zombie apocalypse (even though the... Read morePublished on August 14, 2013 by Hannah Funderburk
Danny Boyle and John Murphy are almost as brilliant a pair as Christopher Nolan and Hans Zimmer. It's an excellent SoundtrackPublished on August 13, 2013 by Alpha
As everyone else probably said already, this is a decent album, except that it's missing the apocalyptic rock tune that covers the incredible scene of Jim discovering that London... Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by JB
This cd is wonderful.
I got a few yrs back form here on Amazon and I have dang near wore the thing out listening to it. Read more
The music is beautiful, but considering they are all a dollar each I didn't realize some of them are only a few seconds long! Read morePublished on July 4, 2012 by S. Alexander
Granted, I am a HUGE 28 Days Later fan, the music correlates to different moods so smoothly and none of the songs are repetitive so you can listen to it again and again without... Read morePublished on June 4, 2011 by Lucinda J. Michaelis
Anyone who loves 28 days later has probably noticed the amazing soundtrack. This was a gift for someone who has loved the soundtrack for ages and she really loves it. Read morePublished on December 29, 2010 by Brian Baxter