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The Core Soundtrack

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Two-CD set. Disc 1: 1. The Core (03:00) 2. Resurrection in Descent (06:04) 3. In Drucke Ick Moet Sterven (05:14) 4. Origami Lava (07:10) 5. A Terror Toccata (03:04) 6. Tactile Shifts (05:56) 7. Project Destiny (05:39) 8. Moved to the Core (02:08) 9. Virgil T. (03:37) 10. Mantle Passage (04:35) 11. Cor Cordium (04:52). Total Time CD1: 51:35. Disc 2: 1. Liberte (03:23) 2. Diamonds Are Forever (03:17) 3. Saknusemm (07:16) 4. Intered Servants (04:24) 5. Mundus Subterraneous (04:25) 6. No Left Turns (05:07) 7. Unobtanium (06:26) 8. Clouds Imagined (04:44) 9. Stellar Phrenology (04:12) 10. The Terranaut March (05:42) Total Time CD2: 48:50. Total Duration: 01:40:15.

Product Details

  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Intrada
  • ASIN: B0066SQS88
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #344,715 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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this sound track is even more epic than i expected it to be. its probably one of the rarest movie scores of the 2000's too. it took a few years of looking to find one at a descent price. i highly recommend this album to fans of the core movie or people that just like literally hard core orchestrated music!

i only complaint about this album is 2 of the songs are a little high on there db's (volume level) it doesn't wreck the whole song just a second of it. it not a big deal if you dont care on how its was recorded. and my CD isn't defective its how the master was recorded so they will all sound like that.
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I have yet to see Jon Amiel's film The Core; however, judging by the soundtrack, it must be one hell of a ride.

The soundtrack is composed by Christopher Young, Amiel's regular collaborator and one of my favourite film composers. He's mostly known for his horror scores (ala Hellraiser, The Fly II, Drag Me To Hell, to name only a few), though regularly scores dramas and thrillers too (even a few aside jazzy scores). On the slight chance that you haven't heard of him before now (I've come to realize that The Core may be something of a collectors piece for Christopher Young fans), I highly recommend you look him up and check out some of his other scores -- trust me, every one of them is a winner.

Anyways, on to the score. It clocks in at a massive 102 minutes, split between 2 separate discs. This review is for the Intrada Special Collection version, which was released last year and has recently been taken out of production (so scoop this up while you still can -- $40 may be a little steep, but it's worth it in my book) -- though there are some bootleg versions of the score here and there with slightly different running times and track listings. The CD itself is beautifully packaged, with great album art and a set of liner notes that put pretty much every other CD-released score to shame -- with notes from both Brian Satterwhite (a Film Score Monthly writer) and Chris Young himself.

On to the music... man, I don't really even know how to start with it. This is not your ordinary disaster movie score. It's mostly orchestral with some synthesized elements as well that only add to the experience. It's immersive as hell, but at the same time, you might put begin on track one, sit back, and suddenly find yourself on track 8 wondering what the hell just happened.
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