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Lara Croft: Tomb Raider Soundtrack

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Tomb Rader Main Titles
  2. Lara Croft At Home
  3. Powell And The Illuminati
  4. Lara Dreams Of Her Father
  5. The Clock
  6. Home Invasion
  7. Alex West And Mr. Wilson
  8. The Letter
  9. Journey To Cambodia
  10. Angkor Wat
  11. Lara Battles Stone Monkeys
  12. The Brahman
  13. Siberia
  14. The Planetary Alignment
  15. Lara Defeats Powell


Product Details

  • Performer: Graeme Revell
  • Audio CD (June 26, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Elektra / Wea
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • ASIN: B00005LNIY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #213,169 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Graeme Revell really shines with this one. The score is quite fascinating as it jumps from one musical cue to the next. There are soft liquid string tones which become blended with a driving ethnic beat. This beat can be soft background drums mixed with strings one moment then frantic native pounding the next. There is a sweet piano solo that is clearly Lara's childhood theme. There is a good mix of full orchestral and ethnic music which goes along perfectly with the movie's title character, Lara Croft. English with a free and wildly adventuresome traveling spirit. Be sure to catch the score's strongest track, Number 14 THE PLANETARY ALIGNMENT. This cue is perfect. It has coral, orchestreal, ethnic, and synthetic beats all mixed into several incredible moments of music. It has a chorus singing in latin along with a full orchestra, strings a' blazin', mixed with a very clock sounding beat, clock sounds a driving native drum beat, a synthetic beat and strong precussion hits. The endresult for THE PLANETARY ALIGNMENT is a menagare of themes and beats mixed together which come to the bring of sensory overload without going over. A definate plus. Pick this one up!
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This is an awseome CD. Although I wish Graeme Revell would have used some of the music from the Tomb Raider games, espeally the main title music or as I call it "Lara's Theme."
All of the music is beautifully composed. My personal favorites are "Home Invasion", "Angkor Wat", and "The Brahman".
The former has a Techno feel to it, while the two latter, have more of a spiritual, or world music feel to them. I enjoy it every time I listen to it (in fact, I'm listening to it right now). And you might too.
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This soundtrack really grew on me. After the first listen I thought it was lacking, but after 2-3 hearings, I discovered bits and pieces that are very nice and unique, and very pretty adding new dimention to the score.
it's a cool soundtrack,worth keeping.
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When Pitch Black was released and I realized Graeme Revell had scored the film, I was ecstatic. The score was a brilliant execution of suspense and heroic themes that would definitely be a must-have for my collection...
... except that it wasn't released...
My disappointment stayed with me until I discovered that the Tomb Raider score would be turned over to this accomplished and rather ecclectic composer, so I prepared once again to be the proud owner of a new Revell score...
... and now I am. Weeks after the soundtrack album and the film itself were released, the score CD hit stores and I made my way in haste. I wasn't disappointed. Revell pitches his themes with a varied range and emotional context, from jarring electronic rock to subtle ethnic vocals and dramatic choir arrangements that filter through the action of the film and, like all of his collaborations, succeeds in accompanying yet never overcoming the on-screen action. Some of the better tracks are in the latter half of the film, namely "Angkor Wat" and "The Planetary Alignment".
It's shortcomings are few, just an odd track here and there that doesn't match("The Brahman" is just annoying) but one thing I did notice is that the tracks themselves are mistitled or simply out of place. But, c'est la vi, the music is still there!
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By A Customer on September 4, 2001
Ok i am probably the biggest TR fan. i have both of the soundtracks and this is all i ever listen to. i give these cds 5 stars because the cd with U2 and OUTKAST has lots of great music. plus the score cd has music to relax you and calm u down. it really rocks if u like to have loads of fun durring the day and need to chill out later. well get out there and buy it you wont be disapointed.
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When i saw the movie.. i was taken aback by the moving music throughout the film. I had to buy the Score, My personal Favourites are "Siberia", "The Clock", and "The Letter"... these three, i found extremely moving to me. Giving the movie the atmosphere you would expect from the scenes in which they were used. Although, there was ONE tiny dissapointment with it, i wanted to hear more of the soft, emotional music from the scenes with Lara Croft and her father, Lord Croft... all in all though, the album is a must purchase.
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I really like the music for this film becuase it portrays little bits of the movie and as you listen to it you can see the movie go on in your head. This is a great buy and I highly recommend.
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