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(NOTE: If you are a fan of this type of music, also check out Maurice Jarre's score for 'Jacob's Ladder' or the score 'Love is the Devil' by Sakimoto.)
Very different from most sountracks, this score focused greatly on sound design and ambience to augment the very effective setting in the film, and visual images on screen. An excellent blend between Contemporary Classical music, and Industrial Ambient, performed by an experimental duo out of Seattle who call themselves Climax Golden Twins. If you see the film, and like it (or are affected by it) you'll almost immediately search out this CD. And I assure you it's worth every penny.
I'm not certain why Amazon lists this by "Various Artists" as far as I can tell, there is but one artist on here that scored the entire film (the aforementioned Twins) and they deserve highest praise for their excellent work. Let's see more work from them.
And yes, this CD is great. It definitely invites comparison to Coil and other experimental/ambient pioneers. Very scary, dark, atmospheric, and psychological. If you're into unnerving "music," this CD is for you.
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Very good CD. Scary music. And knowing it was made in Danvers gives it that extra chill. Lol no words just awesome music. In other words IMO perfection.Published 21 months ago by jim c faust jr
Can anyone tell me the song that Jeff (mullet head) was playing on his boombox? It was a hard rock type but it is completely uncredited and the lyrics are hard to hear.Published on March 22, 2014 by Joseph
Everybody that has commented, pretty much says it all. What more could I say? This is really a good soundtrack! I do have one question maybe somebody could help me with... Read morePublished on August 30, 2010 by Kim
This is an amazing CD to accompany an incredible movie. I watched the movie about a year ago, and have been seeking out the soundtrack ever since. Read morePublished on June 25, 2007 by Johnny Trevino