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Director Michael Mann is known for modifying moods through music, particularly in urban settings. There were all those rain-slicked tracking shots in Miami Vice, for example, accompanied by Phil Collins and Dire Straits. For 1995's Heat it was Moby, …  See more details below

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Collateral 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I liked the movie, so I went out and bought the soundtrack right afterward. The soundtrack has a good mix of songs, with some rock, some hiphop, and a wide variety of jazz. Also, unlike many other soundtracks for summer blockbusters, the Collateral soundtrack included four scores from James Newton Howard (one of my absolute favorite score composers). As I don’t typically follow jazz, I didn’t hear of Klazz Brothers, who does an absolutely fantastic job here, until now. Audioslave makes an appearance, as well as Calexico (also a great band). Great soundtrack, couldn’t be happier with the purchase!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The soundtrack goes well with this movie. With the different moods it gives for of a feel of what the situation was or to me, brings back memories of being little growing up in the LA area. I think that Ready, Steady, Go went well with the club seen. I dont think that it was out of place