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Eagle Eye

Eagle Eye

4.0 2
by Brian Tyler

Product Details

Release Date:
Varese Sarabande


Album Credits

Performance Credits

Brian Tyler   Primary Artist,Bass,Guitar,Percussion,Piano,Cello,Conductor,Drums
Hollywood Studio Symphony   Performing Ensemble
Keith Power   Bass,Guitar

Technical Credits

Joel Iwataki   Engineering
Robert Townson   Executive Producer
Brad Warnaar   Orchestration
Robert Elhai   Orchestration
Andrew Kinney   Orchestration
Stuart Thomas   Arranger,Programming
Randy Spendlove   Music Executive
Adam Michalak   Engineering
Brian Tyler   Composer,Producer,Audio Production,Engineering
Jeff Toyne   Orchestration
Dana Niu   Orchestration
Todd Haberman   Arranger,Programming
Jennifer Hawks   Music Executive
Keith Power   Arranger,Programming
Alex Kurtzman   Producer,Audio Production
DJ Caruso   Producer
Roberto Orci   Producer
Roberto Orci   Audio Production
DJ Caruso   Audio Production

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Eagle Eye 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
LiadanESM More than 1 year ago
Hi all, This CD is great, but it's not a lot of original work. It's easy to tell that B. Tyler wrote it because he seems to borrow a great deal from his previous soundtracks. So, I'd recommend it more for people who are just starting to explore him as a composer. But, if like me, you count him amongst your list of favorites, you won't mind adding this CD to your collection. The music has a definite theme, has great dymanics and is more along the lines of his intense, dramatic work. It's has a few more mellow moments, but is more of the adventure climax than soothing repose. So, I'd suggest listen to clips first, if it's new enough for you, go for it, if not, you'll hear great similarities in "Bangcock Dangerous" and a little from "Timeline." Also, "Quantum of Solace," by D. Arnold has a few of the same themes and facets to it. It is a good CD, but it's not startlingly new.