Land of the Dead [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

Land of the Dead [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

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by Johnny Klimek
     
 
For the fourth installment of director George Romero's Night of the Living Dead series, Run Lola Run composers Reinhold Heil and Johnny Klimek bring the genre into the electronic world with a soundtrack that can only be described as "horror ambient." An unintelligible cyclone of wind, ominous

Overview

For the fourth installment of director George Romero's Night of the Living Dead series, Run Lola Run composers Reinhold Heil and Johnny Klimek bring the genre into the electronic world with a soundtrack that can only be described as "horror ambient." An unintelligible cyclone of wind, ominous keyboards, deep percussion, and staccato bursts of strings await masochistic listeners who have always wondered what it would be like to be trapped in a Hieronymus Bosch painting. At 36 tracks, it's a bit long too listen to in one sitting, but soundtrack connoisseurs can be a remarkably patient lot. While not even remotely enjoyable, Land of the Dead achieves primal fear through its complete and utter disregard for melody.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/28/2005
Label:
Varese Sarabande
UPC:
0030206666625
catalogNumber:
066666

Tracks

  1. Sometime Ago
  2. Eats
  3. Big Daddy
  4. Call It a Night
  5. Last Night
  6. Department Store Raid
  7. Into Liquor Store
  8. Liquor Store
  9. Military Zone
  10. Saving Slack
  11. Cholo Escapes
  12. Zombie Targets
  13. Stealing Dead Reckoning
  14. Meeting Kaufman
  15. Leaving Mouse
  16. Team into City
  17. Looking for Ammo
  18. Shoot Manolete
  19. Driving to Drop Off
  20. Zombies on the River Bank
  21. Surface
  22. City Battle
  23. Overcome Cholo
  24. Back to the City
  25. Cholo Bitten
  26. The Battle Continues
  27. Mercy Killing
  28. Zombies Enter Mall
  29. Mall Slaughter
  30. Dead Reckoning under Seige
  31. Get Away
  32. You Have No Right!
  33. Gasoline
  34. The Massacre
  35. Now We Can Go
  36. To Canada

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Johnny Klimek   Primary Artist,Track Performer
Reinhold Heil   Track Performer
Bruce Winter   Track Performer
Gabriel Isaac Mounsey   Track Performer
Shawn Thomas Odyssey   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Reinhold Heil   Arranger,Composer,Programming
Robert Townson   Executive Producer,Audio Production
Johnny Klimek   Arranger,Composer,Programming
Bruce Winter   Arranger,Programming
Gabriel Isaac Mounsey   Arranger,Programming
Shawn Thomas Odyssey   Arranger,Programming
Philip Cohen   Music Business Affairs

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Well the movie is intense human and well written and executed, as is the soundtrack it really bring the mood of whatever the scene a certain song was based off of to life. This music brings a realism to the world of the dead, it's intense and real well written and well preformed. Listen to it and you'll see that even the dead love good music.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This soundtrack makes you feel like you are right there with the characters in the movie. It does an excellent job illustrating the parts of the movie that gave it suspence. I get goosebumps listening to it.