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Fifth Element [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]
     

The Fifth Element [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

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by Eric Serra
 
Eric Serra's score to Luc Besson's visionary yet incomprehensible sci-fi thriller The Fifth Element is a roller coaster of emotions, ranging from triumphant anthems to haunting mood pieces. Serra's score is diverse and accomplished, and it is just as effective outside of the film as it is within it.

Overview

Eric Serra's score to Luc Besson's visionary yet incomprehensible sci-fi thriller The Fifth Element is a roller coaster of emotions, ranging from triumphant anthems to haunting mood pieces. Serra's score is diverse and accomplished, and it is just as effective outside of the film as it is within it.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/06/1997
Label:
Virgin Records Us
UPC:
0724384420321
catalogNumber:
44203

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Eric Serra   Primary Artist,Bass,Conductor,Guitar,Keyboards,Track Performer,Vocals
Frédéric Chaslin   Conductor
Simon Benson   Bass
Mike Brittain   Bass
Malcolm Creese   Bass
Paul Cullington   Bass
Nicolas Fiszman   Bass
Paul Morgan   Bass
Allen Walley   Bass
Dave Stewart   Bass Trombone
Dave Stewart   Bass Trombone
Stephen Maw   Bassoon,Contrabassoon
Richard Skinner   Bassoon,Contrabassoon
David Daniels [cello]   Cello
Robin Firman   Cello
Cathy Giles   Cello
John Heley   Cello
Paul Kegg   Cello
Tony Pleeth   Cello
Martin Robinson   Cello
Frank Schaefer   Cello
Roger Smith   Cello
Gillian Thoday   Cello
Gavyn Wright   Concert Master,Violin
Jean-Michel Biger   Drums
Hubert Bougis   fender rhodes
Sally Ann Ewins   Flute
Andy Findon   Flute
Helen Keen   Flute
Richard Bissill   Horn
Frank Lloyd   Horn
John Pigneguy   Horn
Richard Watkins   Horn
Sebastien "Oosh" Cortella   Keyboards
Richard Morgan   Oboe
London Session Orchestra   Performing Ensemble
London Symphony Orchestra   Performing Ensemble,Track Performer
Zohar Fresco   Percussion
Alain Guillard   Saxophone
R.X.R.A.   Track Performer
Inva Mulla Tchako   Track Performer,Vocals
Peter Davies   Trombone
Mike Hext   Trombone
Yvon Guillard   Trumpet
Jonathan Barritt   Viola
Bill Benham   Viola
Rachel Bolt   Viola
Catherine Bradshaw   Viola
Philip Dukes   Viola
Jack Glickman   Viola
Bill Hawkes   Viola
Brian Hawkins   Viola
Garfield Jackson   Viola
Don MacVay   Viola
Andrew Parker   Viola
George Robertson   Viola
Robert Smissen   Viola
Stephen Tees   Viola
Edward Vanderspar   Viola
Ivo Jan Vanderwerff   Viola
Justin Ward   Viola
Liz Watson   Viola
Kate Wilkinson   Viola
Cathy Adams   Violin
Vaughan Armon   Violin
Howard Ball   Violin
Mark Berrow   Violin
Tom Bowes   Violin
Belinda Bunt   Violin
Dermot Crehan   Violin
Ben Cruft   Violin
Liz Edwards   Violin
Gillian Findlay   Violin
Miranda Fulleylove   Violin
Roger Garland   Violin
Wilfred Gibson   Violin
Tim Good   Violin
Alison Kelly   Violin
Jim MacLeod   Violin
Perry Montague-Mason   Violin
David Nolan   Violin
David Ogden   Violin
Peter Oxer   Violin
Maciej Rakowski   Violin
Eddie Roberts   Violin
Godfrey Salmon   Violin
Mike de Saulles   Violin
Jonathan Strange   Violin
Paul Willey   Violin
Rolf Wilson   Violin
Paul Wood   Violin
Dave Woodcock   Violin

Technical Credits

Eric Serra   Arranger,Orchestration,Producer,Programming
Len Peltier   Art Direction
Isabelle Martin   Engineer
Mike Ross-Trevor   Engineer
Michel Glotz   Producer
Rupert Hine   Producer
Sebastien "Oosh" Cortella   Programming

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The Fifth Element [Virgin] 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
paleogirl More than 1 year ago
The music on this CD is not like other music- it is strange and eclectic- in a very positive way! I think anyone who likes this movie will love and want the soundtrack.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album is very good. It contains various styles of music, sometimes two or three types mixed together, that make up a very entertaining album. The only disadvantage is that this album doesn't contain the Arabic song from the movie's chase scene, but other than that, it's worth the money.
Guest More than 1 year ago
high voltage fun!a jaw dropping, mind blowing, visually stunning pop epic! Luc Besson's film is a smash hit.