Heat (Music from the Motion Picture)

Heat (Music from the Motion Picture)


$15.05 $16.99 Save 11% Current price is $15.05, Original price is $16.99. You Save 11%.
Choose Expedited Shipping at checkout for guaranteed delivery by Friday, November 16

Product Details

Release Date: 12/19/1995
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
UPC: 0093624614425
catalogNumber: 46144
Rank: 73520

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Einstürzende Neubauten   Track Performer
Terje Rypdal   Guitar,Keyboards,Track Performer
Kronos Quartet and Trio Da Kali   Ensemble,Track Performer
Moby   Track Performer
Michael Thompson   Guitar
Michael Brook   Track Performer
Joy Division   Track Performer
Brian Eno   Track Performer
Lisa Gerrard   Track Performer
Jonathan Sheffer   Conductor
Elliot Goldenthal   Vocals
Passengers   Track Performer
Allan Dangerfield   Keyboards
Bjørn Kjellemyr   Bass
Audun Kleive   Drums
Bobby Hambel   Guitar
Steven Mercurio   Conductor
Chasers   Track Performer
Mark Stewart   Guitar

Technical Credits

Einstürzende Neubauten   Producer
Kronos Quartet and Trio Da Kali   Contributor
Gary LeMel   Contributor
Moby   Composer,Producer
Bernard Albrecht   Composer
Paul Barrett   String Arrangements
Michael Brook   Producer
Ian Curtis   Composer
Joy Division   Composer
Manfred Eicher   Producer
Brian Eno   Producer
Lisa Gerrard   Producer
Matthias Gohl   Contributor,Musical Score Producer
Page Hamilton   Contributor
Peter Hook   Composer
Eric Hubel   Contributor
Joel Iwataki   Engineer
Michael Mann   Executive Producer
Richard Martinez   Contributor,Electronic Music Producer
David Reid   Contributor
Danton Supple   Engineer
Elliot Goldenthal   Composer,Orchestration
Stephen Morris   Composer
Bernard Sumner   Composer
Robert Elhai   Orchestration
Amy Dunn   Assistant Music Supervisor

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
At times this soundtrack can be atmospheric and moody, placing it in the same category as that album by Brian Eno- you know the one. I think this music is fine for someone who hasn't even seen the movie, although it makes more sense if you had. Despite songs by Moby and the Passengers there is some great scoring, but it's within first one minute and 20 seconds of the first track that the albums creativity and sense of expression is at its best. Probably though I wouldn't know at what occasion to play it?