THE BOOK OF ELI SOUNDTRACK PANORAMIC

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Check out The Book Of Eli Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Various the track that made me want to download the CD was the very first track "Panoramic". The Book Of Eli Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. By Atticus Ross. • 17 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Panoramic. 2. Outland. 3. The Book of Eli Original Soundtrack: Panoramic (Track 01). The Book of Eli Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Atticus Ross: Panoramic (Track.

If you love ambient, electronic music You will LOVE this soundtrack. Beautiful cinematography, and brilliantly atmosphere Kept me glued to the screen right to the end.

Not all the tracks are great. But, the ones that are good are definetly worth the price.

Listening to the tracks really brings you back to the drama of the film all over again. It's not your average movie score either.

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Atticus Ross brings a more modern type of score with alot of different sounds and ambient noises along with your everyday strings and horns of a movie score. The combination brings a very good pace for the tracks. There are some more basic piano tracks like "human" as well. Each song brings a little something different. My personal favorite would have to be "The Journey" which is a great combination of all the tracks rolled into one great track. Even though the track that made me want to download the CD was the very first track "Panoramic".

And the tracks "Outland", "Den Of Vice", and "Movement" gives me great hope that I can look forward to listening to the next score Atticus Ross comes up with knowing there are some greats tunes in store for me. If you like movie scores I highly suggest this CD.

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The trailers boasted wrath and thunder and some mean kick-assery. But the truth of the matter is that the movie they have come up with is also fundamentally flawed and a massive let-down.

I can't recall being so bored by a major feature for a long time. Denzel Washington gives typical gravitas to his role as the man with a mission, but the encounters he gets embroiled in become boringly repetitious and the film is, paradoxically, much drearier than the more intentionally harrowing The Road, from John Hillcoat.

The blighted landscape that he trudges across on his remorseless journey west is just a desaturated child borne out of Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. The shades of empire-building that Gary Oldman's detestable tome-addict, Carnegie, promotes, via barter, intimidation and sheer mob-rule, are nothing more or less than the same old frontier ways just dusted-up and celebrated with his utterly contrived quest to find the Book, the Good Book, that is, and not The Da Vinci Code - the one thing that his roving road-gangs of rapists and murderers simply cannot come up with, and, naturally, the one thing that the noble machete-wielding, gun-slinging nomad, Eli, has got in his backpack.

And will kill to protect. To be honest, the set-up is really just an excuse for a few scrappy skirmishes that wouldn't have looked out of place in an early 80's Italian post-Armageddon flick from Enzo G. Castellari, something akin to The New Barbarians or The Bronx Warriors, just dressed up with cooler stars, more fancy fight choreography and a shedload more sunglasses. And if the Hughes Bros had just left it at that, we'd have been fine.

But instead they concoct some truly risible theological poignancy regarding Man's destiny and the saving of civilisation that is really kindergarten stuff and very patronising.

Their film tries to carry a message, much the same way that Eli, himself, does, but when the time comes for its eventual and massively signposted delivery, you run the risk of having already sold-out to the Land of Nod. But at least the brothers would have supplied a good score for such a heavy and portentous action-sermon, wouldn't they?

Ahh, well, folks This is the type of score that you get from Cliff Martinez and David Julyan when cross-pollinated with Vangelis. We are in the land of endless glassy textures, lost without a map. Thematically, there really isn't much at work. This is ambient underscore, overscore, almost complete score-bore, that pulsates steadily and richly, but does not commit itself to the creation of any one direct leitmotif. But whereas many such scores that choose to go down this densely energised path become depressingly singular and moody without any empathetic connection, Ross constructs a milieu that he would clearly wish was as nourishing as Zimmer's extraordinary muzak for Terence Malik's The Thin Red Line or Mark Isham's for The Hitcher.

Or anything from Tangerine Dream. However, barring some sporadically and, I'll admit, terrific passages along the way, this is nowhere near as good as any of them. In fact, watching the film leaves you with the distinct impression that there was hardly any music in it at all, so slow, sparse and ambient is the collage of textures and languid mood-scapes that adorn it.

No doubt the Hughes Bros are happy with it, and it certainly fits the monotonous and dusty trail that the narrative marches along. But it simply isn't memorable in any way, shape or form.

From Hell, the last movie that the siblings made before this - which was a long time ago - had a terrific score from Trevor Jones that not only complemented the film and the story it embraced, but made for a great album in its own right, barring that ludicrous track from Marilyn Manson. The cues, whether they be adorned by strings, synths, guitars, drums, or operatic voices, are equally balanced and utilized not simply as workmanlike devices for furthering the story in the film, but to adorn a work that can be widely enjoyed apart from its cinematic counterpart.

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Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts.Listening to the tracks really brings you back to the drama of the film all over again.

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It's okay. Carnegie's Demise. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Entertainment Inc. It's all here folks! Den Of Vice by Atticus Ross. The score contains a well balanced mixture of electronic elements, rock instrumentation and ornamentation in places, and beautiful classical elements with excellent dynamics, layered, expansive textures and effects, without once sounding overdone.