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Comments about the soundtrack for Coraline (Bruno Coulais)
Chronological order of tracks?

Joel
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Chronological order of tracks?   Sunday, March 22, 2009 (2:41 p.m.) 
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Hey guys,
I was curious if anyone knew of the proper chronological order of tracks for Coraline? clearly they seem to be out of order, and one advantage of digital music is that I can rearrange as I prefer. So does anyone know how to best arrange these?
thanks



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Jacques (formerly "Jak")
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FunnyML
Re: Chronological order of tracks?   Friday, June 19, 2009 (4:34 a.m.) 

> Hey guys,
> I was curious if anyone knew of the proper chronological order of tracks
> for Coraline? clearly they seem to be out of order, and one advantage of
> digital music is that I can rearrange as I prefer. So does anyone know how
> to best arrange these?
> thanks

I think that the tracks are in order. I've seen the film twice and it seems to me that they are. But I could be wrong.


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Re: Chronological order of tracks?   Wednesday, December 30, 2009 (1:49 p.m.) 

My guess. Please keep in mind, that some tracks are longer and different in the film than on the OST.

01 - Dreaming [OST#02]
02 - Installation [OST#03]
03 - Exploration [OST#05]
[The Ominous Door - unreleased]
04 - In The Bed [OST#15]
[Other Mother - unreleased]
05 - Other Father Song [OST#06]
06 - The Supper [OST#07]
[See You Soon - unreleased]
07 - Bobinsky [OST#08]
[Mixed Up Mice - unreleased]
08 - Spink & Forcible [OST#16]
[Departed Angels - unreleased]
[Future Telling - unreleased]
[Wuss Puss - unreleased]
09 - Trap For The Mices [OST#11]
10 - Fantastic Garden / Coraline Fly [OST#09,10]
[Other Wybie - unreleased]
[Carneval Music Source - unreleased]
11 - Mice Circus [OST#12]
[Transition - unreleased]
[Shopping Store Source - unreleased]
12 - Dreams Are Dangerous [OST#13]
[Through The Door Again - unreleased]
[Talking Cat - unreleased]
[Orchestra Tuning Source - unreleased]
13 - Sirens Of The Sea [OST#14]
[Acrobatic Interlude Source - unreleased]
14 - It Was Fantastic [OST#17]
15 - Playing Piano [OST#20]
16 - Cocobeetles [OST#22]
17 - Ghost Children [OST#18]
18 - Let's Go [OST#19]
19 - Wybie That Talks [OST#21]
[Century Candy - unreleased]
20 - Alone [OST#23]
[Help Us - unreleased]
21 - Coraline Dispair [OST#26]
[The Parent Trap - unreleased]
[The Game - unreleased]
22 - Dangerous Garden [OST#21]
23 - The Theater [OST#27]
24 - The Famous Mister B [OST#28]
[untitled - unreleased]
25 - You Know I Love You [OST#29]
26 - Reunion [OST#25]
[Night - unreleased]
27 - The Hand [OST#31]
28 - The Party [OST#32]
29 - End Credits [OST#01]
[End Credits 2 - unreleased]
30 - Mechanical Lullaby [OST#30]


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Jacques (formerly "Jak")
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Re: Chronological order of tracks?   Friday, June 19, 2009 (4:36 a.m.) 

> Hey guys,
> I was curious if anyone knew of the proper chronological order of tracks
> for Coraline? clearly they seem to be out of order, and one advantage of
> digital music is that I can rearrange as I prefer. So does anyone know how
> to best arrange these?
> thanks

OH SORRY! except the first and last tracks which need to be switched around. My bad.


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Re: Chronological order of tracks?   Saturday, June 20, 2009 (2:28 p.m.) 

> OH SORRY! except the first and last tracks which need to be switched
> around. My bad.

So just move "End Credits" to the end and it's all in order? I thought the "Sirens of the Sea" song fell later in the film than it was positioned on the soundtrack.


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Re: Chronological order of tracks?   Wednesday, September 16, 2009 (4:45 p.m.) 

I've been thinking of this myself, so when I bought the DVD I gave it a thorough listen. It seems that the album is chronological except for two things:

"End Credits" belongs at the end, obviously, and "Mechanical Lullaby" belongs after it rather than before "The Hand." "Lullaby" only appears in the end credits of the movie as far as I can tell; it sounds like an alternate version of the main titles music that was used to pad out the end.

> Hey guys,
> I was curious if anyone knew of the proper chronological order of tracks
> for Coraline? clearly they seem to be out of order, and one advantage of
> digital music is that I can rearrange as I prefer. So does anyone know how
> to best arrange these?
> thanks



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