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The Road to Sourceville - question

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The Road to Sourceville - question   Monday, December 15, 2003 (1:35 a.m.) 

I have a question regarding track on CD "The Road to Sourceville". Is it referring in the film to a scene when Trinity walks out of the train and runs towards Neo and this great statement of a love theme appears, or is it referring to the scene when Neo and Trinity flying to the machine city and seeing those endless human plants, cause on the beginning of the cue is very powerful burst of chorus and it's similar to the "Power Plant" from first score and also to music in film (if I good remember of course) that describes those human plants. That's why I'm not sure, or maybe it is some kind of mix of music from two scenes into one track?

Thanks for Your time

Tomek

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Re: The Road to Sourceville - question   Friday, January 2, 2004 (1:47 p.m.) 

It's the music that plays during the Neo-Trinity scene in the train station.

The reason it's got that powerful AHHHHH!! at the beginning and is called "the road to Sourceville" is because at the very beginning of the scene Neo has a brief vision of the 3 power lines leading to the machine city.

"Saw Bitch Workhorse" is the music for Neo/Trinity's actual approach to the machine city itself.

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Re: The Road to Sourceville - question   Monday, January 5, 2004 (11:36 p.m.) 

> It's the music that plays during the Neo-Trinity scene in the train
> station.
> The reason it's got that powerful AHHHHH!! at the beginning and is called
> "the road to Sourceville" is because at the very beginning of
> the scene Neo has a brief vision of the 3 power lines leading to the
> machine city.

Thanks much for great explanation! Now I see the reason for this powerful statement of chorus.

> "Saw Bitch Workhorse" is the music for Neo/Trinity's actual
> approach to the machine city itself.

Aha, that I know - it's awesome track, especially this extremely fast, syncoped motif that is endlessly repeated by some low-brass instrument (I don't know which one exactly).

Tomek


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