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Comments about the soundtrack for Tomb Raider (Graeme Revell)

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Re: What is the Music Cue Played in This Scene?
• Posted by: Cows N' Roses   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, September 22, 2006, at 5:48 p.m.
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• In Response to: What is the Music Cue Played in This Scene? (John)

> What music cue is played "Once" Lara and Bryce get off the
> vehicles in Iceland and Bryce says "This country is an Icecube!"

> The next shot shows the dog sleds taking off too the ancient ruins - we
> see part of the eclipse and shots of Lara and the others as they travel
> from and into the ruins through the tunnel = that whole section had a
> piece of music playing that starts right after Track 13. Siberia ends - it
> sounds like a guitar jamming while the orchestra gives off the background
> rythm - where can i find this score piece? I've heard that its Track 13.
> Siberia - taken right off the Tomb Raider Score - then i've heard it was
> Nine Inch Nails "Deep" But its not and if somebody can help me
> please! Hey did you know that U2 - Elevation (Influx Remix) - is the
> song played when Lara rides from canoe into the ancient temple city?
> I didnt know that till today!

Hey! The song is called Siberia and it's from Graeme Revell. I heard it. You can buy the album: Tomb Raider - Score (the cover is different from the one we're used to) at Amazon or Wall Mart. I'm trying to find it for free though but still no luck. I'll have to buy this album.

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