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Analyze That
(2002)
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Composed and Produced by:
David Holmes

Recorded and Mixed by:
Hugo J. Nicolson

Programmed by:
Stephen Hilton
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LABEL & RELEASE DATE
TVT Soundtrax
(December 3rd, 2002)
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Regular U.S. release.
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Buy it... only if you are an established collector of David Holmes' music, because it exists as an extension of the artist's solo works rather than this particular film.

Avoid it... if you require film music that functions within any of the basic parameters in which scores typically operate, regardless of style.
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FILMTRACKS TRAFFIC RANK: #489
WRITTEN 12/7/02, REVISED 2/28/09
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Analyze That: (David Holmes) With New York's most powerful gangster now "getting in touch with his feelings," this sequel to the highly popular Analyze This returns the same principle cast under the direction of Harold Ramis for another go-around of psychiatrist versus mob boss fun. The allure of the concept, while still providing for a few laughs given Robert De Niro's tendency to turn the mobster concept into a parody at any given moment, had faded significantly since the original 1999 hit. Much of this lackluster diminishment in laughs came because of the sequel script's unfortunate attempts to insert serious drama involving Billy Crystal's character into an environment suited better to straight parody of "The Sopranos" and other pop culture representations of the mafia. The original film featured a hip score with comedic Italian music references by composer Howard Shore, released by Varèse Sarabande on a very rare (and probably retracted) album. With Shore focusing his attention on the immensity of The Lord of the Rings franchise in the early 2000's, the producers of Analyze That agreed to hired the up and coming talent of David Holmes to produce the score for the sequel film. Holmes, an Irish electronic musician, was a relative newcomer to the scoring scene, though fans of his bass-heavy, funky electronica had long claimed that his music resembled the style of retro soundtracks for nearly a decade. His lively and diverse combination of rhythms, samples, and live musicians sparked a cult-like following outside of the film music scene. His entry into film scores came largely when he was hired by Steven Soderbergh for two of his successful films, Out of Sight and Ocean's Eleven.



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552 TOTAL VOTES
Average: 2.19 Stars
***** 39 5 Stars
**** 48 4 Stars
*** 102 3 Stars
** 156 2 Stars
* 207 1 Stars
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Ceaig M - December 6, 2007, at 8:56 a.m.
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TRACK LISTINGS AND AUDIO
Audio Samples   ▼
Total Time: 30:43
• 1. Opening Credits (4:06)
• 2. Guard Shoots Vitti (0:41)
• 3. Getting the Cold (2:06)
• 4. Drive to the Heist (1:35)
• 5. Sushi Bar (2:21)
• 6. Have a Nice Day (2:24)
• 7. Restaurant Background (1:17)
• 8. Rigazzi Arrives on Set (0:48)
• 9. The Chase (1:45)
• 10. Strip Club (3:39)
• 11. Going Up in the Van (1:04)
• 12. Spell Rigazzi (0:36)
• 13. The Heist (2:27)
• 14. Car Showroom (2:21)
• 15. Driving Away in the Bus (2:24)
• 16. Bedroom (1:01)

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