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Limitless
(2011)
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Composed, Arranged, and Produced by:
Paul Leonard-Morgan
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Relativity Music Group
(March 15th, 2011)
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Buy it... if you suffer from a Narcissistic Personality Disorder that includes, but is not limited to, unexplainable self-punishment, guilt-purging behavior patterns, unloving strangulation of self-freedom, compulsive-ritualistic tendencies, and inertly reverting to default, counterproductive conduct.

Avoid it... if you have an affectionate attachment to your brain cells, because you'll discovered several of them missing after sitting through the album of this brash, mechanized noise.
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FILMTRACKS TRAFFIC RANK: #1,718
WRITTEN 4/26/11
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Limitless: (Paul Leonard-Morgan) There are a lot of stupid people out there, and that's probably why there's this scientific myth that the average human can only use 20% of his or her brain power at any given time. That, of course is inaccurate, lending credence to the simple fact that people likely choose to be lazy slouches and play with their sex organs rather than invent the next source of clean, abundant energy. In reality, though, if every neuron in the brain were to fire at the same time, that person would be killed or substantially damaged by the shift in the body's oxygen supply. Never mind such trivial matters when watching the 2011 thriller Limitless, however, a movie that postulates that people could invent a pill that would allow you to use all of your brain's potential simultaneously and perpetually. The lead character is down in the dumps when he acquires this drug, and not long after that he finds himself rich, with the woman he loves, and a target of those trafficking the pills. His aspirations turn to corporate and political power, all the while dealing with the drug's side effects. Though it would have been funny if the plot had left the man alone, destitute, and with irreparable erectile dysfunction, Limitless instead shows him become superhuman even after weaning himself of the pills, a lovely lesson to be taught to our younger generations about the benefits of drugs. The movie (formerly named "The Dark Fields" after the book that inspired it) is a science fiction thriller with a fair amount of chasing, and it stirred up enough critical praise and word of mouth to generate impressive returns at the box office. None of the production elements (not even Robert De Niro in a supporting role) was meant to stimulate that extra 80% of our supposed brain power, unfortunately, and foremost amongst the ridiculously stupid aspects of Limitless is its original score. Most people outside of Great Britain will not be familiar with Scottish composer Paul Leonard-Morgan as of 2011, but his road towards this first international feature recognition is populated with music far better than what you hear in Limitless. For those who have appreciated his career for its variety of television scores, solo album, and arrangements of electronics, vocals, and strings, there is easily a discernable connection between his style and that of collaborator Craig Armstrong. While much of his score and solo work could be written off by film music veterans as bland contemporary electronic blends for low budget environments, Leonard-Morgan has been honored with both a BAFTA award win and Ivor Novello nomination for his efforts. His grand orchestral work for a recent BBC show about Scotland's history is impressive.



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Scifi1972 - September 2, 2012, at 9:50 p.m.
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TRACK LISTINGS AND AUDIO
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Total Time: 53:23
• 1. Opening (1:52)
• 2. Psyched (0:51)
• 3. Trading Up (1:04)
• 4. Eddie Knows What to Do (1:02)
• 5. Trippy (3:45)
• 6. I Still Love You (1:05)
• 7. Limitless (1:29)
• 8. Coming Up (3:59)
• 9. And Eddie Reunite (0:31)
• 10. Walk Home (1:29)
• 11. Down the Hatch (2:47)
• 12. Escaping Tancoat (1:02)
• 13. Hiring Eddie (1:14)
• 14. Van Loon (2:28)
• 15. Hiring Bodyguards (1:41)
• 16. Lindy Chase (4:52)
• 17. Lindy Leaves Eddie (1:29)
• 18. Trashed Hotel (1:01)
• 19. Phone Tap (2:38)
• 20. Apartment Carnage (4:35)
• 21. Eddie is Sick (1:23)
• 22. You Want More? (2:47)
• 23. Eddie's Back (2:31)
• 24. Gennady Drop In (1:26)
• 25. Happy Pills (4:33)

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