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Comments about the soundtrack for Constantine (Brian Tyler/Klaus Badelt)

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Tyler & Badelt's Constantine
• Posted by: JMG   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, August 12, 2005, at 11:27 a.m.
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I watched the film and I fell in love of the photography, the music, and most of all, Rachel Weisz. But I can only talk about the soundtrack here. Tyler's themes are so great, and so repetitive, that it's a bless that Badelt included his synthetized material to make the score spicier. One of the best tracks is Track 9, "Resurrection" which includes a great choral ensemble. But unfortunately is very short. And I think that this one of the cons of the soundtrack. Perhaps if Badelt & Tyler would have edited all this tracks together, the score would have sound better and more entertaining. So that's what I've been trying to do in the late days: trying to put everything together and in orderin my computer music editor. I also noticed when I saw the film for the second time, that a lot of material is missing, and that there are lots and lots of alternate tracks of the ones that are on the soundtrack. One clear example of this is "Rooftop". In the film we here a different version. Anyway, I recomend it to those who enjoyed "End of Days" and "Devil's Advocate" as Clemmensen said.

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