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Comments about the soundtrack for Underworld (Paul Haslinger)

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• Posted by: Fraley
• Date: Friday, October 17, 2003, at 10:48 p.m.
• IP Address: adsl-216-63-185-227.dsl.ltrkar.swbell.net

Not sure yet what to make of this album. No melody or theme, just industrial sounds put together. More "sound design" than music. However, its never really obnoxious, either, just basically mood setting underscore. The last four tracks, however, are easily the most interesting. "Miserere" includes quite choral chanting, and builds the suspence nicely. "The Last Stand" is a somewhat aggressive action cue (though still lacking melody). "Eternity and a Day" begins with a nice solo piano, and ends with more subdued underscore. "Keep Watch over the Night" takes the piano melody heard in "Eternity and a Day" and sets it to a nice beat, making it the most memorable cue on the disk.






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