Interstellar (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Hans Zimmer - 180 grm 2LP
Hans Zimmer – Interstellar (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Music On Vinyl – MOVATM023, WaterTower Music – MOVATM023, Sony Classical – MOVATM023
At The Movies –
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition, 180 Gram
Pressed on 180 gram audiophile vinyl, housed in a high-gloss gatefold sleeve and includes a 4-page booklet, all protected in a custom PVC sleeve with sickers.
09 Mar 2015
Electronic, Classical, Stage & Screen
Score, Ambient, Contemporary, Modern Classical, Soundtrack
A1 Hans Zimmer - Dreaming Of The Crash 3:50
A2 Hans Zimmer - Cornfield Chase 2:05
A3 Hans Zimmer - Dust 5:38
A4 Hans Zimmer - Day One 3:16
A5 Hans Zimmer - Message From Home 1:40
B6 Hans Zimmer - Stay 6:50
B7 Hans Zimmer - The Wormhole 1:29
B8 Hans Zimmer - Afraid Of Time 2:31
B9 Hans Zimmer - A Place Among The Stars 3:27
B10 Hans Zimmer - No Time For Caution 3:59
C11 Hans Zimmer - Murph 11:14
C12 Hans Zimmer - Detach 6:38
D13 Hans Zimmer - Running Out 1:53
D14 Hans Zimmer -Tick-Tock 8:12
D15 Hans Zimmer - Where We're Going 7:35
D16 John Lithgow, Ellen Burstyn, Casey Affleck, Jessica Chastain, Matthew McConaughey, Mackenzie Foy Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night
Written-By [Poem, Uncredited] – Dylan Thomas
Score recorded at: Lyndhurst Hall, Air Studios and Temple Church, London.
Score mixed at: Remote Control Productions, Santa Monica CA.
Published by Warner-Olive Music, LCC and Paramount Allegra Music (ASCAP)
℗ & © 2014 WaterTower Music. Motion Picture Artwork and Photography © 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Paramount Pictures Corporation. Under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. Manufactured and distributed by Music On Vinyl B.V. for Sony Music Entertainment. Made in the EU.
Tracktitles listed sequentially on release.
There is no credits for track D16 on release.
( amazon) "Interstellar" is definitely one of the best soundtracks of the year. .. for Interstellar I wanted to own the 2LP as a both collectible and as a source of the highest quality of music.
As for the score itself, it is really great. I would say this is one of the cases where the music works better as presented in the movie than it does on it's own; but it is really a pleasure to listen to this music in any context. There is not a weak track in the bunch - I've listed my five personal favorites below. My only concern is that it left me wanting more, and indeed I was disappointed to find out that some tracks that I wanted were not included here (a few are available on iTunes, others remain unreleased).
There are only a few key themes here, and they are included a number of times on the album. An example: variations of "Day One", which I would call the main theme of Interstellar, can be heard in the tracks "Cornfield Chase" (where it is more upbeat) and "S.T.A.Y." (where it is more somber). This is not a bad thing to hear variations of the same theme, especially when it's so good."
 Cornfield Chase
 Day One
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