Music by Atli Örvarsson Produced by Atli Örvarsson Executive Producer: Hans Zimmer Executive Producer for Varese Sarabande: Robert Townson Music Arranged & Programmed by Atli Örvarsson Synth Programming by Clay Duncan Music Conducted by Andy Brown & Atli Örvarsson Music Recorded by Steve McLaughlin, Slamm Andrews, Jeff Biggers & Skuli Gautason Music Recorded at Abbey Road, Air Lyndhurst & Remote Control Productions Music Mixed by Alan Meyerson & Steve McLaughlin
Soloists: Vocals: Thorhildur Örvarsdottir Electric Cello: Martin Tillmann Tablas & Percussion: Satnam Ramgotra Piano & Trumpet: Atli Örvarsson
Music Editor: Del Spiva Music Production Services: Steven Kofsky Orchestrations: Bruce Fowler Technical Score Engineer: Jörg Hüttner ProTools Engineers: Thomas Broderick & Greg Vines Music Preparation: Jill Streater Music Performed by The London Metropolitan Orchestra & The Metro Voices Mastered by Erick Labson
Special Thanks: Hans Zimmer, RZA, Shavo, Mathieu Kassovitz, Sam Schwartz, Kurt Woolner, Butch Kaplan, Steve Kofsky, Jerome "Over the Line" Hadey, Irfane "Hell of a Caucasian" Khan-Acito, Jörg Hüttner, Clay Duncan, Del Spiva, Martin Tillman, George Clinton, Arthur & Elisabeth Forney, Steve McLaughlin & Anna Örvarsson
Release date : 10/14/2008
Write your own comment here (in english please)
This zone is only to post comment, not to ask for CD downloading, copying or trading ! Each comment can be possibly edited or deleted to ensure it is suitable for public presentation.
Babylon Requiem is most definitely the highlight piece in this score. It's a sort of combination of the mysterious Angels & Demons choirs and ostinatos, the frenzied Dark Knight chopping strings, and energy to rival Requiem for a Tower. Go Atli!
The music suffers from the same problem the film does. It has no proper ending, no climatic action cue. Most of the tracks are dark-brooding-ambient style which gers boring after a few minutes. A few theme stand out though. Nice effort, but could have been much better.