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TheCollectiveFacade
January 30th 2014


1276 Comments


"their most vital sonic achievement to date" thats quite the reaching possibility

TheCollectiveFacade
January 30th 2014


1276 Comments


double

Pavelboca
January 30th 2014


83 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Your opinion is noted and respected, Collective!

DurzoBlint
January 30th 2014


1396 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Really good soundtrack, fit the film well. One of the better films from last year (if it was even last

year? I think I saw it a while ago via torrent...)

TheCollectiveFacade
January 30th 2014


1276 Comments


as is yours pavel, ^ lol solid DP dude, probably one of the coolest references i've seen. Great movie,
even cooler character concept

minty901
January 30th 2014


3976 Comments


this is really moving

Artuma
January 30th 2014


32762 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

agreeeeeed

ADAMWD
January 31st 2014


93 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Listening to this by itself alright, but hearing the music accompany the movie contextually is way more satisfying.

iglu
January 31st 2014


1740 Comments


"did he off himself after scarjo left him to the world of matrixx?"

he probably just hooked up with Amy Adams

PeyoteCoyote
February 1st 2014


12 Comments


"Thanks jeremology. It's interesting- in the credits of the film it lists arcade fire. The Grammys listed Will and Owen. Are there any sources that say which is the definitive answer?"

I'm not completely sure, but I think the Oscars credit scores based on the composers alone, whereas films can credit them to the composer or the performers or some combination thereof. Arcade Fire performed the score and Jonze, et al opted to put them in the credits, but the Oscars have to list Pallett and Butler as the official nominees. So basically, both are right. For these purposes I'd stick with crediting it to Arcade Fire since that's how the movie does it and that's probably how it'll be marketed.

anarchistfish
February 3rd 2014


30304 Comments


people always overrate OSTs

RadicalEd
February 8th 2014


9546 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Nah. They just give it a rating as an OST and not as a normal Album.

Pheromone
February 8th 2014


21324 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Really average OST though

NightProwler
February 8th 2014


7006 Comments


Wow, finally saw the movie. Amazing. Soundtrack is really good and fits well in certain scenes, but I'd honestly expected there to be more of it. But that is ONLY because of the praise I'd heard about it: had I not, I'd be more than happy about it

avonbarksdale221
February 8th 2014


8298 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

one of those situations when expectations confound reality. it's sparse, cold, distant where their usual material is nostalgic and massive-sounding, so I could see it coming as a shock. agreed that the movie was amazing though.

luci
February 9th 2014


12844 Comments


finally listened to this and it's fantastic, as expected. review is excellent too

NightProwler
February 9th 2014


7006 Comments


Avon: I really liked what I heard in the movie, nothing there at all, I just thought that the movie itself would have more of it than it did. So just a minor detail


Edit: Will have to listen to this in fully without the movie soon enough, though :]

unaMUSEd
February 19th 2014


1441 Comments


Who the fuck negged a Pavelboca review.

hogan900
March 3rd 2014


3313 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Wow I loved this. I'm kinda shocked that an OST would be one of their best releases in a while. Even though I consider myself a fan, Neon Bible was probably the last bit of fun I had with this band. Glad Butler created something beautiful with this.

SaneTBP
March 15th 2014


2127 Comments


The movie was amazing, but the soundtrack was kind of a disappointmeint. Still pretty solid stuff



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