19 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

French DJ Vincent Belorgay (a.k.a. Kavinsky) sets the tone here with “Nightcall,” a sexy slice of perfect Parisian electro-pop in the vein of Air, Darkel, and Phoenix. Chromatics’ “Tick of the Clock” manages to work in palpable tension within a minimal krautrock framework reminiscent of Neu! and Kraftwerk. Check the icy synthesizer soundscapes of “Rubber Head,” where pulsing analog keyboard repetitions recall those of Popol Vuh.

EDITORS’ NOTES

French DJ Vincent Belorgay (a.k.a. Kavinsky) sets the tone here with “Nightcall,” a sexy slice of perfect Parisian electro-pop in the vein of Air, Darkel, and Phoenix. Chromatics’ “Tick of the Clock” manages to work in palpable tension within a minimal krautrock framework reminiscent of Neu! and Kraftwerk. Check the icy synthesizer soundscapes of “Rubber Head,” where pulsing analog keyboard repetitions recall those of Popol Vuh.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
158 Ratings

158 Ratings

sikeepitreal ,

Full album rip-off once again!

I loved this movie and the music. However, I'll go to my local music store and buy the album. The requirement to buy the whole album defeats the purpose of using itunes and frankly is garbage! I'll take my money elsewhere for these full album purchases.

eleutheria28 ,

Album Only?

I was really excited to come home and buy this album - until I realized you had to buy the score songs in order to get the soundtrack ones I really wanted!! Not cool, itunes!! Everyone chirps me for continuing to pay you for my music and this is how you thank me? Terrible!!! FIX THIS

Jasmine deLottinville ,

amazingly retro

I saw this movie last night and right when the opening credits started rolling, I said to myself that i had to have the album! great songs that are the best fit for such a great movie!

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