16 Songs, 48 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

finnscribe ,


Great score to a great movie. Beautifully orchestrated and engineered, too!

bears. beets. battlestar galactica. ,

A fantastic, heartfelt, and pulse-pounding thrill ride of a score.

Source Code was an amazing movie! Duncan Jones is becoming It was extremely thought-provoking, exciting, very emotional, and at times, quite funny. I enjoyed it immensely. One thing that caught me right by the opening titles was the score. It's very grandiose, with lots of horns and plenty of strings, giving off an almost Giacchino-esque sound. It even sounds over-dramatic at times, but to the film's advantage. The music is also very sweeping and emotionally stimulating when it comes to conveying the emotions between Colter and his father, as well as Christina. It made the film seem all the more real and relatable. There's also a few witty moments in the music that slyly narrate the comedic ongoings of the movie too, but definitely not over the top. This is a score I would highly recommend buying to a fan of the film or just scores in general. It's exciting, moving, and fits the tone of the movie perfectly. I'm looking forward to much more of Chris Bacon's great work.

jarodmoves ,

Wonderful Sounds

Music should, like the movie transport us to another place, that it does. Like the tune "Frozen Moment", every note, touch of the keyboard reminds you of another place….one that is quiet, more beautiful then the place our body is at this moment. That is what music was intended to do....release us to another place where our mind and soul can soar free of anything around us....Listen to “Frozen Moments”, I’m Gonna Save Her” and “Regret and Reconciliation” and the tones are like dark chocolate and leaves blowing on a fall day.

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