17 Songs, 1 Hour 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Ken Burns doc gets a haunting, moody score from two legends.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Ken Burns doc gets a haunting, moody score from two legends.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

toshiromifune ,

Ghost train continues to roll beautifully..

Having been such a fan of Ghosts upon release, I never could have dreamed that it would lead directly to Social Network and now all of their continuing soundtrack work. I couldn’t be happier. While the actual documentary does use pieces from Ghosts and Network, this album is 100% new and vintage Reznor and Ross. Tracks like What Comes Back could have been an extra on NIN latest EP. From sad, haunting and beautiful to steady, long, tense, rocking instrumental grooves, this might be their best soundtrack yet.

Kunye vest ,

Amazingly haunting piece!

Trent Rossner has done it again! I swear they make the greatest soundtracks, even though they're known for nin, and I've been a fan for nearly 30 years I actually look forward to more of their soundtrack work...it feels almost more fitting and authentic to their evolution. I absolutely loved Girl With The Dragon Tattoo soundtrack. Keep up the great innovative textures and sounds. I feel like you guys have made a big difference in the world!

demonOS_ ,

Yet another amazing soundtrack from these two

The mood on this is incredible.

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