32 Songs, 1 Hour 8 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

The Rhythmist ,


Craig Armstrong you beautiful man! Bravo! Well done! This soundtrack, simply put, is fantastic. But no that’s not all. It was made, tailored even, to the requirements of the movie. Scenes where usually dull, meaningless music plays in the background just to fill-in instead of silence now have a beautiful and extremely touching, melancholic Victorian music accompanying them in Victor Frankenstein. Not all tracks are great, but those that are, well, they are great and even more so. Again, bravo Craig Armstrong, I hope to listen to more and more of your truly touching and emotional music. Oh! I almost forgot! Buy this album!!!!

Mz Mewzik ,


This is another film score by Craig Armstrong that demonstrates his deep understanding of orchestral color and composition form. Without resorting to typical 'spooky' music for this film, Armstrong instead develops a sense of empathy with the listener. His Dark Red Theme 3 is a gorgeous example of Armstrong's use of I6 chords in his descending bass lines. The build in this song is very moving, particularly when the kettle drum is added to the mix. Thank you for this fine film score.

jspresents ,

Haunting score

Saw this movie today…. just amazing. Both Radcliffe and McAvoy did superb jobs in acting and the score was just as good. Very haunting melodies. However, I can’t find the score where Igor (Radcliffe) goes to the ball and dances with the girl. It was an awesome violin rhythm but I can’t seem to find it on any of the tracks.

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