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Iron Sky - The Original Film Soundtrack

1 Oct 2013 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Oct 2013
  • Label: Mute
  • Copyright: 2012 Mute Artists Limited
  • Total Length: 1:18:33
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  • ASIN: B00FAUC9WC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 55,578 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Monsewer Ross Sewage on 20 Jan 2014
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
I'm already a huge fan of Laibach. Their bombastic music and imagery has appealed to me not only for its powerful emotion, but for the sarcasm and political commentary inherent within. This, their first cinematic soundtrack, is no less bombastic. It is, however, more tongue in cheek than previous material... maybe graduating to a full on raspberry.

Iron Sky is a funny movie with a thin veil of commentary, but it is basically sci fi and military movie porn. That Laibach would attach itself to something so direct in its intent was a bit of a surprise. More surprising, however, is the adept way they've gone from pop music to a competent musical score. While the lack of a real orchestra is apparent, they hit all the notes for a good score, with leitmotifs, dirges, exciting battle music, and comical pieces. True to their past doing reinterpretations of classic rock and pop, they sneak in melodies from other composers as diverse as Wagner and John Williams.

This package is great, a beautiful gate-fold jacket with an immense picture of the band and movie characters inside. The double-vinyl is accompanied by two CDs in slip jackets so this very complete collection of material can be purchased once and enjoyed either analog or digitally. Thankfully, this version of the score doesn't feature the dialogue of the movie, so no more will I be playing the "Iron Sky" soundtrack and have screams of "Heil Hitler!" publicly emanating from my stereo in an embarrassing moment. Just the music, thanks.

If you're only a fan of Laibach's guitar-tinged industrial music, well, you're a pedant and you might be disappointed. There is only one Laibach "song" included, but it is a heart-stopping rendition of B Mashina with Milan Fras taking over vocal duties. For fans of movie scores and of Laibach's oeuvre, this is a must have.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steve Sigmon on 20 Jan 2014
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
First of all the vinyl release is loaded with great artwork from the film. The movie was amusing and very well done for the money that was spent on it and the choice to have Laibach do the soundtrack was stunning. I have been a fan since 1986 and I can see why they have the lasting power that they have. In some ways this move will confuse some who are not familiar with the group. Here in the U.S. that confusion is already going on. The album was not available through Amazon U.S., and when I was looking at it the person who wrote the promo mistakenly said Laibach was a German industrial band. If you don't already know they are from Slovenia! Most of their material is sung in German, probably due to the Nazi takeover in WW II. They were the same people who changed the name of the Slovenian capital to Laibach after their invasion of that part of the world. Laibach was the name from the days when the Romans first invaded them. The album is a very good slice of commercial soundtrack work and so far I think I have every album they have put out. If it's made by Laibach I want it.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Christian Dannie Storgaard on 1 Jun 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The soundtrack itself is wonderful, simply put. By using dialogue clips from the film itself, it successfully recreates the quirky atmosphere of the film whilst of course still giving the music the necessary space it so deserves. What lets down this package however, is the packaging. While the pressing of the CD is fine - although the splitting of the tracks is slightly off, something that luckily (or unfortunately) won't be obvious until you rip the CD to your computer - the physical cover feels extremely cheap and it's actually remarkably difficult to even get the CD out of, let alone in to, the tight cardboard container. The packaging really is much closer to a home demo CD than to a purchased one from a signed band (on Mute, no less).
As the soundtrack is only available as either this physical CD or the lower quality MP3 and AAC versions available at Amazon and iTunes respectively, you are still best off with this 16bit 44.1 KHz rendition, though it's a shame it won't look or feel good as a physical item in your collection.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By buttercup on 15 Jun 2012
Format: Audio CD
Creating music for a comedy about nazis on the moon - that is the best case scenario for a band like Laibach. They never fail to impress and with the Iron Sky OST they are surpassing expectations. The album should be taken as a conceptual piece rather than track by track, it is more of an audio film, with key lines from the film to complement the sonic beauty. I also liked the booklet showing all the weapons from the film. So I would definitely recommend this album, even if the listener is not a Laibach fan. It's simply a great achievement and if you are into Wagner, John Williams and Vic Mizzy (The Adams Family OST), this is the album for you.
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2 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Reddy on 28 May 2012
Format: Audio CD
Music and Dialogue from the movie "Iron Sky"

1. B-Mashina (Iron Sky Prequel)
2. Take Me To Heaven
3. Problems, Big Time! / Schwarze Sonne
4. Classroom (Where Are We From?) / Spaceship Hangar
5. Kameraden, Wir Kehren Heim!
6. Ein Spion Von Der Erde
7. Sauerkraut
8. Washington's Escape
9. Dr. Righter's Laboratory
10. Vivian's "Untergang"
11. Klaus And Renate
12. In The Machine
13. Renate And Washington At The Lab / Albinising Operation
14. Nazi Expedition To Earth
15. Renate's Surprise
16. Peace Lovin' Brother Rap
17. The Good Times For The Bad People
18. Renate's Message Of Peace
19. The Miracle In White House
20. The Answer To The Question
21. The Moon Nazis Are Coming
22. 125' Later Ragtime
23. A Good War Blues (Klaus And Vivian)
24. Die Flotte Ist Bereit
25. Der Führer's Last Waltz
26. Meteorblitzkrieg Begins
27. Ready To Face The Music (Conterattack)
28. Un Security Council Confessions
29. Space Battle Suite
30. James And Renate Inside The Götterdämmerung
31. The United States Of America Does Not Negotiate With Terrorists
32. Moon Attack
33. Götterdämmerung Muss Fliegen
34. Feuer Frei!
35. Fight Between Washington And Dr. Righter
36. Klaus And Renate's Final 'Rendezvous'
37. The Fall Of Götterdämmerung
38. America
39. Under The Iron Sky
40. End Title (We Leave In Peace)
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