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Tron: Legacy

6 Dec. 2010 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 3 Dec. 2010
  • Release Date: 6 Dec. 2010
  • Label: Parlophone Catalogue
  • Copyright: (C) 2010 Disney This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved. (C) 2010 Disney
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  • Total Length: 1:01:13
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  • ASIN: B004DNAMYY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 163 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,279 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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Well, it clearly harks back to the 1970's in places, but in an understated and intelligent way. Am I the only person who gets hints of Kraft & Alexander, Isao Tomita and the French guy (Jarre) in here?.
I have to strongly recommend this album for people of all ages. This is art at its zenith. As film sound tracks go, this is easily up there with Akira, but it's much more accessible to our little Western ears. I want to go and see the film.

A short review but an enthusiastic one. Having heard this on a free streaming site (spot***), I'm buying this cd today.
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Went to see the movie on Wednesday and loved it but must admit that I'm not a Daft Punk fan and seeing that they had worked on the entire score for the film put me off a little.

I should have had more faith. It's certainly not the usual Daft Punk style by any means and I mean this in a very, very positive way. The film is fantastic and the soundtrack really shines through. It's full of pounding, harsh synth tones and soft yet very powerful orchestral notes which fit perfectly with the film's unique and graphically stunning art direction.

It really shows Daft Punk in a new light and proves to me that they are capable of much more than the usual house music they're known for. They have created some exceptional pieces of music that are capable of provoking some pretty strong emotion. In short I love the film, and love this soundtrack equally as much. The only criticism I have is that I wish some of the tracks were longer.
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The piece is magnificent, and some of the tracks even give me goosebumps when I listen to them. But the downloads Amazon gave me were of a substandard codec (VLC tells me it's 128kbps MP3, CBR), and the Linux support for Cloud Player's download service is terrible. With all the money going through Amazon, and what they are allegedly withholding from the government of my country of residence, I thought they would have the resources to do better.

I got around this technicality, but in retrospect, I should have used one of the competitors.
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It's hard to believe this is Daft Punk's first movie soundtrack, they've been around for years after all, but what a piece of work this is.

When you think about it Daft Punk were an obvious choice for this soundtrack, not in a lazy 'oh yeah, they do electronic sounding music' kind of way but in the way their music has such texture and feels simultaneously rooted in the past but bang up to date - perfect for an update of such a classic film . Of course the original Tron is rooted way back in 1982 and Daft Punk's retro vibes do tip their hat to that very different era whilst delivering something completely modern at the same time - not an easy task but it's done with a very sure hand here.

The pallete Daft Punk have drawn from is wonderfully varied and most tracks have a beautifully realised electronic motif interwoven with more traditional orchestral arrangement to stunning effect.

Listening to the soundtrack in isolation I find my mind filled with imagery from the film - no bad thing as both the music and visuals from the film are things of complete beauty. If a sountrack can ever be said to be 'good' based on how well it fits with the visuals then this soundtrack is surely one of the best. I find it rare these days to be as conscious of the music in films, to me this soundtrack was an equal to what I was seeing onscreen but the combined effect of the amazing visuals and sound add up to something far more than the sum of their parts.

I've seen in other reviews that the repetitiveness of the music has put some people off a little. I can't deny there is repetition here but that's what Daft Punk do... Around the World was just the same vamp over and over to almost hypnotic but stunning effect (and with that video it's just even better...
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By Mr. M. A. Reed TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 13 Jan. 2011
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The Movie Soundtrack is the modern classical genre. And by classical, I do not mean the use of traditional orchestral instruments, but a genre that works in a very specific of structure : where elements are not confined to verse, chorus, middle-eight, break, but to a set of overlapping textures, recurring themes and multiple motifs, as well as the knowledge that What You Leave Out Is As Important As What You Leave In.

No longer confined by instrumentation, the soundtrack as a genre can, in my mind, be more clearly defined as music that evokes feeling. Many modern soundtracks evoke disgust in me. I don't think anyone cares or wants to remember that Nickelback soundtracked a Spiderman movie. Would anyone have minded if modern movies don't contain a carelessly shoehorned in rock or bad rap song? Nothing dates faster than the date itself.

The Golden Age of the Movie Soundtrack started, in earnest, with the names Bernard Hermann. Jerry Goldsmith. John Williams. Their work has become both unextractable from the films, and separate, eternal pieces of music. Who can listen to "Also Sprach Zarathustra" without thinking of the rotating space station? Who hasn't at some point, pulled off some personal coup and thought about the rising, rousing Indiana Jones theme as they walked down the street after? Maybe it's just me.

Add another name to the list : Daft Punk. Taking a cue from the groundbreaking work of Clint Mansell - in a former life, vocalist for Pop Will Eat Itself - "Tron : Legacy" is easily Daft Punk best work so far, and one of the finest contemporary soundtracks of the past decade.
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