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Crank: High Voltage Soundtrack, Import

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  • Audio CD (7 April 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack, Import
  • Label: Lakeshore
  • ASIN: B001TW2S6W
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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Format: Audio CD
Despite being a massive Jason Statham fan i must admit Crank: High voltage the 2009 follow up to 2006's Crank was a bit of a let down, saved only by cameo appearances and a fantastic soundtrack from Mike Patton(faith no more, fantomas, tomahawk and mr bungle) who is no stranger to doing soundtracks/scoring for movies such a A Perfect Place.

If you could compare this to any of Patton's work with other bands it would definitely be Fantomas as most tracks are short and feature bits of death metal and strange noises, not unlike Fantomas debut self titled album or Suspended Animation, if you are familiar with those albums you can guess how this album works, indeed if you have seen the movie you will know how well it worked in what was a fast paced adrenaline rush of a movie.

It's hard to pick out stand out tracks as when you separate them, they are not the same but all together they blend perfectly, track 2 "Chelios" is a gem of a track and starts of like it could be from a gangster/mob movie, "Tourettes Breakdown" is a relentless piece of music and works very well with the same piece in the movie.

If you like Mike Pattons work with Fantomas or Mr Bungle then you will definitely love this as it will be familiar to you, if however think this album is going to be song driven and more like Faith No More and tomahawk then it might not be for you, but Patton enthusiastic's(lover of all his work) will love this!!
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Format: Audio CD
A blistering and at times downright weird (what else would one expect from Mike Patton?) soundtrack to the bald cockney's latest action vehicle.

This album is so varied and schizophrenic that the average music listener will run a mile from it. There are fast moments, slow moments, loud & quiet sections but there is an underlying funky feel throughout the whole disc.

Hell, this album is probably more enjoyable than the film!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cool music for a cool movie 20 Oct. 2011
By FunkyM0nk3y - Published on
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Mike Patton creating music for a very dynamic movie nothing more to say.
Very interesting work creating interesting atmospherics for the movie.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Patton can do it all 29 Jun. 2009
By Paul - Published on
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Good soundtrack, haven't seen film yet-probably even better with the video to go along with it. Mike Patton is amazing-I listen to all his work and he is always coming up with something original that sounds great. How can one man be that creative and talented and still not sound commercial-awsome! Buy it even if you are not familiar with all his bands because it might make you a fan. Then once you're hooked there is so much great music to enjoy from all his projects
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5.0 out of 5 stars No one else 15 Feb. 2010
By Toni Wan Knobi - Published on
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could have done this better!!!! this Soundtrack could not have been mastered by another!!! Patton plays with sound like no other!!!! It's gotta be his drug of choice!!!

SWEET !!!!!!1
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5.0 out of 5 stars Everything I had hoped for... 9 Aug. 2009
By Matthew Grant - Published on
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Perfect score for this type of film...everything we've come to except from Mike Patton, and then some. Perfect for a long drive, and for getting the adrenaline going!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Strangest, best soundtrack I've heard in years. 18 April 2009
By Pfillip D. Tepper - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Like the reviewer before me, I'm a huge Mike Patton fan. Once you get into his work, be it music or his voice acting, you just get too impatient to deal with a lesser standard of entertainment like the majority of what's out there on the radio or on TV and, in this case, theaters. If you're wondering how this particular album sounds, however, first try to imagine what the perfect soundtrack to Crank would've been like. And since this movie is more violent and frenetic, the music should be as well, right? Well, it is and it isn't. Patton's scored one of the best atmospheric releases I've heard in so long - creepy when it needs to be, exciting and chaotic when our buddy Chev is going to town on dudes who don't know, and downright funky in-between everything else. You can hear the authentic traditional strings in his Asian inspired tracks like "Massage Parlor" which is just stunning and then you can hear his Korn meets Silent Hill crunchy beats-laden rock number for "The Hammer Drops." The theme for "El Huron" feels like Ennio Morricone doing music for a B-movie about space shamans. If you download one song from this soundtrack, make it "Noticias." Why? Funniest, most out-of-place 11 seconds you'll hear on any CD. Let's face it, if you don't like Mike Patton's knack for mixing 4 genres in 2 minutes, this soundtrack will hurt your brain - but if you're the kind of guy who's willing to see Crank 2, this'll most likely be up your alley.
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