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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Non-Stop
  2. Damaged Goods
  3. Usual Suspects
  4. Welcome to Aqualantic
  5. First Text
  6. Random Search
  7. Do Something For Me
  8. Circling Passengers
  9. Interrogations
  10. What Happened to Amsterdam?
  11. Death Number 1
  12. Reluctant Passenger / Blue Ribbon
  13. F*** It
  14. Explosions Protocol
  15. Ambush
  16. Message Received
  17. Bathroom Discovery
  18. 8000 Feet
  19. Unloaded Weapon
  20. Crash Landing
  21. Epilogue

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Non-stop [CD]

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x8e1d3b4c) out of 5 stars 5 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8e229750) out of 5 stars A "By The Numbers" But Still Entertaining Score 17 July 2014
By Kaya Savas - Published on
Format: Audio CD
John Ottman has composed some terrific scores over his career, and he’s also known for being Bryan Singer’s go-to composer... and editor... and producer. But Ottman has a good thing going with Non-Stop director Jaume Collet-Serra as well. Ottman scored Collet-Sera's feature directorial debut with House Of Wax and went on to score his other films Orphan and Unknown. So the director/composer relationship is strong here, and it continues with Non-Stop. The action thriller stars Liam Neeson as an air marshall whose involved in a ransom that threatens the passengers unless the airline transfers money into an offshore account. So, the stage is set for tension, suspense and action. Does Non-Stop deliver the goods? Yes it does.

After an awesome title track we really do start at 0mph. We don’t hit the ground running, which is a welcome change of pace. So for the first half of the album it really is about setting up the stage. Ideally I think the pace could have picked up a bit quicker as we do linger in the same area for pretty much the first half of the album, but then when things accelerate the score really does become engrossing. The tension builds to a nice emotional break that gives the score some weight. This then sets up the rest of the score, which is all precisely crafted suspenseful action.The synth work is awesome, and the suspense builds are supremely effective. There’s a nice balance of the suspense leading to some great action for an overall great ride. The score has plenty of textures and melodies to grasp onto so it never becomes one-note as well. Also in the quieter moments it never becomes dull or detached as it constantly keeps a grip on you. I really love the theme and the motifs that are carried throughout. We close on a nice epilogue that echoes the main theme.

Non-Stop is a great action thriller that follows your pretty standard formula, but done in a way that makes it feel unique and engrossing. John Ottman along with additional composer Edwin Wendler, who has worked with Ottman on many of his scores, executed a great action distraction. Non-Stop won’t change your life, but the score will definitely entertain you for an hour.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8e2297a4) out of 5 stars A "thinking man's" action movie score 22 April 2014
By Danny - Published on
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I have a few of Ottman's scores: X2, Fantastic Four, Superman Returns, Jack the Giant Slayer, and my favorite of his...Astro Boy. For an action movie score, I'd have to say that this is more thoughtful and carefully delivered. I haven't seen this movie, so I don't know how the music actually works in the film but upon listening to the score it would seem that the "action" is framed by a subtle growing tension in the music. Looking at the album cover, you'd expect planes diving and bullets flying with an accompanying score that is both bombastic and whizzing like that of spent ammunition. Instead you have a darker, sinister, and at times depressing music score that would seem to fit better in another film. You have tracks entitled "Explosions protocol" that barely get over a whisper at times. Now, it sounds like I'm beating the score up but I'm really not. I just find this approach very interesting and it has me curious to actually see the movie and how it all works. I'm sure it all comes together nicely. I call this the "Thinking Man's" soundtrack because it is very easy to listen to for an action movie score. There are large sections of the music that you could just sit back and daydream to. The daydreams might end up a little dark and depressing...but none the less...daydream you can. I suppose the movie builds up to a large climatic battle scene in the end and this music certainly compliments that theory. It is tension building at it's best...mix in some "my dark past" moments...and throw in a quick burst of boom every now and then. I like it, think it is cool to listen too, and I can appreciate John Ottman's delivery of the musical story. I recommend.
HASH(0x8f9e0894) out of 5 stars Action Soundtrack 24 May 2014
By Roberto Cavallaro - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I Like this Soundtrack and I hope that I will see the Movie soon.People should buy this Soundtrack.
Many Regards
Roberto Cavallaro
HASH(0x8e5810d8) out of 5 stars GOOD MOIVE WITH FAST PACTE 13 Aug. 2014
By Brian Fitzpatrick - Published on
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HASH(0x8e91866c) out of 5 stars Five Stars 1 May 2015
By Michele M Lynch - Published on
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