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Rush

9 Sept. 2013 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 6 Sept. 2013
  • Release Date: 9 Sept. 2013
  • Label: Sony Classical
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  • Total Length: 1:04:35
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  • ASIN: B00EQX1RGI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,105 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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I love the film, defo my film of 2013! Thought I'd get the soundtrack for my dad for his birthday.
It came a few days before his bday so I thought what the hell I'll listen to it and I was so happy I did. When watching the film you don't realise how much of an impact the music has until you listen to it by itself. WOW is all I can say
It's an Amazing soundtrack!
I will warn people though if you listen to the soundtrack while driving try not to get too carried away with the music because you will think your a racing driver ;P
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I bought this after seeing the movie..a great movie!
I have always liked the music of Hans Zimmer, "Gladiator" soundtrack still being my favourite. I play this "Rush" CD in the car. It will get your adrenalin going, especially track 23. About half of the tracks are worth listening to, which isn't bad.
Overall, I would give this a cautious recommendation, but I am glad I bought it.
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Another superb soundtrack from Hans Zimmer, The music really takes you back to the 70's and powerfully portrays the ecstasy and agony of that fateful 1976 season. Both powerfully loud and punchy for the racing scenes and yet emotional and moving around Lauda's accident and recovery. If you loved the film or just love soundtracks get this! It gives you what it says on the cover. A pure musical Rush!!!
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Some excellent tracks, not just orchestral but pop (Thin Lizzie, Bowie) but a number of frustrating ones too, where a promising riff or gentle theme dies away after a minute or two. But overall up there with some of Zimmer's best work (Thin Blue Line, Black Hawk Down, Gladiator).
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The Ron Howard/Hans Zimmer collaborations are some of the best in modern cinema in my opinion. Zimmer's scores for The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons, and hidden gem Frost / Nixon have produced music that brings out something different in the composer compared to his usual offerings. Rush is no exception, and alongside Zimmer's usual offerings there's quite a lot of writing for the electric guitar, which isn't something Zimmer has used much in the past couple of decade or so.

The album sounds very well produced and lasts just over an hour.There are 24 tracks in total, so I won't mention every one. The main theme is introduced in the opening track "1976", which is pretty good, but it is fairly short and did remind me of the start of the Lannister theme from Game of Thrones by fellow Remote Control composer Ramin Djawadi. There are several reprisals of this across the album, but one of my favourites was in "Inferno" (Track 18) with a really nice string/synth rendition, but perhaps the longest and most fleshed out version was in the longest track on the album "Lost but Won". It's the longest track on the album and definitely the highlight of the album. This theme is also present in the final track "My Best Enemy" (Track 24), with additional choral backing before the chequered flag ends proceedings.
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I liked the music when I saw the film. Hans Zimmer has written something that sums up many of the aspects of F1 in this era. The music suits the various phases of the film through the drama, naer tradegy and overall feel of the sport through the 1976 championship
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"Rush" continues Hans Zimmer's recent trend of percussion and electronics. The music is full of thrills and has a certain intensity throughout, which can get tedious at times but feels very appropriate for a racing film. While I see the score working extremely well within the film, it's not quite as interesting as an isolated listening experience.

There are a number of really great tracks on the album. "1976" [Track 1] and "Stopwatch" [Track 4] are two of my favorites. Several songs are also included (like "Fame" by David Bowie), which is great because it gives the album some much needed diversity.

One thing I enjoy about many of Zimmer's albums is that one track often flows into the next without pause. Keep in mind that if you like to just buy 1-2 of your favorite tracks in MP3 format, they might start/end abruptly. This is because most of the tracks for "Rush" start off exactly where the last track ended, with absolutely no silence in between.

"Rush" is the third of Zimmer's major works of 2013 - he also scored "Man of Steel" and "The Longer Ranger". He's had a great year overall; although of the three I consider "The Lone Ranger" to be his best work (and that score has the most replay value). Still, if you like Zimmer's style and want some cool music to drive to, then the "Rush" soundtrack gets my recommendation.

FAVORITE TRACKS
[1] 1976
[4] Stopwatch
[15] Car Trouble
[20] For Love
[24] My Best Enemy
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