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Ghost Rider Audiolibro, CD, Banda sonora

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CD de audio , Audiolibro, CD, 13 feb 2007
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas None of the Famous Rock Tunes, but Above Average ALL INSTRUMENTAL ONLY! 7 de septiembre de 2007
Por Bryan E. Leed - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
This GHOST RIDER SOUNDTRACK by Christopher Young seems to suffer in reviews due to the lack of any of the famous oldies heard in the film, (no "Crazy Train," no "Superstar," no "Tush," and not even the song that inspired the original creation of this comic book character, "Riders in the Sky").

Yes, it's too bad that they couldn't get the famous songs on this CD, but if you are into movie soundtrack instrumentals only, then this is the freshest movie soundtrack of any of the Marvel Comics Movies of this century!

I really enjoy the GHOST RIDER movie, (which is best in the EXTENDED CUT on DVD version), so this CD is pretty decent as background music in my car. It could use some more noticeable melodies, but the opening theme melody recurs in different variations, the spanish guitars remind me of spaghetti westerns, and the electric guitars make it more unique among many recent soundtracks, though GHOST RIDER also has its fair share of the church choir flourishes. Ghost Rider (Two-Disc Extended Cut)

The music varies from loud & heavy stomping, to gently guitar strumming, and is mostly variations in between those two extremes. Overall this GHOST RIDER SOUNDTRACK has enough variation throughout that it doesn't get on my nerves, though it isn't really so good that the music is engaging and memorable. In fact, I listen to this CD to remind me of the film, but if you don't like this film, then I probably wouldn't recommend this CD for you.

GHOST RIDER is better and fresher than the other Marvel Comics movie soundtracks. The SPIDER-MAN soundtracks all start to sound the same. The worst Marvel movie soundtrack is for the X-MEN 1 movie, where their idea of drama seems to be a constant drone that either gets louder for tension or quieter for calm. Sheesh. GHOST RIDER reminds me of the film as I listen to it, and it sounds good in the background, not just some unimaginative twisting of the volume knob, ala' X-MEN 1. X-Men: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ghost Rider 17 de diciembre de 2010
Por David - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
This is an awesome soundtrack it is fun and enjoyable to listen to. the best songs on this cd are all of them. if you have not listened to this cd then i recommend you do
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Give the Rider his due 12 de mayo de 2007
Por M. O'connell - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
This is a great CD for those people who like a touch of darkness and creepyness
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ghost Rider Flop 5 de diciembre de 2009
Por C. L. Duncan - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I was very upset after listening to the whole cd and wondering where the song, ghost riders in the sky, was at. That is the main reason that I bought the cd and all I got was all music, no singing.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Super hero score with a twist 18 de abril de 2008
Por Jon Broxton - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
The first of Christopher Young's two major 2007 releases, Ghost Rider is a super hero movie with a twist. Directed by Mark Steven Johnson and starring Nicolas Cage, Peter Fonda, Eva Mendes, Sam Elliott and Wes Bentley, the film follows the life of daredevil stunt motorcyclist Johnny Blaze (Cage). When his father falls terminally ill with cancer, Blaze strikes a deal with the devil: his soul to save his father's life. The deal, however, backfires on Johnny, turning him into a skeleton-headed motorbike-riding demon with a blazing inferno raging from his skull and hands! If this sounds all a bit hokey, you could well be right, but the fight between Cage's urban cowboy superhero and Bentley's evil son-of-the-devil strikes the right balance between over the top action and downright silliness. As befits the character, Young treats his protagonist almost as a modern day cowboy outlaw, cruising around the West on his trusty hog. The score is low, bass-heavy, action-packed, and makes liberal use of a throng of electric guitars which grunt down in the mix and underpin the entire work. The opening track, "Ghost Rider" is quite magnificent, a full-on gothic orchestral powerhouse with dark, trilling brasses and a powerful choir which hearkens back to the days of Hellraiser. Unfortunately, the rest of the score doesn't maintain the same level of intensity, only even coming close during the driving "More Sinister Than Popcorn", the operatic "Blood Signature", and the conclusive, Latin chant heavy "The West Was Built on Legends". The romantic theme, first heard in "A Thing for Karen Carpenter" is sweet and lush, with a prominent acoustic guitar element, "San Veganza" sounds like a refugee from a Morricone western with its lonely solo trumpet refrain, and some of the action cues, notably "Cemetery Dance" and "Nebuchadnezzar Phase" are impressive in their volume and intensity, although some of them do come across more like Metallica rock instrumentals than a traditional film score.

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