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Lista de canciones:
1. Main Titles
2. The Tunnel
3. Patient History
4. Laurie Fakes Disorder
5. Chase Laurie
6. Michael Begins Terror
7. Explore House
8. The Ceremony
9. Jen Teases
10. Jen's Prank
11. The Mirror
12. Search For The Basement
13. Prank Corpses
14. Chase Donna
15. Michael Is In The Shadows
16. Nobody Believes Jen
17. Rudy Fights Michael
18. Rudy Gets Hung Up
19. Michael Chases Sara
20. Sara Runs
21. The End Is Near
22. The Worst Is Over
23. Let's See The Body
24. The Morgue

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HASH(0x9897a1ec) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Amazing, Simply Amazing... 25 de julio de 2002
Por Phillip Peace - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
For someone who follows the soundtracks of various movies from time to time, I find that this one accompanying the newly-released HalloweeN: Resurrection film is nothing short of a great listen, for new and old alike. However, I feel those who are truly faithful to the film series (and for someone like I who has been dressing up as Michael Myers come every halloween for the last 8 years), will enjoy this one a tad bit more. The only thing I miss is the original stalking music that would follow as Michael would begin to hunt down and get his victims, another memorable signature musical track that I feel should've been redone for this soundtrack. Nonetheless, I can deal without it for the time being, as the rest fills up the void, plenty of 'stingers' to jolt you out of your seat, and possibly out of your headphones, swiftly changing modulations, some of which speeding fluently towards a climax of restated theme. I'm very impressed by Mr. Danny Lux on this one...if I might be able to borrow a second reviewer's words on this CD-Bravo! Bravo!
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HASH(0x97b5db04) de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Well Worth Effort 8 de diciembre de 2003
Por snowleopard - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
This CD packs a mix of everything from the series of Halloween's scores. Some bright electronics, some contemporary orchestration that fit the film well, and John Carpenter's original theme (an outstanding version here, I might add. Equalled only by the original, and Alan Howarth's version on H4). While not as electronic as some may have preferred and expected from Howarth's more than servicable scores, Lux's orchestration matches this film far better than the mess of a score that Halloween H2O was (no slight to John Ottman, his original score for that was hacked up, and hardly used - order his "Portrait of Terror" to hear what he intended).
I do have some complaints of this score though. First, so much of the music is non-thematic. With exception to the original theme, what Carpenter (and to an extent, Howarth) did was create individual, minimalistic, but effective scores. That's been replaced by a more contemporary, "safe" Hollywood type score. While that fits on film, I can't completely say it satisfies the Halloween series. In addition to that, I have over 200 film scores, I can't think of any of them that stretch the decible range so far. This soundtrack goes from barely audible whisper quiet, to blast out the windows on your entire block loud. Dramatic all right! But how many of us have sound systems that can capture and express this in a listenable manner? Mis-adjusting the volume, or listening on headphones could make the listener shell shocked if not careful.
Complaints aside, taken that into consideration, this score does justice to the series. Lux take on the main theme is terrific. More than anyone expected. And overall the score fit the film quite well.
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Por Matt - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
While I've always enjoyed the wonderfully dark music of the Halloween series, I sincerely missed the series' long-time composer, Alan Howarth, when H20 came around. Make no mistake, John Ottman did a wonderful job with the Halloween: H20 soundtrack, just wasn't what the music that "Halloween" was all about.
When Danny Lux was reported to helm the soundtrack and once again, another entry was to be Howarth-less, my heart sunk. I expected another border-line cheesy, overly-orchestrated soundtrack, ala H20.
But my hopes were immediatly lifted upon hearing the ever-famous tune when the Dimensions logo appeared on the movie theatre screen. And as the movie continued, it only got better. Lux is masterful in that he changes the bass of the main theme somewhat, whilst still keeping the theme relatively close to Carpenter's original piece. However, this soundtrack is EASILLY the darkest-sounding of the entire series, which is fitting, as Halloween: Ressurection was a mean, relentless film. All in all, this is probably my favorite of the Halloween soundtracks, with Halloween 4 and 6 trailing short behind.
Bravo, Danny Lux! Bravo!
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HASH(0x9897ad68) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Newly Revamped Sound, Spectacular 27 de julio de 2002
Por Un cliente - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
I have been a fan of the Halloween series for a long time. I've got the soundtrack on the first Halloween made. It is the 20th Anniversary CD. Halloween Resurrection soundtrack makes it my second. I enjoy the new digital music that Mr. Danny has provided on the CD. But I can't help but to agree with a previous person who posted the message about the stalking music from Halloween when Michael, age 6, killed his sister. But this soundtrack would really make a good CD to play, especially around the holiday. I just might do that, pop my CD player in the window, open it and let the music glare. Mr. Danny's masterpiece here will remain in my collection.
Thank you Mr. Danny Lux for this masterpiece. Now I can't wait until the movie comes out to video/dvd. I've seen it in theaters, but need it added to my collection of Halloween movies; it would make a real good fright night party on Halloween or any night of the year.
Also I want to say this was my first Internet purchase and I want to thank for the quick shipment. I was very skeptical about submitting credit card information over the Internet. But thank goodness they give you the option to call in to complete the order.
A Halloween Fan,
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HASH(0x97a7ed8c) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great soundtrack 3 de septiembre de 2002
Por burritobrother - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
This is another of those not-so- rare cases where the score for a film is better than the actual movie itself. This may well be, along with "Halloween 4", the very best of the "Halloween" sequel scores. Newcomer to film work Danny Lux succeeds, and does so admirably; while there is much excellent music to be found here ('The Tunnel', 'The Mirror', 'Michael Is In The Shadows', 'The End Is Near', 'The Morgue', 'Michael Begins Terror' and 'Michael Chases Sara' are particular standouts), the score is best known for the composer's brilliant reworking of John Carpenter's classic 'Halloween Theme'. This is an outstanding work, and a great purchase for fans of horror scores. While "Halloween: Resurrection" doesn't match the recent score to "Jason X", it's still an exciting, vital cd.

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