Sunday 24 June 2007

Solaris O.S.T. (2002)

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Composer Cliff Martinez was made a intimate and
hypnotic soundtrack awash with orchestral waves
that are interspersed with subdued steel-drum
rhythms. Great score from a underrated film.

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://www.mediafire.com/?1zd1d1ybgj0

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cletus_buckley said...

Sure, no bother at all.

PaddoP said...

you should try the soundtrack of the original Solyaris (note the Y) russian film from 1972, with very good ost, better than this remake i recon! cheers :P

cletus_buckley said...

I watch the first 5 or 10 mins. of Tarkovsky's film late one night, but fell asleep. Have Andrei Rublev and Mirror on dvd which i still haven't got around to watching. Ivan's Childhood is truely amazing and thats why i got the others. This soundtrack is well worth a listen. The uses of steel drums creates a great trance inducing effect. It makes me wonder why they're not used more. Other than "The Knife" i can't think of another contemporary artist using them.

cletus_buckley said...

For anyone who cares, I just found a "compilation of tracks from three Tarkovsky soundtracks (Stalker/Solaris/Mirror)
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http://bloodistruth.blogspot.com/2007/06/blood-is-truth-presents-mou-edward.html