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Penny Dreadful (Music From the Showtime Original Series)


Download links and information about Penny Dreadful (Music From the Showtime Original Series) by Abel Korzeniowski. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 30 tracks with total duration of 01:14:31 minutes.

Artist: Abel Korzeniowski
Release date: 2014
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 30
Duration: 01:14:31
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No. Title Length
1. Demimonde (Main Title) 1:36
2. First Blood 3:21
3. Right Behind You 2:15
4. Modern Age 2:09
5. Street. Horse. Smell. Candle. 2:25
6. There Is a Place 2:04
7. Welcome To the Grand Guignol 2:20
8. Everyone Likes Oranges 1:44
9. Abomination 1:13
10. Pull the Trigger 2:03
11. Mina 2:34
12. Allegiance 3:38
13. Dorian Gray 1:37
14. Never Say No 2:39
15. Where Do They Go? 2:23
16. Transgression 3:45
17. Asylum 3:41
18. Closer Than Sisters 3:15
19. Too Many Monsters 3:24
20. Mother of Evil 2:45
21. Secret Room 1:43
22. I'm Not Myself 2:00
23. Let Me Die 2:30
24. To Be Beautiful Is To Be Almost Dead 2:48
25. The Last Rites 2:48
26. Back Hand of God 2:22
27. In Peace 1:33
28. I Was Never Going To Go To Africa 3:04
29. Reborn 3:09
30. Up the Side of the Mountain 1:43



“The musical themes of Penny Dreadful represent both different characters and abstract ideas,” says Krakow-born film scorer Abel Korzeniowski of his music for Showtime’s Victorian-gothic series. The student of renowned Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki previously netted two Golden Globe nods (W.E., A Single Man), three top World Soundtrack Awards (Romeo & Juliet), and acclaim for the unsettling aura of guerilla production Escape from Tomorrow. For Penny Dreadful, “I started looking for an expression of dark beauty,” Abel explains. “Something that can be terrifying and mesmerizing at the same time—a poisonous infatuation.” He sees Victor Frankenstein’s offspring as “paragons of the modern age, or as the Creature puts it, "modernity personified." Their music sounds more like an alternative/indie rock ballad than a classical score. The black-clad Creature, with his heavy makeup and pale skin, even looks like he could be in a band with Jack White.“