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Exodus: Gods and Kings (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Download links and information about Exodus: Gods and Kings (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Alberto Iglesias. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 01:18:07 minutes.

Artist: Alberto Iglesias
Release date: 2014
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 32
Duration: 01:18:07
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No. Title Length
1. Opening + War Room 2:38
2. Leaving Memphis 2:03
3. Hittite Battle 4:15
4. Returning to Memphis 2:36
5. Moses in Pythom 1:49
6. Nun's Story 2:17
7. The Coronation 2:28
8. Ramses Retaliates 0:52
9. Arm Chop 1:57
10. Goodbyes 2:41
11. Journey to the Village 2:14
12. The Vows 2:23
13. Alone in the Desert 1:36
14. Climbing Mount Sinai 2:16
15. I Need a General 3:21
16. Exodus 2:52
17. Ramses' Orders 2:43
18. Moses & Nun 1:47
19. Moses' Camp 2:42
20. Ramses' Insomnia 2:58
21. Hail 2:00
22. Animal Deaths 2:39
23. Looting 1:18
24. Ramses' Own Plague 2:04
25. Lamb's Blood 1:39
26. We Cross the Mountains 2:50
27. Into the Water 3:59
28. The Chariots 1:51
29. The Hebrews 0:57
30. Tsunami 5:33
31. Sword Into Water 1:12
32. The Ten Commandments 3:37



The tale of Moses leading the Hebrews from the deadly plagues of Egypt does not call for a light touch. Acclaimed Spanish composer Alberto Iglesias (Talk to Her, The Constant Gardener, The Kite Runner) might have been a slightly unexpected choice to score Ridley Scott's biblical epic Exodus: Gods and Kings, but, like Moses, he rises to the challenge with passion and drama. Though it lives up to contemporary standards, there is something refreshingly old-fashioned about Iglesias' big, theatrical score. With its massive choirs, heroic themes, and orchestral bombast, there is something of the golden age studio epic about it that is thrilling and fun. He employs a diverse mix of exotic voices and frequently uses an evocative Middle Eastern flair to tell a story that is high on action and adventure. Iglesias has always brought a classy romanticism to his work (particularly his scores for Pedro Almodóvar's films) and it's highly entertaining to hear him pull out all the stops and work in such a grandiose style.