The Expendables (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Download links and information about The Expendables (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Brian Tyler. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Country, Theatre/Soundtrack, Instrumental genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:11:41 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Country, Theatre/Soundtrack, Instrumental|
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|3.||Ravens and Skulls||4:49|
|4.||Lee and Lacy||2:15|
|6.||The Gulf of Aden||6:56|
|10.||Scanning the Enemy||3:47|
|16.||Losing His Mind||2:37|
|17.||Take Your Money||2:41|
|18.||Giant With a Shotgun||3:57|
|19.||Time to Leave||1:55|
|20.||Mayhem and Finale||5:47|
Given its Sly Stallone-directed, all-star-casting conceit that assembles a not-quite dirty dozen of the past three decades’ most notable action/martial arts/wrestling icons, The Expendables’ orchestral score couldn’t be expected to depart much from Hollywood action film formula. Yet those genre constraints don’t keep rising scoring star Brian Tyler from successfully leavening the expected pulse-pounding rhythms and blaring brass that characterize his soundtrack’s first third with dollops of his own, more distinctive musical instincts. Indeed, that familiar, adrenalin-pumping formula makes the languid, bluesy guitar flourishes of "Lee and Lacy," the Iberian-seasoned flamenco of "The Contact,” and the uneasy electro-acoustic soundwashes of "Trinity" stand out all the more.