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Edge of Tomorrow (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Download links and information about Edge of Tomorrow (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Christophe Beck. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 45:30 minutes.

Artist: Christophe Beck
Release date: 2014
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 22
Duration: 45:30
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Angel of Verdun (Main Titles) 2:56
2. No Courage Without Fear 3:00
3. D-Day 2:35
4. Mimics and Alphas 1:25
5. PT 1:16
6. Find Me When You Wake Up 2:05
7. Navigating the Beach 2:01
8. Winning the War 1:27
9. Combat Training 1:16
10. Deadweight 1:31
11. Again! 1:48
12. Solo Flight 3:11
13. Decoy 1:22
14. Whitehall 2:09
15. Uncharted Territory 1:39
16. I'm Out 1:53
17. They Know We're Coming 2:06
18. Caged In 2:04
19. Ritaliation 1:39
20. The Omega 1:23
21. Welcome to London, Major 2:22
22. Live, Die, Repeat (End Titles) 4:22

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In but a few busy months, Canada-born composer Christophe Beck went from underscoring the song-dominated soundtracks for the megahit Frozen and Muppets Most Wanted to producing this, his first action-film score. His initial reaction? “It was quite terrifying, actually!,” Beck confides. Having built his career via Buffy the Vampire Slayer and many successful comedies, Beck credits director Doug Liman with “pushing me to find unconventional ways to approach scenes musically.” Beck mirrored the repetitive time-travel/Groundhog Day nature of Tom Cruise’s struggling future soldier with music that’s “disoriented and chaotic at first but gaining in assertiveness until this "super-soldier" sequence, by which time the score has evolved into something very assertive and confident. At first I tried all manner of more traditional heroic themes, with the type of writing you’d expect for horns or trumpets. But in the end, as always, Doug preferred a nontraditional approach, driven by percussion and distorted orchestra.”