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The Bourne Supremacy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Download links and information about The Bourne Supremacy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by John Powell. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 48:23 minutes.

Artist: John Powell
Release date: 2003
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 13
Duration: 48:23
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Goa (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Pete Anthony) 3:00
2. The Drop (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Pete Anthony) 3:42
3. Funeral Pyre (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Pete Anthony) 2:21
4. Gathering Data (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Pete Anthony) 1:54
5. Nach Deutschland (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Pete Anthony) 2:40
6. To the Roof (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Pete Anthony) 5:32
7. New Memories (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Pete Anthony) 2:48
8. Berlin Foot Chase (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Pete Anthony) 5:16
9. Alexander Platz/Abbotts Confesses (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Pete Anthony) 3:34
10. Moscow Wind Up (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Pete Anthony) 6:55
11. Bim Bam Smash (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Pete Anthony) 5:09
12. Atonement (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Pete Anthony) 1:35
13. Extreme Ways (featuring Moby) 3:57

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Composer John Powell elevates the tension he so dutifully created on 2004's Bourne Supremacy soundtrack for the third (and final?) chapter in the big screen adaptation of author Robert Ludlum's internationally lauded Jason Bourne series The Bourne Ultimatum. All of the deft melding of taut electronics and explosive orchestral release that made the previous installment the blueprint for the modern espionage score is utilized here, and while there is little in the way of any memorable new cues, the familiar staccato sounds that have accompanied Matt Damon's character throughout the series mimic the relentless pulse of the film and provides the listener with a much needed buoy amidst director Paul Greengrass' highly kinetic ocean of visual stimuli.