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There Will Be Blood (Music from the Motion Picture)

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Download links and information about There Will Be Blood (Music from the Motion Picture) by Jonny Greenwood. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 32:47 minutes.

Artist: Jonny Greenwood
Release date: 2007
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 11
Duration: 32:47
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Open Spaces (featuring There Will Be Blood) 3:55
2. Future Markets (featuring There Will Be Blood) 2:40
3. Prospector Arrives (featuring There Will Be Blood) 4:34
4. Eat Him By His Own Light (featuring There Will Be Blood) 2:40
5. Henry Plainview (featuring There Will Be Blood) 4:13
6. There Will Be Blood (featuring There Will Be Blood) 2:05
7. Oil (featuring There Will Be Blood) 3:04
8. Proven Lands (featuring There Will Be Blood) 1:50
9. HW/Hope of New Fields (featuring There Will Be Blood) 2:29
10. Stranded the Line (featuring There Will Be Blood) 2:20
11. Prospector's Quartet (featuring There Will Be Blood) 2:57

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It is hard to describe Jonny Greenwood’s score for Paul Thomas Anderson’s oil epic There Will Be Blood without describing these sounds in terms of things more primal than music. The rumble of a fault line. The ominousness of a dust storm. The terror of a thousand hissing asps. Even if Greenwood’s score didn’t accompany a film that envisions the American landscape as a bastion of rage and unrelenting dread, it would still describe a place where even the sunshine is a harsh obstacle. This music might be unlistenable for the feelings it illustrates if it weren’t for the fact that Greenwood paints it in such thrilling detail. Whether this soundtrack is a brilliant accomplishment because it intensifies the film’s every moment or because it stands next to the film as its own work of devastating shock and excitement is a tough call. What is certain is that no matter how upsetting the music gets, it is so vividly executed that you will want to watch the beast come alive again and again, like a child who can’t help but listen to the story that gives him nightmares.