Crank: High Voltage (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Download links and information about Crank: High Voltage (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Mike Patton. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 54:43 minutes.
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|3.||Sweet Cream (Redux) (featuring Jel)||2:35|
|18.||The Hammer Drops||2:13|
|20.||Shock & Shootout||2:44|
|24.||Car Park Throwdown||1:39|
|29.||Full Body Tourettes||0:26|
|30.||Epilogue / In My Dreams||4:15|
The continuing adventure of Jason Statham’s scowling hitman Chev Chelios is another hyper-manic, cross-cultural fusion, not so much a shotgun wedding of Hong Kong action film flair and relentless Silicon Valley video game violence as it is a honeymoon in Hades. This surging, playfully inventive score by former Mr. Bungle/Faith No More mainstay Mike Patton not only paces the action, but occasionally deftly underplays it to good effect with dank, moody textures and a world-beat sensibility that occasionally verges on the satirical. Sparking with metallic edges, club beats, recycled funk rhythms and a grab-bag of nervous percussive-electronic samples, Patton’s score veers across genres with the reckless abandon of the film’s ticking time bomb of a protagonist. Less adventurous instincts might have yielded the typical contemporary electronica pastiche, but the fledgling composer (this is but his second full feature score) mostly avoids those clichés with a sometimes loopy sense of musical humor worthy of Les Claypool.