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Nightmare Revisited


Download links and information about Nightmare Revisited. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:06:30 minutes.

Release date: 2008
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:06:30
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No. Title Length
1. Overture (DeVotchKa) 2:35
2. Opening (Danny Elfman) 1:00
3. This Is Halloween (Marilyn Manson) 3:22
4. Jack's Lament (The All American Rejects) 3:14
5. Doctor Finkelstein / In the Forest (Amiina) 3:17
6. What's This (Flyleaf) 3:19
7. Jack and Sally Montage (The Vitamin String Quartet) 5:42
8. Jack's Obsession (Sparklehorse) 5:30
9. Kidnap the Sandy Claws (Korn) 3:37
10. Making Christmas (Rise Against) 3:26
11. Nabbed (Yoshida Brothers) 7:33
12. Oogie Boogie's Song (Rodrigo) 2:48
13. Sally's Song (Amy Lee) 3:02
14. Christmas Eve Montage (RJD2) 3:44
15. Poor Jack (Plain White T''S) 2:33
16. To the Rescue (Datarock) 3:32
17. Finale / Reprise (Shiny Toy Guns) 3:06
18. Closing (Danny Elfman) 1:24
19. End Title (The Album Leaf) 3:46



The seeds for this modern rock compilation/reinterpretation of Danny Elfman’s beloved A Nightmare Before Christmas score cover project were planted on the film’s deluxe 2006 13th- anniversary edition, from which Marilyn Manson’s dark, enticing take on the score’s narrative-setting “This Is Halloween” makes a gratifying return to help set the tone here, followed in turn by artists as diverse as Korn (“Kidnap the Sandy Klaws”) and Evanescence vocalist Amy Lee, whose take on “Sally’s Song” is one of the album’s highlights. Key to the collection’s success was allowing the myriad acts involved to cover not only the score’s familiar songs, but its rich, instrumental music as well, with Datarock, Yoshida Brothers, Rodrigo y Gabriela, the Album Leaf and RJD2 giving stylistically diverse, yet artistically cohesive new takes on the film’s atmospheric cues. Book-ended by warm new “Opening/Closing” tracks that impart the blessings of Elfman himself, enough succeeds to make this a worthy, often surprising musical reinvention of Disney’s most unlikely holiday classic.