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The Men Who Stare At Goats (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Download links and information about The Men Who Stare At Goats (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Rolfe Kent. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 34:24 minutes.

Artist: Rolfe Kent
Release date: 2009
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 22
Duration: 34:24
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Opening Titles: A Run At the Wall 1:24
2. From Ann Arbor to War 2:05
3. Lyn Shows the New Earth Army Manual / Bill's Epiphany 2:05
4. Bill's Speech - A New Kind of Warrior 1:40
5. Cloudbursting On the Road 0:52
6. Hitching a Ride / We Are Jedi 2:43
7. Dolce 1:05
8. The Echmaer Technique 0:54
9. Escaping the Kidnappers 1:17
10. Gas Station Shootout 2:26
11. A Night At Mahmoud's 1:52
12. Without Bill the Jedi Changed 0:53
13. Desert Ride 1:52
14. There Is No Mission? / The Goat Lab 1:16
15. Lyn Stares At the Goat 1:06
16. Oasis 1:15
17. The Base, and Bill 1:31
18. Do You Believe In Redemption 0:47
19. Jedi Prayer 0:58
20. LSD In the Water 1:31
21. Releasing the Goats 4:08
22. Writing the Story 0:44

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The British composer Rolfe Kent has been writing music for film and television projects since the ‘90s. He’s frequently collaborated with director Alexander Payne (Citizen Ruth, Election, About Schmidt) and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for the score he wrote for Payne’s Sideways. His pieces can nicely combine humor with mystery so it’s not surprising that he was picked to work on The Men Who Stare At Goats, a dark comedy helmed by Grant Heslov. “From Ann Arbor to War” features a nice combination of strums, marimba plinks, and sweeping strings while “Hitching a Ride/We Are Jedi” evokes a slice of exotica that could have graced a ‘60s thriller. Rumbling surf music drums drive “Gas Station Shootout,” which sports post-punk guitar, high-tension strings, and vaguely Middle Eastern sonorities. “Releasing the Goats,” the album’s longest cut, incorporates powerful horns and chugging rhythm guitar, and displays a grand orchestral sweep. The soundtrack’s final cue, “Writing the Story,” is a tasteful, low-key string arrangement of the movie’s theme.