The Walking Dead: AMC Original Soundtrack, Vol. 1
Download links and information about The Walking Dead: AMC Original Soundtrack, Vol. 1. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 28:55 minutes.
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|1.||Lead Me Home (Jamie N Commons)||1:57|
|2.||Main Title Theme Song (UNKLE Remix) (Bear McCreary)||4:23|
|3.||You Are the Wilderness (Voxhaul Broadcast)||5:16|
|4.||Love Bug (Baby Bee)||2:51|
|5.||Warm Shadow (Dactyl Remix) (Fink)||5:33|
|6.||Sinking Man (Of Monsters And Men)||2:46|
|7.||The Parting Glass (Emily Kinney)||2:57|
|8.||Running (Delta Spirit)||3:12|
When the zombie apocalypse comes, you’ll want a solid soundtrack to play while you’re dodging brain-eating minions of the undead. Sure, it took three seasons of The Walking Dead before the good folks at AMC bestowed fans with a soundtrack, but (as bands like My Bloody Valentine and Mazzy Star have shown us) you can’t rush good music. Jamie N Commons sets a desolate, dystopian tone here with his haunting acoustic blues opener, “Lead Me Home.” As his lyrics beg and pray to be shown a safe way home, it’s easy to think of the series’ characters and wonder if there’s any chance for a home to exist in a world ravaged by hungry cannibalistic walkers. Bear McCreary’s “Main Title Theme Song” gets the remix treatment by UNCLE, giving the eerie notes and tones some much-needed life. Voxhaul Broadcast’s unsettling “You Are the Wilderness” sounds influenced by post–White Stripes indie-blues bands like The Black Keys and Wolfmother. Baby Bee’s “Love Bug” shares a similar love for cranked old tube amps, distorted vocals, and slide guitar.