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Oblivion - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Posted by Scythey , Apr 08 2013 · 150 views

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proving once again that he has excellent taste in music, Tron Legacy director Joseph Kosinski recruited electronic music artist Anthony Gonzalez and his project M83 (whose release Hurry Up, We're Dreaming was my pick for 2011 album of the year) to create the soundtrack for his upcoming science fiction film Oblivion along with Joseph Trapanese (the score composer who had previously assisted Daft Punk on Tron Legacy), and the resulting album has been officially released on CD and digital download as of 12:00 AM EST.
 
and it's absolutely fantastic.
 
if you like movie soundtracks and/or dreamy, atmospheric electronic music I would highly recommend giving it a shot. there's an official stream out there and it's on Spotify for those who like to try before they buy, plus it's currently only $5.00 as a special sale price on AmazonMP3.
 
for the interested, two tracks (including the spectacular end credits song, which is easily one of my favorite M83 songs to date) via the record label's official SoundCloud:
 
- "StarWaves"
- "Oblivion" (feat. Susanne Sundfør)

 
 
 

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Legolover-361
Apr 09 2013 10:29 PM
The songs you linked are awesome. I'll definitely try to listen to the soundtrack sometime soon. I remember thinking M83 would sound cooler if it took a more cinematic direction when I listened to one of their songs off Maybe I'm Dreaming, and apparently I was right.
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