I can count the number of soundtracks that I like on one hand. Most are just so atmospheric/slow and background landscape-y sonice palette stuff that it puts me to sleep. This one has its atmospheric moments – kinda like Explosions in the Sky – but without the trademark guitar sounds. This is a good one. It’s got enough dynamics with the rompier stuff to make it real interesting and cool. Having just seen the movie, it’s fun to remember certain parts of it already with these songs.
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