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A Scanner Darkly (Soundtrack / O.S.T.) [Black Vinyl]
Pressung: EU - Original
Zustand: Neu Vinyl: Cover: Leftfield / Ambient + Beat Art + Experimental / Abstract + Electronic + Rock / Indie + Alternative / Indie + Classic Rock
Black Vinyl Edition! For First Time On Vinyl!
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Back in 2006, Richard Linklater’s film adaptation of Philip K Dick’s sci-fi novel A Scanner Darkly was greeted with suspicion. No one had done justice to the “master” (Bladerunner, Minority Report, Total Recall, The Adjustment Bureau had or have all met with mixed reviews).
And, movies attempting to conjure up the effects of drugs were met with derision from the stoned cognoscenti. How could a story of dependence on Substance D (“Death” for short) be created with multi-million dollar stars in the frame anyway?
Linklater had a plan; He’d use rotoscoping (an effect that falls somewhere between Kiki Picasso’s sketches brought to life and Disney on ‘ludes). The celebrities would be shrouded in mystery, in fact Keanu Reeves’ skin suit would make him almost invisible at times, a mumbling wreck swaying centre stage. A waste of talent? A waste of money?
To complete the experience, a left field musical score was needed to ensure that everything wasn’t as it seemed. The phone books are full of creative composers but Graham Reynolds And His Golden Arm Trio jumped off the page. The band name is from a Frank Sinatra film where he plays a drug-addled muso. Perfect.
Graham Reynolds works in extremes, he’s collaborated with DJ Spooky, the Austin Symphony Orchestra and with live film collage creator Luke Savisky. More importantly his Golden Arm Trio are never three and never the same people twice.
For the movie he created short sound bytes – a surf-like instrumental, a country-tinged breather, the sound of stuttering insects crawling through your hair. The resultant soundscape is itchy and scratchy, full of mood swings and musical metaphors, an ever changing and unpredictable set of highs littered with reflective undertones and occasional soft, almost super numb realities.
|A1.||7 Years From Now||The Golden ...|
|A2.||Aphids||The Golden ...|
|A3.||Swallowed Up In Victory||The Golden ...|
|A4.||Strawberry Pie||The Golden ...|
|A5.||The Dark World Where I Dwell||The Golden ...|
|A6.||Sex, Beer And Pills||The Golden ...|
|A7.||A Farm Near The Mountains||The Golden ...|
|A8.||Bug-Bite Squared||The Golden ...|
|A9.||Pose As A Nark||The Golden ...|
|A10.||Do You Like Cats?||The Golden ...|
|A11.||A Scanner Darkly||The Golden ...|
|A12.||Abrasocaine||The Golden ...|
|B1.||Part Of The Plan||The Golden ...|
|B2.||Are You Experiencing Any Diff...||The Golden ...|
|B3.||Your Move, Peterbilt||The Golden ...|
|B4.||Room 203||The Golden ...|
|B5.||Escorted To The Bright Lights||The Golden ...|
|B6.||You'll See The Way You Saw Be...||The Golden ...|
|B7.||A New Path||The Golden ...|
|B8.||Little Blue Flowers||The Golden ...|
|B9.||Darkly Mix||The Golden ...|
|B10.||Call Sign/Aleph:/||The Golden ...|
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