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Knife Edge

Knife Edge

MovieScore Media (MMS-09022)

Release Date: October 13, 2009

Conducted by Guy Farley

Formats: CD, Digital

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1. Title Theme

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 0:57
2. England

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 2:10
3. The House

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 3:01
4. Raven Attack

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 2:37
5. Collapsed

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 1:00
6. A Kiss

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 1:49
7. The Tree

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 2:04
8. Sisters

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 0:56
9. Business Problems

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 1:24
10. Emma and Pollock

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 1:41
11. Drug Nightmare

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 1:10
12. It's Turning

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 1:46
13. The Hidden Room

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 1:35
14. Old Photos

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 1:14
15. The Nursery

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 1:43
16. The Knife

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 2:24
17. Chase

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 1:03
18. The Syringe

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 0:44
19. Going Mad

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 1:36
20. Roof Chase

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 3:39
21. Together

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 1:16
22. Lovers

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 1:43
23. Knife Edge Theme

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 1:33
  Total Album Time: 39:05

From the Manufacturer

We have released several of Guy Farley's gorgeous scores before, but our new one is probably our best–and possibly Guy's finest film score to date.

The orchestral score for Anthony Hickox thriller Knife Edge, starring Joan Plowright, Hugh Bonneville, Natalie Press, Jamie Harris and Tamsin Egerton, is an affectionate homage to the classic genre film scores of the 1970s. You will hear influences of John Barry in the wonderful love theme, of Jerry Goldsmith in the atmospheric horror writing and of Bernard Herrmann in the tense suspense music and title theme. In our opinion, this is a score that is a must-have for any fan of old-school film music at its best–the difference being that it is actually written for a new film!

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