Intrada (Special Collection Vol. 315)
Release Date: April 13, 2015
Conducted by Pete Anthony
|1.||Main Title Sequence||2:05|
|2.||Arriving At The Airport||4:10|
|3.||A Friendly Gesture||1:15|
|4.||Waiting For The Flight||2:37|
|7.||No Back-Up Plan||4:19|
|8.||Things That Go Bump In The Night||4:12|
|10.||A Stolen Pen||2:18|
|12.||The Pen Is Mightier Than The Sword||4:56|
|14.||Arriving At Home||2:04|
|17.||EXTRAS: Arriving At The Airport, Pt. 1 - Alternate||2:23|
|18.||Jet Lag Gestures||2:31|
|Total Album Time:||78:42|
For this Wes Craven film, Marco Beltrami's score was essential in creating a rhythm that begins with a thematic alert, seguing to intimately dark suspense and vulnerability, finally and amping up into intense actionmusical transformations driven by the film's tight editing.
Beltrami presents his exhilarating e-ticket flight with nearly all of Red Eye's themes on display within the main title, severing the function of a well-structured overture. He sets up the hybrid nature of his score with dark electronics and scraping metal in its menacing start, then bursts onto the scene in a throttling symphonic drive. Beltrami lets us know that some unknown conspiracy involving the government is underway.
This long-overdue album was mastered directly from the two-track digital session mixes vaulted at Paramount Pictures. Recorded by John Kurlander at the scoring stages for both Warner Bros. and Twentieth Century Fox, the audio is crisp and vibrant.
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