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Stoker

Stoker

Vinyl Edition Limited to 1,000 Units
Milan Records

Release Date: February 26, 2013

Format: CD

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1. I'm Not Formed By Things That Are of Myself Alone (dialogue) 1:08
2. Becomes the Color (Emily Wells) 4:43
3. Happy Birthday (A Death in the Family) 1:24
4. Uncle Charlie 3:39
5. A Whistling Tune from a Lonely Man (dialogue) 0:39
6. The Hunter & the Game 3:51
7. Blossoming 2:24
8. Summer Wine (Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood) 3:38
9. A Family Affair 2:57
10. Becoming… 5:30
11. Duet (Philip Glass) 2:46
12. Crawford Institute (Family Secrets) 4:55
13. Stride La Vampa (Verdi) (Victoria Cortez) 2:45
14. The Hunter Plays the Game 3:20
15. In Full Bloom 2:33
16. The Hunter Becomes The Game 2:39
17. We Are Not Responsible For Who We Come to Be (Free) 2:47
18. BONUS TRACK: If I Ever Had a Heart (Clint Mansell & Emily Wells) 2:07
  Total Album Time: 53:45

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Clint Mansell (Black Swan, Requiem for A Dream), one of the most innovative and exciting contemporary composers and longtime collaborator of Darren Aronosfky, provides a striking score that both highlights and heightens the themes throughout the film.

Renowned composer Philip Glass, responsible for some of the most compelling works of the last forty years, contributes an original piano piece.

One-woman orchestral/electronic tour-de-force Emily Wells contributes the original song "Becomes the Color" in addition to a collaborative track with Mansell. The soundtrack is rounded out with "Summer Wine" by Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood.

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