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L'heure de la sortie / Irreprochable

L'heure de la sortie / Irreprochable

Music Box Records (MBR-156)

Release Date: March 4, 2019

Format: CD

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1. L'HEURE DE LA SORTIE: Étrange Balade en Forêt (Filature) 4:46
2. Free Money 3:28
3. Thème de Pierre 1:25
4. La Boîte de Nuit de Tonton 3:57
5. Orage de Grêle 1:54
6. La Piscine 1:55
7. Pissing in a River 2:22
8. Drone de Soleil 0:25
9. La Boum 2:16
10. Fight Club 3:00
11. Thème de Pierre (Variation) 1:55
12. Course-poursuite 4:10
13. Thème de Fin 3:44
14. IRRÉPROCHABLE: Running (Thème de Constance) 4:19
15. L'Effondrement 3:12
16. Boite de Nuit 4:31
17. Filature 2:36
18. Bowling 1:45
19. Tuning 1:34
20. Folie Furieuse partie 1 (Final) 2:52
21. Folie Furieuse partie 2 (Générique) 2:54
22. La Désintégration (Thème de Philippe) 3:22
23. Retour au Calme (Bonus) 2:50
  Total Album Time: 65:12

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In collaboration with L'Age D'Or, Music Box Records is pleased to present on CD the collaboration between French electro pop band Zombie Zombie and French writer-director Sébastien Marnier, with original soundtracks from the director's latest two films: L'Heure de la sortie (School's Out, 2018) and Irréprochable (Faultless, 2015).

L'Heure de la sortie, loosely based on a 2002 novel by Christophe Dufossé, borrows stylistic devices from horror to create an atmosphere of suffocating paranoia. Pierre Hoffman (Laurent Lafitte), the substitute French teacher, becomes obsessed with a group of creepy teens and notices their strangely violent behavior. Zombie Zombie composed a retro-electronic score with their sparse and spine-tingling synths that evokes 80's horror films, mostly Carpenter's, with great success.

For Irréprochable, yet intriguing and definitely off-the-wall, Sebastien Marnier's debut feature stars French actress Marina Foïs as a femme fatale returning to her hometown in the hopes of landing a job as a real estate broker. For this captivating psychological thriller, Zombie Zombie composed an electronic score filled with nods to John Carpenter and Dario Argento, underscoring the movie's artsy B-grade origins.

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