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Paycheck - The Deluxe Edition

Paycheck - The Deluxe Edition

Limited Edition of 2,000 Units

Varese Sarabande Club

Release Date: June 11, 2021

Format: CD

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Disc 1: Paycheck - The Deluxe Edition
1. Paycheck: Main Title From The Motion Picture 3:29
2. A Kiss Of Flexible Morality 1:10
3. Memory Wipe 0:54
4. A Good Life 1:05
5. Party Of Two 0:32
6. Portents Of Crystal Balls 2:11
7. Injection 0:32
8. A Second Chance 1:54
9. You're Done 1:16
10. Freeze Frames 1:59
11. Hot Seat 7:39
12. The Ring 0:42
13. That's You 0:31
14. Twenty Items 5:39
15. Lucky Number 2:01
16. Wolfe Pack 4:01
17. The Third Rail 3:28
18. Reservations 3:25
19. Mirror Message/Imposter 8:43
  Disc Time: 51:11
Disc 2: Paycheck - The Deluxe Edition
1. Hog Chase Pt.1 3:18
2. Hog Chase Pt.2 4:06
3. I Don't Remember 1:33
4. I Don't Remember (Alternate Version) 1:35
5. Tomorrow's Headlines 4:27
6. Return to Allcom 3:13
7. Future Tense 7:58
8. Bio Lab Bash 3:08
9. Fait Accompli 6:39
10. One Big Payback 5:37
11. Uma's Tune (Bonus Track) 2:55
  Disc Time:
Total Album Time:
44:29
95:40

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John Powell burst into film scoring with a magnificent, emotional and modern soundtrack to John Woo's iconic hit, Face/Off (1997). Six years later, Woo and Powell reunited for Paycheck (2003), a sci-fi techno-thriller based on a 1953 short story by Philip K. Dick.

Ben Affleck stars as a programming engineer who undergoes a voluntary memory wipe to protect his client's secrets—but upon going to collect his paycheck, he is given an envelope of seemingly random trinkets and items. He must use these clues to unearth the terrible secrets of his own project.

By 2003, John Powell had already scored The Bourne Identity and had his finger on the pulse of the modern action-thriller score. Paycheck blends synth and pop-rhythms with orchestral scope and, most importantly, Powell's impeccable sense of taste. Despite almost non-stop action and suspense, he focuses on emotion and utilizes melody to elevate the proceedings.

Paycheck was released by Varèse Sarabande at the time of the film. This 2CD set Deluxe Edition greatly expands the playing time to over 95 minutes, and features new liner notes by Brian Satterwhite, incorporating new interview comments with Powell.

From the Manufacturer

John Powell burst into film scoring with a magnificent, emotional and modern soundtrack to John Woo's iconic hit, Face/Off (1997). Six years later, Woo and Powell reunited for Paycheck (2003), a sci-fi techno-thriller based on a 1953 short story by Philip K. Dick.

Ben Affleck stars as a programming engineer who undergoes a voluntary memory wipe to protect his client's secrets—but upon going to collect his paycheck, he is given an envelope of seemingly random trinkets and items. He must use these clues to unearth the terrible secrets of his own project.

By 2003, John Powell had already scored The Bourne Identity and had his finger on the pulse of the modern action-thriller score. Paycheck blends synth and pop-rhythms with orchestral scope and, most importantly, Powell's impeccable sense of taste. Despite almost non-stop action and suspense, he focuses on emotion and utilizes melody to elevate the proceedings.

Paycheck was released by Varèse Sarabande at the time of the film. This 2CD set Deluxe Edition greatly expands the playing time to over 95 minutes, and features new liner notes by Brian Satterwhite, incorporating new interview comments with Powell.

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