|4.||Sister Kate Asks For Help||1:15|
|6.||Molech Greets Sister Kate||1:00|
|7.||The Dance Of Darkness||0:48|
|8.||Colin Reveals The Way To Lila||2:10|
|9.||Chris And Lila||1:25|
|10.||An Inner Tornado Brings Voices||1:18|
|11.||A View From Above||1:51|
|12.||To Exorcise The Demonic Need||1:44|
|13.||When Darkness Enters The Room||1:23|
|14.||A Distant Reach For A Lost Touch||1:39|
|16.||Sister Kate Reaches For Chris||1:27|
|17.||The Death Of Grandma Ruth||3:40|
|18.||Retribution And The Final Battle||3:16|
|Total Album Time:||33:34|
From the Manufacturer
The 1995 horror film Raging Angels is filled with an atmosphere of churning and slashing evil that fights intensely to triumph over the innocence of a teenage couple. The film's foreboding undercurrent inspired composer Terry Plumeri to establish this evil from the opening note of the main title and further escalating this darkness through a gothic and expansive choir, superimposed over rhythmically driven instrumental voices.
In contrast to this foreboding environment, Plumeri chose a less complex musical setting for the love theme associated with the characters of Chris and Lila. The accompaniment is string orchestra, with the solo voice of acoustic guitar, beautifully played by Federico Ramos. Another notable performance in the score is that of French actress, Arielle Dombasle (Megan), whose beautiful voice appears performing a traditional demonic incantation from the 15th century.
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