|1.||ZERO OPTION: Main Titles||3:14|
|2.||Love In The Evening||1:00|
|3.||The First Day Out of Prison||1:30|
|7.||A Tale of Another Time||2:08|
|8.||A Child's Interest||2:32|
|9.||The Lesson of Another Era||3:11|
|10.||Running Out of Time||1:35|
|12.||The Dripping of Time||1:24|
|13.||Love For A Grandson||1:20|
|14.||The Inevitable Fall||1:55|
|15.||Death of the Evil One||1:59|
|16.||Running For Your Life||3:06|
|18.||THE SLEEPLESS: The Vision of Death||2:22|
|19.||The Drift of A Late Night Dream||0:58|
|21.||A Thought For Tomorrow||1:12|
|22.||Reaching Into the Darkness||1:52|
|24.||The Drift of An Afternoon Dream||1:43|
|25.||The Desire of A Woman Gone Mad||1:33|
|27.||The Meeting Without One Then Another||1:50|
|28.||Reaching For Tomorrow's Love||2:44|
|Total Album Time:||52:15|
From the Manufacturer
KeepMoving Records offers a double-header CD featuring two of the Terry Plumeri's lesser-known works. Directed by David Batts, Zero Option tells the story of three unrelated individuals whose lives will collide in a most unusual manner. Plumeri treats each storyline with its own distinct musical ideas, ranging from Japanese influences to dissonance and a hit of Americana with solo guitar.
The second film is called The Sleepless, which was directed by Domonic Paris. Plumeri's music for the film has an edgy neo-noir feel where the obligatory genre template (the muted trumpet solo familiar from Nino Rota's The Godfather scores) is placed into an orchestral context with a few electronic additions.
Featuring two excellent scores for the price of one, the CD also comes with an 8-page booklet with commentary by Gergely Hubai and personal impressions by Terry Plumeri describing how his music fits these lesser seen gems.
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