Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross The Social Network

Retrieved December 15, Retrieved 11 February Hand Covers Bruise Reprise. A sampler released for consideration by awarding bodies gave a different track listing and many alternate titles, edits and mixes to the commercially available soundtrack, along with one track not on the previous soundtrack release. Critical Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross The Social Network of the soundtrack has been generally favorable, with high praise and widespread acclaim across the film industry being bestowed upon it. This idea resonated with Trent, so I began experimenting with different ways to destroy the publicity stills Sony had sent me.

After listening to this soundtrack following a viewing of the movie, I could not help but be reminded of my Tangerine Dream collection. Quite a few reviewers here compare this soundtrack to other works by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross and others contributing to this genre of music in recent years, but I was surprised to read only one review that even mentioned German electronic pioneer Tangerine Dream.

In my opinion, track 3 "A Familiar Taste" and track 5 "Intriguing Possibilities" originally "In Evidence" are especially reminiscent of earlier Tangerine Dream works, earlier as in "Optical Race" and "Melrose" from the "Melrose Years" rather than "Electronic Meditation" from the "Pink Years", although the spirit of the group can be heard throughout the entire soundtrack.

It so happens that in an interview with "Social Network" sound editor Ren Klyce, it was commented that director David Fincher's goal was to "reinvent the film-going experience that we had back in the 80's, back when films were scored electronically. He wanted to have that feeling in the audience of getting the sensation of, 'Wow, this is a very unusual soundtrack. I've never heard Tangerine Dream before. Sure Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross were influenced by their predecessors.

So what? This soundtrack is one of the few that can be listened to quietly while in a reflective mode or in deep concentration during a work project, on long car drives on winding roads, or even turned up to a volume of The best praise I can offer such an album since my review of Autechre's "Incunubula" , albeit "Social Network" is electronic music for the masses. I loved "Ghosts", comprised of instrumental sketches that weren't meant to be songs but impressive, vocal-free sketches.

I have to say I was wrong by a long shot; it's easy to say the 2 albums are so much alike because they're both instrumental but the sound, the intensity, and the composing set the 2 apart.

With this soundtrack, I was surprised at how well thought-out and complete each song sounded; the songs didn't even need vocals. At times the songs reminded me of the instrumentals on "The Fragile" back in his NIN days; other times they sounded like fully thought-out songs that could have been on "Ghosts" or even the "Still" EP.

This is more than a soundtrack to me, this is Trent Reznor along with Atticus Ross , showing that he's not abandoned his abrasive guitars, industrial tendencies, or his talent to make ambience have a brooding urgency. He still maintains to create beautiful, delicate piano driven songs with gloom brooding around them. People who love NIN's instrumental stuff, this is a must have. People who want vocals should still get this because it's great with or without Trent on vocals. If you don't know anything about Nine Inch Nails, you might not enjoy this as much because of the characteristics that usually go along with a Reznor project.

In this this case though, I really think this one is universal to all. See all customer reviews. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Get fast, free delivery with Amazon Prime. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. View or edit your browsing history. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Amazon Payment Products. Listen Now with Amazon Music. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.

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Credits for The Social Network adapted from liner notes: [47]. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Electronic dark ambient electro-industrial chiptune experimental. Last accessed January 22, NIN Official Site.

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MP3 — Listen with our Free App. Track Listings Disc: 1. Hand Covers Bruise. In Motion. A Familiar Taste. It Catches Up with You. Intriguing Possibiliies. Painted Sun in Abstract. Pieces form the Whole. Carbon Prevails. Eventually We Find Our Way. In the Hall of the Mountain King. On We March.

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Much less enthusiastic was Christian Clemmensen, member of the International Film Music Critics Association and editor of Filmtracks , who said the score was "as redundantly insufferable as any score in recent memory, with no standout cues, no beginning, no end, no suspense, no adversity, and, most importantly, no sense of accomplishment". All tracks are written by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross , except where noted. All tracks are written by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. A sampler released for consideration by awarding bodies gave a different track listing and many alternate titles, edits and mixes to the commercially available soundtrack, along with one track not on the previous soundtrack release.

Credits for The Social Network adapted from liner notes: [47]. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Electronic dark ambient electro-industrial chiptune experimental.

Last accessed January 22, NIN Official Site. Archived from the original on Retrieved Los Angeles: Colemanfilm Media Group. Event occurs at 3'17" to 4'38". Ryan Dombal. Pitchfork Media. September 27, Last accessed September 27, Archived from the original on January 9, December 12, Retrieved December 15, Archived from the original on February 24, Soundtrack work by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Reznor discography Ross discography. Nine Inch Nails. Trent Reznor Atticus Ross. Halo I—IV.

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