Thursday, April 29, 2010

Iron Man 2 Soundtrack [2010]

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This should be a pretty good marriage: Marvel has reached a deal with Columbia Records to use AC/DC tunes exclusively for the Iron Man 2 soundtrack, which you can get it from 19th April.

The full press release from Marvel follows, but as you might expect, the soundtrack looks like it rocks pretty hard. Thankfully, we get some classic Angus in addition to a few newer tracks, although every song has been previously released. Iron Man 2 is the first big summer movie, and even though his unofficial theme song is by Black Sabbath, I would expect a ton of AC/DC in TV commercials and trailers. In fact, the band's "Shoot to Thrill" is already featured in the first trailer.



Fan collection tracks were taken out from internet some months ago when full list of this soundtrack revealed. The album is essentially a greatest hits collection featuring the music used in the film plus a selection of fan favorites to round out the rest of the tracks. Here's the complete listing:

1. Shoot to Thrill
2. Rock 'N' Roll Damnation
3. Guns for Hire
4. Cold Hearted Man
5. Back in Black
6. Thunderstruck
7. If You Want Blood (You've Got It)
8. Evil Walks
9. T.N.T.
10. Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be
11. Have a Drink on Me
12. The Razor's Edge
13. Let There Be Rock
14. War Machine
15. Highway to Hell




Iron Man 2 opens internationally beginning on April 28, 2010. In the U.S., the film will be distributed by Paramount Pictures and is scheduled for release on May 7, 2010.



The world is aware that billionaire inventor Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) is the armored superhero Iron Man. Under pressure from the government, the press, and the public to share his technology with the military, Tony is unwilling to divulge the secrets behind the Iron Man armor because he fears the information will slip into the wrong hands. With Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow), and James “Rhodey” Rhodes (Don Cheadle) at his side, Tony forges new alliances and confronts powerful new forces.



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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

In My Sleep Soundtrack [2010]


Writer-director Allen Wolf has apparently based his murder tale on the effects of parasomnia; those afflicted do things in their sleep they wouldn't ordinarily do and can't remember later. The afflicted here is Marcus (Philip Winchester), a good-looking, gym-hardened massage therapist and ladies man who picks up so many women at nightclubs he can't remember their names. And those are just the ones he knows about: When he wakes up half-naked in a cemetery, with no idea how he got there, he knows he has a problem.


Marcus joins a Sexaholics Anonymous group whose leader (Michael Badalucco) counsels him about his promiscuity. He gets strange phone calls that suggest he's being followed. Despite his determination to stay away from any close encounters, he wakes up one morning in bed with Ann (Kelly Overton), the wife of his best friend, Justin (Tim Draxl). A few nights later, he wakes up in his bedroom covered in blood, with a knife by his side and two cops at his door. After hiding the "evidence," he's told that Ann, who's been missing since they slept together, has turned up murdered. Marcus sets out to discover who the killer is, even if the killer turns out to be him.

Tracklist:

01. Main Title (2:31)
02. Finding Gwen (1:49)
03. Night Music (0:59)
04. The Nightmare Begins (3:03)
05. Morning After (2:20)
06. Gwen at the Cemetary (2:22)
07. Doubts (2:23)
08. Blood Drops (2:27)
09. Police Search (1:36)
10. The Second Nightmare (3:33)
11. Visions of Father (0:45)
12. Awkward Date (2:49)
13. Justin's Plea (1:17)
14. Triangle Park (2:01)
15. Hiding the Knife (2:57)
16. Arrest (1:17)
17. Going Home (4:10)
18. Phantoms (0:20)
19. Panic (2:07)
20. Faceoff (2:54)
21. Confession (1:35)
22. Home to the Truth (1:28)
23. Remembering Father (4:43)
24. Showdown (2:47)
25. Underwater (1:00)
26. Desperate Resolution (1:48)
27. A New Beginning (0:53)
28. Distant Dream (0:47)
29. Reconciliation (Finale) (1:24)
30. Theme Song - In My Sleep (performed by Damesviolet) (3:36)

Total Time: 01:03:42

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Batman: The Movie Soundtrack [1966 - 2010]



Presenting Nelson Riddle’s original motion picture score to the 1966 Twentieth Century Fox feature film BATMAN: THE MOVIE, starring Adam West, Burt Ward, Lee Meriwether, Cesar Romero and Burgess Meredith, and directed by Leslie H. Martinson. Mr. Riddle’s propulsive jazzy score exemplifies the classic 60’s incarnation of the beloved Batman icon and is the perfect compliment to the film’s campy excitement. Produced by Nick Redman and Mike “BAT”essino and edited and mastered by Mike “BAT”essino, this release of Nelson Riddle’s BATMAN score boasts much-improved sound quality, includes a never-before-released cue “Bruce And Kitka”, and features the bonus premiere track “Submarine Battle,” in which “BAT”essino cut together tracks to re-create the score to the submarine climax as heard in the film. CD Booklet features exclusive liner notes by Brian “BAT”terwhite and Bat-tastic photos! Limited Edition of 2000 Units.

Track list:
01. Acknowledgment / Main Title (02:31)
02. Batmobile To Airport (02:01)
03. A Good Job (02:22)
04. Roger Wilco (02:45)
05. Just Ring / Yo Ho, Sir / Let's Find Out (02:21)
06. Tricky Buoy (03:24)
07. Torpedoes (02:35)
08. Holy Polaris (01:01)
09. Kitka (01:13)
10. Dark Eyes (Source) (00:21)
11. Plaisir D'amour (Source) (01:25)
12. Bruce And Kitka* (00:44)
13. Shades Of Smolensic (03:20)
14. Jet Umbrellas (01:50)
15. Filthy Criminals (01:34)
16. Chamber 17 (01:14)
17. Credulous Creatures / Fine Finkish Friends (02:19)
18. Dehydrated (01:36)
19. Stand Clear (02:10)
20. Flee For Your Life (02:38)
21. False Feathers / Swallow This Pill (03:19)
22. My Very Paradise (02:06)
23. The Grotto / A Stitch In Time (03:09)
24. Emergency Operation (02:55)
25. Small Craft (03:30)
26. Attack (03:23)
27. Take It In Tow (00:56)
28. Vials (04:23)
29. End Title (01:10)

BONUS TRACKS:
30. "Again" (02:05)
31. Submarine Battle (Edited Music)* (04:37)
32. Batman Theme (00:46)

*previously unreleased tracks

Total Time: 01:11:43

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Iron Man 2 Dr Pepper Commercial

Below you can checkout a brand new Dr Pepper TV commercial which is tied to Iron Man 2. The cool part of this trailer is the fact it has Stan Lee in it as a janitor for Stark Industries. It is a very cool little cameo. Haha funny

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

The Loser Soundtrack [2010]



The cheesy plot is derived from an early story arc in the DC Comics title that spawned The Losers. It's generic but it gets the job done. The Losers, an elite squad of soldiers with varying skills and specialties - Jensen (Chris Evans), Roque (Idris Elba), Pooch (Columbus Short), and Cougar (Oscar Jaenada) - are led by Clay (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), a loner who views his men as his family. When an op in Bolivia goes horribly wrong and The Losers are believed to have been killed in action, they find themselves eking out a meager existence in South America while harboring a thirst for vengeance against the man responsible for their predicament: a CIA super-agent named Max (Jason Patric). That's the situation when the dangerous, attractive Aisha (Zoe Saldana) locates them and offers a deal: if they agree to find and kill Max, she'll provide them with a way back into the United States and a limitless supply of cash for any hardware they need to do the job. The specifics of her identity, however, remain a mystery.




Opened in theater 23 April, The Loser got very active rating overall for fun to watch and humorous actions. It seams like Zoe Saldana was take a good pick than Sam in Clash of the Titans after Avatar.



Tracklist:
01. Dead Men (3:31)
02. Not Soldiers Anymore (1:45)
03. Fake Out / Cool Reception (2:17)
04. Miami Heist (3:14)
05. Interlude (1:31)
06. Mumbai Max (3:37)
07. Broken Trust (2:20)
08. Port Break-In (2:07)
09. Double Crossed (3:03)
10. Psychic Bullets / Aisha's Beed (1:51)
11. Bad Business (1:39)
12. Good Catch (2:45)
13. The Losers (3:14)
14. The Shootout (4:07)
15. Max Factor (1:48)
16. Angle of the Dangle (2:11)

Total Time: 00:41:09

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Sunday, April 25, 2010

The Last Airbender's trailer 3

The story follows Aang, the last known survivor of the peaceful Air Nomads and the Airbenders.



Aided by a protective teenage Waterbender named Katara and her brother Sokka, Aang begins a perilous journey to restore balance to their war-torn world. Standing in their way are the Fire Nation’s Admiral Zhao and Prince Zuko, the banished prince of the Fire Nation who seeks to capture Aang to regain his honor. M. Night Shyamalan is planning to develop a trilogy of Airbender films, with this first one hitting 3D and 2D theaterson July 2nd, 2010.

Academy Award-nominated composer James Newton Howard has sign on to compose film's score and this is 7th collaboration between Howard and Shyamalan.



First trailer of Ondine

Ondine trailer was just out.



Story of Syracuse, a simple fisherman who catches a beautiful and mysterious woman in his trawlers nets. The woman seems to be dead, but then she comes alive before Syracuses eyes and he thinks he may be seeing things. However, with the help of his ailing, yet irrepressible daughter, Annie, he comes to believe that the fantastical might be possible and that the woman (Ondine) might be a myth come true. Ondine and Syracuse fall passionately in love, but just as we think the fairytale might go on forever, the real world intercedes. Then, after a terrible car crash and the return of a dark and violent figure from Ondines past, hope eventually prevails and a new beginning is presented to Syracuse, Ondine and Annie.

Ondine's scheduled on limit theaters from June 6.



The Runestone Soundtrack [1990-2010]

The Runestone Soundtrack [1990-2010]
The Runestone Soundtrack [1990-2010]

CD features all the cues for the 1990 horror film in chronological film order and comes with a 20-page booklet that chronicles the film and score's creation, as written by horror film authority Daniel Schweiger. Directed by Willard Carroll. THE RUNESTONE is probably David Newman's darkest and most dramatic score. It's a real slugfest, filled with orchestral bombast and horror cliches.

Track list:
01. Prologue (01:35)
02. Main Title / Discovery (01:32)
03. The Runestone Travels (01:53)
04. Holy Christ! (00:27)
05. The Voices First Appear (01:15)
06. The Voices' Second Appearance (00:25)
07. Martin Possessed (01:51)
08. What Do You Want? (01:14)
09. Supernatural Romance (02:54)
10. The Keys (02:10)
11. No Turning Back - Part 1 (00:29)
12. No Turning Back - Part 2 / What The Hell Was That? (00:47)
13. Second Killing (03:22)
14. Fenrir (00:16)
15. Martin Collects Himself (00:42)
16. Martin Grabs Maria (01:45)
17. Martin Is Crazy (01:42)
18. Marla Visits Hagstrom (00:24)
19. No Atheists In Foxholes (02:20)
20. Marla Escapes Fenrir (03:57)
21. Heavy Petting (02:54)
22. Bingo! (00:49)
23. The Shadow (00:16)
24. Tyr (00:37)
25. To The Mine (01:06)
26. The Party (04:01)
27. Slaughters At An Exhibition (01:41)
28. Entering Society (01:09)
29. Sigvaldson To The Rescue (00:35)
30. Nightmare (00:08)
31. Jakomin (01:12)
32. Fenrir vs. Officer Newman (02:28)
33. Battle: Round One (01:38)
34. Fenrir Is Held Back (02:56)
35. Sigvalson Offers Assistance (01:28)
36. Persuasive Eyes (00:30)
37. That's Enough (02:44)
38. Fenrir Reigns Terror (01:41)
39. Jacob Gets The Axe / Sigvaldson & Fenrir Reunited (03:26)
40. Jacob Brings The Axe (01:27)
41. Final Battle (02:13)
42. They Kill Fenrir / Final Scene (03:23)
43. End Credits (02:55)

Total Time: 01:12:17

Friday, April 23, 2010

Avatar Music From The Motion Picture Music Album Deluxe Version



The new release -- which appends six previously unreleased bonus tracks from James Horner's Academy Award-nominated score -- arrives at all digital retailers on Tuesday, April 20th. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment's North American Blu-ray/DVD release of Oscar-winning filmmaker James Cameron's epic adventure AVATAR follows on Earth Day, April 22nd.

Composed and conducted by James Horner, "AVATAR: MUSIC FROM THE MOTION PICTURE" has received an array of prestigious honors, including an Oscar-nomination in the "Music (Original Score)" category, as well as Golden Globe nominations for "Best Original Score" and "Best Original Song - Motion Picture." The album is highlighted by AVATAR's end title song, "I See You (Theme From Avatar)," performed by multiple Grammy Award-nominated singer Leona Lewis, with lyrics by Simon Franglen, Kuk Harrell, and James Horner, and music by Horner and Franglen, the same team behind Titanic's Academy Award-winning score and theme song, "My Heart Will Go On."

One of the world's most prolific and celebrated film composers, James Horner has earned two Academy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards for his music from James Cameron's Titanic -- including "Best Original Score" and "Best Original Song" (for "My Heart Will Go On").
He has also received eight additional Academy Award nominations, eight additional Golden Globe nods, and six Grammy Awards, including "Song of the Year" in both 1987 (for An American Tail's "Somewhere Out There") and 1998 (for Titanic's "My Heart Will Go On").

6 new songs are add into the old tracks which made someone not really happy when they only want those additional one.



Track List:

1. ''You Don't Dream In Cryo. ....''James Horner 6:09
2. Jake Enters His Avatar WorldJames Horner 5:24
3. Pure Spirits Of The ForestJames Horner 8:49
4. The Bioluminescence Of The NightJames Horner 3:37
5. Becoming One Of ''The People'' Becoming One With Neytiri James Horner 7:43
6. Climbing Up ''Iknimaya - The Path To Heaven''James Horner 3:18
7. Jake's First FlightJames Horner 4:50
8. Scorched EarthJames Horner 3:32
9. QuaritchJames Horner 5:01
10. The Destruction Of HometreeJames Horner 6:47
11. Shutting Down Grace's LabJames Horner 2:47
12. Gathering All The Na'vi Clans For BattleJames Horner 5:14
13. WarJames Horner11:21
14. I See You [Theme From Avatar]Leona Lewis 4:20
15. Pandora (Bonus Track)James Horner 3:17
16. Viperwolves Attack (Bonus Track)James Horner 3:50
17. Great Leonoptryx (Bonus Track)James Horner 1:33
18. Escape From Hellgate (Bonus Track)James Horner 3:25
19. Healing Ceremony (Bonus Track)James Horner 2:21
20. The Death Of Quaritch (Bonus Track)James Horner 5:20

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Actual Avatar movie props

Thursday, April 22, 2010

End of Eternity Soundtrack [2010]


End of Eternity Soundtrack [2010]

End of Eternity (to be called Resonance of Fate when it arrives in North America next month) is an unassuming-looking game. It might be tempting to overlook it in light of the upcoming barrage of RPGs, and some pieces of the game are overlookable, but passing End of Eternity by means missing out on a fantastically fun battle system and surprisingly good overall package.


End of Eternity takes place entirely within a gigantic structure called Basel. It’s the distant future, and the planet has been ravaged and polluted, so a giant purifying structure is now the only place mankind can live. A civilization has grown up around it, in a massive tower, with the higher-class citizens living on the highest floors, and the poorest of the poor living far below in the grime. Time has passed; a theocracy has sprung up, led until recently by the now-deceased Pope Frida, who was an inspiring figure to the people. Her sort-of replacement is a man named Roen, and he and the upper crust of Basel (called the Cardinals) lead the people. But after a man named Sullivan shows up, experiments happen. Stones with mysterious powers happen. Schemes about controlling destiny happen. Elsewhere, the three middle-class main characters are somewhat oblivious to these happenings…until they are gradually drawn into the mess.

Kohei Tanaka's music is orchestral in nature. To those who do not enjoy Motoi Sakuraba's orchestral offerings, this is probably a fantastic decision. For those who do enjoy Sakuraba's orchestral themes, fret not as Tanaka crafts some beautiful themes for this soundtrack. Opening the promotional album, "The Beginning of Eternity," was first featured in the trailers for the game. It features a beautiful blend of more cinematic action scoring and some exquisite melodies. It may or may not be the main theme of the game, but I'm sure this motif will occur again throughout the game. "The Truth" is another cinematic theme but one that harbors a very sinister image. As the theme progresses, it takes on a more and more sinister atmosphere, starting mainly with some piano and strings work before moving onto some beautifully integrated organ and brass. In the end, this is one of the themes that really define Kohei Tanaka's skill at blending orchestral music rather nicely.


Disc 1
01 The beginning of eternity 1:57
02 Fighting with the devil 2:36
03 The truth 5:02
04 Resonance of fate 3:45
05 Home sweet home 2:38
06 Upper World 2:31
07 Upper World-Night 1:43
08 Mall 1:57
09 Quiet Time 0:12
10 Ebel City 2:23
11 Ebel City-Night 1:56
12 Back Alley [A] 3:27
13 Back Alley [B] 3:20
14 Chandelier 2:11
15 Chandelier-Night 2:18
16 Cardinal's Manor 1:41
17 Rainy Bridge [A] 3:36
18 Rainy Bridge [B] 3:36
19 Closed Road [A] 3:47
20 Closed Road [B] 3:47
21 Irruption [A] 3:44
22 Irruption [B] 3:44
23 Victory 0:41
Disc length 62:32

Disc 2
01 Middle World 2:16
02 Middle World-Night 2:00
03 Cranktown 2:06
04 Cranktown-Night 1:57
05 Crank Seminary 2:20
06 Perpetual 1:43
07 Obsessed 1:31
08 Hughes Power Station [A] 3:31
09 Hughes Power Station [B] 3:31
10 Hughes Power Station-Night [A] 3:39
11 Hughes Power Station-Night [B] 3:39
12 Arena [A] 3:39
13 Arena [B] 3:39
14 Cheerful and peaceful 1:32
15 Forest road of Idols [A] 3:37
16 Forest road of Idols [B] 3:37
17 Forest of Idols [A] 3:21
18 Forest of Idols [B] 3:21
19 Open Air Studio [A] 3:40
20 Open Air Studio [B] 3:39
21 End of fate 0:44
22 Danger Danger 3:19
Disc length 62:21

Disc 3
01 Lower World 3:03
02 Albona 3:09
03 Mine 24 [A] 4:18
04 Mine 24 [B] 4:18
05 Delight & Enjoyment 1:01
06 Tundra [A] 3:17
07 Tundra [B] 3:18
08 Silver Canyon [A] 3:38
09 Silver Canyon [B] 3:38
10 Silver Canyon-Night [A] 3:22
11 Silver Canyon-Night [B] 3:22
12 Reverse of fortune 0:44
13 Lucia [A] 3:42
14 Lucia [B] 3:42
15 Scrapyard [A] 4:18
16 Scrapyard [B] 3:57
17 Fire after fire [A] 3:35
18 Fire after fire [B] 3:35
19 Different desire 2:08
Disc length 62:05

Disc 4
01 Disillusion [A] 3:32
02 Disillusion [B] 3:32
03 Etsia [A] 3:55
04 Etsia [B] 3:55
05 Gran Idee Mines [A] 3:42
06 Gran Idee Mines [B] 3:42
07 Freud Remnants [A] 4:12
08 Freud Remnants [B] 4:12
09 Rock Crushing Site [A] 3:38
10 Rock Crushing Site [B] 3:38
11 Deserted Block [A] 3:26
12 Deserted Block [B] 3:26
13 Disaster 2:16
14 Shoot it out [A] 3:48
15 Shoot it out [B] 3:48
16 Associates 2:33
Disc length 57:15

Disc 5
01 Happy-go-lucky 1:07
02 Square Garden-Red & Green [A] 3:13
03 Square Garden-Red & Green [B] 3:13
04 Square Garden-White [A] 3:19
05 Square Garden-White [B] 3:19
06 Warehouse District [A] 3:54
07 Warehouse District [B] 3:54
08 Dakota Vein [A] 3:44
09 Dakota Vein [B] 3:44
10 Patertopolis [A] 3:41
11 Patertopolis [B] 3:41
12 I would be a CHAMP !? 1:27
13 a memento of... 1:34
14 Elderly sage 1:20
15 Aetersyl [A] 3:33
16 Aetersyl [B] 3:33
17 Outer Wall [A] 3:57
18 Outer Wall [B] 3:57
19 Lifting shadows off the fate 1:33
Disc length 57:43

Disc 6
01 Shadows of the fate 1:05
02 Fret 1:23
03 Basilica [A] 3:46
04 Basilica [B] 3:46
05 Showdown 3:42
06 Armed and Dangerous [A] 3:26
07 Armed and Dangerous [B] 3:26
08 Best friends 1:23
09 In the frame [A] 3:29
10 In the frame [B] 3:29
11 Battle to pay the debt [A] 3:31
12 Battle to pay the debt [B] 3:31
13 Anguish of a man on the clockwork world 2:27
14 The show must go on [A] 3:59
15 The show must go on [B] 3:59
16 Final Curtain 4:13
17 The end of eternity 5:15
18 Dangerous Attraction 6:02
19 Red Hot Choi Polis 7:38
Disc length 69:30

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Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Soundtrack [2010]

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Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Soundtrack [2010]

Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn is one of the Space Operas launched this year, based on the novel series written by Fukuii Harutoshi. This is one grand show with great characters and complicated plotlines. And to set off the mood, the music producer Sawano Hiroyuki (of Sengoku Barasa and Team Medical Dragon fame) provide a full orchestral score. So let listen to the space opera through the Gundam Unicorn soundtrack.

Very good soundtrack. Grab it and enjoy my friend.

Track list
01.Hiroyuki Sawano - U.C.0096 [02:52]
02.Hiroyuki Sawano - Unicorn [04:48]
03.Hiroyuki Sawano - The Univers [04:56]
04.Hiroyuki Sawano - Mineva [02:08]
05.Hiroyuki Sawano - Mobile Suit [02:44]
06.Hiroyuki Sawano - Laplace [02:42]
07.Hiroyuki Sawano - Marida [03:38]
08.Cyua - A Letter [04:06]
09.Hiroyuki Sawano - Infernal Affairs [02:00]
10.Hiroyuki Sawano - E.F.S.F [02:23]
11.Hiroyuki Sawano - Piano To Anna [02:43]
12.Hiroyuki Sawano - On Your Mark [04:12]
13.Hiroyuki Sawano - Full-Frontal [03:10]
14.Hiroyuki Sawano - Bring On A War [02:25]
15.Hiroyuki Sawano - Inequality-A Cloud Of War [04:16]
16.Hiroyuki Sawano - Otto-For A Change [05:38]
17.Hiroyuki Sawano - Life & Death [02:26]
18.Hiroyuki Sawano - The Distant Past [02:55]
19.Hiroyuki Sawano - Go On A Foray [02:51]
20.Hiroyuki Sawano - Fear Sorrow [02:24]
21.Hiroyuki Sawano - H@r0 [02:17]
22.Hiroyuki Sawano - Rx-0 [02:54]
23.Yumiko Inoue & Yuko Kawai - Licht Meer [03:31]
24.Hiroyuki Sawano - Zero Gravity [03:35]

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Clash of the Titans Soundtrack [2010]



In Clash of the Titans, the ultimate struggle for power pits men against kings and kings against gods. But the war between the gods themselves could destroy the world. Born of a god but raised as a... In Clash of the Titans, the ultimate struggle for power pits men against kings and kings against gods. But the war between the gods themselves could destroy the world. Born of a god but raised as a man, Perseus (Sam Worthington) is helpless to save his family from Hades (Ralph Fiennes), vengeful god of the underworld. With nothing left to lose, Perseus volunteers to lead a dangerous mission to defeat Hades before he can seize power from Zeus (Liam Neeson) and unleash hell on earth. Leading a daring band of warriors, Perseus sets off on a perilous journey deep into forbidden worlds. Battling unholy demons and fearsome beasts, he will only survive if he can accept his power as a god, defy his fate and create his own destiny.


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Clash of the Titans is being directed by Louis Leterrier (The Incredible Hulk). Leading the international cast is Australian actor Sam Worthington (Terminator Salvation, the upcoming Avatar) as Perseus, the mortal son of Zeus, king of the gods. Academy Award® nominee Liam Neeson (Taken, Schindler's List) takes on the role of the mighty Zeus, and Academy Award® nominee Ralph Fiennes (the Harry Potter films, The English Patient) plays the role of Hades, god of the underworld, who feeds on human fear. Rounding out the cast is Gemma Arterton (Quantum of Solace) as Io, Perseus' mysterious spiritual guide throughout his journey; Mads Mikkelsen (Casino Royale) as Draco, who takes up his sword to join Perseus' quest; Jason Flemyng (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) as Acrisius, a one-time king turned hideous beast; and Alexa Davalos (Defiance) as Andromeda, a princess doomed to lose her life if Perseus does not succeed.



Based on the 1981 film of the same name, written by the late Beverley Cross, Clash of the Titans is directed by Louis Leterrier from a screenplay by Phil Hay & Matt Manfredi (Aeon Flux), story by Travis Beacham (Dog Days of Summer) and Hay & Manfredi. The film is produced by Basil Iwanyk (We Are Marshall) and Kevin De La Noy (The Dark Knight). The executive producers are Academy Award® winner Richard D. Zanuck and Legendary Pictures' Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni and William Fay.


Track list

Track list:
01. The Storm That Brought You To Me (4:50)
02. There Is A God In You (1:39)
03. Perseus (6:34)
04. You Can't Hide From Hades (3:31)
05. Medusa (4:07)
06. Scorpiox (3:24)
07. Argos (1:54)
08. You Fall, You Die (1:14)
09. Written In The Stars (2:55)
10. Pegasus (2:22)
11. Bring Everything (But The Owl) (1:48)
12. Killed By A God (1:51)
13. Djinn (1:56)
14. Eyes Down (4:20)
15. You Were Saved For A Reason (1:20)
16. Redemption Through Blood (2:15)
17. I Have Everything I Need (3:16)
18. King Acrisius (2:27)
19. It's Expensive Where You Are Going (2:50)
20. Be My Weapon (10:09)
21. The Best Of Both (1:30)
22. Release The Kraken (6:03)
23. It's Almost Human Of You (3:16)

Total Time: 01:15:30

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