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10,000 BC Soundtrack

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1. Opening
2. Mountain Of The Gods
3. Speech
4. Evolet
5. Mannak Hunt
6. Celebration
7. I Was Not Brave
8. Night Of The Tiger
9. Lead Them
10. Terror Birds
11. Wounded Hunter
12. Food
13. Good-Byes
14. Sea Of Sand
15. Wise Man
16. He Was My Father
17. Mark Of The Hunter
18. Free The Mannaks
19. Not A God
20. You Came For Me
See all 22 tracks on this disc

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Epic Oct. 26 2012
By Hockeyores - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Epic beyond all reason. This is my soundtrack when I workout or just feel like being intense. Really takes you back and gives you that 'primal' feeling....like you were born to do something amazing. To grab life by the tusks and jab a spear through it.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Not awesome.......but certainly not awful either. May 4 2008
By Eiriol Owens - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The soundrack for 10,000 BC is not for everyone (but then, show me the soundtrack that is). It is much like Brian Tyler or Steve Jablonsky's work in that there is a great deal of complex percussion. There are also two beautiful themes: a melancholoy love theme, and a dramatic theme for what I assume would be wide vista shots. These themes are found primarily in tracks 4, 9, 14, 20, 21, and 22. My favourite is 22 by far, but I also love track 14 (sea of sand). There is also a good deal of 'ethnic' chanting.

Having never seen the movie, I am actually quite addicted to the tracks listed above. There is some similarity to King Arthur (Hans Zimmer) and there is this sweet 'David Bell Chord' in track 22 (but only a Trekkie would care about that). This is not my favourite CD but I've quickly developed a deep fondness for it. Some day, when I see the film I may appreciate more of it. This particular work caters to those who want themes and those who prefer a more atmospheric/percussive sound. I think it has the potential to impress many people.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Some great tracks March 21 2008
By Darrin - Published on Amazon.com
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There are some very good tracks on here. Not all are good but there are at least 7 that are worth buying. I figure for $9.50 what the heck and bought the whole album. My seven favorites.

1. Opening
2. Speech
7. I was not brave
11. Wounded hunter
20. You came for me
21. The End
22. 10,000 BC/End Credits
Good music Jan. 19 2014
By john bellamy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Good music. Moody and moving, powerful and guides the story along perfectly. The film was also worthy. Blah Blah Blah
A Beautifully Crafted, Underrated Gem June 15 2013
By Jared M. Kuntz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
10,000 BC is easily the most underrated film ever made, as it is both entertaining and visually phenomenal. But within Roland Emmerich's vision of "The First Hero," is a score that truly captures the vision and greatness of the epic. The music by Harold Kloser & Thomas Wander is stunning to say the least, sounding like a mix of Hans Zimmer's The Last Samurai, Harry Gregson-Williams' Kingdom of Heaven, Bear McCreary's Battlestar Galactica and David Arnold's Stargate. But to compare it to others' works is child's play, as the music here is completely captivating, heartfelt and grand in ever sense of the word. The track "Mountain of the Gods" is a truly massive piece, showcasing the scene when the main characters discover the civilization living in the desert, with giant pyramid structures being built. The track "Terror Birds" focuses more on the intense action-packed moments when the characters are truly in trouble, facing off ancient predators while people start getting killed off. But my all-time favorite is 10,000 BC End Credits; the perfect ending for a truly underrated movie, sounding heroic and hopeful as life continues on.

This is a must-own for anyone who listens to or collects movie soundtracks