Seeing the other reviews that this soundtrack got...I had to speak up and give some dignity to what this soundtrack actually is and what it isn't. Personally, I hate it when movies come out and they make a soundtrack with a bunch of songs that might have been in the movie but mostly are inspired by the movie. Those are the soundtracks that you usually find in the bargain bins and the first ones off loaded at the used CDs stores (with a few exceptions of course). They might have one good song and the other stuff is junk. If your looking for one song that will entertain you for a few months...download it from somewhere else. This is the music score and to me personally, they are much more enjoyable...but I guess you have to be a fan of score albums. This score represents the musical orchestration that compliments the film. With that said, I do have to admit that it is a score album that has many unique sounds. At times, it sounds like the music could actually be a part of three different films. The opening title sounds almost tribal I can only assume that the composer is trying to capture the brutality of the Bonnie & Clyde story. There are other moments when the score becomes erratic with traditional swing music of the era and then it slowly evolves into a creepy and solemn sound seems the capture the darker side of these characters. The music seems to bring out these two different sides of the character's personalities. I can imagine that the audience doesn't know if they should be cheering the characters on or hoping that they will be brought down in the end. I haven't seen the show, so I can only listen to the music and wonder. This is a unique score in the fact that it seems to contain so much variation. It has everything from backwoods sliding guitars, jazzy trumpets, swing music, tribal drums, and the full orchestration that is usually associated with film scores. It is all over the place...but I guess the same could be said about the characters in the movie. When I listen to movie scores, I like to envision the movie for myself. Can the composer paint me a picture musically as to what is going on? Are there themes and melodies that fit the subject matter of the film? This score is a bit weird...but I think that Debney does it. It isn't one of my favorite scores...but it is enjoyable none the less.