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Primal - Original Soundtrack R [Soundtrack]

Soundtrack/Cast Album Audio CD
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1. Opening Credits
2. The Timekeeper
3. Arella's Theme
4. A Love Lost
5. Jen Meets Arella
6. Raum & Empusa
7. The Demon Awakes
8. Coliseum
9. A Prince In Chains
10. World Of Water
11. The Turbulent Depthsc
12. A Kingdom Restored
13. The Mad King
14. Mountain Of Suffering
15. Devil's Waltz
16. Darck Science
17. The Helot
18. Temple Of Flame
19. Hall Of Gods
20. Jouney's End

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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant!!! Jan. 26 2004
Format:Audio CD
I've been a film score collector for over 25 years and love fantasy scores! If you're like me you'll find this score for the PS2 game just awesome! As good as any big David Arnold, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith or James Horner score could ever be. Take the risk I did and buy it. You won't regret it it!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars "large scale symphonic orchestral score ~ PRIMAL" June 17 2003
By J. Lovins TOP 50 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
Silva America brings the score of a new game from Sony Entertainment "PRIMAL", taking the listener to new heights within the realm of demonic characters as we combat and explore the unknown. Composers Bob & Barn (Andrew Barnabas & Paul Arnold) gave the baton to Nic Raine, who orchestrated & conducted the City of Prague Philharmonic along with a magnificent chorus and concert Master Bohumil Kotmel. The haunting solos of soprano Michaela Srumore, the violin of Bohumil Kotmel, the alto flute of Pavel Becherovka and Jaraslava Eliasova on piano, celeste and harpsichord add even a more brilliant and breathtaking extravaganza in film music. One almost feels you're sitting in a Concert Hall or Large Theater watching a dark classical piece unfold with every musician, chorus and soloist taking you by the hand on a journey through mysterious and bold adventures that keeps you on the edge. Gothic themes "ARELLA'S THEME", with each counterpart as the chorus blends their voices drifting into the universe ~ "RAUM & EMPUSA", gives the orchestra a work out, chorus seems bent challenging every section in the Philharmonic, brass and chorus join weaving a spell over the listener that is majestic.
Hats off to James Fitzpatrick, Reynold da Silva, Bob & Barn for putting together this project for all the "film-score-buff" fans. This is much better than I expected ~ it will proudly sit on my collectible film score section in entertainment surround sound room, gotta love it!
Total Time: 61:32 on 20 Tracks ~ Silva America 1152 ~ (6/10/2003)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant!!! Jan. 26 2004
By Randal Shipway - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I've been a film score collector for over 25 years and love fantasy scores! If you're like me you'll find this score for the PS2 game just awesome! As good as any big David Arnold, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith or James Horner score could ever be. Take the risk I did and buy it. You won't regret it it!!!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Better than the large majority of film scores Dec 1 2004
By W. Scott Heitman - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I'm a big film score fan, but let's face it...most film scores, when all is said and done, have maybe 3-4 really good tracks. The rest is typically either jarring noise meant to fit a moment in the movie or over-development of the main theme. We often get 20 tracks on the same theme when 4-5 were tiring enough.

That's the beginning of where this soundtrack is truly brilliant. Imagine an album that took the best track off of 20 different soundtracks- you might get a soundtrack like this. Because of the varied "worlds" in which the game takes place, the soundtrack presents a number of different styles and themes. Each world has a main theme and a couple of sub-themes that are often just as good as the main theme. It is really difficult to point out any bad tracks. I read another review on this soundtrack elsewhere where a guy said that the weakest tracks were the ones from the 3rd world. I, on the other hand, thought the tracks from the 3rd world were some of the best. But, as I said above, the quality of all the tracks is so consistent and high that it is difficult to pick a loser. As other reviews have stated, you can definitely find your instruments of choice well-represented here- whether you like haunting vocals and choral work, the brass, or a quiet violin- you will find them all here. I never thought that I would tell people that a video game soundtrack had equaled my other 2 favorite scores, but here I am now. Don't miss picking this one up- there can't be that many copies floating around.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "large scale symphonic orchestral score ~ PRIMAL" June 17 2003
By J. Lovins - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Silva America brings the score of a new game from Sony Entertainment "PRIMAL", taking the listener to new heights within the realm of demonic characters as we combat and explore the unknown. Composers Bob & Barn (Andrew Barnabas & Paul Arnold) gave the baton to Nic Raine, who orchestrated & conducted the City of Prague Philharmonic along with a magnificent chorus and concert Master Bohumil Kotmel. The haunting solos of soprano Michaela Srumore, the violin of Bohumil Kotmel, the alto flute of Pavel Becherovka and Jaraslava Eliasova on piano, celeste and harpsichord add even a more brilliant and breathtaking extravaganza in film music. One almost feels you're sitting in a Concert Hall or Large Theater watching a dark classical piece unfold with every musician, chorus and soloist taking you by the hand on a journey through mysterious and bold adventures that keeps you on the edge. Gothic themes "ARELLA'S THEME", with each counterpart as the chorus blends their voices drifting into the universe ~ "RAUM & EMPUSA", gives the orchestra a work out, chorus seems bent challenging every section in the Philharmonic, brass and chorus join weaving a spell over the listener that is majestic.
Hats off to James Fitzpatrick, Reynold da Silva, Bob & Barn for putting together this project for all the "film-score-buff" fans. This is much better than I expected ~ it will proudly sit on my collectible film score section in entertainment surround sound room, gotta love it!
Total Time: 61:32 on 20 Tracks ~ Silva America 1152 ~ (6/10/2003)
3.0 out of 5 stars Not what I thought it was Feb. 6 2010
By Timothy Jay Cagle - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
After Playing this game, I was interested in getting some of 16 Volt's music from the game. I bought this CD after running a search for 16 Volt on Amazon. This was the only Primal related CD that came up in the search so I bought it. There is not one single song by 16 Volt on this CD, it is a musical score. It's nice, it's just not what I was after.
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