Although the instrumental score by Mychael Danna is admirable, it certainly doesn't have the zing of a score you will want to play over and over, like you would a Morricone, Williams, Goldsmith or Barry score - but nonetheless, you will be compelled to listen to the Celtic inspired score more than a few times for its haunting moody vibe. However, the real surprise and absolute beauty of this album are the vocal pieces by actress Sarah Polley (Dawn of the Dead remake). She proves that her singing ability is right on par with her acting talents. The five tracks are mainly cover tunes or have been written by other artists such as The Tragically Hip (Courage - best track on the score, and I am sure you will find them to be the kinds of tracks you will return to over the course of your life and will serve to be soothing when experiencing hardship or minor depressions - don't let this deter you, this kind of music is necessary in this age of anxiety and confusion. In the end, you will be asking yourself: "What the hell is Sarah Polley doing in movies like Dawn of the Dead 2004 (I am a huge fan of the original), she needs to be in the recording studio cutting an album!" Voices and artists like Polley would be so refreshing in this vapid musical landscape owned by the likes of girls named Brittany, Christina (good voice, bad songs and lyrics), and Hilary and many other one trick ponies. C'mon Sarah, smarten up the music scene putting all you activists talents into an album and give us another choice over all these bubble gum fades.