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Timeline Soundtrack


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  • Composer: Brian Tyler
  • Audio CD (Nov. 25 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Outside Music
  • Run Time: 116 minutes
  • ASIN: B0000UX4Y4
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #124,141 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Main Title
2. Galvanize The Troops
3. Battle of La Roque
4. Troops In The Fog
5. Battalion
6. 1357 France
7. Enter The Wormhole
8. Timeline
9. Lady Claire and Marek
10. Night Arrows
11. Transcription Errors
12. Storming The Castle
13. Battlefield Revealed
14. Interruptus
15. Mysterioso
16. Eternal
17. Village Burned
18. Descent
19. History Will Change
20. Past And Present

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By Holly Ingraham on June 28 2004
Format: Audio CD
Soundtrack albums are amphibious. They need to live in two worlds. In the first place, soundtracks are created to support the moods and action of the movie. Whether or not a soundtrack succeeds there you can only judge by watching the movie.
When soundtracks are released as albums, I do not think it sufficient criteria that they be a memento of the movie, a kind of memory fix until the DVD comes out. I never go to movie houses, so I'm always getting soundtracks a year before I see the movie. I judge them strictly as atmospheric music.
For example, James Shore's LotR soundtracks succeed in the first instance, of working well in the films, but are unpleasant listening here in my front room. They are movie-dependent. They function excellently as movie soundtracks, but not as music albums of soundtracks.
The "Timeline" soundtrack may be this year's favorite writing music at National Novel Writing Month. It has great forward energy without being tied to one mood (gothic darkness of "Van Helsing") or era or area (Middle Eastern of "Hidalgo"), while not being monothematic. There are romantic themes, some slightly quirky techy cuts, but never too violent a movement away from the rest. It's repeatable, if you can stand to listen to an album more than once a week (I know some people just can't), either entire or any track. This is not slow down and relax music, I warn you: the title of this review sums it up.
One reason for the excellent listening experience is that it has been re-juggled to be a music CD rather than just a memento. The cuts are not in the order the movie demanded, but in a new order that creates a better flow as pure music.
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By A Customer on Nov. 30 2003
Format: Audio CD
Timeline turned out to be a difficult production for Richard Donner. Mostly in doing last minute reshoots and editing when the original theater cut came out about seven scenes too short )according to press releases from Paramount), so they ended up doing more reshoots and editing which came out as a theater cut that has it's fair share of editing bloopers and takes where the actors are clearly working under pressure and trying to do the best acting they can. Tough for Dick Donner because he really wanted to stay as close to the Michael Crichton novel as he could, and also a disapointing music score because Jerry Goldsmith was supposed to do the score (and he did) but they couldn't use it because of the editing and reshoot problems, so they hired Brian Tyler to do it, and it turns out as a disapointing score which sounds more like he was trying to copy John Barry's music style. Anyway, I have seen the movie and heard the score, and they both come out as disapointing. Another blow in Paramount's two year box office disapointment films (and it continues).
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Format: Audio CD
Not is the movie a good action / adventure flick but the musical score composed by Brian Tyler is just fantastic. I'm a big fan of film scores and no recent movies have produced a score that stuck with me after I saw the movie. But with this score I was humming the music for days. I would like to point out the "Galvanize of the Troops" score because it holds a lot of power in it and within the context of the film the score holds the movie to epic proportions. There is no doubt in my mind that this score held this movie together brilliantly.
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