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Monster: Music From & Inspired by the Film DTS Surround Sound, Import

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  • Audio CD (June 1 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: DTS Surround Sound, Import
  • Label: Digital Sound
  • Run Time: 109 minutes
  • ASIN: B0001ADAVU
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
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Disc: 1
1. The Unbalanced Equation (DVD)
2. Childhood Montage (DVD)
3. A Small Sacrifice (DVD)
4. Girls Kiss (DVD)
5. Virtue (DVD)
6. The Bus Stop (DVD)
7. Dark Lines (DVD)
8. Turning Tricks (DVD)
9. First Kill (DVD)
10. Set And Setting (DVD)
See all 24 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Childhood Montage
2. Girls Kiss
3. The Bus Stop
4. Turning Tricks
5. First Kill
6. Job Hunt
7. Bad Cop
8. "Call Me Daddy" Killing
9. I Don't Like It Rough
10. Ferris Wheel
See all 15 tracks on this disc

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Format: Audio CD
I have been eagerly anticipating the new BT cd for some time now. His new cd is based on the terrific film "Monster" which was one of my favorite films from 2003. What really stood out for me in the film was the amazing music composed by BT. It was nothing like I heard on his previous cds. The music from the film is much moodier and more like legendary composer Brian Eno. It has that same moody, ambience feel. Listening to the second disc (one of these days I will have to get a dvd player to check out the first disc...when I have money that is), the music takes me back to the particular scenes from the film even if I can't seen them. I particularly got the chills from listening to the title sequence as well as the love scene on the Ferris Wheel. The intricate melodies of the madman speech hearkens back to BT's first album "IMA" but overall don't expect anything like from his last two albums. If you loved the film "Monster" as well as the music, then this cd is definitely worth checking out.
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Format: Audio CD
This is the greatest musical score package I've seen. It is presented in two discs, a DTS DVD featurette (labled as Disc One) and CD (labled as Disc Two) . I was lucky to get the limited edition autographed copy for the same price, but that's the only difference.
Disc One:
The best way to listen is of course in DTS 5.1 sound mix, but it can also be played as a normal DVD via PCM sound, which I don't recommend at all. I've switched between PCM stereo and DTS and the difference can't be compared as you miss out on the sonic quality and surround sound experience. The music score was actually mixed with DTS 5.1 as the artist has intended from the start so it's not like those DVDs that you buy afterward that was re-mixed to play under 5.1 surround, but the artist never thought to play it that way and the instruments are just all over the place. With this DTS mix, you get the whole feel as instruments creep from behind you right from track 1.
Since this is an audio disc, the concentration is in the audio quality. However, as you play each track there are video stills from the movie to remind you of the feel and event from where the music was inspired from.
As a DVD, there are extras such as Interview with BT and the Director, Patty Jenkins; Theatrical Trailer; Gallery; and even a Film Mixing Demo which gives you a glimpse of the three basic elements in a film sound - dialogue, music and effects - and which you can play altogether or separately in a snippet of the movie, Monster.
Disc Two:
This is the audio CD part. Although there is a confusing DTS logo on the disc (which only states DTS entertainment), there is no DTS surround here. In this disc there are only 15 tracks (versus 24 tracks in Disc One).
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Format: Audio CD
This is perhaps the most emotionally charged score I've heard in my life (as well as one of my favorite soundtracks to date). I watched the movie (at least five times) and I love it! It became one of my top ten favorite movies ever! After I heard the music from the movie, I bought the soundtrack the next day and have listened to it alot. I think this was the perfect music to support the movie as well as the perfect music to listen to in your free time. I didn't even know who BT was until his score to Fast and the Furious. And now I keep up with all of his releases and I've become a huge fan. His score to Monster is his best yet. From "The Bus Stop" to "The Ferris Wheel" to the "Courtroom" track, this is by far the best soundtrack, I think, so far of 2004! You need to get this soundtrack as well as the movie! This was a unique soundtrack because of the DVD feature which is really awesome too. Trust me, buy this soundtrack because it's worth every cent!
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