Based on Stephenie Meyer's #1 New York Times Bestseller of the same name, TWILIGHT explores the complex intertwining of teenage romance and the dark world of vampires. Chop Shop Records compiled this soundtrack with songs that accentuate the film's already ethereal atmosphere. Featuring two brand-new songs by Paramore (including the single "Decode") and one new track by Perry Farrell, TWILIGHT is just as much an adventure as the film. Also included are songs by Muse, Linkin Park, and a contribution by one of the film's stars, Rob Pattinson, who portrays the character Edward Cullen.
Song List: Disc 1 1. Supermassive Black Hole 2. Decode 3. Full Moon 4. Leave Out All The Rest 5. Spotlight [Twilight Mix] (mix) 6. Go All The Way (Into The Twilight) 7. Tremble For My Beloved 8. I Caught Myself 9. Eyes On Fire 10. Never Think 11. Flightless Bird, American Mouth 12. Bella's Lullaby
Pros: Skilled music Cons: Uninspiring (to me), very little diversity The Bottom Line: Let's face it; the bottom line is not impressed. Though I've not reviewed a soundtrack by Carter Burwell before, I've seen his name around plenty of times. Enough to know it when I spotted it. Surprisingly enough, I was referred to this soundtrack by a friend, whose musical tastes are a far cry from what we've got going on here. … more
Pros: Nice collection of songs, a few stellar tracks from lesser known artist, Robert Pattinson's songs... Cons: ...a few unnecessary remixes, Bella's Lullaby :( The Bottom Line: The Twilight Soundtrack is surprisingly good. I'm honestly looking forward to the indie-goodness that seems to be the New Moon soundtrack even more, however... Okay, I am painfully aware of the fact that I'm a twenty-two year old woman … more
Part of what makes the film version of "Twilight" work is the fact that its music fits it perfectly. For fans of the film (and the book) this soundtrack provides those songs in a near perfect collection. Opening with the "baseball" song from the film, Muse's "Supermassive Black Hole," the tone is set early for the remainder of the disc. The song is haunting, funky, and very listenable. From there the album roles into the first of two Paramore tunes, "Decode." Personally, I … more