Say what you will about Rockstar Games and their obsessively realistic Wild West simulator, there’s no denying that the soundtrack to Red Dead Redemption II was one of the musical highlights last year. Poignant, reflective and perfectly capturing the beauty of its world, Red Dead’s score was ultimately a high point in an otherwise polarizing game. – Review Geek
Since last year, critics have been praising the music of Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Redemption 2! But, it hasn’t stopped. Check out this review of The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: Original Soundtrack featuring music created just for the “obsessively realistic Wild West” experience, by Daniel Lanois, Rocco DeLuca, Willie Nelson, Rhiannon Giddens, Josh Homme and more. Read the full review now at The Review Geek.
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What are one of the most memorable album releases of the year? Let’s take a look at The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: Original Soundtrack, featuring music by Daniel Lanois, Rocco DeLuca, D’Angelo, Rhiannon Giddens, Willie Nelson, Josh Homme and more! In case you missed it, the album also climbed the Top 50 Album and Top 25 Soundtrack charts on Billboard! Read our previous announcement here. See below for vinyl and CD ordering links.
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The swooning score by Nicholas Britell harkens back to the hypnotic strings of his Moonlight soundtrack, this time infused with sounds of jazz instead of the chop-and-screw technique used for that last film. As in something like In The Mood For Love, the period details almost fade into the background, the film evoking a nostalgic mood without overdoing it on the popular music.” – Birth.Movies.Death
As we head into the end of the year, we take a look back at one of the most unforgettable film scores of the year: Nicholas Britell’s If Beale Street Could Talk! The Barry Jenkins-helmed film and Britell’s score earned critical acclaim far and wide, garnering eight reviews over at Birth.Movies.Death, including a rapturous review of the score. The film’s Regina King won the Best Supporting Actress Academy Awards for the film, Jenkins earned a nomination for Best Adapted Screen Play, and Britell received the Best Score Oscar nomination.
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