Nobel Son (Ost) CD (2008)

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Product Overview

Specifications

Label Lakeshore/red
SKU 209085006
UPC 780163404029
UPC 14 00780163404029
Format CD
Release Date 11/11/2008
Links
Author Various
Associated Artist/Work California Dreams
Associated Artist/Work Original Soundtrack
Technical Info
Producer Ian Green; Paul Oakenfold
CatalogID 340402
Lable Name Lakeshore Records
Released 11/11/2008
Original Release 2008
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00780163404029
Musical Guests
Spitfire
Album Notes and Credits
Personnel: Ian Green (programming).
Although the name of DJ extraordinaire Paul Oakenfold does not appear on the cover of the soundtrack album for director Randall Miller's uneven caper picture Nobel Son as the credited score composer, it might as well. Oakenfold is responsible for most of the music as composer, performer, and producer, and, as might be expected, the result is nearly an hour's worth of electronic dance-rock. In most cases, composers are brought into the filmmaking process in post-production and write their music to accompany footage that has been shot and edited. But in this case, it would be easy to guess that Oakenfold never even saw the film, merely submitting a batch of his usual efforts and leaving the filmmakers to mix it in as they saw fit. A couple of cues ("Intro" and "Barkley's Desire") incorporate dialogue from the film, much of it spoken by Alan Rickman, who plays the part of the Nobel Prize-winning father in the story. Yet whether the music is performed by Oakenfold himself or farmed out to Bad Apples, Groove Armada, or the Chemical Brothers (there is also a 1958 performance by Blossom Dearie of Cole Porter's "Just One of Those Things" with the music stripped off and replaced by an electronic track by Brazilian Girls), the music maintains its steady dance tempo. In the film, the music serves as an intensifier for the action sequences; it's not like the movie is set in a disco in London or Ibiza. (Actually, Southern California is the locale most of the time.) So, this is one soundtrack album that does not consist of instrumental music that stretches out or ends abruptly to conform to the editing of the film that it serves. It is, in essence, an album of dance music that happens to be associated with a movie. ~ William Ruhlmann
Disc 1
1 Nobel Son
2 Just One of Those Things - (Brazilian Girls Remix, remix)
3 Let Me Be Real
4 Feed Your Mind - (Underworld Remix, remix, featuring Spitfire)
5 Come Inside
6 Hum
7 So Clear
8 Thumb Time
9 Building Minis
10 Intro
11 Roasted Pig
12 Bumpy Flight Home
13 Screwing Around
14 Barkley's Desire
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