Twilight: New Moon CD (2009)

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by jasmin on 4/18/2010

Im jasmin well im here because the movie of twilight move it the best of the year and the move i love this movie the first time i saw it was the best movie that i ever saw because the girl and the guy when he fall in love the young girl it really romantice well i love it the best movie i hope the make a new movie like this one but different.

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Good but lacks origniality

on 4/24/2012

This sound track is upbeat and captures the magic of the movie, it has a good assortment of types of songs and is a worthy purchase however, it does have similarities to many other artists out there and at times feels like your listening to a whole different CD but overall i would say go ahead a buy it its worth the price tag.

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Product Overview

Original soundtrack to the 2009 motion picture, the sequel to the enormously successful romantic teen vampire epic Twilight. Features tracks from Death Cab For Cutie, Thom Yorke, Anya Marina, The Killers, Muse, Bon Iver & St. Vincent, Sea Wolf, Editors and many others!


Label Atlantic/q Records
SKU 211983192
UPC 075678965692
UPC 14 00075678965692
Format CD
Release Date 10/16/2009
Author Soundtrack
Associated Artist/Work California Dreams
Associated Artist/Work Original Soundtrack
Technical Info
Engineer Chris Taylor; Ted Sablay; Jake Aron; Robert Root; Adrian Bushby; Mark Grey; Lasse Martin
Producer Chris Taylor; Chris Walla; Alexandra Patsavas; Justin Vernon; Lykke Li; Tom Smith; Dave Fridmann; Nigel Goodrich; Ian Davenport; Alex Brown Church; Ken Andrews; Paul Katz
CatalogID 519421
Lable Name Atlantic (Label)
Released 10/16/2009
Original Release 2009
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 57m : 33s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00075678965692
Album Notes and Credits
Personnel: Victoria Legend, Aimee Nash (vocals); Colin Greenwood (programming).
Audio Mixers: Ken Andrews; Mark "Spike" Stent; Michael Patterson ; Peter Lind Hayes; Lasse M?rt?n.
Audio Remixer: Adrian Bushby.
Recording information: Decibel studios, Stockholm, Sweden.
After Twilight became a world-wide hit, the film series based on Stephenie Meyer's series of vampire romance books got a major upgrade. More time, effort, and money were poured into the second film, New Moon, and nowhere is this clearer than the film's soundtrack. New Moon's music is darker, more sophisticated, and much more indie-friendly than its predecessor's soundtrack, and features more of the artists Meyer credits for inspiring her writing. One is Muse, whose "I Belong to You (New Moon Remix)" is so dramatic that it's easy to hear how the band inspired Meyer's angst-filled love triangle between the clumsy yet somehow irresistible Bella Swan, her vampire boyfriend Edward Cullen and her best friend (and werewolf) Jacob Black. Meyer also cites Radiohead as a big influence, and Thom Yorke's previously unreleased "Hearing Damage" is New Moon's main attraction. Drifting in on buzzing synth bass, the song builds to luminous, ghostly heights that make it one of the album's highlights. However, it's not the only one: Death Cab for Cutie's "Meet Me on the Equinox" is more brooding and rock-tinged than the band's usual approach, but it fits in beautifully with New Moon's sullen mood, while the close harmonies and piano on the Killers' "White Demon Love Song" inject some much-needed drama. Indeed, despite the fact that this soundtrack is more musically satisfying, and certainly more star-studded than the first film's, Twilight felt more like the world Meyer created in her books -- melodramatic, earnest, definitely not reeking of indie rock cool. Even if nothing here nails that vibe the way that Paramore's "Decode" did, Lykke Li's "Possibility" and Anya Marina's "Satellite Heart" still offer winsome indie folk backgrounds for Bella's moping. Despite a few upbeat moments that stick out like a thumb that isn't sore, songs like Grizzly Bear and Victoria Legrand's "Slow Life," Editors' "No Sound But the Wind," and Bon Iver and St. Vincent's lovely, truly odd "Roslyn" are morose enough for die-hard Twilight fans and stylish enough to please the most discerning music snobs. ~ Heather Phares
Disc 1
1 Meet Me On the Equinox - Death Cab For Cutie
2 Friends - Friends
3 Hearing Damage - Thom Yorke
4 Possibility - Lykke Li
5 White Demon Love Song, A - The Killers
6 Satellite Heart - Anya Marina
7 I Belong To You [New Moon Remix] - Muse (remix, featuring Matthew Bellamy/Dominic Howard)
8 Roslyn - St. Vincent/Bon Iver
9 Done All Wrong - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
10 Monsters - Hurricane Bells
11 Violet Hour, The - Sea Wolf
12 Shooting the Moon - OK Go
13 Slow Life - Grizzly Bear
14 No Sound But the Wind - Editors
15 New Moon (the Meadow) - Alexandre Desplat
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