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Get ready for a techno-ride, 5 stars for fans of electronica, 4 stars for everyone elseI vividly remember when I first saw the original movie TRON back in 1982 Tron (20th Anniversary Collector's Edition). I was in college and I saw it on a whim in an afternoon matinee. I was completely amazed and hooked. I went back and saw it again that evening, and again the following day, maybe even twice (this was back in the days before everyone had video players). I have since watched the original 1982 TRON many, many times. Then when the trailers and promos for TRON:LEGACY hit the screens, I started salivating.Today I saw the TRON:LEGACY soundtrack MP3 version on sale for $3.99, so I pounced on it. I've been listening to it on and off all day and I have to say that two things have struck me. First of all, it is heavy electronica, but not overbearing. That is appropriate given the nature of the film it supports. Secondly, it is engaging but not overpowering music, though in a few tracks here and there the music really drives!You need to know up front that many of the tracks are quite similar to each other, but that also makes sense since this music provides the background for a world inside the web, where electronics are everything. And, the music provides a consistency of place and environment that I look forward to experiencing in the movie.I have been a fan of electronica-focused music since I started listening to the Alan Parsons Project (APP) in the late 1970s (I am still a fan and APP music appears regularly on my playlists). If you like APP and the original movie TRON, I think I can say with a pretty high degree of confidence that you will like this soundtrack. Now, with that said, you are not likely to hear any of these instrumental tracks anyplace other than during the movie or on this album. There are no chart-climbers here. Even so, I am extremely glad that I purchased this album. It is enjoyable, listenable, and makes me look forward to the theatrical release of TRON:LEGACY even more.5 stars for fans of electronica (e.g, APP) and TRON4 stars for most everyone elseBTW - my teenaged sons and I plan to watch Tron (20th Anniversary Collector's Edition) immediately before we head to the theater to see TRON:LEGACY later this month. I'm counting the days!5Unique new sound but could use more instruments / textureI had never listened to Daft Punk before seeing the movie, but maybe it didn't matter since other reviews say this is not their typical sound. It's scary and abrasive matching Sam's entry into the grid, where he doesn't have time to take a breath before harsh realities overtake him. That matches other soundtracks I've liked -- Constantine, darker tracks from Sorcerer's Apprentice, Dune. Also industrial music which I liked for a darker season of my life.The tracks are a little different but all similar texture, so it's good background music when I'm working -- not distracting.The Tron movie sequel was so good that it spawned a cartoon series (Tron: Uprising), similar to Clone Wars (based on Star Wars). Part of that was the story but a very big part was this music.I did miss the range of music that was in the first film, why I only gave four stars. Toto's Dune all had the same lonely or angry feel but with more range -- of course they had all the different instruments of an orchestra to draw from vs. electronic. Throwing in a Wendy Carlos track would not have done it. Sorcerer's Apprentice tried to do that with one track that echoed Fantasia and it didn't really fit.If you were riveted by the sound in the film it's worth buying. Unlike some soundtracks I've bought and only liked two or three tracks (Ghostbusters, Flashdance, Miami Vice, The Matrix) all of these are good.4Tron: ReloadedBeing a fan of both Wendy Carlos and Daft Punk, I was torn--should I wish for the old, or embrace the new?I'm pleased with this score: its sound may not carry the most recognizable musical themes I remember from the original, but the tone of Daft Punk's score is well matched to the world of Tron just the same. Consider it more faithful to the *spirit* of Carlos' original score and you'll be happy. There are sweeping synth passages that pulse and build in intensity ("Recognizer"), digital coughs and blips lifted straight out of an '80s arcade, and all of it is arranged in a way that clearly belongs in the film. Strings blend excellently into the mix, such as the tracks "Outlands" and "Flynn Lives".Sometimes a soundtrack--particularly one by a mainstream artist--can be more about promoting the artist than it is about the movie (for example, the "Spawn" soundtrack was more about making two bands collaborate for each song and pulling music from multiple genres). Daft Punk are very focused on the task at hand: they create a sonic soundscape that reminds me why Vangelis' "Chariots of Fire" took the mainstream by storm--"The Grid", "Arena" and "Rinzler" are very similar. The music to Tron: Legacy sounds just retro enough to hearken back to 1980 while just appealing enough to not sound stale today.If you're looking for a good sampling of what's here, listen to the passage from "Nocture" to "End of Line" to "Derezzed" to "Fall". If you want one of the few moments the score sounds most like Daft Punk, that would be "Solar Sailor". And if you are considering the digital download, yes you do get the booklet. It doesn't show as available in the track listing but when you download you will receive a digital copy of the booklet in PDF form.NOTE: the downloadable MP3 album from Amazon contains one bonus track. However, reviewers are stating that the downloadable version(s) available from other Amazon stores (such as in the UK at Amazon.co.uk) offer a larger "2 disc" version of the album. A completist might want to mull over the difference and download that version instead. I'm not sure how the exchange rate factors into such a purchase, so if you're not from the UK, keep that in mind.5More for collectors of Tron fans. Not for listening.Very cheap pressing. Sound quality is not good. Seems that they just wanted fast cash from the vinyl people and slapped this together.The sleeves and artwork are high quality though!2Perspective of an Industrial Music FanThere are plenty of reviews for this soundtrack, so I will briefly offer the opinions of a Sci-Fi / Industrial & Classical music fan, with the recommendation that you also read some of the other excellent reviews. Given that TRON: Legacy is about life literally inside the electronic world, how appropriate is it that Amazon offered a digital copy of the CD liner notes with the mp3 album? Normally I like to buy hard copies to get the liner notes of pieces of work that I find myself wanting to listen to in their entirety. Based on the samples (which are excellent) offered here, I knew I liked enough of the tracks that I wanted the entire album. The bonus of getting the CD liner notes in a digital format made my decision easy.After downloading the album, there were a number of tracks that immediately appealed to me. While I am a fan of industrial music (and classical music as well ... I know, it seems like an odd fit, but it is actually pretty common amongst musicians), I was never into Daft Punk's lighter weight electronic music. They did an amazing job with the Tron: Legacy soundtrack!I've listed a number of tracks I recommend you sample (the samples are representative of what I like about the tracks). I've also expanded upon what I like about a few of these.Recommended Tracks:* Recognizer* Rinzler* The Game Has Changed* Overture* The Grid* Outlands* End of Line* Arena* DerezzedThe opening track, overture, has an Aaron Copland feel to it (specifically his Copland: Appalachian Spring; Rodeo; Fanfare for the Common Man). To put this into words, I've always felt that Copland's modern era classic music beautifully invokes an optimistic sense of space and exploration that is easily associated with North America's wide expanses. What an excellent way to begin the soundtrack.As a fan of industrial music, the concept of using spoken word to begin a song or even throughout is common place. Many artists do this early in their album in order to literally focus the audience and further define the scope of the rest of the album. With that in mind, I liked Jeff Bridge's spoken introduction in the Grid.The track Rinzler appealed to the "rivet head" (industrial music fan) in me. Though short, it is the perfect loud, fast paced, beat driven character theme and introduction. In less than two minutes it starts off slow and uncertain, but quickly picks up pace to provide an aural definition to Rinzler's intensity and devotion. Without even seeing the film, a listener knows that Rinzler is pivotal to the story. This track continues with the next track, the Game Has Changed, in which the protagonist of the story / soundtrack (Sam) is pitted against the antagonist Rinzler. With the conflict now established, the story and soundtrack can really begin. If you liked these two tracks, I encourage you to listen to some of Bear McCreary's reimaged Battlestar Galactica: Season 3 soundtracks.Finally, while programmers and fans of the original Tron film should be pleased by the track "End of Line" based on its namesake alone, the track itself also hails back to the style and tempo of the original film. If you liked this track, you might enjoy music from electronic-industrial artists such as Monstrum Sepsis (Movement) or Gridlock (Formless).Conclusion:The samples do an excellent job of characterizing the tracks. The soundtrack itself stands alone without having seen the movie (yet). It tells a story (something any good album should do) using a variety of tempos and character based themes. And finally, the digital download was quick and included the complete liner notes (which are naturally visually attractive).5WARNING: NOT THE COMPLETE SCORE!The U.S. release of this CD is missing a total of 9 tracks. That's over 25 minutes of missing music. There is a much better limited 2-CD release available from Amazon.uk and Amazon.ca that includes 5 bonus tracks not available here in the States:Encom Part 1 (3:53)Encom Part 2 (2:18)Round One (1:41)Castor (2:19)Reflections (2:42)Additionally there are 2 bonus tracks available exclusively only from iTunes:Father and Son (3:12)Outlands Part II (2:53)Also...Sea of Simulation (2:41) is available to download in lossy mp3 format exclusively from Amazon.Sunrise Prelude (2:51) is available exclusively to download from Nokia Ovi.Unfortunately, if you want the complete soundtrack (legally) you have to import the more expensive 2-CD album and the only way to get the other four missing bonus tracks is to purchase them from iTunes AND get the 8th track from Amazon and 9th track from Nokia so keep in mind that you are NOT getting all of the really great memorable music from the film on the single disc 22 track domestic album. It also does not include the two retro 80's songs "Separate Ways (World's Apart)" by Journey and the Eurythmic's "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)" that were both featured in Flynn's Arcade.As for the score itself, it's absolutely mind-blowing. Daft Punk have created a sonic masterpiece worthy of the legacy of Tron. Their brilliant layering of ambient electronica with orchestral symphonics is every bit as avant garde in creating atmospheric digital soundscapes as Wendy Carlos' score was for the original Tron. I only wish that they had incorporated some more of Wendy's memorable themes. You can kind of hear a few familiar notes that recalls Tron's theme in "Adagio For Tron" but that's pretty much the only hat tip to Wendy's vintage score. Like the film itself, Daft Punk have taken the music of Tron to a whole new aesthetic level by incorporating their unique style of techno synthpop along with their influences of electronic film composers like Vangelis on "Arrival" to the ominous Carpenter-esque "C.L.U." and synthesizing them with traditional orchestral composers like Bernard Hermann and Max Steiner.Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homen-Christo demonstrate they have the musical talents to command the accompaniment of a full symphony orchestra and can score unforgettable music for blockbuster films. When I heard Daft Punk were scoring the film, I admit I initially had my doubts that they could pull it off but they have and by far their score for Tron Legacy is one of the best and most inspirationally thrilling movie soundtracks of the modern age and deserves a complete 2-disc release and not scattered all over the Grid.End of Line4Excellent music, good meldThe music to this is stunning to me. I really enjoyed the way daft punk took their time two years and it shows. The music is a very excellent mix of classical and techno. There was a lot of action, danger, meditation, thoughtfullnes and even some good emotions with the adigo track. I enjoyed the solar sailor track very much, very 'traveling' in many ways. The action and danger in the early scenes was well imparted in the music and Disc Wars, you can tell some serious butt kicking going on. What I enjoyed most about this is that the way the two genres of music came together so very well and so thoughtfully. I was a bit peved that is is only a partial realease but sufficeint to get a very good idea of the music in the movie. Frontier was a very good track, I mean you can almost picute moving and movement in a dramatic way. If you love classical music, this is something to consider, if you like techno they have that even a chill dance trac from the 'club' the characters visited, this is something to consider. So overall I enjoyed the trac, it was short on plenty of them but then again you don't always need long tracs. if you want a unique experience in soundtracks this is something I would consider seriously as a download and the digital booklet with it offers some intersting insights that really add to the overall experience of this work. I didn't even know these guys existed till this soundtrack and I think it is a superb intro to them. From this, I plan on investiagating more of their work. GOod job guys.4Hands down not only one of the best soundtracks every producedHands down not only one of the best soundtracks every produced, this is one of the best albums. Listening to it on vinyl takes it to a new level and Amazon delivers once again at the best price and in perfect shape. Put this album on, lay on the floor, close your eyes, and prepare to be transported into the grid!5Great for background when working & foreground at other timesIt's cool. What I'd hoped it'd be too, since some soundtracks are just not what you expected. This sounds good, clean and vibrant. Pretty good to play in Winamp with the visualizations on too. Anyway, if you liked the movie & it's audio theming, I think you'll enjoy it. ... flat review would be.. Pleased with purchase. Would purchase again. ;-)5looks and feels just like the limited edition first run I haveSounds, looks and feels just like the limited edition first run I have, which I stupidly paid over $200 for on eBay. Oh well, now I will keep the limited edition one kept away and listen to this one. Can't enough of Daft Punk and there score for Tron.5
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