Charli XCX, feat. Simon Bon
Stromae, feat. Lorde, Pusha T, Q-Tip & HAIM
Bat for Lashes
James Newton Howard
The Chemical Brothers, feat. Miguel
January, 24th 2017
Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 album description:Great fiction thriller in which the main role is played by a girl with a childish round face. She's incredibly cool as an arrow-shooter and her bow and arrow performs wonders in striking the aim. This first part from two that continue sensational first film of 2012. In the second, the next part, we are waiting for a spectacular denouement. This part as if frozen in the middle of all the story.
The main mood of the entire collection is given with songs of the pop genre. For example, Dead Air and Yellow Flicker Beat. Other genres are represented only with the melody This Is Not a Game, which is made in the genre of electro techno with incorporations of other directions.
The absolute and the only hit is a song The Hanging Tree, which is written by James Newton Howard and executed by Jennifer Lawrence – film’s actress. The most powerful theme of music genres a-capella + pop + classic, with increasing sounds, which are slightly, step by step, absorbing voice. It seemed to be immersed in the music. And then, closer to an end, comes a chorus of voices, which is fully incorporated with the voice of the singer, absorbing it. And everything ends with an incredibly beautiful violins and wind instruments, together with the choir of alto voices. Amazing composition of rare beauty. And is it really worth it to possess a whole paragraph in the review of the entire collection. Because the beauty and strength of the entire collection is round a halfway close to this one song.
A total of 14 compositions’ soundtrack, two of them are instrumental. The remaining 12 create decadent mood (besides of just described The Hanging Tree). If you listen to a collection of more than 1 time, you might want to shoot yourself. Or immensely become sad and get a little unsober. Reference: 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1' - Find more on IMDb, Wikipedia