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Lazarus Effect, The Soundtrack CD. Lazarus Effect, The Soundtrack

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Lazarus Effect, The lyrics

Soundtrack for Movie, 2015

A Nervous System

 

A Second Chance

 

Absolution

 

Amygdala

 

Causal Inference

 

Dimethyltryptamine

 

Experimental Design

 

Feedback Loops

 

Finally Out

Misha Segal 

Hippocampus

 

I Told You I Was Sick

 

Lazarus

 

Medulla's Medusa

 

Nanny Version

Dennis Alcapone 

Parasomnia

 

Peppermill Stomp

The Swing Orchestra 

Queen of the Night

from “The Magic Flute” 

Resurrection

 

Rising Fear Of Hatred

K.A. Talbot 

Sworn By Mayhem

K.A. Talbot 

This Cortical Substance

 

Twelve Cranial Nerves

 

You and Only You (Instrumental)

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December, 26th 2016

Lazarus Effect, The album description:

Qualitative horror story for those who like all kinds of revivals of human, and then watch how the people involved in these experiments deal with all this bad issues that are happening as a result of their reckless behavior.
Despite the grandiose name, the film is, in general, ordinary representative of its genre – a lot of make-up, some good computer graphics too. This is even of the average duration. But that, in no case, does not negate its high visual and narrative quality that the audience will definitely should appreciate.
Music for the film does not have many works – the most part was performed by the singer Sarah Schachner, which is not on this site – in her performance, this motion picture has 16 tracks (you can find them on YouTube, for example). Remaining compositions are presented with seven tracks, one of which is instrumental – You And Only You. Two fulfilled by the singer K. A. Talbot, whose music is completely absent in the Internet, and we do not what is the reason for that, at the moment – whether the fact that the film is very new and the music has not officially put in the Network yet, or because of, in principle, nobody cares about this singer.
Queen Of The Night is different in its voice – one of the most famous vocal songs in the whole world, on which opera singers are oriented. And music producers like it for the purity of the voice.
Peppermill Stomp is a nice jazz, and Nanny Version is the opposite composition by the genre, it is reggae. We do not say that the selection is full of splendor, but at least it is not disgusting, just as sometimes happens to collections with mixing of the different genres.
Some of the compositions were written specifically for the film (as already mentioned Sarah Schachner), and some were written as much as 45 years ago (Nanny Version), but still look like alive.
Reference: More info on IMDb, Wikipedia


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