The Girl on the Train | La chica del tren | Danny Elfman | 2016 | AAC

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The Girl on the Train | La chica del tren | Danny Elfman | 2016 | AAC
 Artist: Danny Elfman
Title: The Girl on the Train (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Sony Music
Genre: Soundtrack
Quality: AAC 256 Kbps
Total Time: 51:56 min
Total Size: 101 MB
1. Riding the Train
2. Something’s Not Right
3. Megan
4. Rachel
5. Stolen?
6. 3 Women
7. All F*cked Up!
8. Wasted
9. Missing Time
10. Day One
11. Deviled Eggs
12. Touch Myself
13. Uncertainty
14. Perfect Couple/ Password
15. I’m Sorry
16. Sad Liar
17. You’re Always Wasted
18. Memory
19. Really Creepy
20. Just Desserts / Self Defense
21. Resolution / The Girl On The Train – Main Titles
Best known for his work in collaboration with director Tim Burton, composer
Danny Elfman created one of the most distinctive bodies of work in
contemporary film music, bringing his talents to a dark fantasy world
populated by superheroes, monsters and freaks. The son of novelist
Blossom Elfman, he was born May 29, 1953 in Amarillo, Texas. Raised in
Los Angeles, he and brother Richard relocated to France in 1971, where
he joined a theatrical group. Elfman subsequently moved on to Africa,
returning to the U.S. only after battling a bout with malaria; he then
reunited with Richard, who had directed the 1980 film The Forbidden Zone and asked Danny to compose the score. Assembling a band dubbed the
Mystic Knights of Oingo Boingo, Elfman recorded the movie”s soundtrack.
Abbreviated to simply Oingo Boingo, the group remained a going concern
following the project”s completion, later earning a significant cult
following during the new wave era. In 1985 Elfman met fledgling
filmmaker Burton; after collaborating on the score to the hit Pee-Wee”s
Big Adventure, they reunited frequently in the years to come, with
Elfman composing the music to later Burton projects including
Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, Mars Attacks! and the Grammy-winning
Batman. In 1993, he also scored the Burton-produced Nightmare Before
Christmas, dubbing the vocals of the animated musical”s lead character
Jack Skellington. Outside of Tim Burton”s sphere of influence, Elfman
also scored a number of other features in the “80s and “90s, most of
them strange fables such as Darkman, Dick Tracy, Army of Darkness and
The Frighteners. His 1997 scores for the drama Good Will Hunting and
that summer”s biggest box office hit, Men in Black, garnered his first
Academy Award nominations. Among his television work was his
Emmy-nominated theme for The Simpsons and Emmy-winning theme for
Desperate Housewives. In addition to his marriage to actress Bridget
Fonda in 2003, the new century brought continued professional accolades, among them new Burton collaborations. Another Academy Award nomination
resulted from his work on Burton”s 2003 film Big Fish, and the two
partnered for other projects including but not limited to 2005″s The
Corpse Bride and 2010″s Alice in Wonderland. In the meantime, he
released a symphony on Sony Classical in 2006 titled Serenada
Schizophrana, and earned his fourth Academy Award nomination for Gus Van Sant”s Milk in 2009. His steady workload also included 2012″s Silver
Linings Playbook and the bio-pic Hitchcock, 2013″s American Hustle, and
2015″s genre-diverse Fifty Shades of Grey, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and
Goosebumps. The 2016 sequel Alice Through the Looking Glass marked
Elfman”s 17th Tim Burton feature. ~ Jason Ankeny & Marcy Donelson.
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