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i see Harry Gregson-Williams has done the soundtrack........he mostly does kinda light hearted stuff although he did Narnia ........From the sound bytes on the 23 site he's really bringing some atmosphere with his music.....does anybody else hear rats??......lmao
Amazon.com has the cover to the original soundtrack. Pre-ordered it here! Still no word on tracks yet.
More about Harry Gregson-Williams:
Harry Gregson-Williams is one of Hollywood’s most sought after composers, working on a variety of high-profile projects, both animated and live-action.
On the live-action side, he most recently composed the scores for Seraphim Falls, Déjà Vu, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, directed by Andrew Adamson (for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe and Grammy), Kingdom of Heaven, directed by Ridley Scott, Domino and Man on Fire, both directed by Tony Scott, and Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, starring Renée Zellweger. Gregson-Williams’ credits also include Veronica Guerin, Phone Booth, Spy Game, Enemy of the State, The Match, The Borrowers, The Replacement Killers, Deceiver, Smilla’s Sense of Snow, The Rundown, and Return to Sender.
Gregson-Williams also composed the music for the blockbuster film Shrek 2 and previously won an Annie Award for the score to the original Shrek. Other animated films include Team America: World Police, Chicken Run, Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas, and Antz.
Born in England to a musical family, Gregson-Williams earned a scholarship from the music school of St. John’s College in Cambridge at the age of seven. By age 13, he had been a soloist on over a dozen records, and then earned a coveted spot at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. He started his film career as an orchestrator and arranger for composer Stanley Myers, and went on to compose his first scores for the veteran English director, Nicolas Roeg.
Gregson-Williams’ initiation in to Hollywood film scoring was then facilitated by his collaboration and friendship with Oscar®-winning composer Hans Zimmer. This resulted in Gregson-Williams providing additional music for such films as The Rock, Broken Arrow, The Fan, Muppet Treasure Island, Armageddon, As Good as it Gets, and The Prince of Egypt.
Upcoming projects for Gregson-Williams include the highly anticipated Shrek the Third.
Win the soundtrack:
1. Opening Titles 3:51
2. Fingerling's Childhood 3:02
3. Suicide Blonde 7:31
4. Ned 2:56
5. 11:12 P.M. 3:58
6. Finishing the Book 9:03
7. Laura Tollins 3:17
8. Room 23 5:34
9. Atonement 4:55
Composed by Harry Gregson-Williams
I got the song 'Opening Titles' from iTunes, and... here's the story--
About as year ago I began to notice 23's everywhere too. Nothing to drive me insane, but the clock usually seemed to read 2:32, and the answer to problem 23 would be 2/3. I told my friend and when she first noticed that Dr. Pepper had 23 flavors, I said (like Jim on Letterman!) "Congratulations, you have joined the Enigma!". us and another friend decided to start a holiday on every 23rd day of the month, and just talk about the things we'd noticed over the month. This was a special day (obviously) and they already know about my Jim "Thing" (my friend didn't believe me when I told her that the sexy man with the hot tatoo in the picture was Jim Carrey!). I printed up a list of all of the 23 things (found mosst of them on Wikipedia) and put a bunch of The Number 23 pics. In the morning we listened to the opening titles (which was very creepy because it was DARK!). We might actually go and see the movie together, but we haven't decided on a day yet.
Not really a story about the soundtrack, but just thought I'd share it.
In case I don't see you.... good afternoon, good evening and goodnight!
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