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Детали релиза : Neil Young - Dead Man / Мертвец (1996) [FLAC (tracks + .cue)]

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Neil Young - Dead Man / Мертвец (1996) [FLAC (tracks + .cue)](кликните для просмотра полного изображения)
Neil Young - Dead Man / Мертвец (1996) [FLAC (tracks + .cue)](кликните для просмотра полного изображения)
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Artist: Neil Young
Album: Dead Man
Released: February 27, 1996
Genre: Rock
Style: Lo-Fi, Psychedelic Rock
Label: Vapor Records
Catalog#: 9362-46171-2
Country: USA
Duration: 01:02:24


01. Guitar Solo 1 (05:18)
02. The Round Stones Beneath The Earth... (03:32)
03. Guitar Solo 2 (02:03)
04. Why Does Thou Hide Thyself, Clouds... (02:24)
05. Organ Solo (01:33)
06. Do You Know How to Use This Weapon... (04:25)
07. Guitar Solo 3 (04:31)
08. Nobody's Story (06:36)
09. Guitar Solo 4 (04:22)
10. Stupid White Men... (08:46)
11. Guitar Solo 5 (14:41)
12. Time For You To Leave, William Blake... (00:51)
13. Guitar Solo 6 (03:22)
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Nobody (amazon.com)
As in the movie, the tracks on this soundtrack start clean and gradually turn into a grungeful and distorted piece of the same thing. And it sounds great! No other musician could pull off what Neil Young did here. This music reflects upon the premise of the movie: William Blake starts out in Cleveland in a suit and tie and slowly ends up an injured and wanted man, strugglisg to survive long enough to "Go back to where all spirits come from, and all spirits return" as put by Nobody.

This album is also a bit different from the movie, it has added sounds throughout. Maybe the sound of a vehicle driving along and stopping, with doors opening and shutting along the way, possibly to symbolize his journey? Or to add a bit of interesting background noise to give it more of a grunge feel? I'm still trying to figure it out...

And there is a lot of dialogue added to the soundtrack, most from the movie, and also some of William Blake's poetry read by Johnny Depp. If you listen closely, you can notice that some of the dialogue has been changed: "I've got some food here that even Nero couldn't command." "I've got some food here that even Goldilocks couldn't command." Which version came first would be interesting to know...

So overall it's one of the best soundtracks I've ever bought, if you're a fan of the movie it's a must have, and if you're not a fan of the movie...why are you reading this review?
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