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The Dead Don't Die: Original Score
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- Release Date 13 September 2019
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- Vinyl LP
- Sacred Bones
"The Dead Don’t Die is writer/director Jim Jarmusch’s unique, semi-comic take on the zombie apocalypse genre. As with his recent efforts Only Lovers Left Alive and Paterson, the film’s score was composed and performed by SQÜRL, the band Jarmusch and producer Carter Logan founded in 2009. Sacred Bones Records, the same label that released the band’s EP #260 in 2017, is releasing the ip edition of the score.
The score to the The Dead Don’t Die is a true expression of where SQÜRL stand at the centre of a decade of sonic exploration. It is the culmination of their pas- sion for analog synths, with guitar violence reverberating from the darker corners of Americana. It is at once a tribute to the classic sounds of horror and sci-fi, as well as a decapitation of traditional film scores. It is naturally supernatural.
From their arsenal of tools, Jarmusch and Logan pulled electric guitars and basses made by Rick Kelly and Cindy Hulej at Carmine Street Guitars, an acoustic reso- nator, Moog Minitaur and Theremini synthesizers, Fender Rhodes electric piano, an old Ludwig drum kit, cheap vintage Casio and Yamaha keyboards and new synths from Critter and Guitari — all sculpted through a collection of effects pedals, notably from Earthquaker Devices.
The inspiration for SQÜRL’s score for The Dead Don’t Die came from some of the most iconic soundtracks of the past half-century of genre cinema — Tan- gerine Dream’s Sorcerer, Bebe and Louis Barron’s Forbidden Planet, Ennio Mor- ricone’s The Thing and Once Upon a Time in the West, Goblin’s Dawn of the Dead, and all things John Carpenter. The singular Theremin work of Samuel J. Hoff- man on films like Spellbound and The Day the Earth Stood Still also made its way into Jarmusch and Logan’s consciousness. The result is a new horror soundtrack that stands shoulder to shoulder with the great works of its genre.
|1||Dialogue 1 (Adam Driver, Bill Murray, Chloë Sevigny) (0:17)|
|2||The Dead Just Don’t Wanna Die Today (5:01)|
|3||Dialogue 2 (Larry Fessenden) (0:32)|
|4||Replacement Sky (2:55)|
|5||Dialogue 3 (Chloë Sevigny, Adam Driver) (0:25)|
|6||This Is All Gonna End Badly (3:55)|
|7||Dialogue 4 (Selena Gomez, Rosie Perez, Austin Butler, Luka Sabbat) (0:30)|
|8||Malignant Wave of Doom (5:52)|
|9||Dialogue 5 (Caleb Landry Jones) (0:31)|
|10||Toxic Moon (4:33)|
|11||Dialogue 6 (Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray) (0:13)|
|12||Pulsating Elevator of Light (6:36)|
|13||Dialogue 7 (Chloë Sevigny, Bill Murray, Adam Driver) (0:27)|
|14||The Dead Don’t Die (4:20)|
|15||Dialogue 8 (Tom Waits) (0:36)|
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