Label: Columbia - none • Format: 2x, CD Album, Promo Watermarked • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Stage & Screen • Style: Dark Ambient, Soundtrack
The album was released on September 30,through Columbia Records. Reznor revealed that the tonal inspiration for Gone Girl came from an unsettling experience of Fincher at the chiropractor's place and the music heard was "inauthentically trying to make him feel alright", and thus, had become a metaphor for the film score. The soundtrack's music mixes soothing sounds with staccato electronic noises. According to them, the track "Sugar Storm" from the soundtrack exemplifies a sound that begins with soothing, New-age music massage therapy music, the composers gradually introduce strange staccato noises that recall an old dial-up modem.
In the same interview to USA Today Reznor stated, "I love the sounds in David Lynch movies, the kind that make you lean forward in your seat and tense up,".
The staccato noise introduction was justified by him stating that if placing background of a song a choir of screams that creep slowly into one's head, he could create a feeling. Further, Reznor and Ross used traditional instruments like guitars and keyboard as well as handmade gear. They created a device that when tapped made a stuttering beat sounds. He added that when he and Ross were thinking about usages in compositions, it all began from hints given by the director Fincher.
They used customized instruments like "homemade boxes that had small mics fit in it". Thus, the foreground created was a kind of unease justified when there were moments of tension in the film. So instead of it naturally building, they compared the loop sounds to foot's dragging or something being stuck. Trent Reznor on working with the live orchestras for first time for the score.
In Aprila website titled "amazingamy. In Julythe website "gonegirlmovie. A trailer was released on July 7, which featured both the website based music and new music. On 20 September"gonegirl. The soundtrack has been met with critical acclaim by critics, with an average rating Careful (Cant Fall Again) - Cherry Twister - At Home With Cherry Twister 84 out of based on five reviews on Metacritic.
It is the polar opposite of the score that Thomas Newman wrote for The Judgeall clingy and needy and cloying and over-emphatic about any possible feeling the audience might be expected to have for themselves.
Ross and Reznor had written something that feels designed to make you uncomfortable. It is a hair shirt of a score, Something Disposable - Trent Reznor And Atticus Ross - Gone Girl (Soundtrack From The Motion Picture and strange and almost offensive on some level, and I love it. ClubIgnatiy Vishnevetsky called the score framed on lines Mark Isham -esque.
However, he called it 'silky'"  Writing for Oregon LiveJeff Baker felt, "Composers Atticus and Reznor -- for three movies in a row and they've got it down. Much less enthusiastic was Jonathan Broxton of Movie Music UK, member of the International Film Music Critics Associationwho wrote of the score: "The lack of any emotional development beyond the general mood of uneasiness makes the film a one-note auditory bore.
The music stops us from feeling any of the nuance or subtlety the acting or writing may have otherwise provided, because it never alters its disposition. I read reviews from professional critics in well-respected music magazines, and they all laud him as though he is the individual savior of the art, someone who is finally writing the sort of edgy, avant-garde film music we have all needed all these years, but were too stupid to realize. As an album of ambient electronica [Gone Girl] may be appealing to those who have an affinity for that sort of music.
All tracks are written by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. In the case of Gone Girlit felt organic-y to start. As we started working on it, it felt like it could use the idea of orchestra, Something Disposable - Trent Reznor And Atticus Ross - Gone Girl (Soundtrack From The Motion Picture we ended up using an orchestra for bits of it to layer in with what we've done, which was an interesting process.
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