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The Devil's Own (1997 Film)
James Horner
The Devil's Own (1997 Film)
Genre: Soundtracks
 
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All Artists: James Horner
Title: The Devil's Own (1997 Film)
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Label: Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)
Original Release Date: 3/26/1997
Re-Release Date: 4/1/1997
Album Type: Soundtrack
Genre: Soundtracks
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 016998120422

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Beautiful and Chilling all in one wonderful soundtrack
Michael J. Snider | Somerset, OH United States | 02/18/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Most of this soundtrack was beautiful wispy Ireland music that reminds me of lazy sunshine and long grass waving in the wind. Gorgeous music. Track number 3 is really very chilling to me...I can listen to it 5 times in a row and still be frightened by how eerie the woman's vocals sound. I love soundtracks that do that to you."
Any Cranberries fan needs this soundtrack.
Micah Shane Grimes | Thayer, MO United States | 08/26/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"The song God Be With You by Dolores O'Riordan of The Cranberries is just amazing. If you are a fan of The Cranberries (and Dolores in particular), then you must have this soundtrack for your collection."
A Formula That Works II
Ben Riddle | Cuyahoga Falls, OH USA | 11/20/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"When I discovered that "Devil's Own" and the soundtrack came out in 1997, it struck me that "Titanic" was relesed that same year. As with "Patriot Games", I am struck by the similarities of all of the Horner compositions I've reviewed. Track 6, "Launching the Boat" and Track 8, "The Pool Hall" hae the flavor of lively Irish dances, reminiscent of Gaelic Storm's work on "Titanic". But there are differences. Eric Rigler's Uillean bagpipes, which made an abundance of appearances on "Braveheart" and "Titanic", make only about two cameos here. Neither is the wood flute as dominant as it has been, although the upping of the tension level in "Rory's Arrest" harkens back to "Legends of the Fall", as once again we hear and see in our minds Brad Pitt demonstrating his flair for playing boisterous, impulsive young lads. But I'm not complaining, since I love the sounds of Scotland and the Emerald Isle, and you have to admit that Horner has accomplished a lot in the last ten years with this kind of sound."