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Breaking Glass
Soundtrack [IMPORT]
Breaking Glass
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Budget Reissue of the Soundtrack of the Film that Starred


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All Artists: Soundtrack [IMPORT]
Title: Breaking Glass
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Musicrama/Koch
Release Date: 7/31/1995
Album Type: Import, Soundtrack
Genre: Soundtracks
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 731455135626, 0731455135626, 738476828025


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Budget Reissue of the Soundtrack of the Film that Starred

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Worth the 14 year quest.
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I saw the movie back in 85, 87, or 87 (I can't remember now) on The USA network's Nightflight. Watching a movie at 2:00 a.m. after a "night out" makes it little more than a blurr in the back of my mind. But I never forgot the music and set out to find the album. Not an easy task back in late 1980's Boise, Idaho. My quest ended last year in the U District at Tower Records in Seattle when I stumbled upon the CD in the soundtrack section. Well worth the wait. Even though the analog to digital conversion leaves the sound a little flat, the CD is still worth having. I envy those with the LP who are able to listen to the music as it was intended. If you are a Punk Rock fan and you get a chance to own this album, take it."
A raw, powerful, materpiece of early 80's punk/new wave.
tcooper | USA | 03/01/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I saw the film on HBO in the early 80's and i never forgot the music. I finally got hold of the soundtrack on CD and it was everything I remember: a raw, powerful, materpiece of early 80's punk. I am so glad that there are many out there who agree. For punk/new wave fans a must have."
Powerful nihilism at its best
Stephen J. Voss | Pearland, TX USA | 09/04/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Reminiscent of Lene Lovich's powerful work, Hazel O'Connor absolutely blew me away the first time I heard this. I only knew this music from the soundtrack, a gift from a Dutch friend when it was first released. Then, to see the music attached to dangerous, disturbed images in the movie was almost too much for one sitting. Through it all, however, is O'Connor's voice, raging against the straighjacket placed around us by society, industry and our blind obedience to technology at any cost.The amazing thing is this jarring, strident album has real lyrics, real melody, harmony. It is music - in a genre when those values are often ignored or rejected."