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Deep Blue Sea: Music From The Motion Picture
Genres: Pop, Rock, Soundtracks
Samuel L. Jackson is a businessman who invests a large chunk of cash into a cure for brain disease. The medical biologist in charge of the program (Saffron Burrows) finds a way to better harvest the necessary enzymes. Exce... more »
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Samuel L. Jackson is a businessman who invests a large chunk of cash into a cure for brain disease. The medical biologist in charge of the program (Saffron Burrows) finds a way to better harvest the necessary enzymes. Except it's done in sharks, and the side effect makes the sharks too smart for their own good. They soon break free of their controlled habitat and head for the open waters, where they endanger the lives of all they encounter. The soundtrack for this misadventure is solid hip hop led by L.L. Cool J, who contributes two cuts and wrote and produced Simone Starks' "Burn Baby Burn." Chantel Jones performs an update of Johnny Nash's "I Can See Clearly Now." Cormega featuring Carl Thomas's "Mega's on His Own" is an ominous highlight, incorporating the Temptations' "Papa Was a Rolling Stone" in its ambient sweep. Trevor Rabin sums things up with "Deep Blue Sea Montage," an orchestral score you might expect to hear when being chased by an angry shark. --Rob O'Connor
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(5 out of 5 stars)
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