Soundtrack details for HANNA released; hits March 15 through iTunes
Ladies and gents, we live in a golden age of movie scores.
With names like Trent Reznor, Daft Punk, and Basement Jaxx all working on films for their respective scores, no single score may be more anticipated from the first part of this year than the one made by the duo known as The Chemical Brothers.
The famous dance duo have been hard at work on scoring the upcoming Joe Wright film, HANNA, and thanks to The Playlist and the film’s own website, we have quite a few details about the upcoming score.
First, The Playlist has the track listing for the score. Hitting shelves on April 8, the score will also be released through iTunes on March 15. Here’s the listing:
1) Hanna’s theme
2) escape 700
3) chalice 1
4) the devil is in the details
5) map sounds / chalice 2
6) the forest
7) quayside synthesis
9) Marissa flashback
10) bahnhof rumble
11) the devil is in the beats
12) car chase (arp worship)
13) interrogation / lonesome subway / Grimm’s house
14) Hanna vs Marissa
15) sun collapse
16) special ops
17) escape wavefold
18) isolated howl
19) container park
20) Hanna’s theme (vocal version)
Now, for those looking to get a quick taste of the film’s score, Focus Features has a track entitled “Container Park” available to stream online. It is the full version of the song that finished off the film’s latest trailer, and is one hell of a track.
HANNA stars Saoirse Ronan, Eric Bana, and Cate Blanchett, and follows a young assassin who after her father is taken away from her, meets a family who attempts to help the girl flow into a much more normal life.
What do you think?
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