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WALL•E (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)

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If Wall-E echoes elements of the ‘70s sci-fi cult classic Silent Running, director Andrew Stanton’s vision of humanity’s eco-challenged future and the tiny service droid who holds its key is leavened by a brighter, more wondrous spirit. Stanton wisely tapped his Finding Nemo collaborator Thomas Newman to score his expansive Pixar space adventure, and the composer responds with a score that skillfully interpolates his restless, inventive sense of timbre within his family’s rich Hollywood musical traditions. Book-ended by a pair of Michael Crawford-performed songs from Hello Dolly that are key to Stanton’s quirky vision and seasoned with Louis Armstrong’s vintage “La Vie en Rose” and Peter Gabriel’s muscular new “Down to Earth,” Newman’s texturally-rich score bobs and weaves from the orchestral to the synthetic with impressive grace. He even collaborates with Gabriel on the wondrous “Eve” theme and the humorous mock jingle for “BNL, ” before tracks like the tongue-in-cheeky Euro-pop of “First Date” and nervy exercises like “Foreign Contaminant,” “72 Degrees and Sunny,” and the moody “Directive A-113” showcase the true emotional range of Newman’s inquisitive muse.

Customer Reviews

Excellent, powerful soundtrack

The magic of the film is conveyed excellently on this album. The album is over an hour long there isn't a single weak moment throughout. This is well worth $9.00; I would have paid twice that amount. The music here represents a wide spectrum of emotions and unlike many soundtrack compilations, the numerous individual tracks on this record actually flow together into one marvelous cohesive whole. Overall, brilliant music for a brilliant film.


Wall-E was a stunning experience, carried by the depth of its dialogue-free artistry; not the least necessary of which was its sweeping soundtrack. Five flaring stars for this beautiful piece of work.


The songs are okay to listen to once, but more than that is too much for me. By the way, who would pay $0.99 for a 15 second song when you can buy almost a six minute song for the same price. I wouldn't waste my money buying this album. p.s. I still want to see the movie though

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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Soundtrack, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 2008

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