29 Songs, 1 Hour, 12 Minutes

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Customer Reviews

A-MA-ZING

Noakesk

This series is so addicting like I could spend hours watching episode after episode. I think this is one of the best series' I've watched in a long time.

Dark genius from Mac Quayle

Edstertainment

The soundtrack of Mr. Robot is essential in establishing the dark and cynical outlook and mental instability of it's protagonist, Elliot, and to that end it is an inspired electronic score accompanied occasionally by piano. This volume contains the tracks from the first five episodes of the first series, including the main theme. (In an overture at the end of track 2 "oneincontrol", and the entirety of track 8 "whatsyourask") Other tracks that stood out to me included "leavem3here", (appears at the end of a somewhat tense DDOS attack sequence in the pilot) "oneor0", (A very simple and calm melody that progressively builds into tense aggression) "illusionofchoice" (Trancelike, Downbeat and disillusioned) and "billharper". (Simple, slow but savage) My favourite though would have to be "da3m0nsneverstop", which funnily enough is one of the few tracks to use piano. It's not a particularly uplifting sountrack, but it's definitely inspiring. Definitely only buy though if you are a fan of the show and have watched at least the first 4/5 episodes, especially as there is a great booklet included with a few gags you'll only get having watched it, as well as some brief words from Mac Quayle himself on his own inspiration and approach to creating the score, including his empathy for Elliot which is quite insightful. Really enjoyed it, now to try Volume 2 ahead of the UK TV airing of the finale.

About Mac Quayle

An Emmy-winning and Grammy Award-nominated film and television composer, Mac Quayle has also found success as a producer, remixer, and keyboardist, earning gold and platinum records via production and writing work with a diverse array of artists including Madonna, Whitney Houston, Depeche Mode, Britney Spears, Elvis Presley, Annie Lennox, New Order, Beyoncé, Mariah Carey, and Sting. Based out of Los Angeles, California, Quayle has earned accolades for his soundtracks for a host of Ryan Murphy projects, including the American Horror Story anthology, Feud: Bette and Joan, and The People v. O.J. Simpson. He took home an Emmy Award for his score for the USA Network's hit suspense-thriller Mr. Robot. ~ James Christopher Monger

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