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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

17 Ratings

Brilliant!

ash gleckman,

The collaboration between Jed and Justin is simply astonishing. Well done!

Another Amazing work by Jed Kurzel

JYHASH,

I purchased this soundtrack without even having seen the film yet because I KNOW how good Jed Kurzel's work is (from his "Macbeth" OST).

AND I WAS NOT DISAPPOINTED.

This makes me want to see the film even more than I already did, and I can already fully imagine how great some of the scenes are that this music is the backing track to.

A good deal of the music is very similar to his track "Turn Hell Hound" from the Macbeth OST: Slap sticks, heavy Toms, a driving force of urgency, but also epic in its scope.

It hits the ground running on the first track, and just simply does not let up.

I love it, I'm impressed, and I can't wait to hear what Jed does next.

Only con about the OST is the final song. It is a hip hop song that most likely played during the credits, but I don't believe jives with the rest of the music. But since you can preview the song in iTunes, I'd say give it a listen before you get it.

Five stars. This OST is fantastic.

About Jed Kurzel

Hailing from the country town of Gawler, South Australia, Jed Kurzel is an Australian singer/songwriter, guitarist, and film composer, primarily known for being the founding member of garage rock duo the Mess Hall and for his vast array of film scores (particularly those for movies directed by his brother, Justin Kurzel). In the late '90s, Kurzel relocated to Sydney, going on to form the drum/guitar combo project the Mess Hall with drummer Cec Condon in 2001. Inspired by American Midwest blues-rock and the groove-based garage sound of modern rock acts such as the Black Keys, the White Stripes, and Death from Above 1979, the duo put out a number of acclaimed albums and EPs in the 2000s, particularly the hugely anticipated Notes from a Ceiling in 2005. Their third album, 2007's Devil's Elbow, went on to win the Australian Music Prize.

Kurzel made his foray into film composition when his brother requested his efforts to score his debut movie, the 2011 crime drama Snowtown. The film and its score were a success, and Jed was awarded the Feature Film Score of the Year award for his Snowtown score. Kurzel went on to compose the music for a number of other motion pictures throughout the 2010s, most notably the 2014 thriller Son of a Gun, 2014's horror smash hit The Babadook, and the 2015 independent Western drama Slow West. Subsequent years saw Kurzel work on more widely known blockbuster titles, such as his brother's 2015 screen adaptation of Macbeth, as well as being brought on by legendary director Ridley Scott to provide the score for the 2017 Prometheus sequel/Alien prequel, Alien: Covenant. ~ Rob Wacey

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