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The Bourne Ultimatum (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Album Review

Composer John Powell elevates the tension he so dutifully created on 2004's Bourne Supremacy soundtrack for the third (and final?) chapter in the big screen adaptation of author Robert Ludlum's internationally lauded Jason Bourne series The Bourne Ultimatum. All of the deft melding of taut electronics and explosive orchestral release that made the previous installment the blueprint for the modern espionage score is utilized here, and while there is little in the way of any memorable new cues, the familiar staccato sounds that have accompanied Matt Damon's character throughout the series mimic the relentless pulse of the film and provides the listener with a much needed buoy amidst director Paul Greengrass' highly kinetic ocean of visual stimuli.

Customer Reviews

Eh

I just saw the movie last night, and it was great. The music worked absolutely perfectly in the movie (John Powell always does a good job at this). But standing alone, I wasn't that impressed with the soundtrack. The new version of "Extreme Ways" is just really good, though unfortunately you can't buy it unless you get the whole CD. So overall, John Powell does good work on this one, but as a stand alone soundtrack it is not all that impressive, and there are much better things to spend your money on.

Can't Buy Moby, Why?

Seriously, i understand the whole 10 minute long piece being album only. But moby? Why? For those of you thinking that you can "loophole" and get it from the moby page, its not the same version, its the older version. If you listen to the samples back to back the old one has a more scratched record feel, while the Bourne version is crisper. Completely confused why iTunes abritrarily puts certain songs on album only. If you dont want us to be able to use your service, why offer it?

Bourne is Back

If you liked the first two scores in this series then this one is a real treat. John Powell uses the same themes, but updates them a bit, while also making new ones. Out of the three scores this is the darkest. This score will have your attention from beginning to end. You even get an updated version of Moby's "Extreme Ways". This is a must by if you liked the other two scores in the series.

Biography

Born: September 18, 1964 in London, England

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

English composer John Powell honed his craft, along with contemporaries like Harry Gregson-Williams and Klaus Badelt, as a member of Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Productions. Powell has provided score for numerous films, including the three Matt Damon-starring Bourne films, X-Men: The Last Stand, and all of the How to Train...
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