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Like the movie? Love the soundtrack!

Ethereal, haunting, moving scores that mesh seamlessly with the movie's futuristic themes and ideas. Free Assocaition at its best!

Perfectly beautiful background music.

Futuristic, yet soft and subdued instrumentals. If only there was more Free Association work out there...

More Good Stuff from David Holmes

Free Association is a project of David Holmes, so if you like the downtempo, cinemantic electronica, on this album, check out his other albums. Some of my favorite tracks in this vein are Hey Maggy, Gone (K&D Mix), The Ballad of Sarah and Jack, and several of the tracks on the Ocean's Thirteen soundtrack.


Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '00s

Originally conceived by DJ/producer David Holmes (b. 14 February 1969, Belfast, Northern Ireland) as a means of performing his own studio creations live, the Free Association rapidly mutated into a recording entity in their own right. The group first surfaced as a predominantly instrumental collaboration between Holmes and programmer Steve Hilton on the former’s 2002 mix album, Come Get It I Got It. The Free Association’s early atmospheric idents appeared alongside the DJ’s mix of 60s and 70s funk...
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Code 46, The Free Association
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Soundtrack, Music
  • Released: Sep 17, 2007

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