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Some glorious moments

This soundtrack's architecture borders on the symphonic suite genre. Credits must go to Badelt for doing an excellent work at researching and capturing the Russian tonality of the movie. It is a more human score than previous genres and is very appropriate for the movie. This is not about a sub or nukes or the cold war, this movie is about men of honor who did their duty for the other side with great devotion, Badelt has done very well indeed at capturing this very important aspect of the movie and has translated it into a grandiose theme. Some of Badelt/Zimmer previous score were obviously used to temptrack the movie initially, especially gladiator, and the lack of originality of some of the action pieces is therefore the only weakness of this otherwise very strong work.


Some of the most moving and inspiring music I have ever heard. The movie is just as inspiring. I'm usually not an advocate of Communists, but these Commies really were heroes.

One of the best musical soundtracks to come out in the past 10 years.

I have no heard an awesome soundtrack such as this for a long time.


Born: June 12, 1967

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '00s

A German born film score composer and producer, Klaus Badelt was born in Frankfurt in 1968. His first works were for films and commercials in his home country, but soon Badelt found his star rising, and was contributing to some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters of the early 21st century. The first of his works to get a high amount of notice and praise was his score for the 2002 Dreamworks movie, The Time Machine. From there he would go on to -- either on his own, or in a collaborative...
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