Prince Avalanche: An Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Explosions In the Sky & David Wingo
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It's pretty decent.
It's hard to separate this album as a soundtrack and not compare it to their other work. It's pretty decent, but it's lacking those huge guitar/drum choruses you want to hear so badly from Explosions. Overall, good album, but it feels like its missing that thing that makes Explosions In The Sky so good.
This music makes me feel like the atoms in my skin cells are dancing with each other.
It's a score
EITS is a band that, when releasing a new album, most people will inherently want more of the same - and admittedly i did as well. But what's great about this album is it shows that Explosions are a band that can collaborate with another artist (Wingo) and create a score that feels unique but also familiar. My only complaint is that there isn't enough of it. But i'm a big fan.
Formed: 1999 in Austin, TX
Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s