20 Songs, 55 Minutes

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0:47
2:30
3:16
3:31
2:19
1:16
3:49
1:22
1:23
1:51
1:17
3:12
1:26
0:47
6:03
8:06
6:00
2:10
1:33
2:24

Ratings and Reviews

Awesome!!

Sinatra Kennedy

One of the best composers in the industry always spot on!

About Rob

Singer, songwriter, producer, and film and television composer Robin Coudert is better known to French indie pop and soundtrack fans alike as simply Rob. A versatile songwriter and arranger whose songs traverse sophisticated chamber pop, symphonic rock, atmospheric electropop, and acoustic singer/songwriter fare, he released his solo debut in 2001. Since his first short film in 2005, his diverse scoring work has included French crime films, American horror (2017's Amityville: The Awakening), and a TV series set in ancient Greece (2018's Troy: Fall of a City).

Born in Caen, Normandy in 1978, Coudert began playing the piano as a child and went on to study at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. His ambitious, '60s pop-indebted debut album, Don't Kill, was released by Parlophone in April 2001. Rob followed it a year-and-a-half later with Satyred Love. Working mostly as a producer for the next several years, he made his soundtrack debut on the short film Pink Cowboy Boots in 2005. He also released a series of instrumental pop EPs in 2009 and 2010 titled Dodécalogue, Vols. 1-6.

In 2010, Coudert composed music for documentaries and made his feature scoring debut with Belle Épine (Dear Prudence). A steady stream of film work followed, including the thriller Maniac (2012), the romance Grand Central (2013), and the fantasy-horror film Horns (2014). In 2015, he signed on as main composer for the espionage series Le Bureau des Légendes, and in 2017, he provided scores for the French science-fiction fantasy Seuls (Alone) and the American horror film Amityville: The Awakening (aka Amityville 9). Among ongoing film and television assignments, he composed music for the 2018 television series Troy: Fall of a City, which received a soundtrack release by Sony Classical that March. ~ Marcy Donelson

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