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  • CD (16 octobre 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Bande originale, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005QK23
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
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Déjà, en regardant le film, c'était une chose qui m'avait marquée. Mais là, quand on écoute la BO seul, sans les images, on la ressent encore plus : une musique terrible et prenante. On pourrait presque revivre le malheur des filles de Whitechapel en l'écoutant. Un must.
Et en plus, si vous pratiquez du jdr ou des soirées enquêtes, comme musique d'ambiance pour un thème d'horreur victorien, c'est très bon.
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Encore une ost qui m'était inconnue alors que j'ai regardé le film.
Encore une ost conseillée par l'auteur du 5ème règne et quelle surprise, c'est magique.
Bon après, il faut aimer le genre mais pour les adeptes : aucune hésitation.
Même le premier de morceau de Marilyn Manson, qui détonne par rapport au reste, me plait (alors qu'auditeur appréciant mais mesuré en matière de métal indus...).
Je recommande.
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un des meilleurs score de trevor jones , avec de sublime chants de cheur de femmes pour le titre in memeriam, un score bien meilleur que le film,donc un titre composer par la star du rock marilyn manson pour the nobodies,score orchestrer par trevor jones,avec les orchestre de academy sct martins in the field et pour les percussions le ray mann chinese orchestra, une musique pleine d'angoisese et de peur
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HASH(0x9860ab7c) étoiles sur 5 A beautiful score...Perfect! 24 juillet 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The horror/suspense genre has continually turned out some of the best film scores ever (think THE OMEN, ALIEN, INTERVIEW with the VAMPIRE, PSYCHO, JACOB'S LADDER, HELLRAISER II, etc.) yet its composers' work (Hermann, Goldenthal, Jarre, Young) goes largely overlooked and underappreciated. One of the masters of the genre (Howard Shore of David Cronenberg fame) got his due this past year (rightfully so) w/ his masterful score for LORD OF THE RINGS. However, 2001 also saw another masterful score from Trevor Jones, a man who hits a career high with his take on themes such as love, death, disease, desire, addiction, remorse, melancholy, and rememberence. To be sure, this is a "dark" score, as "high gothic" as any Requiem or cathedral in France. The score here expands past the limits of the film's narrative (that of Jack the Ripper) and soars into a larger territory, probing ultimately the dark & foggy territory of the lusciously unknown. Of course, we could do w/o the Manson song at the beginning (there to make some extra money for the studio no doubt) but the start of the score (track 2) more than makes up for this mistake, offering the listener a suite of sorts encompassing most of the themes and motifs to be elaborated on over the course of the entire score. Not only is this track worth the price of this cd but it also showcases why Trevor Jones now joins the ranks of the contemporary masters.
(Also give a listen to Han Zimmer's score for HANNIBAL if you like this one.)
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HASH(0x988d58d0) étoiles sur 5 Trevor Jones' solid soundtrack for "From Hell" 28 mai 2004
Par Lawrance Bernabo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Trevor Jones provides a solid if not spectacular soundtrack for "From Hell," which is actually a good thing. I have seen too many horror films where the chills are supposed to come from the loud and omnipresent musical score instead of the action on screen. The Hughes Brothers had the story of Jack the Ripper to work with and while they actually did not get as explicit as the historical record allowed them with regards to the Ripper's victims, there is enough that the music is required to add to the scenes and not carry them.
Obvious Jones is trying to come up with a gothic score with Victorian overtones (or visa versa; either way, both elements are equally strong). Because it is a horror film the use of strings is important, but Jones does this without falling into the "Psycho" psychotic slashing mode, which explains why the Academy of St. Martins in the Field was the orchestra of choice. They are going to give Jones the period feel that he wants for this score. There are even some Chinese touches, reflecting the opium den frequented once too often by the film's hero. Yes, opening the album with the "Wormwood Mix" of Marilyn Manson's single "The Nobodies" is a marketing ploy, but then it is the rare soundtrack that does not have some recognizable voice pop up in the closing credits and starting singing a song. But even with that track leading off the album there is still over an hour's worth of music from Trevor's score (most of the tracks are 5-8 minutes in length).
"In Memoriam" establishes the main theme of the film through a nice mixture of strings and choir that belies for the moment the horrors ahead. Only "Portrait of a Prince" and "Pennies for the Ferryman" allow moments of beauty and light comes back into the score. Most of the tracks focus, such as "Sprig of Red Grapes" and "Death Coach," on the horrors of the Ripper and his murders. Throughout Jones develops the requisite sense of unease and tension through the use of cellos and basses. The soundtrack ends with "Bow Belle (Absinthium)," written by Trevor Jones and Victoria Seale, performed by Amanda Floyd and Heather Cairncroft, and done so that it sounds like you are listening to it over a old fashioned gramaphone, which makes for an interesting bookend to the opening Manson track. "From Hell" does not qualify as a classic horror film score, but Jones still provides something worth listening to on its own.
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HASH(0x98a8b558) étoiles sur 5 A unique suspense-filled score. 29 janvier 2002
Par derek glidewell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"From Hell" is a magnificent score, you not only get a dark and suspenseful score that we've come to expect from a horror film, but you also get a calm and relaxing score too. "From Hell" starts out with a good track by Marilyn Manson, entitled "The Nobodies", and then starts the score with "In Memorian", which is quite peaceful for the most part. The whole score is outstanding, but I think "The compass and the ruler" is a memorable track because the first 20 seconds sound like it's playing from an old phonograph. My favorite track is "Bow Belle (Absinthium)", I really enjoy listening to it because, like the beginning of "The compass and the ruler", it sounds like it's being played from a phonograph, and I think it's an ironic way to end a horror score with such an "uplifting" track.
"From Hell" is up with Bennett Salvay's "Jeepers Creepers" as my favorite scores of 2001. Why it's one of my favorite scores of 2001 is because Trevor Jones composed a diverse and unique mixture of suspense and calmness to create an excellent score, instead of conforming with the typical jolting horror score, now don't get me wrong, I love the jolting scores that are essential to a horror film, I just think it's good to have a change. "From Hell" is a must for fans of the film and for those who like horror scores, and even those who just like instrumental music will probably enjoy it as well.
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HASH(0x988ce720) étoiles sur 5 If you want a song from the trailer, look elsewhere 10 octobre 2003
Par Tom Heistuman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
To anyone saying that they bought this cd or went to go see this movie for the song "Reflect (Time)/Tree Whispers" by Billy Corgan: you deserve your disappointment. The trailer to a movie will have different music than the film itself for obvious reasons. To say that one would want to go see a movie based on that one song is preposterous.

For the music itself, it is wonderful. It portrays the mood and feeling of the movie it represents. 4 out of 5 stars is not bad but there is a reason. The music is representative of it's source material and not entirely enjoyable unless one has seen the movie. In other words, it doesn't stand entirely on it's own two feet. But it is wonderful and definitely worth your money if you enjoyed the movie, it's mood and it's music.
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HASH(0x987ca810) étoiles sur 5 TRAILER MUSIC FROM HELL 1 juin 2003
Par wolf - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
informations about the trailer music for you people. The real title is "REFLECT TREE WHISPERS" and it is from BILLY CORGAN, last song on stigmata's soundtrack. This trailer song is excellent.
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