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Goosebumps (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
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Réalisé par ROB LETTERMAN
Musique par DANNY ELFMAN
Avec Jack Black, Dylan Minnette, Odeya Rush, Amy Ryan, Ryan Lee, Jillian Bell
Adaptation de la série de romans "Chair de poule", créée par R.L. Stine.
Des adolescents ayant accidentellement libéré des monstres enfermés dans leur roman vont tout faire pour les rattraper.
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On y retrouve sa patte, ainsi que des sonorités typiques de ses scores tels que Mars Attacks pour ne citer que lui .
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When listening to "Goosebumps", Elfman fans can quickly identify the familiar sound the composer incorporates into his scores. Elfman uses musical tools like bells, chimes, choral voices, "march like" percussion and the bass clarinet like a master. His use of these become a musical fingerprint for the composer and for those who have been listening to his music over the years will recognize his distinctive tone. Another thing that I've always liked about Elfman is his ability to develop a great theme and not being scared to use it throughout the movie. The score opens with "Goosebumps" (track 1) and it is here that we first hear the Elfman theme. It isn't the TV show theme...so don't go expecting that one. This theme really establishes the mood of the score which I would sum up as being spooky, fun, comic, and adventurous. One very unique instrument that Elfman incorporates into this theme is one that is usually associated with early science fiction movies. The Theremin, with it's high pitched tones, adds a really cool "spooky" sound to the theme and Elfman uses it in various moments throughout the score. You'll find the main theme decorating the music all along the way and this makes some of the more action oriented pieces a lot more interesting to listen to on their own away from the film.
I haven't seen the movie yet, but it must hit the ground running because there is a lot of action music here. These particular sequences are like musical roller coasters with plenty of big drops, fast turns, and barrel rolls all along the way. All of the "stuff" that Elfman throws into these pieces is what makes them fun to listen to. There are also so great slower moments in the score as well like "Camcorder", "Confession", "Ghost Hannah", and "Hannah's Back". These are nice little emotional bits that Elfman treats nicely with strings, piano, and woodwinds. The movie must not have a lot of time for it however because they are quick.
Tracks 18-29 are labeled as bonus material and I found these to be some of the most interesting pieces on the album. A few of these pieces sound more character oriented, lighter, and slightly comic. Others are more action/escape music like "Werewolf" and "Fun House" that do a pretty good job of giving you the mental visuals as to what is happening to the characters dealing with these obstacles along the way.
The CD contains 29 tracks and runs 1 hour and 5 minutes. It is released through Sony Classical and contains an 8 page insert that has photos, orchestra credits, production credits, and track listings. I really like the cover art on this one too.
"Goosebumps" certainly has the Elfman sound to it and fans who have been enjoying his work over the years will appreciate this. He's developed a great theme for the score and he cleverly uses it, as well as, other unique instrumentation to keep things interesting. While maybe not as emotionally thematic as a "Edward Scissorhands" or sing song like "Nightmare Before Christmas", this is a score that fits this type of film well and is enjoyable to listen to on it's own. I recommend.
Danny Elfman has done fabulous scores for films in the past be it Batman, Spider-Man and a majority of Tim Burton Films, this one has really fast paced music and I absolutely love the score.