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Charlie Clouser: Wayward Pines [Score] [Digipak]

Track List

>Wayward Pines: Wayward Pines Main Titles Theme - (with Charlie Clouser)
>Wayward Pines: Episode One Suite Part 1: Eyes Open, Biergarten Call, Kate Flashback - (with Charlie Clouser)
>Wayward Pines: Episode One Suite Part 2: Leave Hospital, Steal Car - (with Charlie Clouser)
>Wayward Pines: Episode Two Suite: Morgue Slab, No Patients, Break Protocol, Mausoleum Chip, Hide the Chip - (with Charlie Clouser)
>Wayward Pines: Episode Two: Kill Beverly - (with Charlie Clouser)
>Wayward Pines: Episode Three Suite: Pope's Speech, Forest Kitchen, Empty House - (with Charlie Clouser)
>Wayward Pines: Episode Three: Please Stay - (with Charlie Clouser)
>Wayward Pines: Episode Four Suite: Leaking Oil, Floor Safe, Find It, Weakness, Rumor True, End for Me - (with Charlie Clouser)
>Wayward Pines: Episode Five Suite: Kids Talk, Fourth Century, Think Bigger - (with Charlie Clouser)
>Wayward Pines: Episode Six Suite: Bigger Than Us, New Project, Make It Better - (with Charlie Clouser)
>Wayward Pines: Episode Seven Suite: Locate Harold, Miss Seattle, Breach Fence, Snoop Around - (with Charlie Clouser)
>Wayward Pines: Episodes Eight and Nine Suite: Six Hundred Dead, Dad Failed, Kill Me, So Have I, Theresa Swings - (with Charlie Clouser)
>Wayward Pines: Episode Ten Suite: Shaft Action, Great Experiment, People Surprise You - (with Charlie Clouser)
>Wayward Pines: Episode Ten: Farewell - (with Charlie Clouser)

Album Notes

Audio Mixer: Charlie Clouser.

Photographer: Zoe Wiseman.

Multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, programmer, and former member of alt-industrial band Nine Inch Nails, Charlie Clouser (the Saw film series, Resident Evil: Extinction) was tasked with scoring the 2015 M. Night Shyamalan-produced TV sci-fi thriller Wayward Pines, starring Matt Dillon. Incorporating items including waterphone, prepared piano, and metal objects into his tense orchestral soundscapes, the score gains intensity as the story unfolds, as major story points were intentionally withheld from Clouser until after he had submitted music for early episodes. Alternately quietly ominous and jarring, the music employs character and location motifs as well as indicating plot twists and action. ~ Marcy Donelson



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