February 26, 2007

CD Review– Solaris (Soundtrack)

5 out of 5 stars

Martinez blends electronica with percusive vibraphones seamlessly and produces a very eerie but emotive sound. The chord progression throughout (4-5-6) is very persistent and seems to represent the constant pain that Kelvin feels at the loss of his wife.

The music has an excellent way of keeping the viewer on edge with the strangeness but there is also enough of the familiar to prevent it being too out of the ordinary.

In my opinion, one of the best soundtracks ever.

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