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Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Download links and information about Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Henry Jackman. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 45:29 minutes.

Artist: Henry Jackman
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 22
Duration: 45:29
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No. Title Length
1. Childhood Tragedy 0:53
2. Vampires 3:05
3. What Do You Hate? 1:15
4. Power Comes From Truth 2:28
5. You Are Full of Suprises 1:15
6. Mary Todd 1:55
7. The Horse Stampede 3:14
8. Henry Sturgess 0:54
9. Adam 1:27
10. Rescue Mission 1:14
11. Inauguration 1:52
12. All Slave to Something 2:48
13. Emancipation 0:44
14. Haunted By the Past 3:00
15. Battle At Gettysburg 0:48
16. Forging Silver 1:39
17. 80 Miles 1:51
18. The Burning Bridges 3:40
19. Not the Only Railroad 1:37
20. The Gettysburg Address 2:21
21. Late to the Theatre 1:59
22. The Rampant Hunter 5:30



Composed by Henry Jackman (Kick-Ass, Man on a Ledge, Monsters vs. Aliens), the soundtrack for kinetic Russian director Timur Bekmambetov's highly stylized film adaptation of author Seth Graham-Smith's genre mash-up novel Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter fuses explosive action cues and traditional atmospheric horror passages onto a gritty Old West backbone that suggests an alternative metal rendering of an Ennio Morricone-penned spaghetti Western score. Lincoln works best on selections like "Power Comes from Truth" and "The Gettysburg Address," both of which utilize the grand sweep of expansive, Aaron Copland/John Barry-inspired symphonic Americana with a sort of grim, realistic determination that belies the completely absurd notion of the 16th President of the United States wielding a silver axe in Matrix-inspired slow motion, while the filthy heads of an invading vampire horde pile up around him.