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The Bourne Legacy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Download links and information about The Bourne Legacy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by James Newton Howard. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:03:16 minutes.

Artist: James Newton Howard
Release date: 2012
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:03:16
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No. Title Length
1. Legacy 2:39
2. Drone 4:15
3. NRAG 0:58
4. You Fell in Love 1:41
5. Program Shutdown 3:00
6. Over the Mountain 0:51
7. High Powered Rifle 2:49
8. They're All Dead 2:48
9. Manila Lab 2:39
10. Wolves / Sick Ric 2:18
11. Doctor of What? 4:28
12. Aaron in Chicago 1:31
13. Wolf Attack 2:57
14. Chem Talk 1:35
15. Flight 167 3:29
16. Aaron Run! 1:07
17. You Belong Here 1:16
18. Cognitive Degrade 2:48
19. 17 Hour Head Start 3:50
20. Viralled Out 0:57
21. You're Doing Fine 1:17
22. Simon Ross 1:37
23. LARX Tarmac 1:45
24. Magsaysay Suite 3:03
25. Aftermath 2:48
26. Extreme Ways (Bourne's Legacy) (featuring Moby) 4:50



The Bourne Legacy breaks with its predecessors in a number of ways. It’s the first film in the Bourne series that isn’t based, however loosely, on a Robert Ludlum novel; nor does Matt Damon star as ex-C.I.A. agent Jason Bourne (in fact, the Bourne character doesn't appear in Legacy). Scriptwriter Tony Gilroy replaces Paul Greengrass, who helmed the second and third installments, as director. Additionally, composer James Newton Howard takes over for John Powell, who wrote music for the first three films. Howard’s score certainly has the tension and edginess required for an action thriller, but there's also a subtle sense of restraint on much of the soundtrack. Nevertheless, “Drone” features crunching guitar, chugging strings, and pounding percussion, and “Magsaysay Suite” fiercely thrashes and rattles as strings soar and guitar stutters. On the other end of the spectrum, the closing cue, “Aftermath,” artfully blends strings and woodwinds to brooding effect. A new, dramatically orchestrated version of Moby’s “Extreme Ways”—a song that's been used in all of the Bourne films—wraps things up.