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The Adjustment Bureau (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Download links and information about The Adjustment Bureau (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Thomas Newman. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 56:22 minutes.

Artist: Thomas Newman
Release date: 2011
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 19
Duration: 56:22
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No. Title Length
1. Fate 0:39
2. Inflection Points 1:42
3. Elise 3:27
4. Four Elections 1:45
5. Future's Bright (featuring Richard Ashcroft) 5:50
6. The Girl On the Bus 2:42
7. Square-One Reset 2:21
8. Richardson 2:21
9. None of Them Are You 2:15
10. New Leaf 2:53
11. Pier 17 3:22
12. Recalibration 1:35
13. The Substrate 1:32
14. Real Kiss 1:54
15. Fever (Adam Freeland Extended Remix) (featuring Sarah Vaughan) 7:02
16. The Illusion of Free Will 2:32
17. Escher Loop 4:14
18. The Ripples Must Be Endless (End Title) 3:14
19. Are You Ready (featuring Richard Ashcroft) 5:02



Based on a Philip K. Dick short story, The Adjustment Bureau portrays a romantic couple — a politician and a ballerina — struggling against the forces of fate as embodied by The Bureau, a mysterious outfit that plans and influences people’s life paths. Veteran composer Thomas Newman crafts an array of cues for the film. “Elise” features a vaguely Middle Eastern melody and tribal beats before morphing into a section with mournful strings and atmospheric electric guitars. “New Leaf” glistens with expectancy as rattling percussion, quiet piano, touches of strings, and reverb guitar combine to create a rich timbral pallet. The cut flows smoothly into “Pier 17,” where similar elements are employed and the tension is ratcheted up a notch. “The Girl On the Bus” finds guitar riding an almost Krautrock-like pulse, while “The Ripples Must Be Endless” effectively wraps things up. “Future’s Bright” and “Are You Ready,” two songs by Richard Ashcroft, bring the big sound of Britpop to the album, and an Adam Freeland remix of Sarah Vaughn’s “Fever” is also included.