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Underworld: Awakening (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Download links and information about Underworld: Awakening (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:17:18 minutes.

Release date: 2012
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:17:18
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No. Title Length
1. Made of Stone (Renholdër Remix) (Evanescence) 3:15
2. Heavy Prey (Lacey Sturm, Geno Lenardo) 4:16
3. Blackout (Renholdër Remix) (Linkin Park) 5:03
4. Apart (Renholdër Remix) (The Cure) 6:37
5. Killer & a Queen (Geno Lenardo, Stella Katsoudas) 5:35
6. Watch Yourself (Renholdër Remix) (Ministry) 4:14
7. Trip the Darkness (Ben Weinman Remix) (Lacuna Coil) 3:46
8. Young Blood (Renholdër Remix) (The Naked And Famous) 4:07
9. It Rapes All In Its Path (Black Light Burns) 5:54
10. The Posthumous Letter (William Control) 4:04
11. How'm I Supposed to Die (Civil Twilight) 3:19
12. Consolation Prize (Mumford & Sons) 3:28
13. Liar (Revenant Mix By 8MM) (8mm) 7:02
14. You Won't See the Light (Geno Lenardo, Ryan T. Hope) 3:53
15. Bottle of Pain (Combichrist) 4:05
16. Intruder (Collide) 4:37
17. Exit Wounds (Justin Lassen Remix) [feat. Silent Fury] (Justin Lassen) 4:03



Evanescence opens with Renholdër’s remixed version of “Made of Stone,” where '90s industrial accoutrements rub against lush string arrangements. Renholdër reworks four other tunes here—and if his Midas touch brings Nine Inch Nails to mind, that’s probably because under his real name, Danny Lohner, he’s worked with Trent Reznor in both NIN and the now-defunct Tapeworm project. He takes the less-is-more approach to The Cure’s “Apart”: he strips everything down to the essentials, with Robert Smith singing over spare guitar notes, minimal beats, and a haunting background ambience. The unsettling ramshackle cacophony of Combichrist’s “Bottle of Pain” plays like what Tom Waits might have sounded like had he chosen black fingernail polish and eyeliner over his poetic outsider style. Civil Twilight’s “How’m I Supposed To Die” recalls early Radiohead, with androgynous falsettos and a contrast of disturbing noises that clang and bang over a backdrop of soothing sonic atmospheres.