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Looper (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Download links and information about Looper (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Nathan Johnson. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack, Instrumental genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 48:21 minutes.

Artist: Nathan Johnson
Release date: 2012
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack, Instrumental
Tracks: 19
Duration: 48:21
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No. Title Length
1. A Body That Technically Does Not Exist 1:21
2. A Day in the Life 1:10
3. Closing Your Loop 2:56
4. Seth's Tale 2:54
5. Run 2:49
6. A Life in a Day 2:21
7. Time Machine 2:40
8. Hunting the Past 2:55
9. Following the Loop 1:41
10. Mining for Memories 1:54
11. A New Scar 2:34
12. Her Face 2:37
13. City Sweep 0:46
14. Revelations 5:12
15. The Rainmaker 4:25
16. La Belle Aurore 1:01
17. Showdown 1:36
18. The Path Was a Circle 4:51
19. Everything Comes Around 2:38



Composer Nathan Johnson, who heads up the rock group The Cinematic Underground, received a fair amount of attention for his score for Brick, the excellent 2005 neo-noir directed by his cousin Rian Johnson. Nathan combined traditional and custom-made instruments to create the film’s effective music, and he went on to score Rian’s next two features, The Brothers Bloom and Looper. The latter movie is set in 2044, when Mafia-style hitmen known as loopers are hired to kill marks that are sent back to them from even further in the future. Johnson is clearly expert at blending musical instruments with other sonic phenomena. It’s unclear what sources were used to craft “A Body That Technically Does Not Exist,” but it successfully creates a sense of intrigue with just a handful of sounds. Johnson certainly knows how to write requisite action-scene music where strings chug, horns blast, and drums pound, but the most interesting tracks are the more atmospheric ones, like “Seth’s Tale.” The album concludes with “Everything Comes Around,” a piece for piano, strings, and music box.