Only Lovers Left Alive OST Review

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Its vampires in modern day society, but don’t worry you wont have to endure the painful acting/story of a Twighlight film this time. Tom Hiddleston (known to most as Loki) plays an underground musician who is reunited with his lover of the past centuries, set against a background of modern day Detroit and Tangiers and with his lovers unruly sister causing what can be assumed all hell to break loose.

The soundtrack provides an excellent, although at times repetitive and somewhat generic backdrop to the film combining lute music (by Jozef Van Wissem) with heavier rock based numbers complete with feedback sound effects by various other artists including White Hills, Yasmine Hamdan and the band SQURL. 

The album although an effective backdrop to the movie only contains a few gems such as the title track and Funnel of Love, with a large majority of the album forming a generic rock sound that can’t be really distinguished one track to the next.


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