Nut Suite. Mini reviews of albums old and new. Minimum words. No fuss. No spoilers [?]. Occasional smugs.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

MAGNET / The Wicker Man (1973 / 1998 / 2002)

Alongside the usual film score incidental music, The Wicker Man also contains the songs written for the film, some of which are sung by the cast members. While that may sound like a bad idea, if you've experienced the film, then you'll understand why they deserve to be included. Musically, it's dark and beautiful pagan Folk that will either lull or repulse you. One word of warning, though: some key tracks contain samples of spoiler dialogue, so it's best if you watch the film first.
I should explain the dates in the title. It was written in 1973, released in 1998 and subsequently released again with superior sound in 2002. The 2002 release had less tracks and some minor changes elsewhere but is still the best version to get if all you want are the songs in the best available quality.

Songs of Note: Corn Rigs; Willow's Song

5 large, large nails out of 5


cuckoo77 said...

Doc stepped out of the norm and Nutted an OST.


I just fapped.

Dr Faustus said...