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L'Instinct de Mort / L'Enemi Public No. 1
(2008)

  

Hostile/EMI Records
SKU: 50999 2655692 5
UPC: 50999 2655692 5

Executive Album Producer Mehdi Sayah

Release Date: November 17, 2008
                                                                                                   
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1. L'instinct de mort (3:17)
2. Jacques Mesrine (3:06)
3. Sale boulot (2:12)
4. La mort du pére (1:14)
5. Le départ (2:07)
6. Broussard (1:41)
7. Kidnapping de Deslauriers (0:57)
8. En attendant la rançon (2:51)
9. En planque (3:21)
10. Humeur noire (2:06)
11. Jacques et Janou (1:05)
12. Plans d'évasion (3:45)
13. L'armée (1:13)
14. Aveuglé (1:38)

15. Un plan diabolique (2:25)
16. Le livre (0:49)
17. Evasion (3:02)
18. Le casino de Deauville (1:03)
19. Fusillade dans la prison (4:50)
20. L'interview (2:41)
21. Dallier (4:28)
22. Nos jours sont comptés (1:51)
23. 2 novembre 1979 (7:50)
24. Porte de Clignancourt (1:59)
25. Le prix á payer (2:27)
 
 
TT: 63:56


 

"There was no temp throughout the movie, except for a few spots including the interview which was temped with the cue from the Departed. The director actually wanted to license that cue for the film because he edited the scene with the piece. We gave him a bunch of different ideas, with piano, mandoline and I think accordion as well, but he was just too set on the cue he temped it with. This was really tricky. He finally asked us to get as close as we can - with the guitar and the strings... I was able to base it on the Mesrine theme, put it in 5/8 throughout (which posed big problems for the guitar player...) but stylistically it is based on that cue. I thought it starts out similar but then turns more into an elegy rather than a Western type piece (which I think worked for the Departed...)."

- Marcus Trumpp
    November 2008


Music Composed by Marcus Trumpp and Marco Beltrami
Additional Music by Dana Niu
Orchestra Conducted by Marco Beltrami
Orchestrated by Bill Boston, Rossano Galante, Andrew Kinney and Tim Davies
Recorded at Studios Guillaume Tell et Omega, Paris
Recorded and Mixed by John Kurlander
Music Preparation by JoAnn Kane Music Services
Produced by Marco Beltrami

 

 
 

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