Trent Reznor offers five free tracks from 'The Social Network'
Fri, 17 Sep 2010 14:24:08
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There is a ton of fantastic buzz circulating for David Fincher’s The Social Network. Not only is the film receiving early praise, but so is the soundtrack from NINE INCH NAILS frontman Trent Reznor. His contribution to the music for Natural Born Killlers and Lost Highway is unforgettable. Yet this time, it’s all Reznor.
With his latest work, via his own label The Null Corporation and Sony’s Madison Gate Records, Reznor is releasing the score that he and Atticus Ross wrote and performed for Fincher’s film.
Would you like to hear some of it for free? You are in luck, because he is releasing a free five-track sampler online.
Courtesy of SlashFilm, he made a statement last night via email which went a little something like this...
A site will be going live tomorrow (9/17) allowing the public to get these same tracks for free and take pre-orders for the entire record, which will be released 9/28. We’re offering a variety of physical formats (including an audio Blu-Ray with 5.1 and high quality stereo) and we’ve partnered with Amazon to allow the price of the digital release to be $2.99 for the full album (19 tracks) download.
There are five tracks on the sampler including: ‘Pieces Form the Whole,’ ‘Eventually We Find Our Way,’ ‘On We March,’ The Gentle Hum of Anxiety,’ and ‘Soft Trees Break the Fall.’ While they sound nothing like NINE INCH NAILS (for the most part), they do offer a very Reznor-esque vibe which should resonate well within the context of the film.
So be sure to go to http://nullco.com/TSN to pick up your free sampler available TODAY!
Are you excited to see The Social Network?