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Stream Jonny Greenwood's Score To 'The Master,' Plus Listen To 'Dredd' Score In Full

by Oliver Lyttelton
September 11, 2012 1:34 PM
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Almost as anticipated as Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master" in general -- and given that only this morning, this writer got a death threat for daring to give the film a 'B,' that's pretty damn anticipated -- is the music of the film. 2007's "There Will Be Blood" saw Anderson draft Radiohead member Jonny Greenwood to write the score, and the result was a masterpiece: a dischordant, hugely exciting soundtrack that proved to be one of the most memorable of the century so far. And Greenwood's back for the director's follow up, his brilliant (but in our opinion, flawed) period drama starring Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman.

The film's in theaters Friday, but if you can't wait, you can now stream the score in full. There is a catch, though -- you have to be a user of the music service Spotify in order to hear it. But given that Spotify is free (and pretty comprehensive), your only excuse is really if you're unlucky enough to live in a territory where it's unavailable. In that case, you can buy the thing outright from iTunes. It's not the only score that's made its way online today, though, as the score to the ultra-violent comic-book tale "Dredd," by Paul Leonard-Morgan ("Limitless") has also become available too. It may not surprise that they sound quite, quite different. Listen to both below, and you can catch "The Master" in theaters from Friday, and "Dredd" from September 21st. [The Film Stage/Digital Spy]

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  • Yod | September 11, 2012 11:35 PMReply

    Death threat? What sort of loser would do such a thing? lol

  • Leocdc | September 11, 2012 1:47 PMReply

    What other countries besides USA or Europan countries have access to Spotify?? I'm from Chile so this kinda sucks for me (Every single time).

  • AZA124 | September 11, 2012 2:06 PM

    Here you go (I haven't listened to it yet but it should be legit).

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