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Tyler Bates Score For Zack Snyder’s ‘Dawn Of The Dead’ Finally Getting A Release

Tyler Bates Score For Zack Snyder's 'Dawn Of The Dead' Finally Getting A Release

Despite having scored some low-rent television series and films in the early 2000s, composer Tyler Bates’ career didn’t really kick into high gear until he hooked up with “Man of Steel” director Zack Snyder. Bates has scored four of the director’s films, including: “300,” “Watchmen,” and “Sucker Punch” — and now he’s constantly sought out by other high-profile genre directors like Rob Zombie and James Gunn. While his previous collaborations with Snyder have yielded lavish physical releases — including vinyl pressings — their first film together, the surprisingly good “Dawn of the Dead” remake, hasn’t had any type of release until now.

Although the film was originally released in 2004, it’s taken the better part of a decade for Milan Records to officially release Bates’ score. It will first be released digitally on services like iTunes and Amazon on October 16th before seeing a physical release the next week on October 23rd. The release runs a lengthy 31 tracks long, so it seems as though it contains the entirety of the score composed for the film. Check out the cover and tracklisting below. [Film Music Reporter]

“Dawn of the Dead” Soundtrack Tracklisting

1. Brainscan
2. Hell On Earth
3. Gunman
4. Anna Drives
5. We’re Going To The Mall
6. Scoping Out Metropolis
7. Michael Investigates
8. Zombie Spike
9. We Need To Suture That Arm
10. Don’t Give Him That Gun!
11. America Always Sorts Its Shit Out
12. Ben Cozine
13. Maybe They’re Coming For Us
14. How Will Your God Judge You
15. Shut Your Fucking Mouth
16. Truck Over Zombies
17. Blood Bath City
18. Bloated She Rises
19. It’s Only A Matter Of Time
20. Breathe
21. That Dog’s Just Fucked Up
22. Luda’s Transformation
23. You Wanna Kill My Family
24. We Have To Do Something Now
25. I’m Not A Plumber
26. Subterranean Sewer Attack
27. Hangman’s Song
28. Sailing The Sea Of Zombies
29. Chainsaw To The Breastbone
30. Fucking Figures
31. Enjoy The Sunrise

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Comments

mike

Maybe this is a re-release? I bought this at Amoeba the week the movie came out. I'm pretty sure that Dave Lombardo from Slayer plays drums during the ending zombie chase scene….but Ive been wrong before.

Glad it's being put out there again!

Paul

I was going to comment about how surprising it is that a score for a film could find its way to release so far after the film's release, but I can't get over "seeked out."

Mitch

He's "seeked" out? Seriously? You're in desperate need of a good editor.

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