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Good Time Soundtrack Vinyl 2LP

Warp RecordsSKU lp-8979

hi-tech electronic score to one of 2017's best films
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Anyone who’s seen Good Time will tell you it’s one of 2017’s most brilliant and mesmerizing films, thanks in part Daniel Lopatin’s unforgettable hi-tech prog bursting out of the speakers. It even won the prestigious Sountrack Award at this year’s Cannes festival, where the film received a six minute standing ovation. Lopatin has previously crafted terrific scores for Sofia Coppola’s The Bling Ring and Ariel Kleiman’s Partisan under his government name, but on Good Time, he goes all in under the Oneohtrix Point Never guise. “This is the first full Oneohtrix score which basically means I was given the keys to the Corvette. Nobody told me ‘Hey do this subtly’.” Lopatin describes the score as being musically similar to the deep soundscapes and krauty arpeggios of early OPN records like Betrayed In The Octagon, Russian Mind and Zones Without People, re-imagined with the refined sound design and anxious tension honed on more recent albums Garden of Delete and R Plus Seven, and you can definitely hear traces of tracks like “Behind The Bank,” “KGB Nights” and “Melancholy Descriptions of Simple 3D Environments” in Good Time. After scoring the film, Lopatin went back and edited the tracks to make them flow more naturally as an album, freeing them from the tethers of the film’s action, and even includes passages of dialogue as ghostly signposts of the film’s unforgettable story: “I was so intoxicated about the idea of putting this record out on Warp that I actually put in the time to make it listenable.” Tracks like “Leaving The Park,” “The Acid Hits,” “Connie,” “Good Time” and “The Pure And The Damned,” a stunning collaboration with Iggy Pop, are up there with his best work. Double vinyl pressing housed in deluxe gatefold sleeve; includes code for digital download and fold-out poster with NYPD police sketch of Connie Nikas. Recommended.

  • double vinyl pressing
  • deluxe gatefold sleeve
  • includes foldout poster
  • digital download included
  • music label: Warp Records 2017
reviewed by peanut dust 09/2017
UPC: 801061029210


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