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Free 'Social Network' Soundtrack Sampler


Five free tracks from Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross's The Social Network soundtrack are available here. Reznor's NIN influences are evident on "Eventually We Find Our Way" and "The Gentle Hum of Anxiety" definitely feels like something that will be featured in a mood-heavy scene in the film. I'm looking forward to the release of the rest of the score.

Comments

ruth said…
Hey thanks for the tip Fitz, I'm gonna download them now. I'm kinda curious about this movie thought I'm not a Facebook user much at all.
Fitz said…
I'm not fond of the site much either, but the film has very little to do with the site other than its creation and what it provides for a wayward generation.
Will said…
I have no interest in the film, but this sampler was some good stuff. Similar to the Michael Clayton score kinda. Thanks!

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