Sony Music Masterworks releases VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) with music by award-winning composer MARCO BELTRAMI (Scream, Resident Evil, A Quiet Place). The album features score music written by Beltrami for the highly anticipated sequel to the 2018 worldwide box office hit film Venom. Sony Pictures film, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, is in movie theaters on Friday, October 1. Of the soundtrack, composer MARCO BELTRAMI says, "Because of COVID restrictions, we had to change the way we worked on processing acoustical sounds. Where we'd normally work with live musicians to create source material, here we had musicians record at home and then re-amp them at Sony. In addition, we worked with feedback looping to create some of the aggressive tones for Carnage. The film presented a lot of fun musical challenges, from a unique enhanced brass theme for Venom, to the altered woodwind theme for Carnage and Shriek, to a slightly bluesy feel for Eddie. Overall, in spite of those COVID restrictions, I feel very lucky we were able to still record many of the orchestral sessions at Sony and have it come out sounding so good!"
Sony Music Masterworks releases VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) with music by award-winning composer MARCO BELTRAMI (Scream, Resident Evil, A Quiet Place). The album features score music written by Beltrami for the highly anticipated sequel to the 2018 worldwide box office hit film Venom. Sony Pictures film, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, is in movie theaters on Friday, October 1. Of the soundtrack, composer MARCO BELTRAMI says, "Because of COVID restrictions, we had to change the way we worked on processing acoustical sounds. Where we'd normally work with live musicians to create source material, here we had musicians record at home and then re-amp them at Sony. In addition, we worked with feedback looping to create some of the aggressive tones for Carnage. The film presented a lot of fun musical challenges, from a unique enhanced brass theme for Venom, to the altered woodwind theme for Carnage and Shriek, to a slightly bluesy feel for Eddie. Overall, in spite of those COVID restrictions, I feel very lucky we were able to still record many of the orchestral sessions at Sony and have it come out sounding so good!"
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Venom
Artist: Beltrami
Format: CD
New: In Stock $13.98
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DISC: 1

1. St. Estes Reform School (Extended)
2. Cletus' Cell
3. Eddie Draws
4. Brock's Revival
5. Lucky Slaughterhouse
6. Ann's News
7. Take the Hit
8. Postcard from the Edge
9. No Touching!
10. Eddie Hangs on the Line
11. Lethal Rejection
12. Carnage Unleashed
13. Mulligan Visits Eddie
14. There Is Only Carnage
15. Get Shriek
16. The Great Escape
17. Venom Needs Food
18. People Seeing Monsters
19. Find Venom
20. Turn on the Charm
21. Eddie Escapes
22. Shriek Comes Home
23. You Can Eat Them All
24. Unholy Matrimony Pt. 1
25. Unholy Matrimony Pt. 2
26. He Did Not Taste Good
27. Panza and Quixote
28. Venom and Blues
29. Venom's Suite Tooth

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Sony Music Masterworks releases VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) with music by award-winning composer MARCO BELTRAMI (Scream, Resident Evil, A Quiet Place). The album features score music written by Beltrami for the highly anticipated sequel to the 2018 worldwide box office hit film Venom. Sony Pictures film, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, is in movie theaters on Friday, October 1. Of the soundtrack, composer MARCO BELTRAMI says, "Because of COVID restrictions, we had to change the way we worked on processing acoustical sounds. Where we'd normally work with live musicians to create source material, here we had musicians record at home and then re-amp them at Sony. In addition, we worked with feedback looping to create some of the aggressive tones for Carnage. The film presented a lot of fun musical challenges, from a unique enhanced brass theme for Venom, to the altered woodwind theme for Carnage and Shriek, to a slightly bluesy feel for Eddie. Overall, in spite of those COVID restrictions, I feel very lucky we were able to still record many of the orchestral sessions at Sony and have it come out sounding so good!"