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Mysterious Skin: Music From the Film

* Robin Guthrie and Harold Budd * Commotion

Film scores are designed to underscore onscreen action, not to pull focus. But sometimes film music comes along that makes perfect narrative sense in a movie theater and perfect musical sense--a score with its own individual identity. This is one of them. Cocteau Twins alumnus Robin Guthrie and his collaborator, ambient vet Harold Budd, have created a melancholy, dreamlike electronic-acoustic landscape for the traumatized children of Gregg Araki's haunting new film, Mysterious Skin. It drifts and cascades gently around its unspoken subject matter, creating a soothing balm for the story's troubled souls.
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Title Annotation:Mysterious Skin: Music from the Film
Author:White, Dave
Publication:The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine)
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Jun 21, 2005
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