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Paparazzi - The Awakening - Brian Tyler

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    Selected tracks from Paparazzi composed by Brian Tyler. Please visit our website at www.scorerevolution.com to listen, download, and license tracks for your media projects. All licensing inquiries can be directed to sales@scorerevolution.com

    In this Mel Gibson-produced 2004 thriller directed by Paul Abascal, a movie star (Cole Hauser) plots an elaborate murder/frame-up as revenge for the paparazzi-instigated injury of his wife and child.

    Delivering another of his trademark hard-driving, heavily percussive action scores, composer Bryan Tyler infuses “Paparazzi” with both suspense and a jolt of adrenaline. Pulsating timpani wrestle with screaming strings over the menacing growl of electronic bass in such tracks as Cat and Mouse, The Break-In, Garbage Fetish and Camera Chase. Between such surges, both the movie and Tyler’s score take time to exhale with a more introspective look at the disturbed mind of a man driven to the edge, an eerily braided use of subtle synthesizer and unsettling strings: “The Awakening,” “Silent Anger,” “The Telltale Pen” and “Blackmail.”

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