Resident Evil: Apocalypse - Panic At The Gate Edit1 - Jeff Danna by Score Revolution published on 2013/07/12 17:17:57 +0000 Selected tracks from Resident Evil: Apocalypse composed by Jeff Danna. 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 email@example.com. Picking up where the original film left off, this 2004 sequel finds Milla Jovovich’s Alice dodging zombies and other assorted obstacles in an effort to escape Raccoon City. In a stark departure from his classically-themed orchestral work on the 2003 Biblical film The Gospel of John, Canadian-born composer Jeff Danna – brother of composer Mychael Danna – here fuses traditional orchestral arrangements with the franchise’s trademark rock-themed electronica, creating a score that’s heavier on orchestral elements than Marco Beltrami’s music for the original film while remaining faithful to the franchise’s established musical style and character. The predictably suspense-driven score largely follows the pattern of tracks like "Ashford’s Plan", "Panic at the Gate" and "The Last Transport"– predominantly acoustic arrangements punctuated by intermittent electronic and industrial accents.