Ocean's Eleven OST - David Holmes
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  • Summary: Much as he did for another Steven Soderbergh film ("Out Of Sight"), David Holmes provides the score for Soderbergh's Rat Pack remake. Much of the album consists of Holmes originals (including "69 Police," which also appears on his 'Bow Down To The Exit Sign' LP), supplemented by songs from the likes of everyone from Handsome Boy Modeling School to Elvis Presley. Expand
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  1. Over fifty minutes of slick, loungey, cinematic music.
  2. 90
    Holmes is scrabbling throught he ashes of Vegas strip supper-club jazz to craft a decidedly 21st century soundtrack, mourning its passing while happily rifling its pockets. [Album of the Month, Feb 2002, p.90]
  3. As good as Holmes' original material is, however, what's most impressive about the Ocean's Eleven soundtrack is the way in which Holmes uses it to weave together the hodge-podge of cool sounds he's culled from other artists.
  4. What on paper sounds like an awkward hotch-potch, actually makes for an hugely enticing, fluid record.
  5. While it's not quite as immediate as the Snatch soundtrack or as groundbreaking as the Dust Brothers' Fight Club score, Ocean's 11 is a tight, kinetic collection of film music that's just as enjoyable outside of the movie's context.
  6. It's fine for what it is, but someone decided to spice things up with annoying snippets of film dialogue, which help to derail the flow.
  7. 70
    As savvy and sophisticated as the movie itself.
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  1. paul
    Feb 7, 2004
    this cd is awesome!!! especially the climactic song when they reveal that they are the swat team
  2. nickt
    Nov 28, 2005
    great soundtrack