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28 Days Later: The Soundtrack Album is the accompanying soundtrack to the 2002 film 28 Days Later. It was released on June 17, 2003. The original score was composed by John Murphy, and tracks from Brian Eno, Grandaddy and Blue States which featured in the movie also appear on the album. An edited version of East Hastings by Canadian post-rock band Godspeed You! Black Emperor appeared in the movie but not on the soundtrack album.

Track listingEdit

All tracks performed by John Murphy unless otherwise stated.

  1. "The Beginning" 2:56
  2. "Rage" 1:22
  3. "The Church" 1:16
  4. "Jim's Parents" (Abide With Me) 2:29
  5. "Then There Were 2" 0:42
  6. "Tower Block" 1:26
  7. "Taxi" (Ave Maria) 2:08
  8. "The Tunnel" 1:39
  9. "A.M. 180" (performed by Grandaddy) 3:20
  10. "An Ending (Ascent)" (performed by Brian Eno) 4:17
  11. "No More Films" 0:48
  12. "Jim's Dream" 0:40
  13. "In Paradisum" (Faure's Requiem in D minor) 2:11
  14. "Frank's Death" - Soldiers (Mozart's Requiem in D minor) 2:39
  15. "I Promised Them Women" 1:24
  16. "The Search For Jim" 2:41
  17. "Red Dresses" 0:48
  18. "In The House - In A Heartbeat" 4:16
  19. "The End" 1:55
  20. "Season Song" (performed by Blue States) 4:12
  21. "End Credits" 1:46

In the House - In a HeartbeatEdit

"In the House - In a Heartbeat" is an instrumental track by John Murphy. The song is often mistakenly referred to as one of the other songs on the film's soundtrack, "East Hastings" by Canadian band Godspeed You! Black Emperor. The track was featured over the climactic confrontation towards the end of the film. The name of the track seems to stem from this scene, set in a country house, in which the character Selena is tested to make good on her promise to kill Jim "in a heartbeat" if he ever became infected, as she had earlier promised she would.

Other uses for In the House - In a HeartbeatEdit

  • It was also featured in the film's sequel: 28 Weeks Later (2007), in which it is used more extensively, including usage in a pre-opening titles confrontation sequence. In all, three different arrangements of the track are featured in the sequel and included on its soundtrack. (28 Theme, Don Abandons Alice, Walk to Regents Park and Leaving England)
  • The last episode of season one of British television program Hex.
  • Peugeot 206 Advert.[1]
  • I Know Who Killed Me trailer[2]
  • Death Sentence trailer
  • Beowulf trailer
  • Blindness trailer
  • UKTV Gold advertisements for the first season of Prison Break in 2006.
  • On the 16th of October, in a documentary/drama shown on ITV1, Britain's Largest Storm , the song is used near the end of the programme.
  • Several Hollyoaks episodes aired on Channel 4 in the UK.
  • The song was covered by progressive metal band Junesong Provision.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Answer Bank
  2. Official I Know Who Killed Me Trailer at YouTube

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