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Darsteller: Underworld And Gabriel Yared
Titel: Breaking And Entering (Music From The Film)
Land: Europe
Stil:Score, Downtempo, Minimal, Ambient
Freigegeben: 2006
Katalognummer: VVR1043552
Etikett: V2
MP3-Albumgröße: 2048 mb
FLAC-Albumgröße: 1039 mb


1We Love Bea1:53
3Sad Amira3:38
4Monkey One2:18
5Will And Amira2:54
6Primrose Hill2:22
7Not Talking1:54
8Piano Modal1:28
9A Thing Happens3:35
10Happy Toast3:43
11Mending Things2:35
12Counterpoint Hang Pulse13:29
13Broken Entered3:27
14Monkey Two4:38
15Hungerford Bridge1:53
16St Pancras4:24


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
63881-27350-2Underworld And Gabriel Yared Underworld And Gabriel Yared - Breaking And Entering ‎(CD, Album)V263881-27350-2US2006
V2CP 310Underworld & Gabriel Yared Underworld & Gabriel Yared - Breaking And Entering ‎(CD, Album, Promo)V2V2CP 310Japan2006
63881 -27350-2Underworld And Gabriel Yared Underworld And Gabriel Yared - Breaking And Entering ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)V2 63881 -27350-2Russia2006
noneGabriel Yared, Underworld Gabriel Yared, Underworld - Breaking And Entering ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)The Weinstein Company, Miramax, Metro-Goldwyn-MayernoneUK2006
noneGabriel Yared, Underworld Gabriel Yared, Underworld - Breaking And Entering ‎(CDr, Promo)Not On LabelnoneUS2006


  • Arranged By [Additional], Programmed By [Additional], Producer [Additional]Allan Jenkins, Kirsty Whalley
  • Arranged By [Strings]Gabriel Yared
  • Art Direction, DesignTom Hingston Studio
  • Executive-ProducerAnthony Minghella, Mike Gillespie, Timothy Bricknell
  • Management [Gabriel Yared]Christine Russell , Samantha Richards
  • Management [Underworld]Geoff Jukes, Mike Gillespie
  • Mastered ByMiles Showell
  • Mixed ByPeter Cobbin
  • Mixed By [Assistant]Mirek Stiles, Richard Lancaster, Rob Houston, Scrap Marshall
  • Orchestrated ByGabriel Yared, Geoff Alexander, John Bell
  • Photography By [Booklet]Danny Doyle
  • Photography By [Studio]Hyde, Smith
  • ProducerRick Smith
  • Recorded ByAndrew Dudman, Gabriel Yared, Peter Cobbin, Underworld
  • Recorded By [Atmospheres]Martin Cantwell
  • Technician [Technical Jigsaws]Darren Price, Malcolm Corbett
  • Written-ByGabriel Yared, Karl Hyde, Rick Smith


Music From The Anthony Minghella Film.

Jewel case.

The copyright in this compilation and in these sound recordings is owned by Underworld, Gabriel Yared and Old Chapel Studios Limited and is exclusively licensed to V2 Records International Ltd. ℗2006 Underworld, Gabriel Yared and Old Chapel Studios Limited © 2006 Underworld, Gabriel Yared and Old Chapel Studios Limited.
Made in the EU.

Published by Sherlock Holmes Music / Chrysalis Music Inc. and Deva Music.


  • Barcode (Text): 5 033197 435527
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5033197435527
  • Rights Society: BIEM / ncb / mcps / GEMA / SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL / STEMRA / SIAE
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): sonopress ARVATO 51983457/VVR1043552 21
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI LB47
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0781
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): sonopress ARVATO 51983457/VVR1043552 23
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI LP 73
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0757


  • Licensed To – V2 Records International Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Underworld
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Gabriel Yared
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Old Chapel Studios Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Underworld
  • Copyright (c) – Gabriel Yared
  • Copyright (c) – Old Chapel Studios Ltd.
  • Published By – Sherlock Holmes Music
  • Published By – Chrysalis Music Inc.
  • Published By – Deva Music
  • Published By – Old Chapel Studios Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Recorded At – Lemonworld
  • Recorded At – Yaredworld
  • Mixed At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Mastered At – Metropolis Mastering
  • Pressed By – Sonopress Arvato – 51983457

Kurzes Intro

Breaking and Entering: Music from the Film is the soundtrack album for the film Breaking and Entering and was released by V2 Records on November 6, 2006, almost two months before the film's theatrical release in the U. The musical score is the result of a collaboration between Underworld and Gabriel Yared. Формируйте собственную коллекция коллекцию записей Underworld And Gabriel Yared. Karl Hyde, Rick Smith, Gabriel Yared. Underworld, Gabriel 2006 16 Songs. Try it Yared & Underworld - Counterpoint Hang Pulse Breaking and Entering. Glass: Solo Piano Music Full Album played by Jeroen van Veen. Música: Gabriel Yared - Продолжительность: 6:57 Premiosdecine Recommended for you. Mo to music from Underworld & Gabriel Yared like Hungerford Bridge, Happy Toast & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Underworld & Gabriel Yared. Breaking and Entering Music from the Film. 103 listeners. 2006 16 tracks. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Add Tag. Add Critic Rating. The new Mercury Rev album and Mogwai's music for Zidane are joined by Underworld's soundtrack to Anthony Minghella's Breaking and Entering, in collaboration with the director's usual accomplice Gabriel Yared. Unlike previous Minghella films such as The English Patient, there's no period setting determining the musical. Breaking and Entering: Music from the Film, V2. Andy Gill. Friday 3 November 2006 01:00. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Breaking and Entering Music from the Film, 2006. Now playing . Ive missed the pleasure of viewing Breaking and Entering due around now throughout the US, but in the UK last autumn, so Im left listening to the music in completely neutral context. Firstly, Yareds wealth of movie work experience and Underworlds knack for pulling the extraordinary from various genres have combined well. This is an unobtrusive, but absolutely top notch collection combining classical
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I must confess that I only picked this up cheap second-hand, quite some time after its release, mainly for the sake of completeness in my Underworld collection; I had no idea what to expect from the content but just a couple of tracks into my first listen I found myself thinking "I'm really glad I got this!" A far cry from the majority of Underworld's previous contributions to movie soundtracks - solid dancefloor tracks like 'Born Slippy .Nuxx', 'Dark Train', 'Moaner', 'Cowgirl' and 'Pearl's Girl' - this is effectively an atmospheric and ambient LP from the duo, working here in partnership with Oscar-winning composer Gabriel Yared. The pieces here are thoughtful and often quite beautiful, led by acoustic guitar, strings or piano (as a fan of Harold Budd and Roger Eno I particularly like the piano-ambience). The compositions are mostly beatless, although some have gentle percussive elements, and are without lyrics, with only occasional vocal sounds on a couple of tracks; they're also sequenced together smoothly, running for just under an hour in total and giving a very listenable whole (in contrast to some soundtrack albums).

Anthony Minghella, the movie's writer/director and a frequent collaborator with Yared, provides five pages of sleeve-notes about the project and cites Underworld's 2002 album-track 'Ess Gee' as being a major influence on his screenplay. Soon after buying the CD I made a point of renting the movie to hear the music in context. Minghella's commentary on the DVD provides some further insights - he explains that he has to "find the sound of a film" before being able to write for its characters and that he wanted the score to create a "restrained and muted world" with a "modesty" to it. He reiterates the importance of the "uninflected" sounds of 'Ess Gee' during the writing process and how it led him to contact Underworld. Initially he intended them to work only as producers but evidently they started collaborating on actually making music with Yared almost immediately, despite his usual reluctance to work with other musicians. Minghella describes the end result as being "insidious, beautiful, careful [and] delicate", liking the way that it "doesn't tell you what to think", adding that it's the only soundtrack from his film-making career that he listens to away from the movie - and I'd recommend doing the same to appreciate it fully.