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Grammy award winning band Toto, tasked with composing the soundtrack for the 1984 film; Dune. Accompanied by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and a haunting single from Brian Eno ("Prophecy Theme"), they have managed to inject 'Dune' with the barren majesty it deserves. Toto, known for a musical style that combines elements of pop, rock, soul, funk, blues and jazz, can comfortably add ambient to their repertoire after creating a perfect synthesis of orchestral and synthesizer music. There is a beautiful calm flowing feel throughout, with a splash of psychedelic ("Paul Takes the Water of Life"), and the occasional dramatic part ("First Attack") to create some diversity from the satisfying darkness. This album can be called a true sci-fi cult classic.
Grammy award winning band Toto, tasked with composing the soundtrack for the 1984 film; Dune. Accompanied by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and a haunting single from Brian Eno ("Prophecy Theme"), they have managed to inject 'Dune' with the barren majesty it deserves. Toto, known for a musical style that combines elements of pop, rock, soul, funk, blues and jazz, can comfortably add ambient to their repertoire after creating a perfect synthesis of orchestral and synthesizer music. There is a beautiful calm flowing feel throughout, with a splash of psychedelic ("Paul Takes the Water of Life"), and the occasional dramatic part ("First Attack") to create some diversity from the satisfying darkness. This album can be called a true sci-fi cult classic.
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Dune (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Artist: Toto
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Grammy award winning band Toto, tasked with composing the soundtrack for the 1984 film; Dune. Accompanied by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and a haunting single from Brian Eno ("Prophecy Theme"), they have managed to inject 'Dune' with the barren majesty it deserves. Toto, known for a musical style that combines elements of pop, rock, soul, funk, blues and jazz, can comfortably add ambient to their repertoire after creating a perfect synthesis of orchestral and synthesizer music. There is a beautiful calm flowing feel throughout, with a splash of psychedelic ("Paul Takes the Water of Life"), and the occasional dramatic part ("First Attack") to create some diversity from the satisfying darkness. This album can be called a true sci-fi cult classic.
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