Furia (album)

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Furia
Soundtrack album by Brian May
Released November 23, 2000
Recorded January–March 1999 at Allerton Hill and CTS Studios Wembley
Length 45:53
Label EMI
Producer Brian May
Brian May chronology
Red Special
(1998)
Furia
(2000)

La musique de Furia – Un film de Alexandre Aja is a soundtrack album written and recorded by Brian May. The film Furia was released in 1999.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Furia Theme – Opening Titles" – 4:40
  2. "First Glance (Solo Flute)" – 1:35
  3. "Landscape" – 1:14
  4. "Tango: 'Cuesta Abajo'" – 2:59
  5. "The Meeting (Solo Guitar)" – 1:35
  6. "First Kiss" – 2:03
  7. "Storm" – 2:19
  8. "Phone" – 1:07
  9. "Pursuit" – 3:45
  10. "Diner" – 1:18
  11. "Apparition" – 1:36
  12. "Arrest" – 1:28
  13. "Father and Son" – 1:34
  14. "Aaron" – 0:49
  15. "Fire" – 0:55
  16. "Gun (Solo Violin)" – 1:55
  17. "Reggae: 'Bird in Hand'" – 3:30
  18. "Killing" – 1:13
  19. "Escape" – 1:50
  20. "Go On" – 2:19
  21. "'Dream of Thee'" – 4:36
  22. "Alternative Gun" – 1:33 (bonus track)

Personnel[edit]

  • Brian May – writing, arrangement, production; vocals, guitars and keyboard programming.
  • Justin Shirley-Smith – co-producing and engineering.
  • Michael Reed – orchestrations (performed by The London Musicians Orchestra, conducted by Michael Reed)
  • Phillipa Davies – solo flute
  • Rolf Wilson – first violin
  • Dave Lee – solo horn
  • Emily May – 'apparition' vocal
  • Dick Lewzey – engineer for orchestral recording
  • Erik Jordan – assistant engineer
  • Sylvia Addison – fixer
  • Richard Ihnatowicz – copyist
  • Kevin Metcalfe and Gordon Vicary – mastering at The Soundmasters, London
  • Richard Gray – sleeve design (with Brian May), artwork
  • Jerome Trebois – front cover illustration
  • Alexandre Aja – director and producer of the film

"Tango: 'Cuesta Abajo'" written by Carlos Gardel, performed by Manuel Cedron.

"'Bird in Hand'" written by Lee Scratch Perry, performed by The Upsetters.

Liner notes: "Respect to Julio Cortázar, author of the novel Graffiti."

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