The X-Files: I Want to Believe: Original Motion Picture Score

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The X-Files: I Want to Believe: Original Motion Picture Score
Soundtrack album by Mark Snow
Released July 22, 2008
Genre Soundtrack
Label Decca Records
X-Files chronology
The X-Files: Fight the Future: The Album
(1998)
The X-Files: I Want to Believe: Original Motion Picture Score
(2008)

The X-Files: I Want to Believe: Original Motion Picture Score is an original film score composed and performed by Mark Snow for the motion picture The X-Files: I Want to Believe. It contains a remixed version of the theme tune by Unkle.

Track listing[edit]

The soundtrack to The X-Files: I Want to Believe Soundtrack was released on July 22, 2008.

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Moonrise"   Mark Snow 3:40
2. "No Cures / Looking For Fox"   Mark Snow 2:50
3. "The Trip to DC"   Mark Snow 3:48
4. "Father Joe"   Mark Snow 1:31
5. "What If You're Wrong / Sister"   Mark Snow 3:58
6. "Ybara the Strange / Waterboard"   Mark Snow 2:25
7. "Can't Sleep / Ice Field"   Mark Snow 2:34
8. "March and Dig / Girl in the Box"   Mark Snow 4:57
9. "A Higher Conscious"   Mark Snow 5:28
10. "The Surgery"   Mark Snow 2:14
11. "Good Luck"   Mark Snow 1:35
12. "Seizure / Attempted Escape"   Mark Snow 1:54
13. "Foot Chase"   Mark Snow 3:34
14. "Mountain Montage / The Plow"   Mark Snow 1:44
15. "Photo Evidence"   Mark Snow 2:46
16. "The Preparation"   Mark Snow 1:35
17. "Tranquilized"   Mark Snow 1:46
18. "The Axe Post"   Mark Snow 2:53
19. "Box Theme"   Mark Snow 1:41
20. "Home Again"   Mark Snow 4:17
21. "X-Files (UNKLE Variation)"   Mark Snow 5:51
22. "Broken"   UNKLE Feat. Gavin Clark 4:43
23. "Dying 2 Live"   Xzibit 4:03
Total length:
71:47

Trust No One Documentary[edit]

In the documentary included in the "Ultimate X-Phile Edition" of The X-Files: I Want To Believe DVD, it shows that some of the unusual sounds were created by a variation of silly putty and dimes tucked in between and over the strings of the piano.

Mark Snow also comments that the fast percussion featured in some tracks was inspired by the track 'Prospectors Quartet' from the There Will Be Blood soundtrack.

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