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Peter Gabriel - Passion: Music For The Last Temptation Of Christ flac mp3 download
Title:
Passion: Music For The Last Temptation Of Christ
Musician:
Style:
Instrumental, Soundtrack, Tribal, Ambient
Released:
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MP3 album size:
1667 mb
FLAC album size:
1379 mb
Other formats:
MP1 APE DMF VOC AC3 AIFF MIDI
Rating:
4.6 ✪

Tracklist

1 The Feeling Begins 4:00
2 Gethsemane 1:24
3 Of These, Hope 3:56
4 Lazarus Raised 1:25
5 Of These, Hope - Reprise 2:44
6 In Doubt 1:31
7 A Different Drum 4:40
8 Zaar 4:52
9 Troubled 2:54
10 Open 3:29
11 Before Night Falls 2:20
12 With This Love 3:38
13 Sandstorm 3:02
14 Stigmata 2:28
15 Passion 7:38
16 With This Love - Choir 3:21
17 Wall Of Breath 2:28
18 The Promise Of Shadows 2:11
19 Disturbed 3:37
20 It Is Accomplished 2:55
21 Bread And Wine 2:19

Notes

Remastered; standard jewel case.
Inlay contains some new artwork.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 606949327323

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RWCD1, 353 539-222 Peter Gabriel Passion ‎(CD, Album) Real World Records, Real World Records RWCD1, 353 539-222 Europe 1989
100 Peter Gabriel Passion ‎(21xFile, FLAC) Society of Sound Music 100 UK 2016
RWCD1, RWLCD1, 0777 7 86371 2 7 Peter Gabriel Passion ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Real World Records , Real World Records , Virgin RWCD1, RWLCD1, 0777 7 86371 2 7 Russia 2011
RWMC 1 Peter Gabriel Passion ‎(Cass, Album) Virgin, Helicon Records RWMC 1 Israel 1989
GEFSD 24206 Peter Gabriel Passion - Music For The Last Temptation Of Christ ‎(CD, Album, RE) Geffen Records GEFSD 24206 Canada Unknown

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Reviews:
  • santa
I want to say this right off the bat: I have strong theological and spiritual objections to The Last Temptation of Christ, either the Nikos Kazantakis novel and the Martin Scorsese film adaptation. In a nutshell, it's the right struggle but embodied in the wrong person. Now having said that, I can appreciate both novel and film as works of art and can see the craftsmanship of both were executed on the highest order. In the case of the film, a significant part of it is in the score Peter Gabriel provides. What's wonderful about Passion as an album is that you can listen to it as pure music apart from any film connotations. Of course you can't avoid it if you've seen the film. But this is the mark of a great film score when it can work just as well without the film as it does with it. When you hear it as music, you get the feeling of a spiritual journey and everything that occurs: doubt, uncertainty, melancholy, anguish, fear, happiness, joy and transcendence. And of course the synthesis of many different and distinct elements - various worlds of music especially from northern Africa, the Middle East, south Asia and southeastern Europe, some general ambient tendencies, Western chorales and even some "pop sensibility" through its production techniques and digital sampling - is fascinating. Gabriel allows each part to be its own entity but they all work for the same goal. The end result is a very moving work that's truly timeless and yet of its time. It's "functional" in that it was commissioned as a film score and yet transcends mere "film score" designation and is something more. (I dare you to hear this and *not* think of the music for the Halo game series). And all in all, it is one of the best musical representations of man's spiritual journey (even if the source of the commission is theologically improper)
  • Yramede
Great review. Thanks. Do you recommend any other scores for listening like this?
  • Puchock
I only mentioned the film in the manner that I did in order to provide context, both for the music itself and my personal experience. I also wanted to make the point that in spite of having severe reservations about the film - and by extension its source novel - it doesn't taint in any way the music.
  • Monin
I dont know why djproject has chosen to give a film review here but that aside, i agree with him in that this "soundtrack" totally works as an album in its own right.I love P.G. and he has pretty much never made a bad record. I have never even seen the film and have no wish to but this is one of the best things PG has ever done.Its bloody beautiful, haunting, spiritual, sombre, happy, bloody everything.Its been sampled by a few people as well. One of the best soundtracks ever and a must for anyone who likes PG and hasnt heard it5 million stars