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Rise of the Footsoldier Original Score

by SANDY McLELLAND & ROSS CULLUM

Release Date: 31 December 2007
Format: CD Album
Label: TheRiverMediaGroup

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Tracklisting

1 DEATH IN THE SNOW
2 LAST LAMENT
3 JIMMYíS REVENGE
4 NEMESIS
5 TORTURE FLOOR
6 LAST WORDS
7 KATEíS PLEA
8 UNDERGROUND BATTLE
9 AFTER THE FIGHT
10 FOUND IN THE SNOW
11 A PLAN UNFOLDS
12 THE TURKS
13 SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE
14 CLOSE TO THE KILL
15 PREPARING FOR WAR
16 DARK JOURNEY
17 BEFORE THE STORM
18 BROTHERS BOND A BROTHERíS GRIEF

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TRACKLISTING CONTINUED

19 PUNISHMENT
20 RED HAZE
21 FALLING APART
22 BEFORE THE BETRAYAL
23 HIJACK AND EXECUTION
24 A LIFE ENDS
25 FOOTSOLDIERS END
26 HOPE AND REVENGE ( BONUS TRACK )


Synopsis

RISE OF THE FOOTSOLDIER charts the rapid rise of Carlton Leach, from feared football hooligan to him becoming a member of one of the country's most notorious crime syndicates. Following his life over the course of three decades, the film follows Leach's career from soccer thug, through a stint as a doorman and his involvement in the early rave scene, right through to his nadir as an integral part of a gang that ruled London and Essex during the late 80s and early 90s and would culminate in the infamous shotgun deaths of three of the firm's members in Rettendon.

Overview

TheRiverMediaGroup announces the release of the score soundtrack album for the 'Rise of the Footsoldier' composed by Sandy McLelland and Ross Cullum. The third film by BAFTA nominated Julian Gilbey

'Rise of the Footsoldier' follows 'Rolliní With the Ninesí, which won 'Best UK Newcomer' at the Raindance film festival and marked the first collaboration between Gilbey and Sandy Mclelland and Ross Cullum.

The powerful and dramatic 'Rise of the Footsoldier' score features orchestral and contemporary music elements combining modern minimalist threads with a dark disturbing symphonic core. Described by the director as another character in the film, the score by turn underpins and counterpoints the dark and sombre themes of the movieís epic subject matter.

Starring Ricci Harnett, Frank Harper, Terry Stone, Roland Manookian, Billy Murray
Directed by Julian Gilbey.