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Ralfe Band - Bunny and the Bull

  by Jamie Rowland

published: 6 / 3 / 2010



Ralfe Band - Bunny and the Bull
Label: Ghost Ship
Format: CD

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Emotive and heavily European-influenced soundtrack from the Oxford-based Ralfe Band to new indie film


For 'Mighty Boosh' director Paul King’s movie debut, Ralfe Band created a soundtrack that brings together a range of European styles and influences to compliment the road-trip in the narrative to 'Bunny and the Bull'. Even with all these disparate influences, however, the sound is still very much that found on Ralfe Band’s two previous recordings, 'Swords' (2005) and 'Attic Thieves' (2008). Bunny and the Bull’s soundtrack is reminiscent of the film work of composers Jon Brion and Yann Tiersen; emotive, affecting, and equally enjoyable heard as part of the film or as an entity unto itself. 22 tracks that, while short, are undeniably sweet.



Track Listing:-
1 Bunny And The Bull Title Theme
2 Stephen
3 Museum
4 Atlantis Rising
5 Shut Inside
6 Fairground Waltz
7 Snow Song
8 Attics
9 Crab Eating
10 Captain Crab
11 Snow Climb
12 Cocktails
13 Attila The Dog Man
14 Under The Ice
15 Fiesta Song
16 It Is A Dance
17 Eloisa
18 Mechanical Bull
19 Bull Dance
20 Shut Inside Again
21 Stephen's Finale
22 Our Fighting Was Done



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