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Title - 'The Commuter' (Soundtrack)
Artist - Roque Banos

From the director of The Shallows and Non-Stop comes his newest action thriller, 'The Commuter'.

Liam Neeson stars as a businessman who gets caught up in a criminal conspiracy to uncover the identity of a targeted passenger during his train commute home.

The movie also stars Vera Farmiga, Sam Neill, Patrick Wilson and Elizabeth McGovern.

The soundtrack has been composed by the highly acclaimed composer Roque Banos (Evil Dead, Don’t Breathe). Out now via Varese Sarabande, 'The Commuter' is a speeding train of a soundtrack that accompanies the journey of the actual commuter perfectly.

1. A Commuter’s Trip (5:02)
2. Back Home Down (4:33)
3. One Little Thing (3:17)
4. They Are Watching You (2:50)
5. Murdered For Help (4:10)
6. Zone 7 Tickets (4:21)
7. A Suspicious Man (2:02)
8. The Seek Starts (3:45)
9. A Beautiful Family (4:17)
10. Moving Vagons (4:34)
11. Do Not Stop The Train (4:02)
12. Finding The Witness (4:32)
13. The Train Wreck (4:36)
14. I Won’t Let Them Hurt You (9:02)
15. Who Is Prince? (5:42)
16. The End Of The Line (5:01)

Each of the 16 tracks, as hinted to above, fit this cinematic train ride just perfectly. Sometimes you can get just a so-so score to accompany such a high speed flick, but not here. For here, Banos has woven together one of the best scores in the past decade.

The opening track, for instance, 'A Commuter’s Trip' is a sheer jaunty delight to behold, whereas the vibrant 'Murdered For Help' and the pulsating, edgy duo of both 'Moving Vagons' and 'Do Not Stop The Train' enable the listener to stay close to the edge of their collective seats.

Roque Baños López (born 1968) is a Spanish music composer whose place of birth is Jumilla, a municipality in the Spanish region of Murcia. Baños graduated from Boston's Berklee College of Music in 1995 and has since scored both Spanish and English-language films.

He has received numerous awards for his compositional work, including the Spanish Goya Award for Best Original Score in both 2008 and 2009.

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