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The BBC Three’s supernatural soap opera, BEING HUMAN, concerns a werewolf, vampire and ghost living together, sort of like a cross between TWILIGHT and THREE’S COMPANY. And Silva Screen Records is set to release a soundtrack this month, comprised of BAFTA nominated music composed by Richard Wells, who also did the score for ONG-BAK.
The disc is made up of a selection of songs from the first two seasons of the show. The soundtrack contains all the major themes of the first two seasons and the best selections from over five hours of music. Toby Whithouse, writer and creator of BEING HUMAN, comments: “Richard doesn’t
just compose a good soundtrack. These are haunting and beautiful pieces of
music in their own right.”
"All the important themes had to be on the album,” says Wells. ”But apart
from those there was nearly five hours of original music, so it took a long
time to work out what to include and what to leave out, while keeping it
true to BEING HUMAN. Ultimately it’s for the fans, so it was well worth
spending the time, trying to get it right.”The well-received BEING HUMAN kicked off its third series earlier this year, and also airs in the U.S. on BBC America. Then, of course, there’s the American remake that airs on the Syfy Channel. The soundtrack comes out on July 26 in the U.S. Here’s the tracklisting:
A Wonderful Thing
Box Tunnel Massacre
Spread A Little Joy
Best Night Ever
A Second Chance
Who’s Laughing Now?
Nina And George
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