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Breaking and Entering: Music from the Film is the soundtrack album for the film Breaking and Entering and was released by V2 Records on November 6, 2006, almost two months before the film's theatrical release in the . The musical score is the result of a collaboration between Underworld and Gabriel Yared.

Listen to music from Underworld & Gabriel Yared like Primrose Hill, A Thing Happens & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Underworld & Gabriel Yared. A collaboration between electronica pioneers Underworld and Academy Award winning composer Gabriel Yared for the 2006 Anthony Minghella film Breaking & Entering starring Jude Law, Martin Freeman, Juliette Binoche, Ray Winstone and Robin Wright Penn.

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The film featured "Dark & Long (Dark Train)", as well as the band's most commercially successful track to date, "Born Slippy. NUXX", which was originally released only as a B-side of a single and does not appear on the Second Toughest album. The single and the album showed Underworld maturing as a trio, mixing elements of techno, house, drum and bass and experimental music. NUXX" is one of Underworld's best-known tracks and is celebrated as one of the greatest dance tracks of the decade  . Later in 2006, the band teamed up with Gabriel Yared to compose the music score to Anthony Minghella's film Breaking and Entering. The soundtrack was released in the UK on 6 November, and in the USA on 5 December.

The stunning and atmospheric film score was written by electronic masterminds Underworld in collaboration with legendary composer Gabriel Yared (The English Patient, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Cold Mountain).

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Main article: Breaking and Entering (soundtrack). Gabriel Yared and Underworld collaborated on the film's original music score. The site's consensus reads: "This class warfare drama feels contrived and superficial: characters don't act logically as the movie manipulates them towards deconstructing various social issues

Tracklist

A Thing Happens 3:35
St Pancras 4:24
Sad Amira 3:38
Monkey One 2:18
Not Talking 1:54
Hungerford Bridge 1:53
We Love Bea 1:53
Happy Toast 3:43
Monkey Two 4:38
Will And Amira 2:54
Primrose Hill 2:22
So-Ree 3:08
Mending Things 2:35
Broken Entered 3:27
Piano Modal 1:28
Counterpoint Hang Pulse 13:29

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VVR1043552 Underworld And Gabriel Yared Underworld And Gabriel Yared - Breaking And Entering (Music From The Film) ‎(CD, Album) V2 VVR1043552 Europe 2006
63881-27350-2 Underworld And Gabriel Yared Underworld And Gabriel Yared - Breaking And Entering ‎(CD, Album) V2 63881-27350-2 US 2006
V2CP 310 Underworld & Gabriel Yared Underworld & Gabriel Yared - Breaking And Entering ‎(CD, Album) V2 V2CP 310 Japan 2006
V2CP 310 Underworld & Gabriel Yared Underworld & Gabriel Yared - Breaking And Entering ‎(CD, Album, Promo) V2 V2CP 310 Japan 2006
VVR1043552P Underworld And Gabriel Yared Underworld And Gabriel Yared - Breaking And Entering ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car) V2 VVR1043552P Europe 2006
63881 -27350-2 Underworld And Gabriel Yared Underworld And Gabriel Yared - Breaking And Entering ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) V2 63881 -27350-2 Russia 2006
none Gabriel Yared, Underworld Gabriel Yared, Underworld - Breaking And Entering ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) The Weinstein Company, Miramax, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer none UK 2006
none Gabriel Yared, Underworld Gabriel Yared, Underworld - Breaking And Entering ‎(CDr, Promo) Not On Label none US 2006

Underworld And Gabriel Yared - Breaking And Entering (Music From The Film) FLAC album

Performer: Underworld

Title: Breaking And Entering (Music From The Film)

Country: Europe

Date of release: 2006

Style: Score, Downtempo, Minimal, Ambient

Genre: Electronic / Screen

Size MP3: 1407 mb

Size FLAC: 1902 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 284

Other Formats: TTA VOX AUD AAC MP1 XM DMF

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I must confess that I only picked this up cheap second-hand, quite some time after its release, mainly for the sake of completeness in my Underworld collection; I had no idea what to expect from the content but just a couple of tracks into my first listen I found myself thinking "I'm really glad I got this!" A far cry from the majority of Underworld's previous contributions to movie soundtracks - solid dancefloor tracks like 'Born Slippy .Nuxx', 'Dark Train', 'Moaner', 'Cowgirl' and 'Pearl's Girl' - this is effectively an atmospheric and ambient LP from the duo, working here in partnership with Oscar-winning composer Gabriel Yared. The pieces here are thoughtful and often quite beautiful, led by acoustic guitar, strings or piano (as a fan of Harold Budd and Roger Eno I particularly like the piano-ambience). The compositions are mostly beatless, although some have gentle percussive elements, and are without lyrics, with only occasional vocal sounds on a couple of tracks; they're also sequenced together smoothly, running for just under an hour in total and giving a very listenable whole (in contrast to some soundtrack albums). Anthony Minghella, the movie's writer/director and a frequent collaborator with Yared, provides five pages of sleeve-notes about the project and cites Underworld's 2002 album-track 'Ess Gee' as being a major influence on his screenplay. Soon after buying the CD I made a point of renting the movie to hear the music in context. Minghella's commentary on the DVD provides some further insights - he explains that he has to "find the sound of a film" before being able to write for its characters and that he wanted the score to create a "restrained and muted world" with a "modesty" to it. He reiterates the importance of the "uninflected" sounds of 'Ess Gee' during the writing process and how it led him to contact Underworld. Initially he intended them to work only as producers but evidently they started collaborating on actually making music with Yared almost immediately, despite his usual reluctance to work with other musicians. Minghella describes the end result as being "insidious, beautiful, careful [and] delicate", liking the way that it "doesn't tell you what to think", adding that it's the only soundtrack from his film-making career that he listens to away from the movie - and I'd recommend doing the same to appreciate it fully.
Dancing Lion
I must confess that I only picked this up cheap second-hand, quite some time after its release, mainly for the sake of completeness in my Underworld collection; I had no idea what to expect from the content but just a couple of tracks into my first listen I found myself thinking "I'm really glad I got this!" A far cry from the majority of Underworld's previous contributions to movie soundtracks - solid dancefloor tracks like 'Born Slippy .Nuxx', 'Dark Train', 'Moaner', 'Cowgirl' and 'Pearl's Girl' - this is effectively an atmospheric and ambient LP from the duo, working here in partnership with Oscar-winning composer Gabriel Yared. The pieces here are thoughtful and often quite beautiful, led by acoustic guitar, strings or piano (as a fan of Harold Budd and Roger Eno I particularly like the piano-ambience). The compositions are mostly beatless, although some have gentle percussive elements, and are without lyrics, with only occasional vocal sounds on a couple of tracks; they're also sequenced together smoothly, running for just under an hour in total and giving a very listenable whole (in contrast to some soundtrack albums). Anthony Minghella, the movie's writer/director and a frequent collaborator with Yared, provides five pages of sleeve-notes about the project and cites Underworld's 2002 album-track 'Ess Gee' as being a major influence on his screenplay. Soon after buying the CD I made a point of renting the movie to hear the music in context. Minghella's commentary on the DVD provides some further insights - he explains that he has to "find the sound of a film" before being able to write for its characters and that he wanted the score to create a "restrained and muted world" with a "modesty" to it. He reiterates the importance of the "uninflected" sounds of 'Ess Gee' during the writing process and how it led him to contact Underworld. Initially he intended them to work only as producers but evidently they started collaborating on actually making music with Yared almost immediately, despite his usual reluctance to work with other musicians. Minghella describes the end result as being "insidious, beautiful, careful [and] delicate", liking the way that it "doesn't tell you what to think", adding that it's the only soundtrack from his film-making career that he listens to away from the movie - and I'd recommend doing the same to appreciate it fully.