Girl With the Dragon Tattoo Stems

Photo by Rob Sheridan, L.A. Times

This just in: Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have made the stems from five Girl With the Dragon Tattoo cues available at Tunecore. They’re up until March 31st, 2012, so download and enjoy.

Aslo, if you like these two, the L.A. Times  interviewed Reznor back in December.

Incidentally, I haven’t seen The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
yet, but I plan to sometime this week. I’m rapidly getting caught up on my list of possible best scores of 2011, and I’ll fill you all in soon. (For the record, I’m not anticipating GWDT will make the list, but Trent and Atticus did win the Oscar last year, so I feel obliged to consider it.)


  1. Stax

    What Trent and Atticus did last year to Social Network man can hardly named “the score”. Suprisingly, this soundtrack is lot better in the meaning how it works in the movie and the language of sound and visual side.

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  2. Jeff Tolbert

    Saw GWtDT last night. Liked it a lot. The original Swedish film felt like a verbatim rewrite of the book, but David Fincher did a great job of bringing his own dark magic to the story. Not a great film, but certainly an enjoyable way to spend 2-1/2 hours.

    Trent and Atticus’ score fit the film extremely well. As you likely know by now, I’m a bit old school, so a melody here and there would not have been a bad thing. Overall, however, I thought their minimalist acoustic/electronic approach worked. There were points where I would have liked less repetition and more variation, but by and large a solid effort.