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Remember

by Rick Holets

Original Music from the Sci-Fi Thriller "Remember". A fantastic fusion of orchestral energy and hybrid electronic elements, this soundtrack takes you on an emotional and exciting journey to the not-so-distant future.
Genre: Classical: Film Music
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1. People's Plight Richard D Holets & Kelsey L Holets
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2. The Pillars Richard D Holets
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3. Tom Again Richard D Holets & Kelsey L Holets
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4. The Bust Richard D Holets
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5. Wendy's Lullaby Richard D Holets
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6. Choose Whom You Will Serve Richard D Holets
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7. Welcome Back Richard D Holets
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8. Make a Difference Richard D Holets
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9. Illicit Activities Richard D Holets
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10. Wendy Richard D Holets
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11. War Room Richard D Holets
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12. Good Carl, Bad Carl Richard D Holets
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13. A Change in Strategy Richard D Holets
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14. Investigating the Onoways Richard D Holets
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15. You're the One Richard D Holets
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16. The Truth Richard D Holets
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17. Prison Break Richard D Holets
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18. I Seem to Have Lost My Pass Richard D Holets
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19. Belly of the Beast Richard D Holets
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20. The Ambush Richard D Holets
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21. This Is My Family Richard D Holets & Kelsey L Holets
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22. Into the Mountains Richard D Holets
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23. End Credits Richard D Holets
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24. Memories Richard D Holets
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Artist:
Rick Holets is an independent Christian film and media composer from Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he works and lives with his beautiful wife and daughters.

Rick scribbled the score for his first original piece of piano music at age 8. It was the beginning of a consuming love for creating and performing music. His experience includes 12 years of classical piano instruction, self directed studies in improvisation and music theory, and even some time spent playing guitar and mandolin in the Desert Skies folk band.

The Story:

Captain Carl Onoway is an enforcer for a future totalitarian state, who takes memory blocking drugs so he won’t remember that HE is the one breaking kids free and reuniting them with their parents.

In the year 2050 we are recovering from a catastrophic economic disaster, and population implosion. We take memory blocking drugs to cope, trade our freedom for security, and have given the state control of all children at birth to ensure that they all become contributing members of society. Captain Carl Onoway’s job is to protect children from adults who attempt to break free from society’s mould and reunite with their children.
Following a traumatic incident Carl, receives a series of unusual messages that challenge him to remember his past, question his beliefs about families and lead him to play a double role that not even he himself suspects. What is a man to do when he finds himself on the right side of the laws of man, but on the wrong side of the truth?


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Stephen Nasby

Not completely real, but well done
The title of my review is trying to speak on the issue that I believe home musicians face (and I blame myself just as much being in that position). And that is, the ability to make music that sounds real - as in a guitar sounds like a real guitar, a trumpet sounds like a real trumpet, etc. Most home studio composers don't have the ability to play all the real instruments they write their music for nor the luxury to pay to have musicians play the parts. So, they have to rely on Virtual Instruments, which can sound very good, middle of the road, or quite poor. There are moments on some of the tracks on this album where the virtual instrument sound is noticeable and distracts me a little. The writing of the music is excellent, but the fakeness of the instrument just can't convey quite what a real, well played instrument could do for certain segments of a song (if you don't know what I mean, listen to music by Kenny G and then try to play one of his songs with a fake saxophone sound - which would you rather listen to? :). But, thankfully, this is not an issue very often. The composer has some wonderful melodies and for the most part, creates that real sound throughout the album to such a degree that I would say, this album gives a sample of how well someone with some equipment in their home and the God-given talent to know how to use it can produce some beautiful music. Well done.

Gordon Weir

Evocative Score
The soundtrack music for this movie is very evocative, and suits the mood of the movie excellently. In a movie situation, one tends to concentrate on the theme, the characters, or the plot, while the music is just "there", lending ambience but generally sitting in the background, only noticed subliminally. But being able to listen to the score in its own right brings out nuances that are often missed in the context of the movie. That is certainly the case here: I found the album most enjoyable -- it is one that I will listen to often.

Beth

Very Compelling
Rick did an excellent job of composing a musical score, which captures the various moods and momentum of the Remember movie! He creates compelling melodies, carrying the listener through a range of emotions, from the intense action pieces to the more nostalgic themes. Rick is a gifted composer.

Carol

Great music
Well done!! Thanks for your hard work in producing such good music for a great movie. Although Stephen Nasby commented on the virtual instruments being a distraction, I did not find it to be such a distraction. I thought it blended very well with the sci-fi movie plot and the eeriness and forboding of what could happen in the future. We hope and pray nothing like the movie happens in real life!! I think both the movie and the music fit very well together and a fantastic job was done by all!