Abandoning his alt rock band Pop Will Eat Itself to start a life as a soundtrack composer, instrumental renaissance man Clint Mansell debuted with the score for Darren Aronofsky’s Pi in 1996 and continued on to produce every Aronofsky score since, earning cult status thanks to the chillingly beautiful “Lux Aeterna” from Requiem for a Dream. With haunting violins, solemn synths, and droning bass lines, each Mansell composition is uniquely arresting, and meant to be experienced on the big screen or big stage.
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