Everest Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.10/10 from 231000 votes
Tags: man versus nature
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Back in 1992, New Zealand's intrepid mountaineer, Robert "Rob" Edwin Hall, started guiding amateur climbers on Mount Everest. With his company named "Adventure Consultants", he successfully led 19 clients to the summit without a single fatality--and his 1996 Everest expedition, which consisted of eight clients and three guides--was the perfect example about the increasing demand for expeditions to the Everest. As a result, on 11 May 1996, Rob's team was joined by Scott Fischer's "Mountain Madness" company on a joint summit attempt, only to come face to face with the omnipotence of nature. In the end, when a furious blizzard struck, disaster was at hand.

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Here Comes the Hotstepper
Ini Kamoze: Performer
All I Wanna Do
Sheryl Crow: Performer
David Baerwald: Writer
Weather with You
Neil Finn: Performer
Crowded House: Performer
This Is How We Do It
Slick Rick: Performer
Montell Jordan: Performer
Double Wide Trailer
Michael Kelly: Writer

User reviews

Donna King

The seamless integration of the music with the visuals in the film enhances the overall impact of the storytelling, allowing for a truly immersive cinematic experience.

Michael Clark

The soundtrack of Everest perfectly captures the intensity and grandeur of the mountain expedition. The emotional depth of the music resonates with the triumphs and tragedies experienced by the climbers on their journey.

Paul Scott

The use of traditional instruments combined with modern orchestration creates a unique and immersive listening experience that transports me to the snowy slopes of Mount Everest.

Edward Jones

The soundtrack of Everest felt disconnected from the emotional intensity of the story, failing to evoke the sense of danger and drama present in the expedition. It lacked the depth and gravitas needed to truly capture the harrowing experience faced by the climbers.

Stephanie Harris

The emotional depth of the music resonates with the tragic events that unfolded during the expedition, eliciting a strong sense of empathy and reflection.

Betty Baker

The dynamic range of the soundtrack, from quiet moments of contemplation to intense, adrenaline-pumping sequences, keeps me engaged and invested in the narrative.

Edward Jackson

The hauntingly beautiful melodies in the Everest soundtrack perfectly capture the sense of adventure and danger present in the story of Rob Hall's fateful 1996 expedition.

Elizabeth Jackson

Each note in the soundtrack evokes a sense of awe and reverence for the majestic beauty of Mount Everest. The powerful orchestral compositions mirror the physical and emotional challenges faced by the characters, creating a truly immersive listening experience.

Linda Carter

Margaret Allen

The musical choices in Everest seemed repetitive and uninspired, not adding any significant value to the overall viewing experience. Instead of enhancing the scenes and creating a sense of tension, the soundtrack felt like an afterthought, falling short of creating a memorable and impactful auditory backdrop for the film.

John Green

Overall, the Everest soundtrack stands out as a powerful and evocative musical composition that effectively enhances the emotional journey of the characters and the audience alike.

David Taylor

The haunting melodies and soaring crescendos in the soundtrack of Everest stay with you long after the music has ended, leaving a lasting impact on the listener. This soundtrack is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit in the face of nature's unforgiving power.