Irradiated Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.20/10 from 108 votes
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"Irradiés" is a science fiction novel that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where the Earth's surface has been irradiated by a nuclear disaster. The remaining survivors are forced to live underground in a network of tunnels and caves to avoid the deadly radiation.

The story follows a group of young rebels who are determined to find a way to reverse the effects of the radiation and restore the Earth to its former glory. They embark on a dangerous journey to the surface, facing mutated creatures and hostile factions along the way.

As they uncover the truth behind the disaster and the government's involvement, they must make difficult choices that will determine the fate of humanity. "Irradiés" is a thrilling tale of survival, betrayal, and redemption in a world on the brink of destruction.

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Twentieth Century Fox Fanfare
Opening Credits
The Mummy Is Released
Kill Joseph Whemple
The Mummy Kills Sir Giles
Temple Of Evil
End Credits
The Landing (Island in the Sky)
Main Theme from Frankenstein (From "Frankenstein")
Final Confrontation / Finale
The Murder
The Rainstorm
The Knife
The Cellar
Murder At The United Nations
The Prison
Gort's Rage
La Maschera Del Demonio (Titoli)
Macabra Sepoltura E Apparizione Di Katia
Kruvajan, Morto Vivente
Passaggio Segreto
Des phares dans la nuit
The Creature Form The Black Lagoon
Son of Dracula, Main Title: Main Title
The Ghost of Frankenstein: Death of the Unholy Three
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (restored and reconstructed by J. Morgan): The Dance of Death
The Son Of Kong: Main Title
The Son Of Kong: The Styracosaur
The Son Of Kong: Finale
Frankenstein Main Title - Feat. Bernhard Kaun - Bonus Track
House of Frankenstein (orch. J. Morgan and W. T. Stromberg): Gruesome Twosome Escape
House of Frankenstein (orch. J. Morgan and W. T. Stromberg): Strangulation
House of Frankenstein (orch. J. Morgan and W. T. Stromberg): Dracula Destoyed
House of Frankenstein (orch. J. Morgan and W. T. Stromberg): The Ruins
House of Frankenstein (orch. J. Morgan and W. T. Stromberg): The Moon is Full
The Invisible Man Returns (orch. J. Morgan): The Ghost
Messa da Requiem: II. Dies irae
Rosemary's Baby Main Theme Vocal
Koukol Laughs
Vampire Comes
To The Cellar
Evening Mist
The Curse Of Frankenstein (Opening Credits) [From "The Curse Of Frankenstein"]
The Evil Of Frankenstein (Opening Credits) [From "The Evil Of Frankenstein"]
Teen-Age Hostage
Experiment in Terror
A Study In Terror
Main Title / The Legend Of The Hound - From The Hound Of The Baskervilles
Frankenstein Must Be Destoyed (End Credits) [From "Frankenstein Must Be Destoyed]
The Kiss of the Vampire Main Theme (From "The Kiss of the Vampire")
Ballade à Bruges
Daughters Of Darkness Ending
La morte dans la crypte
La tortura
La corsa delle bighe - Dalla colonna sonora di "Maciste l'eroe più grande del mondo"
The Band Rehearsal / Beat It, It's Alive
The Web / The Amazing Colossal Spider
The Spider Goes to Town

User reviews

William Williams

The use of electronic and industrial sounds in the music reflects the technological aspects of the novel's setting, adding a futuristic and dystopian vibe to the overall soundtrack. It enhances the sci-fi elements of the story.

Kimberly Lewis

The integration of ambient sounds and subtle cues in the soundtrack enhances the world-building of Irradiated. It helps to paint a vivid picture of the underground tunnels, the mutated creatures, and the dangers lurking in every corner.

Steven Martin

The emotional depth conveyed through the music is truly impactful, evoking a sense of hope and despair intertwined. The soundtrack effectively conveys the characters' struggles and the weight of their decisions in a world ravaged by radiation.

Linda Harris

Overall, the soundtrack of Irradiated is a crucial component in enhancing the storytelling of the novel. It elevates the emotional impact of the plot, deepens the connection to the characters, and amplifies the overall reading experience.

Daniel Moore

The dynamic range of the soundtrack is impressive, ranging from intense and action-packed tracks to more contemplative and introspective pieces. It keeps the listener engaged and mirrors the highs and lows of the characters' journey.

Elizabeth Johnson

The thematic motifs present in the music tie the different elements of the story together, creating a cohesive and immersive listening experience. The recurring themes help to underscore key moments and character developments throughout the narrative.

Timothy Mitchell

The soundtrack for Irradiated failed to capture the bleak and desolate atmosphere of the post-apocalyptic world depicted in the novel. Instead of enhancing the sense of danger and tension, the music felt generic and uninspired, lacking the emotional depth needed to immerse the audience in the story.

John Mitchell

The haunting melodies in the soundtrack of Irradiated perfectly capture the desolate and eerie atmosphere of the post-apocalyptic world. It creates a sense of foreboding and unease that immerses the listener in the story.

Betty Davis

Furthermore, the musical themes and motifs in Irradiated were repetitive and predictable, making it difficult to distinguish between different scenes or moments of significance. The lack of variety and originality in the soundtrack detracted from the overall impact of the narrative, failing to elevate key moments or evoke a sense of connection with the characters and their struggles.