Road to Perdition Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Camino a la perdición

Title in Italiano:

Era mio padre

Title in Português:

Caminho para Perdição


1931. Mike Sullivan and Connor Rooney are two henchmen of elderly downstate IL-based Irish-American mobster John Rooney, Connor's father. In many respects, John treats Mike more as his son, who he raised as his own after Mike was orphaned, than the volatile Connor, who nonetheless sees himself as the heir apparent to the family business.

One evening, Mike's eldest son, twelve year old Michael Sullivan Jr., who has no idea what his father does for a living, witnesses Connor and his father gun down an associate and his men, the situation gone wrong initiated from an action by Connor. Caught witnessing the incident, Michael is sworn to secrecy about what he saw. Regardless, Connor, not wanting any loose ends, makes an attempt to kill Mike, his wife and their two sons.

Mike and the surviving members of his family know that they need to go on the run as Connor, who has gone into hiding, will be protected through mob loyalty, especially by John, who cannot turn on his own flesh and blood. Still, Mike has to figure out a way for retribution for what Connor did, while still protecting him and his family, not only from Connor, but from John and his fellow associates.

Through it all, Mike wants those in his family that had no say in what he chose as a living, to have some redemption for their eternal souls.

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Road to Perdition
Whose Honey Are You?
The Irish Mazurka
There'll Be Some Changes Made
Perdition - Piano Duet
Sidewalk Blues
Everybody Loves My Baby
Queer Notions
Someday Sweetheart
Alma Redemptoris Mater
There'll Be Some Changes Made
Old Torn Petticoat
John M. Williams: Performer
The Reel of Momentum
John M. Williams: Performer
John M. Williams: Performer

User reviews

Daniel Phillips

The orchestral arrangements are masterfully done, evoking a sense of tragedy and redemption that resonates with the complex characters and storyline. The use of piano and strings creates a hauntingly beautiful soundscape that stays with you long after the movie ends.

Ashley Hall

The use of orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack creates a sense of grandeur and tragedy that elevates the film to a new level of cinematic artistry.

Matthew Clark

The soundtrack of Road to Perdition perfectly captures the somber and intense atmosphere of the film, enhancing the emotional depth of the story with its haunting melodies.

Timothy Taylor

Each track on the soundtrack enhances the emotional impact of the film, drawing the audience deeper into the world of betrayal, loyalty, and revenge. The music truly elevates the storytelling and brings an added layer of poignancy to the already gripping narrative.

Daniel Moore

The soundtrack of Road to Perdition is simply mesmerizing. It perfectly captures the haunting and melancholic atmosphere of the film, adding depth and emotion to every scene.

William Robinson

The musical themes woven throughout the film serve as a powerful storytelling device, enhancing the audience's emotional connection to the characters and their struggles.

Anthony Hernandez

The score of Road to Perdition effectively conveys the inner turmoil and moral dilemmas faced by the characters, adding a profound sense of melancholy to the narrative.

William Brown

The music composed for the film beautifully reflects the complex relationships between the characters, adding a layer of depth and understanding to their motivations and actions.