Twister Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.50/10 from 216000 votes
Tags: crashing a car into a house, drive in movie
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Title in Italiano:

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Title in Português:

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Synopsis

The year is 1969. In Oklahoma County, thunderstorms roll across an open plain, and in a remote farmhouse young Jo and her family are about to go to sleep, but her father is watching a tornado warning on TV. The TV warns that the imminent tornado may be an F5, the strongest known. Not long after the family reaches the storm cellar the huge twister hits, passing right over top of them & killing her father.

27 years later, Jo is now a storm scientist, trying to develop a tornado warning system with her soon-to-be-ex, Bill Harding. Multiple attempts fail for one reason or another, and their team sees a tremendous amount of damage & death. Then, one time, they find themselves In the damage path of a huge F5 tornado. Can they succeed in launching their test equipment, then escape the deadly storm in time?

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Twister
Talula (BT's Tornado Mix)
Tori Amos: Writer
Tori Amos: Performer
Motherless Child
Eric Clapton: Performer
Darling Pretty
Mark Knopfler: Writer
Mark Knopfler: Performer
Twisted
Lindsey Buckingham: Produced
Stevie Nicks: Writer
Stevie Nicks: Performer
Melancholy Mechanics
Rick Rubin: Produced
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Performer
Anthony Kiedis: Writer
She Ain't Coming Back
Chris Lindsey: Writer
Joe Diffie: Performer
Virtual Reality
Michael Glabicki: Lyrics
Rusted Root: Performer
Rusted Root: Produced
No One Needs to Know
Shania Twain: Writer
Shania Twain: Performer
Mutt Lange: Produced
Child in Time
Ritchie Blackmore: Writer
Deep Purple: Performer
Oklahoma
Richard Rodgers: Writer
Long Way Down
Johnny Rzeznik: Writer
Goo Goo Dolls: Performer
Miss This
David Pirner: Writer
Soul Asylum: Produced
Soul Asylum: Performer
Broken
Tanya Donelly: Writer
Belly: Performer
See the Sky Again
Edwin McCain: Writer
Edwin McCain: Performer
Humans Being
Van Halen: Performer
Edward Van Halen: Writer
Bruce Fairbairn: Produced
How
Lisa Loeb: Writer
Juan Patino: Produced
Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories: Performer
Moments Like This
Michael McDonald: Lyrics
Alison Krauss: Performer
Viktor Krauss: Performer
Viktor Krauss: Produced
De Natura Sonoris No. 1
Love Affair
Alan Bergman: Lyrics
Ennio Morricone: Performer
Patrick Leonard: Produced
k.d. lang: Additional production
k.d. lang: Performer
Respect The Wind
Edward Van Halen: Writer
Edward Van Halen: Producer
Edward Van Halen: Performer
William Tell Overture
Wheatfield (Film Version)**
Mark Mancina: Performer
The Hunt Begins**
Mark Mancina: Performer
The Sky**
Mark Mancina: Performer
Dorothy IV (Film Version)
Mark Mancina: Performer
The First Twister*
Mark Mancina: Performer
In the Ditch / Where's My Truck?
Mark Mancina: Performer
Waterspouts**
Mark Mancina: Performer
Cow
Mark Mancina: Performer
Walk in the Woods*
Mark Mancina: Performer
Bob's Road
Mark Mancina: Performer
Hail No!
Mark Mancina: Performer
Futility (Film Version)
Mark Mancina: Performer
Drive-in Twister**
Mark Mancina: Performer
Wakita (Film Version)**
Mark Mancina: Performer
Sculptures (Film Version)
Mark Mancina: Performer
House Visit
Mark Mancina: Performer
The Big Suck (Film Version)**
Mark Mancina: Performer
End Title**
Mark Mancina: Performer
ADDITIONAL MUSIC: Wheatfield (Alternate)
Mark Mancina: Performer
ADDITIONAL MUSIC: Waterspouts (Alternate)**
Mark Mancina: Performer
ADDITIONAL MUSIC: The Big Suck (Alternate)
Mark Mancina: Performer
ADDITIONAL MUSIC: End Title / Respect the Wind§
Mark Mancina: Performer
Wheatfield
Mark Mancina: Performer
Where's My Truck?
Mark Mancina: Performer
Futility
Mark Mancina: Performer
Downdraft
Mark Mancina: Performer
Drive In
Mark Mancina: Performer
The Big Suck
Mark Mancina: Performer
Going Green
Mark Mancina: Performer
Sculptures
Mark Mancina: Performer
Ditch
Mark Mancina: Performer
Wakita
Mark Mancina: Performer
We're Almost There
Mark Mancina: Performer
Dorothy IV
Mark Mancina: Performer
Mobile Home
Mark Mancina: Performer
God's Finger
Mark Mancina: Performer
William Tell Overture / Oklahoma Medley (Todd Field, Wendle Joesepher)
Mark Mancina: Performer
End Title / Respect The Wind (Edward VanHalen, Alex VanHalen)
Mark Mancina: Performer
Main Title (from The Towering Inferno)
Jerry Goldsmith: Performer
Planting The Charges And Finale (from The Towering Inferno)
Jerry Goldsmith: Performer
An Architect's Dream (from The Towering Inferno)
Jerry Goldsmith: Performer
Suite (from Twister)
Jerry Goldsmith: Performer
Main Title (from Earthquake)
Jerry Goldsmith: Performer
End Title (from The Swarm)
Jerry Goldsmith: Performer
Main Title (from The Poseidon Adventure)
Jerry Goldsmith: Performer
Main Title (from Dante's Peak)
Jerry Goldsmith: Performer
March Of The Lava (from Volcano)
Jerry Goldsmith: Performer
They're Coming (from Outbreak)
Jerry Goldsmith: Performer
The Day We Fight Back (from Independence Day)
Jerry Goldsmith: Performer
Suite (from Titanic) - Distant Memories / Southampton / Rose / Take Her To Sea, Mr. Murdoch
Jerry Goldsmith: Performer

User reviews

Deborah Wright
8/10

The soundtrack of Twister perfectly captures the intensity and suspense of storm chasing, creating a thrilling and immersive experience for the audience.

Kenneth White
9/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Twister is a masterful work of art that elevates the film to a whole new level. It immerses the viewers in the story and enhances the emotional impact of the characters' struggles against the forces of nature.

Linda Jones
2/10

The use of outdated and cliché musical motifs in Twister detracted from the overall viewing experience. The score relied too heavily on traditional orchestral arrangements, missing an opportunity to create a more innovative and immersive sound design for such a thrilling and high-stakes narrative.

Patricia Allen
5/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Twister is a powerful and evocative companion to the film, enhancing the storytelling and emotional impact of the characters' harrowing experiences with tornadoes.

Thomas Allen
9/10

The soundtrack of Twister truly captures the intensity and emotion of the film's thrilling tornado-chasing scenes. The powerful orchestral score perfectly complements the tension and excitement as we witness the characters facing nature's wrath.

William Anderson
7/10

The music in Twister enhances the emotional impact of the film, especially during the moments of loss and triumph that Jo and her team experience throughout their journey.

Andrew Hernandez
5/10

The use of atmospheric sounds in the soundtrack of Twister adds an extra layer of realism to the storm scenes, creating a sense of foreboding and danger that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats.

Paul Martinez
8/10

The main theme of Twister is both haunting and powerful, evoking a sense of awe and danger that mirrors the destructive force of the tornadoes depicted in the movie.

Kimberly Hernandez
6/10

The dynamic range of the soundtrack in Twister allows for moments of quiet reflection as well as explosive action, creating a well-rounded listening experience that mirrors the emotional journey of the characters.

Patricia Allen
5/10

The sound design in Twister plays a crucial role in immersing the audience in the stormy world of the film, with each thunderous crash and howling wind adding to the overall sense of realism.

Karen Phillips
5/10

The music in Twister effectively builds suspense and anticipation, heightening the excitement of the chase sequences and keeping the audience engaged throughout.

Donna Hall
8/10

The use of traditional instruments mixed with electronic elements in the soundtrack of Twister creates a unique and dynamic sound that complements the visuals of the film.

Nancy Evans
7/10

The emotional depth of the music in Twister enhances the storytelling, especially during the scenes that depict Jo's personal journey from a traumatic childhood experience to becoming a respected storm scientist.

Robert Scott
10/10

Each musical piece in the soundtrack effectively builds suspense and adds depth to the on-screen drama. The use of haunting melodies and dynamic rhythms enhances the action sequences, making the audience feel the adrenaline rush of the storm chasing experience.

Donna Smith
5/10

The soundtrack of Twister perfectly captures the tension and adrenaline of storm chasing scenes, making the audience feel like they are right in the middle of the action.

Emily Robinson
4/10

The soundtrack of Twister did not effectively capture the intensity and chaos of the tornado scenes. The music felt generic and uninspired, failing to enhance the suspense and danger of the storm sequences.

Betty Baker
8/10

The sound design and music in Twister work together seamlessly to create a cohesive and immersive audio-visual experience that keeps the audience engaged from start to finish.

Ronald Lopez
5/10

The seamless integration of rock and electronic music in the soundtrack of Twister reflects the fast-paced and chaotic nature of storm chasing, enhancing the overall intensity of the film.

Robert Lee
5/10

The emotional depth of the music in Twister enhances the heartbreaking moments, such as when Jo's father dies in the tornado, evoking genuine sadness and sympathy from the viewers.

Matthew Wilson
8/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Twister is a standout element of the film, showcasing the talent and creativity of the composers in crafting a score that elevates the storytelling and action on screen.

Charles Lopez
7/10

The soundtrack of Twister effectively builds tension and excitement during the storm chasing sequences, making the audience feel like they are right there in the midst of the action.

Betty Anderson
6/10

The thematic motifs in the music of Twister help to underscore the resilience and determination of the characters, highlighting their courage in the face of extreme danger and adversity.

Karen Jackson
5/10

The epic orchestral score in Twister amplifies the grandeur and power of the tornadoes, turning them into formidable forces of nature that are both awe-inspiring and terrifying.