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The Most Dangerous Game Soundtrack
Transcript of The Most Dangerous Game Soundtrack
By: Justin Kennon
Song 1: Fog Bound composed by Hans Zimmer
I chose this song because it gives you the feeling of a dark night on the seas in the beginning, and then gives you the feeling of the panic Rainsford felt when he fell into the ocean, which is quickly followed by the feeling you get when he is thrashing in the water and desperately trying to signal his yacht for help.
Song 2: The Medallion Calls composed by Hans Zimmer
I chose this song because it represents the point of the story after Rainsford has realized his yacht isn't coming back for him, so he decides to make the best of it and swim to shore. Once on shore, he finds a large house, and knocks on the door, which is when he first meets Ivan. At that point, he is temporarily scared, but General Zaroff sees him and recognizes him as a great hunter.
Song 3: Underwater March
I chose this song because it represents the feeling of eeriness/distrust when Rainsford is eating with General Zaroff. As Zaroff tells Rainsford of his childhood and journey, Rainsford slowly becomes more and more aware of the truth Zaroff was hiding. At this point, Zaroff claims that hunting became too easy for him, which is the point where he says he is a cannibal. After Zaroff tells him this statement, Rainsford continuously calls him a murderer and states that it is wrong to eat people.
I chose this song because as Rainsworth is staying, he becomes more and more paranoid of General Zaroff's actions, and is becoming afraid. This part of the story makes the reader feel paranoid and a little bit nervous.
Song 4: Let it Go by Idina Menzel
I chose this song because as Rainsford is staying, he becomes more and more paranoid of General Zaroff's actions, and is slightly scared. Later, he states he wants off the island, which is the part where he "lets it go" and admits that he is sick with Zaroff's actions.
Song 5: Jaws Theme Song
I chose this song because this is the part where Zaroff starts "The Game" with Rainsford. This part of the book conveys fearful feelings to the reader.
Song 6: Every Breath You Take by The Police
I chose this song because as Rainsford is trying to get away from Zaroff, he is trying to lose him and get him off track, but Zaroff finds him and knows where he is always.
Song 7: Tiptoe by Imagine Dragons
I chose this song because Rainsford is moving away from Zaroff he is trying to cover his path and take careful steps.
Song 8: Don't Stop Believing by Journey
I chose song because as Rainsford was struggling to lose Zaroff, he kept setting traps and slowing him down, which allowed time for him to go farther away from him.
Song 9: The Dog Days Are Over by Florence + The Machine
I chose this song because when Rainford sets the trap with spikes at the bottom of pit, one of the dogs falls in it, and its days as a dog are over.
Song 10: I Won't Give Up by Jason Mraz
I chose this song because Rainsford is consistent in setting traps and he doesn't give up no matter what is thrown at him.
Song 11: Say Something by Christina Aguilera feat. A Great Big World
I chose this song because towards the end of the three days, when General Zaroff loses Ivan and his dogs, he starts to give up and hand Rainsford the victory.
Song 12: Rocky Theme Song
I chose this song because when Rainsford wins, you get a feeling of victory and happiness, because he is the first to put a stop to Zaroff's terrible actions and prove him wrong.
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