Powaqqatsi

Label
Nonesuch
Release date
31 Jul 2007
Running length
18 tracks
Running time
73:24

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Serra Pelada 5:01 8,327
2 The Title 0:23 723
3 Anthem - Part 1 6:21 6,043
4 That Place 4:40 7,470
5 Anthem - Part 2 3:48 5,092
6 Mosque and Temple 4:41 6,842
7 Anthem - Part 3 8:09 4,566
8 Train to Sao Paulo 3:03 4,842
9 Video Dream 2:14 7,097
10 New Cities in Ancient Lands, China 2:47 6,024
11 New Cities in Ancient Lands, Africa 2:55 5,987
12 New Cities in Ancient Lands, India 4:41 5,525
13 The Unutterable 7:01 6,105
14 CAUGHT! 7:19 5,743
15 Mr. Suso #1 1:07 5,490
16 From Egypt 3:22 5,344
17 Mr. Suso #2 with Reflection 1:18 5,048
18 Powaqqatsi 4:34 8,030

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  • TastyDogChow

    Very exciting music, gets me very antsy whenever I listen, in the best way.

    19 May 2:01pm Reply
  • sl8221958

    I first heard this music when I saw the film. The opening sequence, the title sequence, the train sequence, the montage of people dancing and working... Those scenes and that music are burned into my memory. I've listened to this soundtrack a good bit. It's Greatness.

    29 Oct 2012 Reply
  • bruno__________

    i disagree. the music fits very well with the movie sequences, and i don't see what is tacky and dated about it at all.

    25 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Apesapiens

    Really didn't like this at all when I first heard it; I don't think it has aged well and I'd say it's easily the weakest of the Qatsi trilogy. That said, there is some good stuff here if you can look past the rather tacky, poorly integrated and very 80s 'world music' influences.

    5 Mar 2012 Reply
  • citruscorp

    who tagged this as chill-out i'm not objecting, it's just strange

    15 Dec 2009 Reply
  • Peit

    Hi

    3 Apr 2008 Reply

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