A highly unconventional and creative score that serves its purpose 200%. The music is mostly played on synthesizers (by Hans Zimmer himself) and on an electric guitar (by Pete Haycock). It is simply the most energetic and action-packed music I have ever heard. A true masterpiece. An explosive mixture, which in parts resembles Zimmer's score to the European version of “K2”. Contains quiet, exquisite moments as well as fast-paced, thrilling cues. Occasionally disharmonic, but enjoyable if you give it a second listen. What in the official release is contained in the final two tracks can only be called ingenious. The very, very best passage can be found in “Too Many Notes” and runs from 2:01 to 2:31. This soundtrack even deserves praise for its self-ironic track names.
Just one recommendation: listen to this score at a very high volume, otherwise it might not push you in your seat deep enough. And yes, already think of a plausible explanation for the police that your neighbors will inevitably call...