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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

by Various Artists

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Various Artists

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

by Various Artists

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Label: Hunger Games 2/Catching Fire
The long-awaited sequel to The Hunger Games comes with a pretty apt soundtrack -- what else evokes a dystopian future like all different configurations of electronic folk music? This means chart-topping teenager Lorde giving Tears for Fears' classic "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" a grim reading fit for a Tim Burton musical, while the earthy yet arena-sized likes of Patti Smith, The Lumineers and The National are sandwiched between futurist melodrama from The Weeknd and Phantogram. Best of all is Mikky Ekko's sing-songy "Place for Us." A curious mix indeed, but it works.

About This Album

The long-awaited sequel to The Hunger Games comes with a pretty apt soundtrack -- what else evokes a dystopian future like all different configurations of electronic folk music? This means chart-topping teenager Lorde giving Tears for Fears' classic "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" a grim reading fit for a Tim Burton musical, while the earthy yet arena-sized likes of Patti Smith, The Lumineers and The National are sandwiched between futurist melodrama from The Weeknd and Phantogram. Best of all is Mikky Ekko's sing-songy "Place for Us." A curious mix indeed, but it works.

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About This Album

The long-awaited sequel to The Hunger Games comes with a pretty apt soundtrack -- what else evokes a dystopian future like all different configurations of electronic folk music? This means chart-topping teenager Lorde giving Tears for Fears' classic "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" a grim reading fit for a Tim Burton musical, while the earthy yet arena-sized likes of Patti Smith, The Lumineers and The National are sandwiched between futurist melodrama from The Weeknd and Phantogram. Best of all is Mikky Ekko's sing-songy "Place for Us." A curious mix indeed, but it works.