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Track Listing:

1
Don't Think It Don't Say It
 
2
Mr. Daisy's House
 
3
In the Basement
 
4
Snowfall
 
5
Elliot & Sasha
 
6
Two Coins
 
7
Full Moon
 
8
Seance
 
9
On the Wall
 
10
The Gloomsinger
 
11
I Heard It
 
12
You Went Away There for a Second
 
13
Noise in the Basement
 
14
The Library
 
15
Who Did You Tell?
 
16
Scratch Out the Name
 
17
Losing Track of Time
 
18
The Train
 
19
He's Coming for Me
 
20
Crime Scene
 
21
Sasha's Not Feeling Well
 
22
Interrogation
 
23
I'm Having Strange Thoughts
 
24
Putting the Pieces Together
 
25
The Day My Life Went Turn, Turn, Turn
 
26
Widow Redmon
 
27
Car Crash
 
28
Seeing Things
 
29
Loved Ones
 
30
The Bye Bye Man
 
31
I'm Not Going to Let You Catch It
 
32
Where is Alice
 
33
I Can Save You
 
34
Train Song (feat. Richard Patrick)
 

Soundtracks :

The Bye Bye Man


THE NEWTON BROTHERS BRING THEIR WIDE-RANGING STYLE
TO THE SOUNDTRACK OF THE RIVETING NEW HORROR THRILLER
THE BYE BYE MAN

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Recording Available Now On Sony Classical

What if the cause of all evil is not a matter of what ... but who? – that is the question that haunts The Bye Bye Man, a chilling new horror thriller that is galvanized by an equally chilling musical score by The Newton Brothers. The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack recording of the score, released by Sony Classical, is available now.

From the producer of Oculus and The Strangers, The Bye Bye Man exposes the evil behind the most unspeakable acts committed by man. When three college friends stumble upon the horrific origins of the Bye Bye Man, they discover that there is only one way to avoid his curse: don't think it, don't say it. But once the Bye Bye Man gets inside your head, he takes control. Is there a way to survive his possession?

Composers Andy Grush & Taylor Stewart, working together as The Newton Brothers, bring a distinctive, atmospheric approach to their musical score for The Bye Bye Man.

The Newton Brothers were learning and making music from a young age, educated and inspired by such influences ranging as wide as Puccini operas and John Williams film scores, to albums by Kraftwerk and Nine Inch Nails. Between the two of them, Andy and Taylor play piano, guitar, bass, clarinet, flute, accordion, sax, harmonica, percussion, organ, kazoo and cello. Their "two musical heads" fuse their classical training with a skill and savvy in electronics and manipulated sounds, to contribute distinct music to a diverse spectrum of film projects.

They have added chills to Mike Flanagan's Oculus; emotion to Tony Kaye's acclaimed classroom drama Detachment; tension to Mike Gunther's crime thriller Setup, starring Bruce Willis; and black humor to Pawn Shop Chronicles, starring Paul Walker. The "Newtonian approach" most recently heightened the dark comedy Life of Crime, starring Jennifer Aniston; the action/thriller The Prince, starring Bruce Willis and John Cusack; and reteamed with director Mike Flanagan for Somnia.

Currently in theaters, The Bye Bye Man stars Douglas Smith, Lucien Laviscount, Cressida Bonas, Doug Jones, with Carrie-Anne Moss and Faye Dunaway. Produced by Trevor Macy, Jeffrey Soros and Simon Horsman, the film is directed by Stacy Title, from a screenplay by Jonathan Penner, basedon The Bridge to Body Island by Robert Damon Schneck.  The Bye Bye Man was released by STX Entertainment on Friday the 13th of January 2017.