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Irréversible a 2002 French experimental psychological art film written and directed by Gaspar Noé. Starring Monica Bellucci, Vincent Cassel, and Albert Dupontel. The film is told in reverse order, with each scene taking place chronologically before the one that precedes it.

Soundtrack[]


Irréversible is the soundtrack album to the film of the same name produced by Thomas Bangalter.

Tracklist[]

All songs composed by Bangalter except where noted.

  1. "Irreversible" – 6:32
  2. "Tempus Edax Rerum" – 1:14
  3. "Symphony n°9 in D Major – Adagio (Excerpt)" (Gustav Mahler) – 1:49
  4. "Rectum" – 6:23
  5. "Night Beats" – 2:17
  6. "Stress" – 6:41
  7. "Paris By Night" – 6:05
  8. "Outrage" – 6:29
  9. "Outrun" – 5:42
  10. "Spinal Scratch" – 6:29
  11. "Extra Dry" – 4:57
  12. "Désaccords" – 3:48
  13. "Ventura / Into the tunnel" – 5:47
  14. "Mon Manège à moi" (Étienne Daho) – 3:51
  15. "Symphony n°7 in A Major Op. 92 (Excerpt)" (Ludwig van Beethoven) – 3:23
  16. "The End" – 1:11

Trivia[]

  • The tracks "Outrun" and "Extra Dry" were featured on the Midnight Club II soundtrack. 
  • North American pressings of the soundtrack omit the Mahler, Daho and Beethoven selections.
  • "Outrun" and "Ventura" were previously released on Bangalter's Trax on da Rocks EP while "Extra Dry" had appeared in Trax on da Rocks Vol. 2.
  • Rectum has a noise frequency of 28 Hz, similar to the noise produced from an earthquake. To this frequency, people were left with nausea and vertigo. This caused people to walk out of the theater due to this.

References[]

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