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Review: 'WAY, BROCKER'
'Wild Wild Country OST'   

-  Label: 'Western Vinyl'
-  Genre: 'Soundtrack' -  Release Date: '21st September 2018'

Our Rating:
The widely acclaimed six-part Netflix series 'Wild Wild Country' follows the story of an Oregon town taken over by Indian mystic Baghwan Shree Rajneesh (Osho) and his devotees. The documentary exposes a piece of American history that is largely unknown and, by common consensus, best forgotten.

Brocker Way's accomplished soundtrack features selected tracks of ambient, contemporary electronic and modern classical musical vignettes. These were written by the Los Angeles-based composer to reflect the outlook of each of the show’s interviewees.

There's a stand alone beauty to the fifteen instrumental pieces but they also convey elements of tension which fit in with the more sinister aspects of the Neo-sannyasin cult that the series uncovers.

Brocker's brother Chapman Way is one of Wild Wild Country’s directors but his recruitment should not be dismissed merely as a case of nepotism. The high quality of these atmospheric compositions show that Brocker Way has won this role on his musical merits.

Wild Wild Country soundtrack on Bandcamp
  author: Martin Raybould

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WAY, BROCKER - Wild Wild Country OST