in yourrrrrr head, in yourrrrrr head…

Now.

Does anyone know who/what the source of the score is?? — that piece that plays over and over again, sounds familiar but not sure.

3 thoughts on “in yourrrrrr head, in yourrrrrr head…

  1. If you’re talking about the music at the start, it’s the same piece used in 28 days later, which was called In the House-In a Heartbeat. The score is by John Murphy, and according to Wiki, much of the score of the 1st film is edited and based on the song East Hastings by Godspeed You! Black Emperor.

    That’s why the score super power like nobody’s business.

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