Posted 08 March 2020 - 07:20 PM
I mean, sorry, albums like that just aren't how film soundtracks work. You need musical themes, instrumental repetitions and motifs that reappear - not ten disparate lyric led songs. It might have been a companion album to the film, but put those songs in a film and you're using them as a primary narrative device with lyrics telling not showing, and music not in service to the dialogue, scenes, cinematography etc. Look at (bad example maybe) Badly Drawn Boy's soundtrack to About A Boy. A couple of lyric songs, mostly instrumental pieces in service to the film. Same with Thom Yorke's Suspiria soundtrack.