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Title - 'The Unborn' (Lakeshore Records)
Artist - Ramin Djawadi

'The Unborn' - a suspense/thriller that stars Gary Oldman and Odette Yustman - features a soundtrack score with lots of high strings and synth percussion laid underneath. Having composed the music for 'Iron Man,' and now reuniting with David S. Goyer after composing 'Blade: Trinity' for him, composer Ramin Djawadi now scores this suspenseful horror film, complete with an ominous muscial cinematic background sound to it.

For me, the highlight of the soundtrack is indeed the first track, which is ironically used over the end credits of the film, but it carries with it the most thematic, structured tone in general.