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Lakeshore Records release Timothy Williams's score for I.T. The movie tells the story of Mike Regan. He is a self-made man who has it all: a gorgeous wife, a beautiful teenage daughter and a sleek, state-of-the-art smart home. His company is on the verge of changing the aircraft leasing business forever, when his relationship with Ed Porter, his I.T. consultant, goes bad. Mike soon finds himself in a deadly high-stakes game of cat-and-mouse when Ed starts stalking Mike's daughter and using technology to threaten his family, his business... and his life...
The soundtrack for I.T. opens with the rock track 'Girls Cry Boys Lie' performed by Deveraux. The remaining score is by Timothy Williams. I've enjoyed quite a few of Williams's scores in the past (Red Sky; Walking with the Enemy), and while his work on I.T. is interesting, it's not quite as enjoyable as some of his other work.
The album contains 15 tracks (36 min, 55 sec) which act more as atmospheric music cues than themes in their own right. It's not a bad score by any stretch of the imagination, it's just that it will probably only really appeal to fans of the film. There's not a whole lot here that I'll be adding to my playlists. It's a functional score and nothing more.