Gaspar Noé has worked carefully with music supervisors Steve Bouyer and Pascal Mayer, who previously worked on Gaspar's last film Love, to craft the dance soundtrack from hell. The official soundtrack features 18 popular 80's and 90's dance and electronic music by Cerrone, Patrick Hernandez, M/A/R/R/S Dopplereffekt, NEØN, Suburban Knights, Aphex Twins, Wild Planet, Soft Cell and Giorgio Moroder. Gary Numan's contemporary rendition of Eric Satie's Trois "Gymnopedies (First Movement)" is prominently featured in the opening scene as well Throbbing Gristle's Chris Carter's "Solidit" and CoH's "Mad" which closes the end of the film. Other music that were featured in the film but not on the official soundtrack includes Lil Louis and Daft Punk. Thomas Bangalter, a frequent music collaborator on Gaspar's films such as the controversial Irreversible and Enter the Void, has created an original track for the film called "Sangria". Thibaut Barbillon does the instrumental rendition of the Rolling Stone's classic song "Angie". The soundtrack was released digitally worldwide, along with a CD and Vinyl release by Milan records.
- Daft Punk1:00Lou runs out of her room and passes altercation between Alaia and Jennifer, during which Jennifer's hair is set on fire. Lou confronts Dom with a knife, but the dancers turn on her.
- Aphex Twin1:05Selva has a spastic moment with herself going from the main room to the back hallway as well as the restroom where she splashes herself with water while others randomly dance around in odd spots.
- Giorgio Moroder1:22Gazelle flees from Taylor and stumbles into the central hall where the remaining dancers have truly lost their minds, dancing, writhing on the floor, chanting in unison, having sex with one another, or beating each other up.
Climax (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) • 18 songs
5 Oct 2018
Climax | Official Trailer HD | A24
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