Melanesian choirs: the blessed islands - Chants from The Thin Red Line 
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 326 MB | MP3 320 Kbps | 124 MB | Complete Scans: 39 MB (400 dpi jpeg)Soundtrack | Label: RCA Victor | Catalog Number: 09026-63470-2 | FileSonic/Fileserve
The soundtrack of the film The Thin Red Line, which consists primarily of long, string-laden pieces, also includes one of the film's mesmerizing chants, which were so popular that a separate recording, Chants From The Thin Red Line, consisting entirely of chants by the Melanesian Brotherhood and the Choir of All Saints, was released in conjunction with the original soundtrack.
These songs and chants were recorded in November 1997 on the South Pacific island of Guadalcanal: those with mixed voices during a choir practice at All Saints Parish, Honiara; those with male voices only during an early morning service of the Melanesian Brotherhood, a community of lay ministers located in Tabalia, on the western end of the island. Their words, with a few exceptions, are in pidgin English, the common language of the Solomon Islands.