I'm listening to his score to "The Order" for the first time at the moment, and, as might be expected, it's very cool! First of all, he's working with an orchestra here, and, given that I've always thought Torn had a very orchestral approach to texture with his guitar sounds, the combination of those sounds with a real orchestra is really powerful, and a very organic mix. The bulk of the score sounds like his "Best Laid Plans" disc on ECM from the '80's, or Steve Tibbetts work from the same period, coupled with an orchestra. The last two cuts are more in line with his work as Splattercell. Director Brian Helgeland's liner notes are an unabashed fan letter to Torn, and are a great read. One quote: "David may or may not be a god. At the very least, he was touched by one. Witness the evidence: He likes to say "Dude" a lot and he can be very longwinded. It's hard to believe anyone who can express himself so thoroughly musically could find anything else to say. But he does." It's a great disc.