Who’s going to see World War Z this weekend? We love Brad Pitt and can’t wait to see it! Here are three classic Soundtracks from our catalog to movies starring the man himself!
MR & MRS SMITH
MR & MRS SMITH Album Download: http://bit.ly/MrMrsSmith
From the film that changed everything for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie starring as husband and wife assassins! A fun mix of inspired songs including a cover of the Guns & Roses song “I Used To Love Her, But I had To Kill Her” by the Voodoo Glow Skulls and a cover of Bon Jovi‘s “You Give Love A Badname” by Atreyu. Also includes timeless classics such as “Tainted Love’ by Softcell, “You’ve Lost The Lovin Feeling” by The Righteous Brothers, “Express Yourself” by Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm band to name just a few. An absolute must have album.
Let’s also not forget the amazing score by John Powell and his classic composition “Assassin’s Tango” which is now a cinema classic!
KILLING THEM SOFTLY
KILLING THEM SOFTLY Album Download: http://bit.ly/KillingThemSoftlySoundtrack
Starring Brad Pitt and James Gandolfini Killing Them Softly was adapted from the book by George V. Higgins, “Cogan’s Trade.” The Dark neo-noir crime drama follows a hitman (Pitt) making the rounds. The album features an amazing mix of timeless and classic songs including “Heroin” by The Velvet Underground, “Moon Dance” by Carl Stone, “Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams” by Nico as well as an incredible cover of Johnny Cash song “The Man Comes Around” by famed guitarist James Wilsey!
BURN AFTER READING
BURN AFTER READING Album Download : http://bit.ly/BurnAfter
A dark comedy by The Cohen Brothers pairs up Brad Pitt with George Clooney, John Malkovich, Frances McDormand and Tilda Swinton. The film features a fantastic score by Carter Burwell.
We’re big fans of Seth Rogen here from Superbad to Pineapple Express to his new film This Is The End (and let’s not forget James Franco!). The Pineapple Express Soundtrack album is a timeless summer classic to get your party started.
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Pineapple Express Soundtrack at iTunes / Amazon
Pineapple Express Soundtrack Album Listing:
01. Pineapple Express – Huey Lewis & The News
02. Electric Avenue – Eddy Grant
03. Dr. Greenthumb – Cypress Hill
04. Lost At Birth – Public Enemy
05. Poison – Bell Biv Devoe
06. Wanted Dread Or Alive – Peter Tosh
07. Don’t Look Around – Mountain
08. Pineapple Chase (aka The Reprise of the Phoenix) – Graeme Revell
09. Bird’s Lament – Moondog & The London Saxophonic
10. Coconut Girl – Brother Nolan
11. Hilawe – Arthur Lyman
12. Tha Crossroads – Bone Thugs & Harmony
13. Pineapple Fight (aka The Nemesis Proclaimed) – Graeme Revell
14. I Didn’t Mean To Hurt You – Spiritualized
15. Woke Up Laughing – Robert Palmer
And you may remember this from Rolling Stone!
Below are two video interviews with Film Composer Cliff Martinez talking about his work on Drive and The Lincoln Lawyer respectively.
DRIVE SOUNDTRACK DOWNLOAD : http://bit.ly/DriveSoundtrack
LINCOLN LAWYER SCORE DOWNLOAD: http://bit.ly/LincolnLawyerScoreAlbum
Quick trivia question… who knows what both Drive and Lincoln Lawyer have in common in addition to scores by Cliff Martinez? We’ll give you a hint, one is music and the other is an actor.
WE ARE LEGION: The Story of the Hacktivists, takes us inside the complex culture and history of Anonymous. The film explores early hacktivist groups like Cult of the Dead Cow and Electronic Disturbance Theater, and then moves to Anonymous’ own raucous and unruly beginnings on the website 4Chan.
Through interviews with current members – some recently returned from prison, others still awaiting trial – as well as writers, academics and major players in various “raids,” WE ARE LEGION traces the collective’s breathtaking evolution from merry pranksters to a full-blown, global movement, one armed with new weapons of civil disobedience for an online world.
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The musical score of We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists was created by music composer and producer John Dragonetti. A co-founding member of the band The Submarines.
“The music is definitely inspiring and moving, whether or not you believe in the causes of the Anonymous movement. The music created for this documentary by John Dragonetti is an example of modern musical composition that is definitely worth taking a listen to.”
Read the Full review at G-Pop.Net:
SOUNDTRACK ALBUM LISTING SCORE BY JOHN DRAGONETTI:
1. You Meet Your Own People, Finally
2. I Lost My iPod
3. New Ship Sailing
4. A Place for Protest
5. Worshipping Pigeons
6. Unbelievable Sense of Betrayal
7. On the Internet Kicking Ass
8. I Made You a Cookie
10. Accessing the Metatruth
12. In the Halls of /b/
13. Address the Grievances of the World
14. Nothing But Destructive
15. Flood the Switchboards
16. Heal the Sick
17. Finish Nail with a Sledgehammer
18. The Swarm
19. Rise of the Chaotic Actor
20. Hornet’s Nest
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We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Summer is here! The Topic Thunder Soundtrack album is a timeless classic for summer fun. Featuring songs from a diverse and respected group of artists including The Crystal Method, CCR, Ten Years After, Ja Net Dubois, Edwin Starr, Enigma and others this album is a ready made mix tape!
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Tropic Thunder Soundtrack at iTunes / Amazon
Tropic Thunder Soundtrack Album Listing:
01. The Name Of The Game (The Crystal Method’s Big A** T.T. Mix) – The Crystal Method
02. Ball Of Confusion (That’s What The World Is Today) – The Temptations
03. Run Through The Jungle – Creedence Clearwater Revival
04. Sadeness, Pt. 1 – Enigma
05. U Can’t Touch This – MC Hammer
06. Ready Set Go – Ben Gidsjoy
07. I Just Want To Celebrate – The Mooney Suzuki
08. I’d Love To Change The World – Ten Years After
09. The Pusher – Steppenwolf
10. Movin’ On Up – Ja’Net DuBois
11. Frankenstein – The Edgar Winter Group
12. Sometimes When We Touch – Dan Hill
13. War – Edwin Starr
14. I Love Tha P***y – Brandon T. Jackson
Ben Stiller, Jack Black and Robert Downey Jr. lead an ensemble cast in “Tropic Thunder,” an action comedy about a group of self-absorbed actors who set out to make the most expensive war film. After ballooning costs force the studio to cancel the movie, the frustrated director refuses to stop shooting, leading his cast into the jungles of Southeast Asia, where they enoucter real bad guys.