If you’re planning on watching Angelina Jolie play a fantasy character bent on revenge in Maleficent, here’s your chance to dose up on more of her movies: Mr. & Mrs. Smith and Wanted are now available for rent on iTunes. Both soundtracks to these films are released by Lakeshore Records and feature a great compilation of artist tracks. Look out for music by Joe Strummer & mescaleros, Soft Cell, Pink Martini, and more on the Mr. & Mrs. Smith soundtrack. A separate score album featuring music by Academy Award-nominated John Powell (Fair Game, Jumper) is a must listen. Wanted is scored by Academy Award-nominated Composer Danny Elfman (Nacho Libre, Corpse Bride). Known for his television score for The Simpsons and numerous movies, Elfman is also notably recognized as the frontman of cult southern California ’80s band, Oingo Boingo.
Wanted (rent it on iTunes) – Co-starring James McAvoy (Penelope, X-Men: First Class) and Morgan Freeman (Feast of Love) is about an unsuspecting average guy (played by McAvoy) who turns out to be the son of a super assassin. Captured by an elite society of assassins, he is paired by the limber and cat-like “Fox”, played by Jolie. Besides memorable, gravity-defying action sequences, the ability for these assassins to arc a bullet with a unique shooting technique is a fun part of this movie. Download The Album: iTunes | Buy CD
Mr. & Mrs. Smith (rent it on iTunes) – Co-starring Brad Pitt (Killing Them Softly, Tree of Life), this movie is about two undercover spies who happen to be married to each other. They eventually discover each other’s occupation through their latest mission.
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We congratulate Brad Pitt for producing this year’s Best Picture Oscar for “12 Years A Slave.” Not a dry eye was in the audience as Best Actress in a Supporting Role winner Lupita Nyong’o gave a humble speech about her experience working on the film. As an actor, Pitt has had a diverse career. Check out these great soundtracks released by Lakeshore Records and keep the celebration going!
Download the soundtracks here:
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
The Tree of Life
Killing Them Softly
Burn After Reading
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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.